1st International Level II Training
The 1st VIBRAC Level II Training course in English began in November 2016. This training course takes place over three modules, with three contact weekends, and individual clinical practice between. The next training weekend will take place March 10. - 12.2017. There are 18 participants in this training course, due to complete studies in June 2017.

Notes on the 1st International VIBRAC Conference

The VIBRAC Centre wishes to thank all delegates for their participation in the scientific and social programme of our 1st International Conference. In total, there were 16 different nationalities which attended the event! We are thrilled with how it all went and inspired by the momentous work being conducted in the field of low frequency sound vibration and music medicine research. The open-minded nature of the two-day event was captivating, as were the many wonderful keynote talks, oral presentations, and workshops, as well as the exhibit sessions. The satellite event - Level I Training - which took place on October 13th was also a major success. The 13 participants also represented 9 different nationalities - so it, too, was a hugely international event.

Interesting discussions and thought provoking moments have made the get together a truly inspiring event. Thank you all!


VIBRAC Skille-Lehikoinen Centre for Vibroacoustic Therapy and Research

VIBRAC is a development, training, and research centre for Vibroacoustic Therapy (VAT). The aim of the centre is to support the development of VAT internationally. The centre has an international advisory board, and serves as a central networking point for VAT clinicians and researchers all over the world.

Organisation The Eino Roiha Foundation in Jyväskylä, Finland, manages the administration of the VIBRAC centre. Additionally, the executive board, core group, advisory board, and scientific committee are involved in the promotion and development of VAT as a growing discipline. See About Us for more information.

This website offers information on the who the coordinators of the centre are and the activities undertaken by the centre's trainers, background, research and training information on the applications of VAT, and upcoming activities, trainings and events.

Training and Research Information
For information on the possibilities of VAT applications and training levels, see Activity.

If you are interested in the training possibilities in VAT, please send a message to: See the Activity tab for more information on the three training levels offered by the VIBRAC Centre and for more information on the upcoming Level I training event taking place on 13.10.2016 at Wanha Walimo, Lahti, Finland.

If you are interested in VAT research, please send a message to:

For general queries or information on upcoming events, please send a message to: