Dr. John Beaulieu

Dr. John Beaulieu

John Beaulieu, N.D., Ph.D., is one of the foremost philosophers and major innovators in the area of sound healing therapies.

A world-renowned speaker, composer, pianist, and naturopathic doctor, Dr. Beaulieu has pioneered a technique called BioSonic Repatterning™, a natural method of healing and consciousness development using tuning forks and other sound modalities based on the sonic ratios inherent in nature.

As the founder of BioSonic Enterprises, he has developed and distributed over 50 different sound healing-related products including tuning forks, instructional videos, audio programs, CDs and books. Dr. Beaulieu is the groundbreaking author of Music and Sound in the Healing Arts and the composer/producer of Calendula: A Suite for Pythagorean Tuning Forks, a CD designed to physically align your body and create a deep relaxed state of awareness.

He lectures and performs worldwide and conducts training seminars for practitioners in the healing arts.

More about Dr. Beaulieu

“I discovered BioSonic Repatterning™ while sitting in an anechoic chamber at New York University. The chamber is a completely soundproof room that resembles a sensory deprivation chamber. I had read about the experiences of the composer-philosopher John Cage and decided to conduct a similar experiment. While in the chamber, Cage heard two sounds, one high-pitched and the other low-pitched. The engineer was working with informed him that the high sound was his nervous system and the low sound was his blood circulating.

“Inspired by John Cage’s experience, I sat in an anechoic chamber for five hundred hours over a period of two years and listened to the sounds of my own body. I began to correlate different states of consciousness with the different sounds of my nervous system. Being a trained musician, I noticed that the high-pitched sounds of my nervous system consisted of several sounds in different intervals. Then one day I brought two tuning forks and tapped them. Immediately I observed that the sound of my nervous system came into resonance with the sound of the tuning forks. It was then I realized that people can be tuned like musical instruments!”

Dr. Beaulieu’s career spans thirty years of arts, healing arts, and martial arts. He is a graduate of Purdue University (B.A. 1970), Indiana University (M.S., Ph.D.(d) 1973), International College of Naturopathic Medicine / Santa Fe College of Natural Healing(1977), and Westbrook University, (Ph.D. 1994). He is a NYS licensed psychotherapist, Board Certified Naturopathic Physician, and a board certified Polarity Practitioner.  

Dr. Beaulieu held the position Supervisor of Activity Therapy at Bellevue Psychiatric Hospital in New York City and Staff Therapist at Richmond State Psychiatric Hospital in Richmond, Indiana. He was responsible for the creative arts therapies, recreational therapies, and researching and developing community transition programs for adult psychiatric patients. He specialized in adolescent and child psychiatry.

After leaving hospital service, John worked as an Associate Professor at the City University of New York and Fareligh Dickenson University. He taught undergraduate and graduate courses in activity therapy, counseling, psychology, and research as well as serving as a graduate thesis advisor. He also worked as a mentor for Empire State College of New York, one of the first accredited universities without walls.

Artistically John studied formalized mathematical music composition with Innas Xenakis and experimental music composition with Franz Kamin and Concrete Poetry with Mary Ellen at Indiana University. In New York City, John performed with Jackson MacLow, John Cage, and Charlotte Morman and many others. His music compositions and poems have been performed around the world and are available through the medium of CD’s, books, and scores. John is a classically trained pianist and a student of the piano since he was four years old.

John’s martial arts training began with earning Black Belts in Karate and Judo as a teenager in Indiana. In 1973 he met the Grand Master Ching Man Ching and began his studies of Tai Chi Chaun. Over the years he has studied with Benjamin Lo, T.T. Liang, and William C.C. Chen. He practices martial arts to cultivate chi for healing. His classes in BioSonics and Energy Medicine are filled with references to the martial arts as a healing art.

Dr. Beaulieu currently lives and practices in Stone Ridge, New York. He lives with his wife Thea and their twin sons, Danial and Lukas. He is a six-handicap golfer and at every opportunity loves to get away, relax, and play a good round of golf.