Vibroacoustic Therapy

What is it?

Vibroacoustic Therapy is a type of sound therapy that involves passing pure low frequency sine wave vibrations into the body via a table with embedded speakers.  This therapy was developed in Norway by Olav Skille in the 1980’s. 

Some benefits include:

  • Muscle relaxation 
  • Stress and pain reduction
  • Increased blood and lymphatic circulation. 
  • Improved body awareness

Our Offering

The Healing Experience Lab provides equipment, customized vibration programs, training, and technical support to practitioners such as acupuncturists, aestheticians, massage therapists, occupational therapists, and other table-based therapeutic practices.

Healing Experience Lab is a project that started at North Scottsdale Acupuncture in Scottsdale, Arizona. We have been using vibroacoustic therapy as an adjunct to acupuncture in the clinic with highly favorable patient experiences.

We think that many practitioners who use tables as part of their practice can benefit by adding vibroacoustic therapy as a value add to their existing services.


“I find it calming and grounding. I love it!”
– J.J.

“…The three adjectives I’d use to describe my experience were: touched, soothed, and buttery… I found the experience helped open my tight heart, and reinterpret the things that had previously kept it blocked”

“I love it. It relaxes me and helps me sleep.”

Is it safe?

Vibroacoustic Therapy is approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the USA, the Canadian Standards Association (CSA), and the British Standards Institution (BSI), and is classified as class-II, low risk, and non-invasive.

There have been a number of scientific studies showing benefits of VA on a range of conditions from Fibromyalgia to Cerebral Palsy.

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