Vibrational Therapy Atlanta GA

Vibrational therapy is also called vibrational medicine or energy medicine. See below to find local providers of vibrational therapy in Atlanta that give access to vibrational remedies such as crystals, gemstones, light therapy, color therapy, music therapy, and sound therapy, as well as advice and content on vibrational healing massage therapy.

Pam Craig
(770) 714-6350
285 Centennial Olympic Pk. Dr. NW+ ste. #1807
Atlanta, GA
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International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy (IACT)

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Tanya Edwards-Molinelli
(404) 545-6954
566 Montgomerey Ferry Rd.
Atlanta, GA
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International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy (IACT)

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Tasha Roberts
(404) 946-8552
559 Flat Shoals Ave.
Atlanta, GA
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International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy (IACT)

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Celia Lapovsky
(770) 984-2332
1 Galleria Pkwy- Ste #1-D7
Atlanta, GA
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International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy (IACT)

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Alma Bolden
(770) 859-0307
1830 Water Place+ #295
Atlanta, GA
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International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy (IACT)

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Felecia Dawson
(404) 733-6334
One Baltimore Place+ Suite 350
Atlanta, GA
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American Holistic Medical Association (AHMA)

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David Schuster
(404) 712-4859
1364 Clifton Road
Atlanta, GA
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American Holistic Medical Association (AHMA)

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James Jeffery Berryhill
(404) 373-7000
Decatur, GA
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American Holistic Health Association (AHHA)

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Delinia Weaver
(770) 933-0213
1830 Water Place+ SE+ Ste. #295
Atlanta, GA
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International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy (IACT)

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Juaquita Callaway
(678) 205-0405
2785 Lawrenceville Highway+ Suite 107
Decatur, GA
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American Holistic Medical Association (AHMA)

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Vibrational Therapy

Vibrational Therapy

While singing, chanting, drums, and other instruments have been used for a millennia to effect vibrational healing, a 21st century renaissance of vibrational therapy is breathing new energy into this ancient form of medicine. Various dynamic vibrational modalities are transforming spa culture, professional athletics, health clubs, and everyday life by moving our subtle physical and emotional energies in relaxing, healthy patterns to achieve a more balanced state.

Part of the reason why so many different groups are tapping the healing benefits of vibes is because scientific research suggests that although we are material beings, the water, cells, muscles, bones, and organs in our bodies are also forms of vibrating energy that can be positively or negatively conditioned by external vibrations. If you think that this sounds too far-fetched to believe, consider that vibrational therapy has long been used by NASA to increase bone density in astronauts who develop osteoporosis in gravity-free outer space.

"Sounds and their resultant waves, along with vibratory movements that positively affect the body and mind, comprise a major form of vibrational energy as well as various vibrational therapies" says Erich Worster, owner of the Healing Arts Spa on Green Street in Gainesville, Georgia. For example, guests who experience the Healing Arts Spa on Green Street's BioEnergetic Facial are propped up on a foam pillow containing sound transducers that change the audio impulses into physical vibrations, which gently resonate within the body from the neck all the way down to the lower back.

"Because sound travels through your body at a different rate of speed than through the air, your brain hears the sound twice" Worster explains. This increased brain activity has been the subject of several intriguing studies related to brain function and possible benefits to people with problems such as anxiety, depression, and autism.

"Vibrational therapies may remedy various mind/body conditions because organs, bones, and other parts of our bodies vibrate at specific frequencies" says Suzannah Long of SoSound Solutions, which designs and manufactures the Wedge as well as several other pieces of vibrational therapy furniture (www.sosoundsolutions.com). Amy McDonald, spa director at El Monte Sagrado Living Resort and Spa in Taos, New Mexico, agrees. "It's a medical fact that certain vibrations can cause the brain and heart to entrain or synchronize. This synchronization helps relax mind and body, stimulates immunity, and helps promote other positive functions." McDonald is so convinced of the healing powers of vibrations that she put a two-hour,

in-room Sound and Vibrational Therapy treatment on El Monte Sagrado's spa menu.

While spas such as the Omni Interlocken in Broomfield, Colorado, offer guests the vibrational SoSound Lounge Chair to relax the mind/body, improve flexibility, and bone density while healing injuries and increasin...

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