Welcome to The Vestibule
Your Sound Center in a Noisy World
Before this World was,
all was in Sound...
we are made of Sound.
~ Hazrat Inayat Khan
When your world gets too noisy -
both inside and out - visit us here at
The Vestibule Center for Sound Living,
where we use the potent medicine of sound, music and vibration to restore your body, quiet your mind, free your voice, and liberate your spirit.
Whether you're looking for stress and pain relief, deep transformation, or simply profound relaxation, our therapeutic treatments, engaging workshops, at-home programs and corporate engagement platforms will free you from the noise, stress and pressure of your busy life and help you discover your
Sound Center in a Noisy World.
Valerie Carpenter, Founder
Due to the decrease in cases in CA, we are now offering both in-person and remote sessions. We continue to maintain strict safety protocols for the wellbeing of our clients.
“Every cell in our body is a sound resonator.
Every cell lives in a rhythmic pattern.
Each organ in our body has its own pulse.
Each and every system has a cycle, rhythm, pattern and pulse that exist in resonant harmony to the cycles of the Earth and heavens.
These bodily systems respond to sound vibration, as do our spiritual, mental, and emotional states of consciousness.”
~ Donna Carey PhD, LAc, creator of Acutonics™
What's a Vestibule?
In my study of Sound and
its profound effect on our wellbeing...
I became fascinated by the vestibular system of the ear with its mysterious labyrinths and canals, minute bones, and tireless muscles. This system is responsible for so many of the ways we relate to the world: our sense of balance, our spatial orientation, our ability to move in any direction, and even our capacity to stand upright.
If all this can be contained in such a tiny chamber of the inner ear, what might be possible in our own Sound Living Vestibule? It became a metaphor for the healing work—a passageway between the outer door and the inner sanctum, a gateway to another dimension...
Vestibule \ves-tə-byül\ noun
Origin: L. vestibulum; antechamber, entrance court
In architecture, a passage, hall or room between the outer door and the inner sanctum
In anatomy, any of various bodily cavities serving as an entrance to another cavity or space: as the central cavity of the bony labyrinth of the inner ear or the membranous labyrinth it contains
Figuratively used to denote a place of entrance that offers access (as to something new)
In science fiction, a gateway to another dimension...