Fourteen new Finnish VIBRAC-practitioners received their certification in June


A group of 14 multi-professional students received their certification as VIBRAC-practitioners in June when they finished their Level II training in Vibroacoustic Therapy. During the final training days students presented their case studies with different client groups, including work with, pain, anxiety, stress, cerebral infarct, PTSD, anorexia and developmental trauma.

Dr. Marko Punkanen gives a demonstration on how to use the MULTIVIB mattress and Single Hand equipment for developing client's body awareness


During the Introduction training Dr. Marko Punkanen lectured on the possibilities for developing and increasing a client's body awareness by using Vibroacoustic therapy.

He also demonstrated this approach with one participant by using 40 Hz low frequency sound through the MULTIVIB mattress on the client's whole body while simultaneously using Single Hand equipment to give the client a stronger feeling of body boundaries.

Olav Skille gives a workshop in Level II training in Jyväskylä

The developer and the pioneer of Vibroacoustic Therapy Olav Skille gave a workshop for finnish students in Level II training in April in Jyväskylä Finland.

Mr Olav Skille lectured and demonstrated on basic frequencies and specialized treatment programs used in Vibroaocustic Therapy.

Launch of VIBRAC 15.6.2012 in Jyväskylä University, Finland

VIBRAC Skille-Lehikoinen Centre for Vibroacoustic Therapy and Research was launched in Nordic Music Therapy Congress in Jyväskylä 15.6.2012. Launch happened in the beginning of the Vibroacoustic Therapy symposium, which was held in congress.

In picture the Core Group from left to right: Ralph Spintge, Olav Skille, Marko Punkanen, Esa Ala-Ruona and Risto Jukkola.