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Waves Of Sound Therapy For Mind, Body And Soul

Jennifer Kearns with a sound therapy patient.
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Jennifer Kearns with a sound therapy patient.

On Gunbarrel Road here in Chattanooga, you’ll now find a place that offers sound therapy for healing and stress relief.

Our own Richard Winham tells us more.

Jennifer Kearns with a sound therapy patient.
Theta Therapy
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Jennifer Kearns with a sound therapy patient.

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