By Morgan Bryce

Sue Bradley and MaryAnne Miller of Harmony 3D are offering solutions for better mental and spiritual health to Auburn-Opelika area residents.
They offer patrons 30 to 45 minute or hour-long sessions in a relaxation center equipped with a BETAR system (consisting of a geodesic dome, bed-like platform with resonators and speakers on the dome and floor), essential oil diffusers and a salt lamp. Patrons lie on the platform and listen to music of their choice while receiving a massage up and down their spine from the resonators.
“After people have completed sessions, I’ve had them tell me that they felt like all their toxins were gone or that they just didn’t want to leave. One lady had a large (project) for work, and after her session here, went home and just sat down that night and finished it,” Bradley said.
Before opening Harmony in 3D in May, Bradley taught both music appreciation courses at Auburn University and Opelika’s Southern Union State Community College campus and piano lessons to local residents.
Previously familiar with the BETAR technology, Bradley said she knew after her retirement from teaching that she wanted to use it to help people.
Since opening in May, Bradley said she has been holding open houses to promote her business, as well as using social media and website She is also working to cultivate relationships with the local medical community in hopes of referrals for patients whose treatments might require something outside the field of regular medicine.
Miller, Bradley’s granddaughter, also helps with Harmony in 3D’s daily operations.
All patrons are required to fill out questionnaires to help Bradley and Miller best work with them. Bradley added that all provided information is confidential.
Music playlists can be created by Bradley or customized by patrons based on their personal preferences.
For more information, like and follow Harmony in 3D’s Facebook page or visit their website. To schedule an appointment, call 334-246-3404 or email
Bradley said the center’s hours are flexible for patrons. The relaxation center is located at 1685 E. University Drive, Suite C in Auburn.