Acutonics classes open new doors to understanding the healing process. You will discover a global community of like-minded people committed to working with all aspects of the body, mind, and spirit – classes are filled with opportunities for self-exploration, self-development, creative expression, and community building. We work hard, find joy in the moment, and enjoy the bounty of the natural world.
Acutonics was developed at an acupuncture college in the 1990’s and integrated into many community health clinics, where it proved highly effective. Since then, we have developed an in-depth training and certification program that is taught around the globe. Rooted in contemporary science, Oriental medicine, psychology, cosmological studies, indigenous wisdom and music theory, Acutonics has broad clinical applications in the practice of both Western and Eastern medicine.
Acutonics incorporates the use of precision-calibrated medical tuning forks, which are applied on or over specific acupuncture points to access the body's meridian and chakra energy systems. The sound waves of the forks vibrate and travel deeply into the body along energy pathways that have been proven to impact both the soma and the psyche. Their rich resonance and vibration connects with and supports the body's natural frequencies, stimulates and balances the body's physical and subtle energy field, promotes wellness, deep inner harmony and a sense of well-being, attunement and homeostasis.
Acutonics embraces both ancient wisdom traditions and new paradigms in health and wellness while remaining firmly based in science and strongly supported by case study documentation and research. This non-invasive methodology is proven to reduce pain, improve sleep, relieve digestive disorders and ameliorate symptoms associated with severe stress, including anxiety and depression.
"The Neptune gong arrived, it spent some time at my home for us to become acquainted, and now is in my therapy office. What an incredible presence! It really is like a living being. I am very grateful. I feel like the gong is a good teacher, ally, and motivator in my study and practice. "
- Shirsten Lundblad, M.Div., LMT