Mikel Gotzon Zubieta de Miguel
Vibrational Sound Therapist.
Telecommunications Technical Engineer.
Master in Design and Operation of UAVS.
I came to Madrid in 1983 to study Telecommunications Technical Engineering. I specialized in Image and Sound and graduated with a degree in Radio Communications.
I worked at one of the largest radio broadcast stations in Spain for 18 years, where I was in charge of broadcast sound quality.
But my love for “sound” dates back to my childhood and my relationship with my father, who was a musician. Hand in hand, he taught me about the traditional music of my homeland. He started to teach me about musical notes at the age of four and by the time I was five years old, I was learning how to play my first musical instrument, the accordion.
Then there were public concerts, with different kinds of musical groups. We always enjoyed bringing music to life, not just playing it: infusing music with emotion, giving it soul and sharing it with whoever was listening.
After certain personal experiences that allowed me to reconnect with myself, as I had been a bit of a mystic and isolated up until that time, a communion between music and spirituality became imminent.
In 2008, I participated in the Singing Bowls Therapy course held by the Biomusical Association of Vibrational Therapy in Valencia, part of the Spanish Association of Singing Bowl Therapy. It truly was such a unique, positive experience that I’m now sharing it with those around me, putting into practice what I’ve learned.
The results are so positive that I feel encouraged to continue pursuing this field, gaining experience and incorporating many diverse techniques, including: guided and group meditation, sound circles, didgeridoo and, more recently, martial arts such as Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong (Chi Kung), which are intended to balance and harmonize our interior with physical, spiritual and mental practices, also known as movement meditation.
In 2010, I decided to take another step forward and started performing vibrational massages, harmonizations, Chakra alignments, and other Tibetan and quartz crystal singing bowl techniques, thereby offering my humble contribution to those who wish to improve their mood and physical and mental state.
The major advantage of relaxation with Tibetan singing bowls is that the person receiving the treatment does not need any kind of prior knowledge or experience in order to swiftly enter a deep state of tranquility and meditation. Thanks to Vibrational Massage, the combination of the sound and the therapist offer a calm state of meditation. Another fundamental advantage of music therapy, and consequently Vibrational Sonotherapy, is that there are no side effects. It does not interfere in any way with any medical/surgical treatment – it’s not only totally compatible, but also complements these treatments, offering physical and mental improvements and helping you overcome any difficult stage you may experience in life.
For me, that’s the greatest challenge: helping people feel better, even at especially difficult times in life.
Mikel G. Zubieta
Vibrational Sound Therapist