Spreading Good Vibrations

What is Vibroacoustic Therapy

Vibro acoustic Music Therapy is using music, low tones and embedded frequencies to assist in bringing the body into a state of healthy resonance.

Watch this short video as Regina explains this amazing therapy.

For the more scientific approach, Click Here to download a research pdf on Vibroacoustic Therapy.

Science has proven that everything is made of energy. If you look at something in a microscope and break it down, you see particles and using a powerful microscope lens, what you end up with is energy and that energy has a vibration. Our body also has a vibration. Within our bodies, every part (organs, cells, etc) of our body vibrates at its own frequency.

Our bodies are composed mainly of water; this water is set into motion when the body is exposed to sound vibrations, whether these vibrations are positive or not so positive, especially when sound therapy is administered directly on the body or through a subwolfer (See How to Use our Products). As the water in our body is moved by the vibration, molecules are reacting and communicating with each other.

With Vibroacoustic Sound Therapy specific frequencies are used to obtain a specific effect. Pure frequencies are often not easy to listen to, so we embed specific frequencies into music that are laid under music which in turn is called, Vibroacoustic music. We do this using the BZtronics Rife Sound Generator.

As this communication occurs, harmony and a healthy resonance are restored in the body.

Many years of research has been done on Vibroacoustics.

Olav Skille of Norway has shown that low frequencies can be utilized with success to treat conditions ranging from circulatory problems to asthma.

Dr. Suzanne Jonas has shown that frequencies have a tremendous positive impact on patients with Parkinson’s Disease.

We, ourselves, have done rigorous testing on various subjects with MANY positive results. Adults and children with ADHD, PTSD, Heart Health, Stomach Issues, Kidney Infections, and for patients as they recover from surgeries, undergo cancer treatments, or deal with emotional issues.

Read our article: How Vibroacoustic Therapy can Benefit you.