Art Therapy & Biofield Tuning

Lorri Mathewson, Biofield Tuning

Lorri Mathewson, RMT, LMT has been a Licensed Massage Therapist for almost 30 years and has incorporated sound healing in her practice using Tuning Forks since 1996.  She is also a Certified Biofield Tuning Practitioner and a practitioner of the Symphony of the Cells Protocols, created by Boyd Truman. 

Lorri will be offering Biofield Tuning sessions and Essential Oil Protocols for physical ailments.  Biofield Tuning is a unique method using sound waves produced by tuning forks in the biofield, that surrounds the human body to shift rhythms and patterns of the body’s electrical system.  As a practitioner, she simply finds the noise and resistance in the biofield and stays with it until the body autocorrects.  The tuning forks appear to work therapeutically according to the physics principles of resonance and entrainment.  Initially they resonate with whatever distortion or dysfunction is present in the body and its field, and then, through the production of a stronger, more coherent frequency from the forks, they entrain the body into a more coherent expression.  It is a simple, non-invasive and efficient method that can produce profound and powerful outcomes on the physical, mental and emotional levels.  This type of work is great for reducing stress, PTSD, depression, anxiety, pain and emotional trauma, among others.

Lorri is also one of the presenters for the Symphony of Sound, a unique sound bath offered at Life-Force Sanctuary.

To inquire about Biofield Tuning or to make an appointment for a tuning, please call 716-465-2784.


Lena De Leo, Creative Arts Therapist

Lena DeLeo is a Licensed Creative Arts Therapist and has been working in the field for nearly 8 years, ever since graduating from School of Visual Arts with a Masters degree in Art Therapy in 2012. She is constantly amazed at the healing power of creative expression, no matter the medium.
Art therapy is simply the addition of art-making to a traditional talk therapy session. Lena uses art therapy in conjunction with CBT and DBT therapies to inspire personal growth and behavioral change. Individual sessions are tailored specifically to the client’s needs- some sessions could be almost entirely art-making, while others may be entirely talk therapy. Art therapy is process oriented rather than product oriented, so there is no need to have an artistic background! Everyone is able to participate in art therapy. Some clients gravitate more to art therapy over traditional talk therapy because of the difficulty of putting traumatic or painful experiences into words. Painful experiences are stored in the brain as images and sensations, and art making with an art therapist can allow for a non-verbal expression and powerful emotional outlet.
Lena specializes in using art therapy to help reduce stress, create empowerment, increase self worth, and process trauma. She has worked extensively with people healing from grief, loss, and childhood trauma and provides a supportive environment to allow for emotional healing and growth.
To make an appointment or find out more about art therapy, please reach out to Lena at or