HEALING WITH THE VOICE, SOUND, AND MUSIC
Christine M. Grimm, Sound Therapist
(Vibratuning.ch ist auf Deutsch)
*Sound Baths are open for registration in Zurich Seefeld on two dates: Tuesday, August 10, from 6:30-8pm and Friday, August 27, from 7-8:30pm. Group size is 4 to 10 people and the cost is CHF 35 in advance (Twint, PayPal, or bank transfer) or CHF 40 at the door (if there’s space). Please bring your own mat and blanket. We will continue to follow precautions. Please wear a mask until you are seated on your mat. There’s plenty of space for distancing in the large rooms
*The monthly Sound Healing with Instruments classes start on Wednesday, August 4, from 7-8:30pm in Zurich Seefeld. You can learn how to use instruments such as percussion, singing bowls, and tuning forks for activate your powers of self-healing. You can also work with a partner and experience a brief sound massage. Same conditions as for the Sound Bath.
The Vibratuning Practice in Canton Zurich is at the AWCZ, Hoeschgasse 38, in 8008 Zurich Seefeld. The new Vibratuning Practice in Canton St. Gallen is at the Hatha Yoga Schule, Oberdorfstrasse 24, in 8887 Mels. Both offer sound massage, sound facials with massage, voice analysis, and holistic voice work.
Appointments are also available online through Skype or Zoom. Please inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org for all locations.
Here is an article about the Vibratuning Sound Massage on Galaxus.ch
Vibratuning is a holistic method for balancing the body, mind, and soul with healing sound and the voice. Developed by Christine M. Grimm, it combines yoga breathing and the 5 elements with modern approaches to voice analysis. The Vibratuning Sound Therapy functions on all 4 levels (physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual) to increase your sense of balance and well-being. It is also a highly effective basis for holistic voicework and singing lessons. Here is the video introduction to Vibratuning (in German with English subtitles).
Here is the new Sound Massage video with the individual tones.
The 1.5 hour sessions for the Sound Massage (with singing bowls, tuning forks, and percussion) combined with the Sound Facial (with tuning forks and face lotion) and/or a Foot Massage (with lotion or oil) are also available as the 2 hour session of Sound Delux that can be combined with Voice Analysis and Holistic Voice Work. Please write vibratuning@gmail to arrange time and advance payment through Twint, PayPal, or bank transfer.
For information about Vibratuning events in German (only in Canton St. Gallen), please click here.
In her work as a sound therapist, Christine M. Grimm has combined the concept of the chakras with modern approaches of sound healing. Vibratuning is the name of her method that uses voice analysis, toning, tuning forks, and singing bowls to balance the body, mind, and soul.
Christine M. Grimm completed her training in “Sound, Healing, and Consciousness” as a BioSonic Repatterning Practitioner with Dr. John Beaulieu of BioSonics. In addition to her courses with international sound healing teachers, she is trained in voice, performance coaching, massage, and therapeutic yoga. She earned her Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree from the Theater Department at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). She is a member of the American Sound Healers Association and author of the “Sound Trek” article published in Vision Magazine (see Articles). She is currently writing a book on Vibratuning: Personal Transformation with Sound Therapy.
Her holistic approach is also the basis for speech training, voice lessons and performance coaching for speakers, singers, teachers, and/or people who have stage fright. She produced the Tune Your Voice – Tune Your Life CD as a guide for sound therapy and voice training. For more information about the CD and available tunings, see the Sound and Music page. She’s also available for live solo performances of the Healing Songs Concert, which incorporates the principles of sound healing.
Click here for more information about her music and song samples.
Except top photo, all photos by Andrea Monica Hug.