Martha Collard (right) does a voice analysis on Post writer Bernice Chan, recording her voice, then using various tools including bowls, gongs, tuning forks, aromatherapy and crystals to “rebalance” Chan, at Red Doors Studio. Photo: Nora Tam Martha Collard (right) does a voice analysis on Post writer Bernice Chan, recording her voice, then using various tools including bowls, gongs, tuning forks, aromatherapy and crystals to “rebalance” Chan, at Red Doors Studio. Photo: Nora Tam
Martha Collard (right) does a voice analysis on Post writer Bernice Chan, recording her voice, then using various tools including bowls, gongs, tuning forks, aromatherapy and crystals to “rebalance” Chan, at Red Doors Studio. Photo: Nora Tam
Wellness

Bad vibrations: voice analysis uses the way you sound to reveal things about your body you don’t yet know

  • There are 210 cell types in the body, each with a different frequency that can be analysed to measure a person’s health, say proponents of voice analysis
  • A woman in Hong Kong uses it to detect signs of illness and physical and emotional imbalances – then tells you what to eat, listen to and wear to correct them

Topic |   Wellness
Martha Collard (right) does a voice analysis on Post writer Bernice Chan, recording her voice, then using various tools including bowls, gongs, tuning forks, aromatherapy and crystals to “rebalance” Chan, at Red Doors Studio. Photo: Nora Tam Martha Collard (right) does a voice analysis on Post writer Bernice Chan, recording her voice, then using various tools including bowls, gongs, tuning forks, aromatherapy and crystals to “rebalance” Chan, at Red Doors Studio. Photo: Nora Tam
Martha Collard (right) does a voice analysis on Post writer Bernice Chan, recording her voice, then using various tools including bowls, gongs, tuning forks, aromatherapy and crystals to “rebalance” Chan, at Red Doors Studio. Photo: Nora Tam
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