In the beginning there was the sound, the word, the song.
Dr. June Leslie Wieder has extensively studied the relationships between sound,movement,and form,and how they relate to health and healing. Her research on the resonances of the spine reveal that each bone of the spine has its own tone and frequency, and that applying specific vibrational frequencies directly to the vertebrae generates a sympathetic response that activates the embedded harmonics that help maintain healthy functioning.
During Dr. Wieder’s initial research, she considered matching the individual vertebrae to individual notes of a musical octave. But an octave consists of seven full tones, and she thought it unlikely there would be a one-to-one correspondence between the seven musical tones and the 24 vertebrae. Then one day, Cliff, a 75-year-old musician was on her chiropractic table. “I feel that the bones of the spine are somehow related to an octave,” she said,”but there are twelve bones in each spinal curve.” Cliff’s reply was succinct: “You haven’t included the five black keys.”
Dr. Wieder’ research revealed that each bone of the spine has its own tone and frequency,, and that applying specific vibrational frequencies directly to the vertebrae generates a sympathetic response that activates the embedded harmonics that help maintain healthy functioning. Her discovery is leading the way for this new path of vibrational healing. Dr. Wieder developed the BoneTonerTM, a handheld device which generates the frequencies that correspond with each vertebrae.
A pianist trained in classical music, she is studying the violin and cello. She earned a BSc in Psychology from Brooklyn College, and has worked in the mental health field. She is a graduate of the Swedish Institute of Massage, and was personally trained in the Trager® Approach by Dr. Milton Trager. Dr. Wieder was granted a Doctor of Chiropractic degree by Life Chiropractic College West, and has a private practice in Southern California. She has been practicing massage and Trager since 1986, and chiropractic since 1995.
She maintains a popular website on structural therapy (www.drwieder.com).
As a result of 8 years of clinical study, Dr. Wieder revealed that each bone of the spine has its own tone and frequency, and her discovery is leading the way for this new path of vibrational healing called bone toning. After studying extensively the relationships between sound, movement, and form, and how they relate to healing, Dr. Wieder developed the BoneToner TM, a handheld device which generates the frequencies that correspond with each vertebrae.
Learn more about Dr. June research and practice by listening to her interviews.
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Harmonics and Neurobiology
A new kind of vibrational therapy called bone toning makes it possible to restore the natural resonant harmonics of the spine. In other words it helps to re-tune the spine.
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Sound Creates Form
Cymatics is the study of visible sound and vibration.Typically,the surface of a plate,diaphragm or membrane is vibrated with varying sound frequencies.
Dr. Wieder's Books, Interviews and Article
Dr. Wieder has made a notable contribution to the literature concerning alternative healing arts with her book Song of the Spine. Her condensed and highly readable history of the healing applications of rhythm and tone covers a wide variety of vibrational energies. Dr. Wieder's own clinical research and therapeutic experience as a chiropractor has yielded an intriguing theory regarding the 'home' tones of the vertebrae and their significance for neurological, physiological and psychological well-being. Anyone interested in energy medicine in its many forms will find much of interest here.
-Deane Juhan, author of Job's Body:A Handbook for Bodywork
The Human Symphony compares the human body to an orchestra. Like an orchestra, the body has many players who must be in tune with one another. When the players are harmoniously in tune, the result is a joyous symphony. When the body’s natural rhythms are in tune and vibrating in harmony, we have good health, energy, and vitality. When our body rhythms are out of tune, our health is impaired. Each body system has its own tone, its own rhythm, its own harmony, and together they sing the human symphony. The natural rhythms of the body can be restored with sound or vibration. The ancient origins of sound healing are outlined by Dr. Wieder and the basis of modern sound therapy is reviewed.
The spine sings a song, but sometimes it sings out of tune. When the spine sings well, it moves effortlessly and harmoniously, with all parts of the body working as an integral unit. When the spine is out of tune, movement becomes stiff, uncomfortable, and, too often, painful. A new kind of vibrational therapy, bone toning, makes it possible to restore the natural resonant harmonics of the spine.