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Vibroacoustic Therapy

"If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of
energy, frequency,  and vibration."
-Nikola Tesla

Vibroacoustic Therapy (VAT) is a safe, drug-free, non-invasive approach to reducing pain, anxiety, and improving quality of life.  Whether you are suffering from stress overload or dealing with a serious medical condition, vibroacoustic therapy is a powerful modality that will help you to relax and allow healing to take place.

During the vibroacoustic therapy session, clients lay down on a specially designed table that produces sound frequencies that gently travel through the body in pulses and waves. As these sound waves penetrate deeply into the body and at the cellular level, you will feel a deep relaxation and a "rinsing" of inner organs, muscsarales and tissue. The sound waves will move through you and gentle cleansing vibrations will soothe your entire being from within. 

After the session, your body and mind will be refreshed and recharged. The mind-body connection will be integrated and restored to its natural harmony. Clients report feeling greater energy, calmness, peace of mind, well being, and balance.

How does vibroacoustic therapy work?

All matter in life is constantly vibrating, and that includes the human body. Vibroacoustic therapy has been clinically studied and shown that specific sound frequencies applied to the body can provide postive effects and relief for an extensive range of physical ailments and mental health conditions.

Different music programs and frequencies have been designed for maximum relaxation to target relief for a range of issues including symptoms related to-

-neck/shoulder pain 
-autism symptoms
-menstrual pain
-lung secretions, respiratory relief, asthma, 
-blood pressure
-post stroke
-Alzheimer’s/dementia symptoms
-multiple sclerosis 
-rheumatoid arthritis
-and many more ...

How much does vibroacoustic therapy cost?

Your first time is only $25 for a half hour intro session!

30 minute sessions are $40 ----- 3 pack $100/5 pack $150/10 pack $250
45 minute sessions are $50 ----- 3 pack $130/5 pack $200/10 pack $350
60 minute sessions are $60 ----- 3 pack $160/5 pack $250/10 pack $450

Add red light therapy and infrared heat to any session for $15 each or to any package for an additional $30/$50/$100 on 3packs/5packs/10packs

*Get a free session when you post a review*

Who should not use vibroacoustic therapy?

-Individuals with Pacemakers
-People with very low blood pressure 
-People with a DVT, bleeding disorder, or recent surgery
-Individuals who have had a recent psychotic episode

Scientific Studies and References:

Vibroacoustic Therapy and Development of a New Device: A Pilot Study in the Health Resort Environment. E. Rüütel, I. Vinkel, M. Laanetu (2018)
The Effect of Low-Frequency Sound Stimulation on Patients with Fibromyalgia: A Clinical Study. Naghdi, L., Ahonen, H., Macario, P., Bartel, L.
Effects of Vibroacoustic Music on Challenging Behaviors in Individuals with Autism and Developmental Disabilities. Lundqvist, L.-O., Andersson, G., Viding, J.
Short-Term Effects of Vibration Therapy on Motor Impairments in Parkinson's Disease. King, L.K., Almeida, Q.J., Ahonen, H.
Fibromyalgia Tender Point Pain: A Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Pilot Study of Music Vibration Using the Music Vibration Table. Chesky, K., Russell, I. J., Lopez, Y., Kondraske, G.
Effects of Vibrotactile Stimulation on the Control of Muscle Tone and Movement Facilitation in Children with Cerebral Injury. Katusić, A., Mejaski-Bosnjak V.
A Comprehensive Guide to Music Therapy (pt 3.6, lk 139-143). Wigram, T., Pedersen, I. N., Bonde, L. O. (2002)
The Psychophysiological Effects of Music and Vibroacoustic Stimulation. Rüütel, E.
Contemporary Vibroacoustic Therapy: Perspectives on Clinical Practice, Research, and Training. Punkanen, M., Ala-Ruona, E.
Low-frequency Vibratory Sound Induces Neurite Outgrowth in PC12M3 Cells in Which Nerve Growth Factor-Induced Neurite Outgrowth is Impaired. Koike, Y., Iwamoto, S., Kimata, Y., Nohno, T., Hiragami, F., Kawamura, K., Numata, K., Murai, H., Okisima, K., Iwata, M. and Kano, Y. (2004)
The Effects of Vibroacoustic Therapy on Clinical and Non-Clinical Populations. Wigram, A. L. (1996)
Effects of Physical and Vibroacoustic Therapy in Chronic Pain in Juvenile Arthritis. Ailioaie L. M., Ailioaie, C., Ancuta, C., Chirieac, R. (2011)
Vibroacoustic Sound Therapy Improves Pain Management and More. Chris Boyd-Brewer, C., McCaffrey, R. (2004)
Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Vibroacoustic Therapy Treatment of Patients with So-Called "Heel Spur". A Preliminary Report. Łukasiak, A., Krystosiak M., Widłak P., Woldańska-Okońska M. (2013)
Study on Release Sleep Disturbance with Vibroacoustic Therapy. Jing, K., Wei, L., Biao, H., et al (2006)
Neurophysiological Responses to Music and Vibroacoustic Stimuli in Rett Syndrome. Bergström-Isacsson, M., Lagerkvist B., Holck, U., Gold, C. (2014)
Effects of a Low-Frequency Sound Wave Therapy Programme on Functional Capacity, Blood Circulation and Bone Metabolism in Frail Old Men and Women. Zheng, A., Sakari, R. Cheng, S.M., Hietikko, A., Moilanen, P., Timonen, J., Fagerlund, K.M., Kärkkäinen, M., Alèn, M., Cheng, S. (2009)
Effects of Vibroacoustic Therapy on Elderly Nursing Home Residents with Depression. Koike, Y., Hoshitani, M., Tabata, Y., Seki, K., Nishimura, R., Kano, Y.. (2012)
Application of Vibroacoustic Therapy in the Nursing Care of Postoperative Pain Relief in Patients with Laryngeal Cancer. Zhang, Y., Xi A, H., Xue, G.. (2005)
The effect of 30 Hz vs. 50 Hz passive vibration and duration of vibration on skin blood flow in the arm. Maloney-Hinds, C., Petrofsky, J.S., Zimmerman, G. (2008)
Sociocultural Context of Body Dissatisfaction and Possibilities of Vibroacoustic Therapy in Diminishing Body Dissatisfaction. Rüütel, E. (2004)
 Vibration Improves Angiogenesis and Wound Healing in Diabetic Mice. Weinheimer-Haus, E. M., Judex, S., Ennis, W. J., Koh, T. J.. (2014)
 Therapy – Research at Tallinn University. Rüütel, E., Vinkel, I. (2011)


The vibroacoustic therapy table is not intended to be a medical device. It is a digital audio playback system which produces sound that can 
that can be used in any way that the client wants. Always consult your physician before exposing yourself to new sound sources and audio playback systems and inform them if you are sensitive to sound or vibrations. This is especially important if you have any medical condition which would be affected by such an experience.

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Information listed on this page and links to other websites, namely clinical and scientific studies, including information relating to medical and health conditions, treatments and services that may be provided should not be considered as a substitute for advice from a licensed medical professional. This page does not recommend the self-management of any health issues whatsoever. Contact your doctor or a healthcare professional immediately if you have any health related questions regarding your ability to use services. At no point in time should you ignore medical advice or postpone medical treatment based upon any information contained on this page.

Again, the services contained on this page are not intended to be utilized in the diagnosis or treatment of any health issues,conditions, diseases or otherwise. They are not a substitute for the prescription of medication or any other recommended medical treatment. Always consult a doctor or other licensed medical professional prior to beginning any types of new therapies, including those designed for relaxation, such as vibroacoustic therapy.

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