VIBRAC

VIBRAC:n ydinryhmä kokoontui Kirkkonummella

VIBRAC:n ydinryhmä järjesti vuotuisen suunnittelutapaamisensa tänä viikonloppuna kesäisen kauniilla Kirkkonummella.

Luovista ja innovatiivisista keskusteluista kehittyy varmasti uusia mielenkiintoisia avauksia Vibroakustisen terapian kentälle.

Kiitos koko työryhmälle innostavista keskusteluista.

Kuvassa vasemmalta oikealle: Esa Ala-Ruona, Marko Punkanen, Olav Skille, Ralph Spintge ja Risto Jukkola.

VIBRAC Core Group Meeting In Vibrant Kirkkonummi

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VIBRAC Core Group had it's annual meeting during this weekend. Venue for the meeting was beautiful and inspiring milieu of Kirkkonummi.

Creative and innovative discussions will probably lead some very interesting outcomes in near future.

Thanks to the whole team for your valuable contribution to the field of Vibroacoustic therapy.

From left to right: Esa Ala-Ruona, Marko Punkanen, Olav Skille, Ralph Spintge and Risto Jukkola.

PhD Joanne Loewy VIBRAC:n tieteellisen neuvonantajaryhmän jäseneksi

Dr. Joanne Loewy is the Director of the Louis Armstrong Center for Music and Medicine and is an Associate Clinical Professor at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Her work in hospitals and clinics ranges from premature birth through end of life and her clinical areas of expertise vary among many populations, including musicians (performers, music therapists, educators) and their unique ailments such as chronic fatigue, chemical dependency, performance anxiety and overuse. She oversees the Louis Armstrong Department of Music Therapy that she built at Beth Israel in 1994.

PhD Joanne Loewy for the VIBRAC's Scientific Committee

Dr. Joanne Loewy

Dr. Joanne Loewy is the Director of the Louis Armstrong Center for Music and Medicine and is an Associate Clinical Professor at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Her work in hospitals and clinics ranges from premature birth through end of life and her clinical areas of expertise vary among many populations, including musicians (performers, music therapists, educators) and their unique ailments such as chronic fatigue, chemical dependency, performance anxiety and overuse. She oversees the Louis Armstrong Department of Music Therapy that she built at Beth Israel in 1994.