In this book you will learn: The history and development of Cymatherapy Practical guidance in all aspects of Cymatherapy for students, practitioners and the general public. How to experience Cymatherapy resonance and healing for the mental, physical and subtle energy systems. Cymatherapy techniques for today's most common physical and mental health conditions. About the Author: Chris has been involved in the practice, training and teaching of Cymatherapy(r) for ten years. Five of those years were spent training and working for Dr Peter Guy Manners (early pioneer of Cymatics) at Bretforton Hall Clinic, which has been the centre of Cymatherapy development for over 30 years. Since the retirement of Dr Manners, Chris has continued to work with him and set up Cymatherapy treatment facilities at three clinics across the UK and more recently focused on Cymatherapy lecturing, writing and is in the process of developing new International training programmes. Chris currently holds degrees in Psychology, health studies and Cymatic Medicine, along with post-graduate certificates and diplomas in nutritional medicine, massage, reflexology and counselling. He is a UK member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists (FHT) and the Acupuncture Society, and is currently completing a doctorate programme in Naturopathic Medicine.qThe enamel is a hard, calcium-based outer layer that covers and protects the entire tooth above the gum line. ... The gum surrounds and supports the root of each tooth, which are fixed in place with periodontal ligaments and cementum, ... The main contributing factors leading to tooth enamel erosion and root exposure include tooth decay and damage, gum (periodontal) disease, intensive tooth brushinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Cymatherapy - A Practical Guide for Everyone|
|Publisher||:||Paragon Publishing - 2010-06|