Fabien Maman is a musician, composer, acupuncturist, author, researcher, teacher, “bioenergetician” and martial artist. As an accomplished musician, he performed his original compositions in the great concert halls of the world, including Carnegie Hall, the Tokyo Opera, the Paris Olympia and the Berlin Philharmonic.
Fabien has taught and lectured around the world. He is the author of a several books: The Role of Music in the Twenty-First Century, Raising Human Frequencies, The Body as a Harp-Sound and Acupuncture, and Healing with Sound, Color and Movement-Nine Revolutionary Healing Techniques, and Accessing the Way of the Soul Through Color: From Star to Cell
Fabien Maman explored and documented the influence of sound waves on the cells of the body in the early 1980s. He was fascinated with energetic healing techniques, and wondered if we are really touched or even changed by music. If so, how deeply does sound travel into our bodies? He and Helene Grimal studied the effects of low volume sound (30-40 decibels) on human cells. They mounted a camera on a microscope where they had placed slides of human uterine cancer cells; and then proceeded to play various acoustical instruments (guitar, gong, xylophone as well as voice) for periods of twenty-minutes, while they observed the effects on the cells.
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