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Fabien Maman

Fabien Maman is a musician, composer, acupuncturis, author, researcher, healer, teacher, "bioenergetician" and martial artist. As a musician/composer, 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.

In 1977, Fabien became an acupuncturist, linking music with acupuncture. He created the now famous system which uses tuning forks instead of needles on acupuncture command points. In the early 80's, Fabien conducted his revolutionary biology experiments at the University of Jussieu in Paris, showing for the first time under a microscope, the impacts of acoustic sound on human cells
and their energy fields.

Fabien found that through a series of acoustic sounds, he could explode cancer cells, as well as energize and empower healthy ones. For more information see Fabien's Book THE TAO OF SOUND.
Maman's pioneering Sound/Cellular research changed the landscape of sound therapy as we know it today.

Webster's Dictionary sited Fabien as the founding father of vibrational sound therapy. The driving theory behind Fabien's life's work is 'that blockages in our subtle energy fields can result
in physical illness if they are allowed to crystallize, and Sound, Color and Movement are the most effective tools we can use to dissolve these negative energetic patterns.'

In 1988 Fabien founded Tama-Do "Way of the Soul", the Academy of Sound, Color and Movement, dedicated to the evolution of human consciousness through research, teachings and creativity. With a
Sound Garden in Malibu and a summer base in the South of France, we offer courses in non-invasive vibrational techniques using Sound, Color and Movement and Seasonal Harmonizing Concerts to ground the Soul in daily life.

For nearly 30 years, Fabien has created research and practical applications to balance the body, mind and spirit through the subtle energy fields. He has created more than 30 techniques through his
Academy, each of which took nearly seven years to test and apply. Each Tama-Do technique is grounded in sound/cellular research, as well as the Classical traditions of music theory, mathematics,
Chinese medicine, aikido, Kototama and astrology.