VCT Course Information

Current Status of Online Course as of 3/3/2020

We are still updating the content for the online version of VCT following our live class. We learned a lot from this live class on how students were learning the materials, and we identified the challenges to holding the tuning forks for certain protocols. We will update our status again after the weekend of 3/7/2020.

Learn VCT in two formats:

Live class: Cost $50 for class logistics. Location: Michigan. Timeframe: Saturday and Sunday. There are currently no scheduled live classes. 

Online class: Cost Free. The full curriculum and access to the certification requirements are not yet available. Refer to Current Status above for updates. 

What tuning forks do you need?

VCT is primarily a technique which uses unweighted tuning fork sets. At this time, we recommend purchasing the Brain Tuners (Biosonics) and the Chakra Set (Omnivos). We have also used the Solar Harmonic Set (Biosonics) and the 9-fork Solfeggio Set (Omnivos). Please note that our technique and protocols for the course only requires 5 tuning forks out of a set and those forks should be under 500hz. Use this criteria when selecting a tuning fork set. We would prefer that VCT is tuning fork “agnostic” to some degree, but we are noticing slight differences in the results for each set. We will continue focusing on the Brain Tuner and Chakra set, but you have the option to use existing sets. 

What types of conditions or diagnoses does VCT help with?

VCT focuses on 4 main categories:

  1. Gait (walking) Rehabilitation
  2. Motor-function Rehabilitation
  3. Speech Therapy
  4. Cognitive Therapy (Memory, Behavioral, Emotional)

What does VCT not cover?

VCT is not designed for pain relief, mobility restrictions, and physical symptoms associated with certain diseases. In reference to the 4 main categories above, any condition with a physical symptom or component would be resolved first before focusing on the rehabilitation or re-calibration of the cellular, tissue, and neural timing between biological systems. For example, a person with Parkinson’s or MS might experience symptoms of muscle tremors or motor deficiencies like “drop foot”. These symptoms should be resolved prior to a VCT session. At NEHC, our therapists use Vibrational Fascia Release Technique (VFRT) to resolve these types of conditions then use VCT for follow on therapy once the physical restrictions have been resolved.