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Biofield Tuning

I am one of the first Biofield Tuning practitioners in Europe and believe that I have found a very effective therapy to help many people. Biofield tuning is a simple, efficient and non-invasive therapy that can produce powerful outcomes. It uses sound waves produced by tuning forks in the biomagnetic field, or biofield, that surrounds the human body to induce deep targeted relaxation. The method was developed by researcher and practitioner Eileen McCusick and is based on her 20 years of clinical inquiry into the Biofield Anatomy. 

Biofield Tuning sessions can be experienced in person or at a distance.


Conditions that may be improved by Biofield Tuning

  • Pain

  • Anxiety

  • Adrenal stress

  • Digestive issues

  • Menstrual issues

  • Depression

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Addiction

  • Fear/phobias

  • Panic attacks

  • Vertigo

  • PTSD

  • Migraines/headaches

  • Restless leg syndrome

  • “Stuckness”

  • And much more…

Please note that these claims are based solely on anecdotal evidence—Eileen McCusick's observations and those of her clients over 20 years of clinical practice. Please also note that Biofield Tuning is not intended to be used to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any medical problem or psychological disorder nor is Biofield Tuning a substitute for seeking professional health care advice and services.  I perform an assessment and balancing of the body’s energy matrix, supporting the body in healing itself.  Please refer to my Disclaimer for further disclosures.


How it appears to work

According to the physics principles of resonance and entrainment the sound produced by the tuning forks will resonate with whatever distortion or dysfunction is present in the body and its field, and then, through the production of a stronger, more coherent frequency, they entrain the body into a more coherent expression as well.

Most of us have experienced feeling a "bad vibe" when with someone and as everything in the body is in motion, and everything in motion produces pressure waves into the surrounding environment, it makes sense that there is actually an acoustic field of inaudible sound around each individual. 

Tuning forks produce overtones and undertones which interface, like sonar with the acoustic waves that are coming off the body. The tuning fork almost acts as a decoder and allows the therapist to locate areas of noise in the signal. These pockets of "noise " could be described as being like nodes or eddies  sitting in the standing waves within the biofield. It appears that these areas of distortion may relate to experiences of physical, mental or emotional stress from any point in our lifetimes.

These dissonant sound waves may relate to a dysfunctional system and can be located in the field, then through application of sound for a period of time in this space – which may be as far as five or more feet away from the body –the body may have the ability to self-regulate out of the noise and into a more harmonious expression. Through working with clients on a regular basis I have witnessed that using this targeted sonic-induced relaxation there can be profound outcomes with a reduction in anxiety, discomfort, and other distresses right on the table and further improvements and other benefits unfolding in the days following a session. Depending on thie individual results can be both short term as well as long term and even permanent. Multiple sessions give a cumulative effect and a minimum of three sessions is generally recommended but not required.

Why Sound

Sound as a form of healing has been used by every culture on every continent for many thousands of years, it is the original healing method. The Tibetans and Nepalese cultures use bells, gongs, voice and singing bowls, Australian Aborigines the didgeridoo,  the Native Americans use rattles and drums and all these types of sound healing bring people from distressed states to relaxed, aware presence.

We do not just perceive sound through our ears, but we experience and sense it through our entire bodies and all the water in us conduct sound waves. Our cell membranes have little anntanas that vibrate like tuning forks in response to the vibrational information in our environments.

Sound is used in the medical profession where they use ultrasound for scans, healing bones, tendons and ligaments as well as to break up kidney stones. We have all experienced how music affects our moods, contrasting with loud noisy environments to the gentle birdsong in a woodland.The body responds to sound.




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Session - £33

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This website and the information herein is not intended as a diagnosis or claim to cure, and further more is in no way a substitution for seeking the correct medical advice from a doctor. If you are on medication or pregnant you should discuss any of your medical concerns with your doctor, failure of which and illnesses arising from the aforementioned will not be the responsibility of the author.


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