VibeTherapy is vibrational medicine based on the subtle energy principles and interventions involving Mind, Body, and Spirit Dimensions.

The Instruments

Many of the sound instruments (described below) are ancient. I play them with the intention of reuniting clients with the cellular memory of Oneness and Wholeness.

Some of these instruments have specific traditional Shamanic uses for calling in the Spirit and clearing “static” mental, emotional, and physical energies. Other instruments are used for ancestor work (releasing harmful family patterns or reconnecting with ancestor spirits as helping allies) and discharging past traumas. Others are for journeying, increasing physical energy, and raising courage.

My Instrument Allies
pictures of the instruments

Condor Bone Flute
Pututo (conch shell)
Zampoņa (double pan flute)
Hawaiian Nose Flute
Ritual ceramic flute of Peruvian origin
Native American Bamboo Flute
Vasijas Silbadora Chimu (clay water vessel of the Chimu culture)
And other more contemporary instruments

Sound Clip

“The human body is made up of electronic vibrations, with each atom and element of the body, each organ and organism, having its electronic unit of vibration necessary for the sustenance of, and equilibrium in, that particular organism. Each unit, then, being a cell or a unit of life in itself has the capacity of reproducing itself by the first law as is known of reproduction-division. When a force in any organ or element of the body becomes deficient in its ability to reproduce that equilibrium necessary for the sustenance of physical existence and its reproduction becomes deficient in electronic energy. This may come by injury or by disease, received by external forces. It may come from internal forces through lack of eliminations produced in the system or by other agencies to meet its requirements in the body.” -Edgar Cayce (1928), There Is A River by Thomas Sugrue.

Research links:

Messages From Water by Dr. Masaru Emoto

Institute of HeartMath

*Tito is currently on a noble, fund-raising quest to build a school for impoverished indigenous children in the Andean mountains of South America. I feel grateful to Tito and his wife Elba for their recognition and encouragement to step onto this path. Please visit for current information about Tito La Rosa & Elba Bravo.

**Information on the Legend of the Eagle and the Condor