International Sound Symposium is scheduled for the weekend of
March 1-4, 2002 at the beautiful and spacious Hyatt in San Jose,
California. We would like to invite you to participate in this
symposium as an exhibitor.
We are currently seeing the ancient practice of sound healing
being reborn in a contemporary expression in the 21stCentury.
Studies in France have shown that sound and music enhance the
integrity and vitality of healthy blood cells. Specifically chosen
sounds can enhance normal brain functions, normalize abnormal
brain wave activity, reduce high blood pressure, lessen pain,
reduce stress hormones, and prevent premature labor, allowing
a fetus to be brought to full-term birth. Sound therapy is a perfect
complement to all types of healthcare treatments. In the last
decade sound therapy has become more widely known and accepted
through the world as a valuable medical healing modality.
This symposium will bring together an international community
of scientists, doctors, health care professionals, sound and vibrational
medicine therapists, and the community-at-large. It is our intention
to create a forum for the sharing of information, scientific research,
and sound healing resources, modalities, and techniques. We will
offer four days of intensive workshops, invited featured presentations,
panel discussions, and informal dialogue groups. We are also creating
an artistically structured conference with concerts, and invited
musical presentations to complement a wide variety of exhibits.
This will be an opportunity for people at all levels of interest
or experience to network with others from around the world, forming
important alliances to advance this field of healing.
The International Sound Symposium is being produced by the non-profit
groups Dove Health Alliance, and The Healing Music Organization
through the direction of Dr. Karl Maret, Peggy Black, Sacred Sound
Salutarist, and Amrita Cottrell. We are seeking your help and
assistance in making this event profoundly successful, and valuable
for the San Francisco region, as well