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Thank you for your interest in Vibrational Tuning sessions. I encourage you to approach those Sound Therapy methods with curiosity.  

The following information is provided so that you can make the best decision for your well-being. Please note, that there are no extensive studies or research on these circumstances. This information is based on experiences acquired through many sessions with practitioners. 



Pacemaker or other implanted medical devices
Bowls and tuning forks may interfere with the electrical functioning of these devices due to the added vibrational input.

No reports of ill effects have been associated with newer pacemakers. Proceed with caution, careful observation, and the advice of your medical professional.

Electrical medical implants also include, but are not limited to Medtronic pumps and neural implants.

Metal implants
Direct pressure with weighted forks or bowls on these areas may cause discomfort. In these circumstances, consider gentle use of the tuning forks and bowls until you gain a sense of how your body responds.


Implants include, but are not limited to: metal rods, screws and plates.

Recent concussions
When the brain is swollen, it takes time for inflammation to resolve. Suggestion is to wait at least 3 months after a significant injury for the brain to heal before receiving tuning forks or singing bowls session on or around the head.

The rest of the body can receive gentle tuning shortly after injury occurs.

Each case is different – with mild concussions, components of Vibrational Tuning may be used before the 3-month waiting period.

Varicose veins
Avoid using firm pressure with weighted forks directly over large varicose veins. This has the potential to dislodge blood clots.
Consider working gently with mild pressure in the area around varicose veins rather than directly on them.
No reports of ill effects have been associated with using gentle pressure on and around spider veins.

Fractured bones
Avoid working with weighted forks or singing bowls directly on any recent broken or fractured bones, as the vibrational input can be uncomfortable and interfere with the natural healing process.

Dental anomalies
Avoid using direct pressure with weighted forks over dental implants, chipped/broken teeth, or bone fragments in the gums, as this may cause them to shift due to the vibration of the tuning fork.

Heavy metal toxicity
A Biofield Tuning (tuning forks) session may initiate a large release of toxins from cells, resulting in discomfort.
Some individuals with heavy metal toxicity have experienced a strong detox response following a Biofield Tuning session.
Consider seeking guidance for supplements that may support the detoxification process.

During pregnancy, the body expends a tremendous amount of energy; Vibrational Tuning may overwhelm this already overextended system.
The body may not have the resources to effectively manage detox systems which may affect both mother and baby.

Components of Vibrational Tuning, such as using weighted forks or singing bowls on the body for short, limited duration, have been used to promote relaxation during the 2nd and 3rd trymester of pregnancy.

Once cancer has advanced in the body, detox pathways are often compromised, and the body may have difficulty digesting newly introduced energetic input.
The body may not have the resources to effectively manage detox symptoms that may result from Vibrational Tuning.
Tumors may be irritated by tuning and as such, it's suggested to not apply forks or bowls directly on them.

These statements refer to cancer that is active and/or in treatment; not to cancer that is in remission.

End of life
Vibrational Tuning may overwhelm end-of-life body systems which are often in a depleted energetic state.
End-of-life detox may be uncomfortable as the body may not have the resources to effectively manage detox symptoms.
Components of Vibrational Tuning have been used as a means of calming the nervous system during end-of-life circumstances to ease transition.


Are Biofield Tuning Group Audio Distance Sessions safe?
In the five years that Group Audio Distance Sessions have been conducted, thousands of people have received them and very few adverse reactions have been reported.

If you are interested in experiencing a Biofield Tuning Audio Session, I recommend paying close attention to how your body is feeling while listening. In all cases, I recommend trusting your own senses and choosing sessions accordingly.

Consider also free mini audio sessions which I send with my newsletter. They are a gentle introduction to this modality. The focus of those audio sessions is to remain centered and calm.

If you have any questions or need more information about contraindications

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