Sound approach: La Conner alum's unique therapeutic technology


October 26, 2022

Louisa Firethorne

SOUND THERAPY – People seeking stress reduction and pain relief are turning to technology developed over the past 20 years by La Conner alum Louisa Firethorne. Her life's work is the sonosphere, an acoustic/cymatic sound massage platform with 360-degree spherical surround sound.

She was the definition of a quick study while a senior at La Conner High School, simultaneously earning an associate-in-arts degree from nearby Skagit Valley College before enrolling in fall 2000 at Western Washington University as an 18-year-old junior.

But over the past two decades Louisa Firethorne has also shown great patience and perseverance by nurturing her college senior project to fruition from its start as a mere sketch on a napkin.

Firethorne, a professional webpage designer, is first and foremost an inventor. And her trademark creation, a cymatic sonosphere designed to provide both...

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