Category Archives: Science

#12 The Sound of Spirit



In this episode of Holistically Curious, Teresa and Kim talk about the healing power of sound.  Teresa explains why sound / vibration has such amazing healing potential.  She reveals to us what the Solfeggio scale and Schumann resonances are and how you can utilize these frequencies to improve your health.  Perhaps one day sound therapy will transform how people receive healthcare.


      THE SOUND OF SPIRIT

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Practitioners mentioned in this episode:

Everitt Allen C-IAYT, RYT-500 w/ Sound Therapy of Austin   

Sound Therapy of Austin’s founder, Everitt Allen, is an experienced yoga teacher and sound therapist. He is a 500 ERYT in Hatha, has a Level 2 Kundalini certification, and has studied many sound therapy modalities. Everitt provides sound therapy sessions with healing Tibetan bowls, gongs, and chimes. The sound therapy that Everitt provides is an integrated practice that combines a Shamanic ceremonial setting with an Eastern emphasis on breathing exercises and visualization.  Everitt also offers training in sound therapy.


Mehtab Benton

Mehtab Benton is the founder of one of the largest and most successful yoga centers in the country, is a dedicated yogi who is also an incredibly insightful Vedic astrologer, preeminent gong teacher and successful author of over 100 articles and 11 books including the recently released Gong Yoga: Healing and Enlightenment through Sound.  Mehtab is one of the leading Kundalini Yoga teacher trainers in the United States.


Ian Morris w/ Listening To Smile

Ian Morris is a multi-instrumentalist, artist, and intuitive healer who has been working in the creative arts field for over 15 years. He has developed an intuition-based creative and musical synergy that are the building blocks for the development of Listening to Smile.  Listening to Smile’s focus is to use the power of sound and vibration to target core issues in the physical, mental, emotional and energetic bodies, restoring personal balance and flow into everyday life.  These channeled tones include frequencies based around Solfeggio Harmonics and Schumann resonances woven with Listening to Smile’s proprietary blends of groundbreaking sound technology.  Ian also offers frequency based coaching / wellness services.  To purchase Ian’s music click here.  For more info about his wellness services click here.


 

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#11 The Law of Attraction



In this episode of Holistically Curious, Kim and Teresa talk about the Law of Attraction.  Kim explains what it is and how you can utilize it to change your life.  Is it just woo woo nonsense of is there actual science to back it up?  Listen to find out! 


      THE LAW OF ATTRACTION

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