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vibroacoustic therapy

therapy OVERVIEW

Vibroacoustic therapy is a new sound technology that uses audible sound vibrations to reduce symptoms, invoke relaxation, and alleviate stress. This technology is developed based on the recognition that external vibration can influence body function. Research demonstrates the effectiveness of vibroacoustic therapy.


Why would you do vibroacoustic therapy?  Vibroacoustic Therapy, or VAT, is essentially a deep tissue low-frequency sound massage using audio waves in the range of 30Hz-120 Hz that are being transmitted to the body by embedded transducers in the bed. The sound gently permeates the cells allowing massage from inside as well as out.



Who is vibroacoustic therapy recommended for?  Vibroacoustic sound therapy is recommended for all customers regardless of age.


How often should you vibroacoustic therapy?  We recommend vibroacoustic therapy everyday or as often as possible.



What are the benefits?  Vibroacoustic sound therapy can re-tune your body, mind and spirit, encouraging relaxation, healing and wellness. This combination of tones and vibrations that produce a state of tranquility and act as a massage for the nervous system.



What are the results of vibroacoustic therapy?  Biomedical researchers have found that music is a highly structured auditory language involving complex perception, cognition, and motor control in the brain, and thus it can effectively be used to retrain and reeducate the injured brain.  The lowest recognized solfeggio frequency is 174 Hz, also known as the healing frequency. It has the greatest impact on the body and physical health, rather than spiritual or mental health.



 What does this help to improve?  What is the significance of the number 963 as the God frequency? 963 Hz, or the Frequency of the Gods, is a frequency that is commonly referred to as a pineal gland activator. It aids in the removal of brain fog and the improvement of clarity in our thought process.


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