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Editor's Note from Diane Renz: We each need to be reminded of what is possible in us, to be inspired, when we can't remember the beauty in our lives, others can breathe into us our spirit. Let this video do just that through the brilliance and talent of Benjamin Zander, a classical conductor, who gives an invigorating heartful talk, knowing his true role in life is to "awaken possibility in others". He is a poet, a philosopher, a musician, a comedian, and a healer, as he connects us to music, passion, and to what really matters in life.


by Dorinne S. Davis

Your child leaves for school with a hug and a kiss, a balanced lunch in his lunch box, his homework done, and a feeling that the day will be a good one! Or at least that is what you hope happens. Each of us wants the best for our children, but sometimes we worry that once in school we don’t know what struggles occur that impact their day, which in turn affects their learning, development, wellness, and overall vitality. Perhaps your child doesn’t always listen well to the teacher’s instructions, or has difficulty with his reading skills, or has difficulty staying focused or on task, or has difficulty making and maintaining friends, or finds handwriting tasks difficult, or needs to move around a lot versus staying in his seat...


Music Therapy & Sound Healing

by Steven Handel

Listening to music is one of the most common ways we manage our stress and emotions.
When we feel tired after a long day at work, many of us like to unwind by kicking back, closing our eyes, and turning on our iPods. Or when we feel down after a heated argument with a boyfriend or girlfriend, we may listen to some uplifting tunes to help distract us from our anger or sadness...


Editor´s Note from Debbie Allen: Music Therapy is a field of psychology that has many applications. Here is a summary of some of the recent research and some practical suggestions about how you can use music to shift emotions.



by Elizabeth M. Wisniewski, DC,

ATH Co-Editor of Chiropractic

Recently, I went to the ballet and I was able to truly enjoy it. I am setting aside being upset when I go to things that are super visual and learning to embrace them in a different way. Listening to the music and feeling the energy was amazing...


Editor's Note from Elizabeth Wisniewski: My purpose in this world is to show others how to take their challenge and make it an asset. In this article I discuss a recent experience I had and how I was able to enjoy it without being able to see! This is part of the chiropractic lifestyle, living a life that is from the inside-out. Only then can you connect with your genuine self and live the life you have imagined. 



In today's societies, closed minded choices are consistently being made through-out our school systems and communities, where greed rules the outcome of what is on the artistic menu. There are those that see no value in the arts.




Editor's Note from Carol Lawrence and Stacy Toten: In today's societies, closed minded choices are consistently being made through-out our school systems and communities, where greed rules the outcome of what is on the artistic menu. Here's our take on why we feel the arts are so important. Do you agree?



Family & Parenting

by Dorinne S. Davis

Fitness is a way to keep our bodies functioning well, or in balance.  One way to determine if we are ‘fit’ or in balance is to maximize the connection between the voice, the ear, and the brain (A series of 5 laws indicating that the voice produces what the ear hears and the ear emits the same stressed frequencies as the voice—“The Tomatis Effect” and “The Davis Addendum to the Tomatis Effect”1). Our bodies emit energy in the form of frequency, creating our own unique symphony of sounds...


Music Therapy & Sound Healing


Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Enjoy. Music that makes the soul sing and organic living is the beat.


Organic Living

by Bernice Chu

Music therapists work all over the world. In the spotlight today, a music therapist from Australia, Maybelle Wei, shares parts of her wonderful journey...


Editor's Note from Bernice Chu: I had the exciting opportunity to interview one of my dearest colleagues and friends, Maybelle Wei, a music therapist in Australia. She shares parts of her own journey as a music therapist and offers advice to anyone who may be looking to become one! If you have any questions, feel free to post on our forum!


Music Therapy & Sound Healing

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