QYP 05: Eileen Day McKusick on Biofield Tuning and the Sound Frequencies of Healing
Eileen Day Mckusick
Eileen Day McKusick is a researcher, writer, educator and practitioner who has been studying the effects of audible sound on the human body since 1996. She is the originator of Biofield Tuning (formerly called Sound Balancing), a unique therapeutic method utilizing tuning forks; founder of the Biofield Tuning Institute (Burlington VT); and the author of Tuning the Human Biofield: Healing with Vibrational Sound Therapy (Healing Arts Press, 2014).
Eileen has a Master’s degree in Integrative Education, and has taken a break from her PhD studies on Integral Health and Biofield Science in order to work on her second book. Her extensive research and practice in the field of therapeutic sound spans both the academic and alternative realms.
She has trained and worked as a massage therapist, yoga instructor, sound healer and wellness educator, and has also had a successful parallel career in business. Eileen was the visionary and a founding partner of the landmark southern New England restaurant The Vanilla Bean Café, as well as the creator of popular Vermont specialty food product Mama’s Special Kettle Corn.
Eileen combines her background in both wellness and business to form a practical, grounded, logic-based approach to understanding and explaining how and why sound works therapeutically. She maintains offices in Burlington, Vermont and San Diego where she conducts sessions and trains students in Biofield Tuning; she also travels to teach and speak at conferences about consciousness, cosmology, and the biofield.