Sound Healing, Part 2: A Conversation with Alexander Tuttle

by Elena Vidrascu, MSc


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Sound Healing Alexander Tuttle

Elena Vidrascu, MSc

Can sound waves heal our bodies and minds? There’s a growing belief that certain holistic healing methods such as sound therapy do lead to positive health outcomes. In my previous podcast episode, I examined the physiological responses we have to audio stimulation, by understanding how our ears and brains process information received audibly through sound waves, and then looking at the relationship between our brain waves and our health in an effort to introduce you to sound healing.

In this episode I will be discussing the practical use of sound for enhancing well-being, with special guest Alexander Tuttle, a sound therapist and musician who holds a private practice in Stokesdale, North Carolina, where he works with people struggling with anxiety, depression, pain, substance abuse, and other trauma-related issues. Listen to the audio, and when you’re finished, be sure to leave me a comment. Do you have any experience with sound healing therapies?

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Elena Vidrascu, MSc, recently graduated from Wake Forest University with her MSc in Physiology and Pharmacology. Her primary field of interest is substance abuse, with goals to disseminate information to the public, including addicts and those in recovery, and to influence policy change to push for more integrative approaches towards prevention and treatment. In her spare time, she enjoys playing tennis, hiking, doing puzzles, and cuddling with her kitten Maple.

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One comment

  • Hi Elena, Thanks to you and Alexander for bringing this education, awareness and focus! I personally
    have worked with Sound Therapy and Alexander I can relate to this interview. Over the last 20 + years I have transformed my life and wellness with a non drug approach. In 1997 I experienced acute grief when my 17 year old son died on impact in a car accident, my only child. I could have taken a different journey with that return to wholeness but my true North inside knew holistic approaches were my way. At 1st I used massage therapy, group therapy and then discovered sound / vibration and aroma therapy. Again, keep up the good work and get information and education to all that are in need of this beautiful gift. Be Well and Blessings ! Toni

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