“Sound healing should be an artistic synthesis of beauty, harmony and inspiration. Sound healing is an expression of love. The soul must be nourished and given hope for the body to heal.” – Fabien Maman
Tama-Do sound therapy is based on decades of sound healing research and practical application. From this work comes the framework of a subtle structure that shows linkages between sound and DNA, acupuncture meridians, organs, chakras and energy fields. Kirlian photography has shown the changes in the energetic fields of human cells when exposed to different sound frequencies. Research also shows that each cell has its own “fundamental note”.
For a variety of reasons, blockages occur in our energy fields and can lead to physical imbalance. Physicist Joel Sternheimer found that the molecules of a defective organic structure did not vibrate but will resume once their “fundamental notes” are heard. It was found that colour, sound and movement effectively dissolve the blockages, clearing the energy fields.
Sound therapy is known to provide a non-invasive and natural support for many physical conditions, ranging from arthritis and sports injuries to behavioural difficulties and speech problems.
From 3 – 6 October, Tama-Do practitioner Shervin Boloorian is available for sound therapy sessions. Shervin is trained in a variety of Tama-Do Vibrational Therapies and
1 on 1 Sound Therapy
Dates: Tuesday to Saturday, 3 – 6 October 2012
Facilitator: Shervin Boloorian
Fees: $150 for a 90-minute session
email Antoinette at Antoinette.Biehlmeier@GalleryHelios.com to book a session with Shervin.
Shervin Boloorian is a certified sound therapy practitioner and graduate of Fabien Maman’s Tama-Do “Way of the Soul” Academy. Tama-Do is a program of non-invasive vibrational therapies using sound, color and movement to nourish the human energy system and aid the body in the recovery of its own balance in health.
Trained in a series of techniques, including tuning fork on acupuncture point therapy, musical spine and acoustic sound harmonization, Shervin supports each individual’s “inner calling”. He does this “to release tension and provide the inspiration to positively engage with community, communicate with coworkers, and reintegrate with loved ones.”