What is Tama-Do?
The Tama-Do (Way of the Soul) Academy of Sound, Color and Movement was developed by the founding father of vibrational sound healing, Fabien Maman. Tama-Do uses non-invasive methods such as acoustic sounds, color scarves, essences and other tools to balance the body’s energy and restore natural health balance.
The system is grounded in the classical traditions of Chinese Medicine, mathematics, music theory, Qi Gong, Kototama and other traditions, combining science and mysticism coherently. Each of the Academy’s techniques is developed after close to seven years of testing and evaluation, and practitioners can only retain their status by completing an annual course.
The Academy’s mission is dedicated to “the evolution of Human Consciousness through research, teachings and creative self-expression. With a summer base in Europe and a Sound Garden in Malibu, California, we offer courses in non-invasive techniques using Sound Healing, Color Therapy and Qi Gong Movement® and Seasonal Harmonizing Concerts® to ground the Soul in daily life.”
Tama-Do’s sound and acupuncture courses are certified by USA’s NCCAOM and NCBTMB.
About Fabien Maman:
Fabien Maman, the Master Guide of Tama-Do, is a musician/composer, acupuncturist, researcher, healer/teacher, bio-energetician and martial artist. In 1977 he created the now famous Tama-Do system which uses tuning forks instead of needles on acupuncture command points.
In the early 80’s, Fabien Maman conducted a revolutionary sound/cellular biology experiment showing for the first time under the microscope, the impacts of acoustic sound on human cells and their energy fields. His findings, documented in spectacularly beautiful slides, changed the landscape of Sound Healing as we know it today.
Fabien Maman believes that “blockages in our subtle energy fields can result in physical illness if they are allowed to crystallize, and Sound, Color and Movement® and Seasonal Harmonizing Concerts® are the most effective tools we can use to dissolve these negative energetic patterns. To learn more about the Tama-Do Academy of Sound, Color and Movement and Fabien Maman, visit www.tama-do.com