Sound as Movement
Sound has cultivated special sensory experiences throughout the span of human history. From caves to cathedrals to modern day spatial sound systems, sound has played a crucial role in expanding the understanding of what it meant to be alive. Today, sound is being re-thought and re-discovered in the fields of science and medicine. We are standing on the precipice of a new type of exchange of information and learning; where science, medicine, and art converge. As we look to lifestyle, health and wellness, and preventative modalities to enhance our world, sound has a crucial role to play.
Vibration is at the heart of life, with science and other modalities displaying how everything is always in constant motion.