Posted on: December 16, 2016
I realized recently that many of my patients do not know that one of my passions is music. I’m drawn to compose music because it works on many levels. It can create a mood and it can trigger memories for recollection and release. Because we’re all vibration anyway, music can actually cause a harmonic response in the body’s essential frequencies. All of my music is designed to instill an experience of relaxation and healing.
I have 3 CDs available of my original compositions and would love to share them with you. And, If you are looking for something unique to give someone this year for the holidays, my music might be a great option for anyone that could use some soothing, instrumental music in their life!
How to Order:
1. In-person at the office, payable by cash, check, or credit card
2. By phone (805) 497-1072) to have shipped to you or someone else, payable by credit card
3. On iTunes through your Apple account (Awakening to the Dream only)
CDs are $15 each.
I hope this holiday season is joyful and rejuvenating for you. I appreciate you choosing me as your chiropractor and I look forward to serving you in 2017.
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