The College of Sound Healing Space
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Research

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Dr Shelley Snow, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada 2011

Healing Through Sound: An Exploration of a Vocal Sound Healing Method in Great Britain

 
 

Current Research Projects Supported by the College

CymaScope Autism and Deafness Research by John Stuart and Annaliese Shanda Reid

 
 
 

John Stuart Reid

Principles of Resonance in the Human Body

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Rediscovering the Art and Science of Sound Healing - Article

The Special Relationship between Sound and Light with Implications for Sound and Light Therapy

CymaPiano

CymaGlyph Demos with John Stuart Reid

The Shape of Sound featuring John Stuart Reid

Cymatics - Insights into the Invisible World of Sound - Jeff Volk

 
 

Sonocytology - The Study of Cellular Sounds

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Signal Discovery

Sonic Eukaryotes: Sonocytology, Cytoplasmic Milieu and the Temps Interieur

 
 

Other Research on Sound and Healing

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Golden Harp

Solving the Mystery of the Cat's Purr

Powerful New Evidence of a Deep Biological Link between Human Music and Speech

Scientists say Nerves use Sound, not Electricity

Music Making May Help Keep Mind in Tune in Old Age

Different Cultures' Music Matches their Speech Styles

 
 

Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health - Singing and Health

The Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health has produced a series of downloadable guides, which offer guidance on setting up and running singing groups for people with a range of enduring health issues.

These are based on previous research, the learning from singing for health projects in the UK, and the practical experience of members of the Sidney De Haan Research Centre in establishing and evaluating community singing projects since 2004.

The guides will also be available as hard copies.
Further information is available on their website.

The guides are:
Singing and Mental Health � Ian Morrison and Stephen Clift
Singing and people with COPD � Ian Morrison and Stephen Clift
Singing and people with Dementia � Trish Vella-Burrows
Singing and people with Parkinson�s � Trish Vella-Burrows and Grenville Hancox

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