Jack Treiber, a personal energy manager, former engineer and owner of Energy for Health & Healing, LLC., established a professional practice in 2003 and has been helping people feel better by using energy techniques for more than 20 years.
Now, Treiber has completed three levels of training in Burlington, Vermont, to become a certified practitioner of Biofield Tuning, a unique therapeutic method that uses sound waves produced by tuning forks in the biomagnetic field, or biofield, that surrounds the body to induce deep, targeted relaxation and also clear disruptions and imbalances in that field.
Treiber explains, “Some forks are used touching the body, and I’ve helped people, including surgeons, with pain in their hands, wrists, arms and knees by inducing those vibrations into their bodies. Some forks don’t touch the body and are used to clear physical and emotional issues stuck in auras or biofields. Additionally, some forks induce a natural frequency of the Earth (Schumann resonance), which creates an instant relaxation response by shifting brain waves.”
The Biofield Tuning complements Treiber’s extensive experience in energy medicine, energy psychology, Chinese chi healing, Matrix Energetics and the Emotion Code, as well as shamanic approaches. In his continuing quest to go deeper to help people heal, he has recently developed techniques for clearing energetic issues people inherit from their mother’s and father’s familial lines and from frequencies beyond our natural lives.
“Clients have told me how they really like when I use the tuning forks, sharing that they enjoy hearing and feeling the sensations and vibrations,” notes Treiber. “I especially like to use the forks to more deeply clear and release disturbances in the individual chakras, which really helps release emotional stresses and other direct contributors to physical ailments such as digestive, heart, throat, headache and back issues.”
Locations in Clifton Park and Saratoga Springs. For more information, call 518-225-4692 or visit EnergyForHealthandHealing.com.