Woman who introduced Tomatis to Taranaki leaving, but Tomatis is staying

An Inglewood teacher who brought therapeutic music to the ears of Taranaki children is stepping down.

Kylie Ujdur, who brought the brand of Tomatis Listening Therapy to Taranaki, wanted people to know that just because she was leaving it didn’t mean mean Tomatis was too.

The therapy, which helps with depression, anxiety and communication issues, is aimed at both children and adults who have learning difficulties, particularly in the areas of communication.

By broadcasting music at various frequencies, listening therapy seeks to surprise the brain and create new neural pathways.

Bentley Curry was one of the first Taranaki children to try Tomatis in 2016, when it first came to the region thanks to Kylie Ujdur.

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