Host Nick Urban chats with Craig Goldberg of inHarmony about Vibroacoustic Therapy and the science of optimizing health with audio. They discuss how vibration, sound, and frequencies tune the human brain and body.
As well as the use cases to enhance trauma release, memory optimization, meditation, and more.
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About Craig Goldberg
Craig Goldberg is a Technologist & Certified Vibroacoustic Therapy Practitioner on a quest to help humanity achieve a deeper sense of inner calmness through the use of sound and vibration. His work is backed by 40+ years of research. As a patented inventor, he is constantly exploring new ways to help people reduce stress and anxiety, heal, and transform their lives for the better.
Top things you’ll learn from Craig Goldberg
- Craig Goldberg’s morning routine for health, performance, and bioharmony
- Using tech-assisted meditation to reach deeper states faster
- Impact of nn-EMF and WiFi exposure on health & challenge of determining the cause of symptoms
- Sleep hygiene, health, and vibroacoustic technology
- What is vibroacoustic therapy (VAT) and the science behind how it works
- How music harmonizes the brain and activates different parts at different times
- Biofeedback tools used to measure the body’s activity (HRV, Braintap, etc)
- inHarmony also creates custom music with embedded artifacts to distract the mind and guide it into a deeper meditative state
- Sound therapy, pseudo-psychedelic effects, and brain activity changes (corpus callosum)
- Effects of the inHarmony Sound Lounge on trauma and memory
- Connect with Craig & use the inHarmony code URBAN to save 5%
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Nick Urban is a Biohacker, Data Scientist, Athlete, Founder of Outliyr, and the Host of the Mind Body Peak Performance Podcast. He is a Certified CHEK Practitioner, a Personal Trainer, and a Performance Health Coach. Nick is driven by curiosity which has led him to study ancient medical systems (Ayurveda, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Hermetic Principles, German New Medicine, etc), and modern science.
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