Jan 20, 2020
Dr. Amy Marshall is a researcher, lecturer, author, and musician with over 20 years of experience in the field of health. After serving as Captain in the Air Force Reserves, Amy completed her research study on improving the diagnosis of hypothyroidism at Samford University and received her Doctorate in Nursing Practice. Today, Amy works alongside Dr. Jerry Tennant at the Tennant Institute for Integrative Medicine, where she has developed the Tennant-Marshall Scalar Emotional Release Method (TM-SER).
Amy joins me today to discuss and demonstrate Scalar Sound Therapy. She explains how the body takes a lot of energy to sustain an emotion and how that impacts our health. She describes how scalar energy corrects a person’s polarities and explains the significance of teeth in Scalar Sound Therapy. She also reveals how a health crisis led her to her work and highlights the impact of Scalar Sound Therapy on personal development.
“Emotions are who we are and our struggles. But we don’t have to dredge through it; the sound itself is an acknowledgment of those struggles.” Dr. Amy Marshall
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