What are the top 20 alternatives you may want to incorporate into your health regimen? Hear Cancer researcher and Health Advocate, Ty Bollinger at the Cymatics Conference.
Nov 6-8, 2015 in Atlanta, GA
As part of the opening day at the 2015 Cymatics Conference activities, national health advocate, author and dynamic presenter, Ty Bollinger will provide a lecture on alternative healing techniques for those suffering from catastrophic illness. ISTA—the International Sound Therapy Association has invited Mr. Bollinger to speak following the morning of the “Stress Free Living Clinic,” where both modern technology and ancient healing techniques are to be offered for free to the first 60 conference participants.
A prolific author, Mr. Bollinger has most recently produced a documentary which had more than one million viewers, entitled, “A Quest for the Cure,” where he explored what others from around the world were saying about their approaches to alternative or complementary healing. An engaging speaker, he has inspired thousands to broaden their knowledge about the choices available to us as we look at the exciting new future of healthcare. His books and dvd’s will be available. An excellent way to launch the conference his lecture will be the beginning of a whole weekend of sound healing education and enlightenment. Other pioneers in the field of sound therapy will inspire the audience through the visual, performing and healing arts throughout the weekend’s activities at the Academy of Medicine in Atlanta, GA.
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November 5-8, 2015, Atlanta, GA www.CymaticsConference.com
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 and nurse (she runs a cardiac catheterization clinic in New Jersey) will both perform live (Friday night) and lecture on Vibraacoutic Harp Therapy on Saturday’s program (http://www.vibroacousticharp.com/).
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