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Atlas Balancing and Dao Tha Soundcode

Debbie is very proud to be one of less than thirty certified Atlas Balancing/Dao Tha Soundcode practitioners in the United States. She is one of the few who does remote Atlas Balancing, and is the only Certified Atlas Balancer who combines it with kinesiology and Energetic Fusion, making it even more powerful. She is one of only four people trained to teach Atlas Balancing in the United States.

First let’s talk about what Atlas Balancing is NOT.

Atlas Balancing is NOT a chiropractic adjustment.

Atlas Balancing is a technique developed by Elisabeth Westermann of Germany to put the (cervical) atlas in place. This is done through Sound Codes™ and gentle energetic touch. It can also be done remotely, so no physical touch is required. Many are aware of the significance of the atlas, and the importance of having it aligned. While there are many techniques to put it in place, there are only two known techniques that allow it to remain in place without repeated applications. Atlas Prophilax™ is one, and requires a $30,000 machine. Atlas Balancing is the other. Atlas Balancing requires neither x-rays nor equipment. Once the atlas is in place, there is a 99% chance it will remain in place. The only cause for it to move out of place would be a severe trauma, such as a serious car accident or a fall from a roof.

The atlas is rotated in every human, most often to the left. When turning your head to the left, it may feel restricted. You will likely not be able to move as far to the left as you can to the right. It may feel like a hard stop going to the left – not like a muscular issue, but like something is blocking any further movement. That is the atlas, being rotated to the left. It is in our DNA. The only way that someone will be born with an atlas that is in its socket is if the mother has her atlas balanced prior to getting pregnant.


Atlas Balancing only needs to be done once. This method moves the atlas into place and it does not need to be repeated. This is the difference between Atlas Balancing, and chiropractic atlas adjustments. Chiropractic adjustments rarely last more than a few days, if that long, because the atlas is not in its socket. With Atlas Balancing, there is a follow up after about two weeks to check on the other vertebrae client’s progress. The first visit takes less than an hour, with the second taking about 20 minutes. All Certified Atlas Balancers sign a contract that they will charge $250 so that there is no competition between them. The follow up is free. It is well worth this price for the potential benefits. Amazingly, Atlas Balancing can be done remotely! No touch is required.

Please note that this modality was formerly known as Atlas Balancing but is now known as the Dao-Tha Soundcodes (or singing codes as translated from Elisabeth’s German language)



Length of Session:

Anywhere from 45-60 minutes

Follow Up:

Free 20 minute follow up

For a deep dive explaining more on Atlas Balancing, visit THE ATLAS BALANCING WEBSITE

Frequently Asked Questions


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