Eileen McKusick

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Eileen McKusick

Eileen McKusick, MA

Eileen McKusick is a researcher, writer, educator and practitioner who has been studying the effects of audible sound on the human body since 1996. She is the originator of Sound Balancing, a unique therapeutic method utilizing tuning forks, which she teaches and practices in Johnson, Vermont.

Eileen has a MA in Integrative Education and a BS in Wellness and Alternative Medicine. She has trained and worked as a massage therapist, yoga instructor, sound healer and wellness educator, and is currently at work on turning her award winning master's thesis, Exploring the Effects of Audible Sound on the Body and its Biofield into a book. Learn more on Eileen McKusick's web site.

Articles by Eileen McKusick

The Therapeutic Use of Sound in Alternative and Conventional Medicine

Sound waves help to normalize imbalances and synchronize the cell's frequency back to its natural healthy state of vibrational resonance. Sound is a medium that is increasingly being used in both alternative and conventional medicine – through the use of both audible and inaudible frequencies. This article looks at studies, technologies, and methods of sound application.