|THE GREAT RETURN - to the UK!
November 4-12, 2019
In 2001, Mandara Cromwell, an American woman entrepreneur, met British osteopath Peter Guy Manners in the United Kingdom and learned of a new therapy that would change the course of healthcare. Now in 2019, Mandara will be bringing 15 years of research and innovation back to the UK, the birthplace of Cymatherapy.
As CEO of Cyma Technologies, she will be speaking at the College of Sound Healing in Malvern, England at their annual conference November 8-10. She will join inventor of the CymaScope, John Stuart Reid, in presentations about “The Future of Therapeutic Sound,” latest developments and stunning new research with the AMI 750.
In recent months, Mandara and Sound Education Director, Kate Holland have developed a new program called “The Three Faces of the Healing Goddess” which introduces the experiences of women with specific healing tools or practices. In Malvern, the two of them will be joined by Anneliese Reid to share their “goddess program” with the conference participants. Mandara will introduce the Soundflower Experience, the most recent sound/visual meditation released by Cyma Technologies. Kate will premiere her film, “dance divine” in the UK, which utilizes the sound-made-visible images created by the CymaScope, utilizing the healing frequencies of the AMI 750. They will be joined by writer and editor, Anneliese Reid, who will share her account of a self-healing experience to inspire all to use their special gifts and skills.
: Mandara will also be visiting numerous bookstores in London which have just received her new book “Soundflower: The Journey To Marry Science and Spirit,” for special signings and photo opportunities.
See you in London and Malvern!