Acutonics Institute of Integrative Medicine


Message from the Mothership December 2016

1 Dec, 2016

We are extraordinarily grateful for the love and support flowing in from our global community of teachers, practitioners, students, and the clients you serve.  We are proud of your work and what we are building together on a global scale. 

The Promise of Wholes

1 Dec, 2016

This poem the Promise of Wholes by Donna Carey will appear in a new poetry collection Days of Endless Capture that will be available the first quarter 2017. We are taking advance orders now.

News From the Mothership November 2016

16 Nov, 2016

Fall at the Mothership is always a time of transitions and maintenance and this year is no exception. Although the weather has remained warm during the day evenings are cool and we’ve had a few frosts. The beautiful golden colors in the mountains have come and gone and in the garden our focus for October was on planting our fall crop of garlic, growing dome maintenance, and transitioning the dome from summer crops such as tomatoes, chili peppers, spinach and cucumbers to winter hardy vegetables, herbs and greens. The abundance of tomatoes has led to a full freezer of hardy soups, red sauces, and flash frozen tomatoes that will definitely carry us through winter. We now have lettuce, baby kale, chard, cilantro, carrots, beets, and parsley growing in the dome. Additionally, our Meyer Lemon tree has a large crop turning from green to yellow. We expect to harvest them over the next few weeks. All sorts of interesting salsa and veggie recipes call for these sweet lemons.

News from the Mothership - October 2016

29 Sep, 2016

Fall has definitely arrived, with sunny cool days, and cold nights, we've already had a frost and our mountains landscape has turned to a beautiful golden color. The outside gardens have been hit by frost, so just beets and carrots, the hardy vegetables remain. Donna is working diligently to convert the dome to winter hardy crops such as lettuce, arugula, chard and many types of kale.

From the Mothership September 2016

30 Aug, 2016

As summer winds down here at the Mothership we already feel the shift in the weather patterns that are a harbinger of Fall. Hail last week pummeled our outside gardens, and there were actually plows out in the mountains.

Dr. Alicia Villamarin and Project WU

30 Aug, 2016

If we were to pick anyone who exemplifies the type of person Acutonics embodies (or attracts, or “produces”), we’d have to put Dr. Alicia Villamarin at the top of the list. 

An Interview with Erin Taylor: Energy Facilitator and Acutonics Practitioner

25 Jul, 2016

Erin Taylor grew up around music. Her mother played the piano. Her sister grew up to compose classical music. And Taylor played music by ear and sang. Though she didn’t just sing—a friend of the family was a music producer, and he’d sometimes record Taylor and her brother and sister. She’s been immersed in sound, then, for as far back as she can remember. So of course Acutonics would find her.

Eeka King: Bringing Acutonics to Australia

21 Jul, 2016

Eeka King, who practices Acutonics down in Brunswick Heads, Australia, came to Acutonics through chanting. “Several years ago, I’d started to experience benefits in my life from chanting certain sounds,” explains King, who’d just completed another week of teacher training with Ellen Franklin and Donna Carey.

Planetary Frequency: Myths, Archetypes and Musical Intervals

30 Mar, 2016

The vision for Acutonics has always been that we would create an in-depth applied methodology that facilitates people's healing and the innate wisdom of the body to heal. We are not "healers", we assist others in their journey and their re-discovery of the inborn wisdom of the body to shift and repair. We provide tools that aid in this process (tuning forks, chimes, and gongs) and use them in combination with a 5000-year-old medicine.

Acutonics® Tuning Forks in the Classroom

28 Feb, 2016

Karen Saura has been a public school teacher in the San Francisco Bay area since 2001. She is currently teaching middle school science. Karen also tutors and works as a substitute teacher from kindergarten to twelfth grade, including students in Juvenile Hall. She has been integrating tuning forks into the classroom since 2012, with amazing results.

Page 7 of 8 pages ‹ First  < 5 6 7 8 >