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Fri, Apr 17


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Your Voice is Your Own Best Healer

At all times, we carry with us our own best healing instrument - our Voice. Join us for a free Friday Talk Series with Dr. Stefan Cohen of Innate Chiropractic.

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Your Voice is Your Own Best Healer
Your Voice is Your Own Best Healer

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Apr 17, 2020, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

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About The Event

Our bodies are always talking to us, just waiting for us to listen. Everything that has occurred in our lives is recorded in our bodies. These events are recorded in our tissue as memories that actually emit sound—and they respond and change shape when engaged by our voice. 

When we learn how to deeply listen to—and intimately communicate with—our body, it responds quickly and gratefully. Using our voice and healing intention, we can clear negative emotions and stagnant energy lodged in our organs, tissues and cells. In fact, we can change the very cellular makeup of our body. Sound touches us where hands and words cannot reach.

During this Friday Talk with Dr. Stefan Cohen, we’ll open the door to listening to and sounding our bodies, and explore how we can release years of physical tension and long-held emotional distress.

I look forward to sounding you!

Valerie Carpenter

Drawing on a vast array of experience as a performing artist, workshop facilitator, and intrepid explorer of the inner realms, Valerie offers a multi-modal healing approach that embraces the scientific, performative, and transformative power of sound and music. 

Valerie holds certifications in Sound Healing from the California Institute of Integral Studies, the Acutonics Institute of Integrative Medicine, Integrated Listening Systems, Advanced Brain Technologies, and the Vox Mundi School of the Voice, in addition to enjoying a distinguished career as a professional writer and actress. 

Valerie is co-author with Silvia Nakkach of Free Your Voice: Awaken to Life Through Singing. She holds an MFA in Theatre Arts from NYU and a BA in Comparative Literature from Stanford University.

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