Whether as prayer, music, song, incantation or chants, sound is a vital force which permeates every aspect of creation. Sound has always been considered a direct link between humanity and the divine. Mystery schools taught their students the use of sound as a creative and healing force. Sound is considered the oldest form of healing. The earliest teachings come from the Greeks, Chinese, East indians, Tibetans, Egyptians, Mayas, Aztecs,  and the American Indians. For Example, Chinese healers used "singing stones" which were thin flat pieces of jade which would emit various musical tones when struck. One of these tones was designated the "kung'" or great tone of nature, which corresponds to F or F-sharp on the musical scale.

Tibetans sounded the word "OM" (OOOOMMMMM) or "HUM" to bring all into balance and peace.

Albert Einstein once said, “Everything is vibration.” On the most fundamental levels, humans and everything else in this world (and universe, for that matter) are made of pure energetic vibrations. 

Presently, Eileen Day McKusick, with over twenty years of practice and scientific research, has developed her own method. I incorporate her methods along with my own. Every session is unique, as is each client. I "tune in" so to speak and receive intel for each client's needs.


Sound balancing locates, clears pain and trauma stored in the human biofield. 

Specific tuning forks are directed or placed on specific areas around or on the body. It allows stagnant energies to be released and  integrated into one's vortex which creates breakthroughs emotionally and physically. The results are so beautiful!

Human Design is the study of our energetic auras - a guide for how we're meant to most powerfully utilize our energy in the world and how we're wired to make decisions, as well as a blueprint highlighting our inherent gifts. It combines wisdom from astrology, Kabbalah, the Hindu-Brahmin chakra system, the I Ching, and quantum physics. Human Design is also known as the Science of Differentiation - highlighting the uniqueness and individuality of each person while also stressing the importance that when we all live into our unique designs, we thrive together collectively.