from: Jeff Volk
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Tuning Up With CymaTherapy: A Sound Basis for Wellbeing

Announcing a very special program on Cymatics and Sound Therapy
Sunday, Dec. 2nd  •  1:00 – 5:00 P.M.
The Graduate Institute, in Bethany, CT  (New Haven area)

After creating an award-winning video on sound healing in 1992, Jeff Volk produced the International Sound Colloquium for the next six years. These were the first “Sound Healing” Conferences, and they helped to shape, nurture and define this newly developing field. Twenty years later, the interest continues to grow, so he has revived the spirit of these seminal sound events to gather a select few esteemed and experienced colleagues for an afternoon that is certain to be informative and inspiring, focused yet diverse, dynamic, and deeply engaging.

Jeff will open the program with a brief overview of Cymatics, explaining how this science of vibration and sonic forms laid much of the conceptual groundwork for the development of sound therapies. Mandara Cromwell, producer of the annual Cymatics Conference and founder of Cyma Technologies, will offer an in-depth presentation of Cymatherapy, describing the theory and the science behind their precision therapeutic instruments. This will be further elaborated upon by Wendy Young, founder and director of the Princeton Sound School, co-director of the Sound and Music Institute, in NYC, and music teacher at Princeton University. Wendy is a Cyma practitioner so her presentation will focus on the clinical aspects of Cymatherapy and she will offer attendees an opportunity to experience the two newest Cymatic instruments, the AMI 1000 and the AMI 750. In addition, Maren Good and her partner, Michael Ungar will provide a rich, sonic tapestry with tuning forks and with their Acutonics gongs which are therapeutic instruments tuned to the frequencies of celestial bodies. This promises to be a very rich, dynamic and experiential afternoon, and at the incredible price of just $30, we expect the event to fill quickly!

Pre-registration by November 18th is strongly suggested, as this event is very likely to sell out! You may send a check to Shari Specland c/o P.O. Box 121, Winsted CT 06098, or you may use PayPal by emailing your payment to jeffvolk@rcn.com. Please be sure to notate TGI Pre-Reg. when you register. If you wish to pay by MC or Visa, please email your name and phone number c/o the same address and we’ll get back to you. Thanks, and we’ll look forward to seeing you there!
 

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