VTS-1000 Vibroacoustic Therapy System
Proven to help you sleep, relax, renew
Hear and feel the therapy in every cell in your body. One hour of doctor developed music and vibration relaxes and renews your body – naturally.
Clinically Proven, Doctor Developed Sounds – help you relax, renew your body and prepare you for sleep – naturally!
Clinically proven low frequency vibration that stimulates body cells into therapeutic states of relaxation and healing.
Clinically Proven Benefits
> Relieve stress and sleep better without drugs
> Doctor developed and hospital proven
> Connect to your smartphone or CD player to play different music
> Use on your favorite chair or on your bed
Why is Vibroacoustic Therapy so Effective?
Vibroacoustic Therapy is clinically proven to provide therapeutic health and wellness results.
It works because:
Sound penetrates deeper
It provides massage therapy to muscles and joints that hand/mechanical massage can not reach. For comparison purposes, ultrasound is a well known and accepted sound technology for viewing tissue inside a body and it operates at 20 KHz + (see below graph).
Vibroacoustic Therapy frequencies correspond to key brainwave activities
Vibroacoustic Therapy functions at 20 Hz to 100 Hz, the same frequency range that the body's energy channels operate at. We can bring these energy channels into healthy alignment with Vibroacoustic Therapy.
Vibroacoustic Therapy provides sensual stimulation
Like hand/mechanical massage, Vibroacoustic Therapy aids circulation, relaxes muscles and feels good.
Your brain responds to sounds that it hears
The Sound Oasis Vibroacoustic Therapy System plays back nature, music and therapy sounds with Delta, Alpha or Theta brainwaves to coax your brain to match these frequencies, thus entering states of sleep, relaxation or renewal.
Weight & Dimensions
Product dimensions: 17.75" x 5.5" x 30.75"
Product weight: 7 lbs (3.17 kg)
Package dimensions: 34" x 5.625" x 18.5"
Package weight: 11.2 lbs (5.08 kg)
This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 15 December, 2013.