Schedule: Hours 11:00 am - 1:00 pm, 3:00 - 5:00 pm
Thursday, July 23, July 24th, Break to give local treatments.
Learn and integrate, July 25, 2020
Then we go live on zoom again July 30th
This class is designed to help Acutonics students without Chinese Medicine training expand their understanding of the energetic perspective of Chinese medicine as it relates to the nature and flow of energy in the body and the organs and substances of the body. Other topics covered include: Yin/Yang organ relationships, curious organs, Five Shen, Three Treasures and causes of disease according to Chinese Medicine theory.
The class also provides insights into the Taoist view of Qi and the functions of the organs to increase understanding and inform choices and treatment strategies.
This course is required for all new students without Chinese Medicine training and is meant to be taken prior to Points & Meridians. We encourage students to take Acutonics I prior to these two courses, to understand at a deeper level how Chinese medicine informs our full curriculum. This is the “missing Link” that many have talked about and here it is. It will be a FUN class too! *** I have been teaching online and the feedback has been great! We like two hour time slots with breaks days in-between to digest the information!
"I have been an Acutonics Practitioner for 12 years and teacher of this system for ten. Every session, every class is testimony to the profound nature of this work. Over the years, in addition to sound healing sessions, I have incorporated Acutonics into my massage and reflexology practice. I have had the honor to participate in and bear witness to the deep shifts that clients and students experience with these planetary tunings forks, as well as other sound tools. Healing moves on all levels, and the prime "
- Maren Good, MA, LMT, Certified Acutonics Practitioner, Senior Faculty