Five Female Pioneers in the Field of Cymatics at the Cymatics Conference
Nov 6-8, 2015 in Atlanta, GA
Five great female voices in Cymatics will present on the Historic Academy of Medicine stage as part of the 2015 Cymatics Conference, November 5-8, in Atlanta, GA.
Each of the five women use sound as healing in the performing, visual arts or healing arts.
Sarajane Williams—Harpist, licensed psychologist and former nurse, will both perform live (Friday night) and lecture on Vibroacoustic Harp Therapy during Saturday’s program (http://www.vibroacousticharp.com/). See more at www.CymaticsConference.com
Joining her, also using the harp as a healing instrument, will be Ms. Sue Raimond. Ms. Raimond is known for her compassionate work with animals and is considered to be an expert in the field of cyto-cymatics and vibroacoustics pertaining to the effects of harp music. She has created many CD’s that are being used in the world today for changing animal behaviors and dealing with their specific fears.
Another addition during Saturday’s presentations will be Ms. Jodina Meehan, a cymatic visual artist. Ms. Meehan has created commissions based on the images of sound, for National Geographic and also the performing group, Cirque Du Soleil. Living in southern Vermont, she has invented six different cymatic devices to make sound visible and continues to help many others in their studies in this new field.
Kate Holland, performing and healing artist—dancer, choreographer, yoga teacher and sound therapy practitioner. In her charitable works, Kate creates and organizes programs for veterans combining yoga and sound therapy.
Mandara Cromwell is the Founder and Board Chair for ISTA (The International Sound Therapy Association), producer of Cymatics~The Science of Sound and Vibrational Healing Annual Conference, CEO and President of Cyma Technologies, Inc., and 2013 Nominee for the Thomas Edison Award for Innovation in the fields of Science and Medicine.
Howard Levy—Multiple Grammy Award Winner heard regularly on PRAIRIE HOME COMPANION (www.levyland.com/).
John Stuart Reid—Acoustic physics researcher, inventor of the Cymascope, an instrument that makes sound visible (http://www.cymascope.com/).
Gabriel Kelemen—Professor of Art History & Design at West University, Timisoara, Romania
Kate Holland—Atlanta choreographer, yoga teacher and sound therapist, premiering “Dreaming Paradise” who has groundbreaking work with war veterans and Alzheimer’s patients.
Sue Raimond—Harpist, author, filmmaker provides music to soothe our four-legged and winged friends (http://petpause2000.com/).
Sarajane Williams—Harpist, licensed psychologist and former nurse, will both perform live (Friday night) and lecture on Vibroacoustic Harp Therapy during Saturday’s program (http://www.vibroacousticharp.com/). See more at www.CymaticsConference.com.
See more at www.CymaticsConference.com