Latest Vibroacoustic Therapy News
New research on Fibromyalgia and Alzheimer’s disease
New research on VAT offers hope for Fibromyalgia patients and new avenues of research for sound’s effects on Alzheimer’s disease. Please see the Research page for more details.
Kate Radio Interview
Kate was interviewed about Vibroacoustic Therapy by Rob McConnell on the XZone Radio Broadcast.
VAT Relieves Pain from Heel Spurs
New Research Shows VibroAcoustic Therapy is effective in providing pain relief for clients with heel spurs.
In addition to vibroacoustic therapy, Kate is also a Reiki practitioner, and brings these two new modalities to round out the nutrition counseling, massage therapy and acupuncture currently offered at the clinic.
Call 647-963-1957 for an appointment.
Day, evening and weekend appointments available.
Vibroacoustic Harp Therapy on Television
Kate Kunkel and Vibroacoustic Harp Therapy were recently featured on York Region Living.
Vibroacoustic Therapy changes life of chronically ill client
In this case study published in the Fall 2012 issue of The Harp Therapy Journal, Kate Kunkel reveals how vibroacoustic therapy changed the life of a client who had been suffering from trigeminal neuralgia for more than 5 years. Read this amazing story Here.
Kate on Daytime TV
Kate Kunkel appeared on Daytime TV in Richmond Hill, Ontario, to demonstrate Vibroacoustic Therapy. Hosts Elaine Yim Spencer and Jeff Moore thoroughly enjoyed the experience!
Whether being used to reduce pain and stress, lower blood pressure, increase circulation, or to treat more serious conditions like Parkinson’s Disease or neuralgia, vibroacoustic therapy is a pleasant, effective treatment with no side effects.
Kate on the radio
A New research centre at the University of Toronto investigates the curative power of music and vibroacoustic therapy
Reference: Universtity of Toronto magazine Summer 2012
Research at the new Music and Health Research Collaboratory at the University of Toronto has shown that vibroacoustic therapy is beneficial to patients with Parkinson’s Disease.
Reference: Good vibrations
A Blogger relates her experience with Vibroacoustics in Toronto
“With just about every note, the bed beneath me vibrated as though I were at a rock concert, lying on top of a gigantic speaker that was wrapped in a really thick duvet. In a word? Awesome!”