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Global Sound Conference Invites Los Angeles Residents to Experience the Latest in Stress Relief with Free Exhibits, Live Music, Movie Screenings and More
Date:4/22/2008

Four Day Event Brings Dose of Serenity to Stressed-Out City; Free Healing Sessions in Massive Exhibition Hall Showcasing Hottest in Sound-Based

Health Technologies

LOS ANGELES, April 22 /PRNewswire/ -- The Global Sound Conference, whose purpose is to explore the many ways that sound affects our lives and show how sound can improve our world, announced today a free visitor friendly exhibition hall and nightly movie screenings. The four day event will take place May 9 - 12 at the Marina Del Rey Marriott and will include an amazing lineup of doctors, scientists, musicians, and media visionaries who will address the various components of sound including Health, Science, Entertainment and Technology.

The exhibit hall will open at 9 AM and will showcase the latest in sound based technologies that can help relax your mind and body. Included in the exhibit hall is The Tama-Do (Way of the Soul) Sound Pyramid that will be revealed to Los Angeles for the first time. As you sit in the middle of this "pyramid" you become engulfed by the copper, brass and lenton tubes that form the side of the instrument. The Tama-Do Sound Pyramid calms the mindless chatter in your brain and clears the negative energy in the mental subtle field. Free sessions will be offered to anyone who attends the event.

Other exhibit highlights available to demonstration include voice biofeedback machines which are used (among many applications) to help the deaf improve speech quality through visual representation of correct vocalizations. In an effort to reduce pain, blood pressure, heart rate, tension, anxiety, depression and fatigue, vibracoustic sound tables have been created, that stimulate oxygen flow within our bodies. This technology is used by NASA to keep bones from weakening during space travel. the Global Sound Conference welcomes you to go on an inner exploration journey by taking advantage of this complimentary technology.

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