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Meet Tina DiGeorge of DG Sound Healing in Eagle Rock

Today we’d like to introduce you to Tina DiGeorge.

Tina, let’s start with your story. We’d love to hear how you got started and how the journey has been so far.
I’m a musician and film composer born and raised in Southern California currently living in East LA with my wife and two dogs. I’ve been playing music since I was big enough to wrap my fingers around the neck of a guitar, around four years old. Music runs in my family and there was always music in the house, whether on the stereo or being played live. I’ve been in bands since I was eleven years old and currently, absolutely love playing with my band, EZ Tiger. I like to find as many ways as possible to fill my life with music and sound, from improvising for dance groups to composing for film.

More recently, I became interested in the healing properties of sound and vibration. This led me to study the modality of tuning forks. There are many factors that help to make sound and vibration so effective in facilitating balance and healing. We are vibrational beings. Everything in the universe vibrates, from the smallest particle to the planets in our solar system, creating patterns of geometric waveforms, frequencies, musical intervals and sounds. At the most basic, primal level, we know the effect that music has on us.

Overall, has it been relatively smooth? If not, what were some of the struggles along the way?
I was lucky in that as soon as I began studying this modality, I knew it was a fit. It spoke to me on a physiological and scientific level as well as in intuitive ways that are less tangible. However, soon after I discovered it, I suffered a terrible hand injury which limited my use of that hand. The injury actually made me want to delve deeper into the healing aspects of the tuning forks and learn as much as I can.

Please tell us about DG Sound Healing.
DG Sound Healing is my vibrational sound healing practice. This modality is very similar to acupuncture in that it uses the same points, meridians and principles. What sets it apart is that it uses the tuning forks instead of needles to access these points. The human body is approximately 70% water; our bones and marrow contain nearly 25% water. Sound travels four times faster in water than in air, thus, the human body becomes a natural resonator for sound. I use the forks both on and off the body. The use of two tuning forks together creates an interval that is powerful to the process. It supports the body’s natural frequencies, stimulates and balances the physical and subtle energy, promotes wellness and deep inner harmony. Being able to utilize the different frequencies and intervals allows me to address many issues in a myriad of ways. The sound also plays a powerful role and tends to transport people rather quickly. I also use bowls as well as essential oils in my sessions. I take pride in giving people a space to feel heard and seen where they can open up to new restorative possibilities. I’m always so pleased when I hear from clients that they’ve had a reduction in pain, better sleep, less anxiety, etc. The goal is to help facilitate the body’s innate wisdom to heal.

If you had to go back in time and start over, would you have done anything differently?
If I had to start over, the only thing I would have done differently is discovering this sound healing modality sooner!

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