Nestor Kornblum, director of the International Association of Sound Therapy, will explain how sound works on all levels of the human organism from the scientific to the shamanic, and from the subatomic to the macrocosmic. Included will be explanations and demonstrations of Overtone Chant and its healing potential, and practical Cymatics and Harmonics as a template for accessing the essential balance and symmetry inherent in All. Nestor’s clarity, humour and easy style guarantee an entertaining and highly informative experience.

Nestor Kornblum (South Africa/Spain) is a co-director and co-founder of the Association of Sound Therapy & Harmonic Studies (Spain), and the International Association of Sound Therapy (I.A.S.T.). He is a sound therapist, author, presenter and overtone singer of international repute, today working and conducting Sound Healer Training courses worldwide. He has been interviewed numerous times on TV, radio and in the press, and has written articles both in English and Spanish on Sound as a healing modality. Together with his wife and partner in sound Michele Averard he has published several CDs of music for healing, meditation and relaxation. His acclaimed instruction book with CD, Overtone Chant: the Practical Guide contains clear exercises and text in 6 languages for learning these vocal techniques.

Nestor is able, employing a variety of techniques for amplifying the harmonics or pure frequencies within the voice, to sing two, three or even 4 simultaneous sounds, with a span of 5 octaves. He performs concerts in Sacred Music Festivals and festivals devoted to the Healing Arts. H.H. Dalai Lama, Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu have been amongst members of the audience.

He presently lives in Spain with his family.

  • Sunday, 15th

    From 12:00
    Auditorium 1

Nestor Kornblum

Sound therapist, author, presenter and overtone singer