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Acutonics is a non-invasive treatment modality using precision-calibrated tuning forks. Tones produced by the forks represent a natural harmonic series based on the orbital properties of the earth, moon, sun and planets which have a sympathetic resonance with the vibrational frequencies of our cells, organs, and body rhythms. The tuning forks are placed on acupuncture points, chakras, or over the ears and body to affect change via vibration along the energetic meridian system. Other instruments, such as tibetan singing bowls, bells, tinchas, chimes, gongs, didgeridoo and the use of essential oils are a common adjunct to treatment.
Acutonics was developed by Donna Carey, PhD, L.Ac. and Marjorie de Muynck, LMP over 10 years ago. Donna is a licensed acupuncturist, herbalist, sound healer, educator, and poet. She was previously the clinical Dean of Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NIAOM) where she created and administered more than 14 profitable inter-disciplinary community clinics, serving the health care needs of diverse populations. She is currently the co-founder of the Kairos Institute of Sound Healing and teaches Acutonics classes throughout the United States. Marjorie is an accomplished author, composer, musician, and sound healer. She has been working with numerous cosmic and diatonic frequencies for over 30 years, and is presently focusing on the healing benefits of the Ohm tone while also attaining her Masters of Music researching the music/medicine connection.
Author: David Tucker
, LAc, LMP
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