Phonophoresis is a treatment in which tuning forks are listened to, held next to the body or placed on the body. Each tuning fork has its own unique frequency and healing capacity.
The Pythagorean frequencies are based on the just intervals of a musical scale: the unison, the perfect fourth, the perfect fifth and the octave. These pure tones are usually played as a pair and have a harmonizing effect.
The binaural beats belong to this range as well. By using two tuning forks with a minor difference in pitch (3,5 or 8 hertz), the brain produces a third tone. This rhythmic tone has a beneficiary effect on our brain waves.
Using the Law of the Octave, cosmic rhythms are converted into audible tones: the Cousto Frequencies. The tuning forks have a direct impact on our physical body with this technique.
Tibetan singing bowls
Singing bowls produce a broad spectrum of overtones. These tones, which harmonically relate to the keynote, reach all major organs and glands via the auditory system. They affect the subtle bodies that encircle our physical body.
The harmonic vibrations induce a deep relaxation. Our attention turns inwards, we make contact with our body and the breathing settles.
Singing bowls are placed in and around the body during a session. This is accompanied by a guided visualization or meditation.
The sound bed is a table shaped instrument with a monochord (a string instrument tuned to one note) and a tampura (an Indian lute) attached to the bottom. The whole body is simultaneously brought in vibration. A sound experience that resonates for hours afterwards.
Music is the voice of beauty. It moves us, opens the hart and stimulates the intuition. As a professional musician, Janna Van Mechelen plays various instruments during a session. These include: snare instruments (such as the harp, the koto and the monochord), different flutes and the voice.