Nearly a century ago, Katharina Schroth (who had worn a steel brace as a teenager to straighten her spine) developed exercises to treat scoliosis. She discovered by assessing the back in 3dimensions, practicing deep breathing, strengthening weak muscles & training herself to reposition her shoulders, hips and torso, she stood straighter & expanded her lung [...]
Lindenthal 3 Juli, 2013 Students are creating a barefoot adventure path for a community daycare center. A project group of pupils at the Archbishop vocational colleges "Kriehler Cathedral" is planning a barefoot adventure path for the SCM family daycare center at Neubrueken Strasse. The budding social workers, consulting with Randy Eady, an affiliate of Generations [...]
In the article Randy Eady, a master-level instructor of bio-resonance and Targeted Vibro-acoustic applications (TvA), was making a case for sound as a tool for healing chronic and degenerative illnesses. And while many types of sound can relax and sooth the mind and body, Eady spoke specifically about sounds found in nature.
It is challenging to fully showcase Randy and all he does, so this piece will focus on sessions offered Parkinson’s and other (symptomatically) related neurological conditions and the treatments offered at his center and at the Summit. The following are excerpts from a recently conducted interview:
I must tell you about a foot whisperer experiment I carried out today after listening to the foot whisperer Randy Eady on your radio show. I knew the hands and feet mapped onto large areas of the brain but had no idea that this was such a dynamic mapping.
In the Vedic tradition of India, pure sound gave birth to the universe. Scholars claim that sacred chants are rich in high frequency sounds like harmonics or overtones, mathematically convertible to corresponding dimensional scales and charged with healing potential.
What might best contribute to a healing environment? The answer is complex, in part because it can vary, based on culture and personal preferences. But current research strongly supports a number of physical and organizational aspects of health and wellness that facilities can support.