The Satori

VibroAcoustic Meditation Chair

What is VibroAcoustic Meditation?

This unique chair cradles your spine while enveloping you in therapeutic sound frequencies that resonate deep within your body. Designed to soothe your nervous system, it uses binaural beats audio to enhance your relaxation experience.

As you settle into the chair, its synchronized sounds and vibrations work in harmony, creating a multi-sensory journey into deep relaxation and healing.  To intensify your inward journey, a light-blocking blindfold is provided, allowing your mind to drift away from external distractions.

Controlled via a user-friendly tablet, the Satori Chair offers a variety of modes, each crafted to cater to different wellness objectives.

Modes

Meditation Energy: Our Signature series programs range from Grounding and stress relief to Energetic cleansing and mind-body regeneration. (six 25-minute modes)

Vibrational Wellness: A series of four voice-guided programs ranging from 16 minutes to 50 minutes, focusing on mind/body wellness and healing.

  • Emotional Healing – 20 minutes
  • Mind Body Detox – 16 minutes
  • Mindful Relaxation – 24 minutes
  • Cellular Massage – 50 minutes

Chakra Balance: A series of six 20-minute programs designed to align each Chakra energy of the body, while guiding brainwaves to a deep meditative state.

Gamma Series: A series of four Gamma wave programs for better focus, memory retention, mental clarity, and feelings of compassion and benevolence.

Behavioral Change – Weight Management: Through repeated use, this entrainment process can help addiction by allowing neural pathways to be rewritten, promoting lifelong behavior changes. 

Under 30mins $45

Over 30mins, $60

First Session Free!

Just ask at your first visit or call us to book over the phone.

Click Here to View Our Memberships which include 4 VibroAcoustic Chair sessions per month.

NEW! VibroAcoupuncture

This somatic therapy combines acupuncture with the benefits of a Vibro-Acoustic bed and is the only treatment of its kind in Florida.

You can read more about our Acupuncturist Hillary Morris, AP, here.

While reclining on our healing Vibro-Acoustic bed, needles are inserted to facilitate emotional and mental healing. This modality is appropriate for individuals experiencing emotional challenges including depression, anxiety, insomnia and various energy imbalances who wish to receive the synergistic benefits of Vibro-Acoustic therapy and Acupuncture.

 

Treatment will be provided by Hillary Morris, AP, an acupuncture physician with over two decades of experience.

If you’re curious as to whether this is the right therapy for you, please contact Hillary at HillaryMorrisAP@pm.me.

$65 for 30mins

$120 for 60mins

What clients are saying

The Vibroacoustic Chair helps my body and mind to achieve a state of peace and relaxation together harmoniously. It’s just blissful.” Jen

The magic of the VibroAcoustic Chair is that it provides the perfect sensations needed to enter a relaxed state quicker and deeper.” – Eric

“I was able to eliminate my anxiety within minutes! The VibroAcoustic Chair is a blend of vibrations and sound that creates an instant meditative state…an altogether awesome experience! – Danielle

More research

 

Effects of Vibroacoustic Therapy on Elderly Nursing Home Residents with Depression.Journal Of Physical Therapy Science 24, no. 3: 291-294 4p. CINAHL Complete, EBSCOhost | Yoshihisa, Koike, Hoshitani Mitsuyo, Tabata Yukie, Seki Kazuhiko, Nishimura Reiko, and Kano Yoshio. 2012. 

Contemporary Vibroacoustic Therapy: Perspectives on Clinical Practice, Research, and Training.Music & Medicine 4 (3): 128-35. Punkanen, Marko, and Esa Ala-Ruona. 2012.

Effects of Vibroacoustic Music on Challenging Behaviors in Individuals with Autism and Developmental Disabilities. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 3 (2): 390-400. Lundqvist, Lars-Olov, Gunilla Andersson, and Jane Viding. 2009. 

Vibroacoustic Sound Therapy Improves Pain Management and More. Holistic Nursing Practice 18 (3): 111-8. Boyd-Brewer, Chris, and Ruth McCaffrey. 2004. 

Improving Quality of Life and Well-Being for Children and the Elderly Through Vibroacoustic Sound Therapy. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Including Subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) 3118 : 416-22. Ellis, Phil. 2004. 

Vibroacoustic Therapy: Sound Vibrations in Medicine. Alternative and Complementary Therapies 9 (5): 257-63. Boyd-Brewer, Chris. 2003. 

The Effects of Vibroacoustic Music on Symptom Reduction. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine 18 (2): 97-100. Patrick, G. 1999. 

The Effect of Vibroacoustic Therapy. Physiotherapy 83 (6): 290-5. Kvam, Marit Hoem. 1997.