Sound is a powerful energy and has been documented as such in many ancient civilisations.
SOUND is a vibration that travels through air, water and solids and consequently through the human body. As a therapeutic tool and as a method to unlock human potential, sound can profoundly and unprecedentedly change neurochemistry and neurobiology. It is produced by every substance and is a fundamental part of the survival of every species, because our brains are wired to respond immediately to sound.
Although we are a modern civilisation, our understanding and use of sound is still primitive. Engage in the purposeful and thoughtful use of sound to enhance and strengthen your life. There is a hidden power in sound that we are only beginning to discover. You will be amazed at the power of sound to move energy in the body and mind, resulting in immediate physical and psychological progress.
VIBROACOUSTIC THERAPY (VAT)
The therapy itself uses sound vibrations to stimulate the body and promote relaxation, pain relief and other therapeutic benefits. It involves the use of a special device (a vest) equipped with transducers that produce low-frequency vibrations that are transmitted through the body. During the therapy, the transducers are activated and produce a gentle and rhythmic vibration that is felt throughout the body. The sound waves produced by the device can be customised to target specific parts of the body such as the back, neck or legs, and the intensity and frequency can be adjusted to suit the needs of the individual.
Vibroacoustic therapy is used to treat a variety of conditions such as chronic pain, fibromyalgia, anxiety, depression, insomnia and stress-related disorders. The therapy is thought to work by stimulating the body’s nervous system and promoting relaxation and stress reduction, which can help to alleviate pain, improve mood and overall well-being.
The therapy has been shown to have a range of benefits such as reducing pain, improving sleep quality, reducing anxiety and depression, and improving mood and emotional well-being. In addition, the therapy is non-invasive and has no known side effects, making it a safe and effective complement to traditional treatments. Vibroacoustic therapy is often used in conjunction with other therapies such as massage, acupuncture and meditation to enhance their therapeutic effects.
If the person is using any electronic stimulators – defibrillator (pacemaker or insulin pump…
VAT is not recommended:
Pregnant women with a risk pregnancy
Pregnant women can have their lower belt unbuckled and choose for themselves which tactile vibrator suits their ‘sub-tenant’.
Epileptics unless the programme is tailored to them.
People undergoing chemotherapy, or other aggressive therapies.
Do not underestimate the sound. Less is more – don’t overdo it!