From the very first class you will gain valuable knowledge that can be immediately implemented into your life and work to promote optimal health and well-being.
The Acutonics® Certification program ensures that practitioners receive a high level of training in the integration of sound-based tools into a health care setting. The program addresses the diverse training needs of health professionals by providing a practical understanding of Integrative Medicine, Oriental Medicine, and Sound Healing. Our students include acupuncturists, nurses, doctors, naturopaths, chiropractors, physical therapists, occupational therapists, psychotherapists, veterinarians, massage therapists, musicians and energy practitioners. Our unique curriculum is designed to expand the practitioner’s knowledge and competency in the basic principles of sound healing and Oriental medicine, while taking previous training into consideration. In addition, practitioners engage in a process of self-exploration and self-development to be models of health and healing.
This non-invasive gentle modality, with a scientific and spiritual foundation integrates beautifully into an Integrative Medical Model. All of the classes are offered over weekends in a series of modules that allow you to go at your own pace. There are teachers throughout the world offering the entire Acutonics® Certification program and our curriculum has been translated into many languages. Whether you take just a few classes or follow the path to full Acutonics® Certification you will gain valuable skills that you can immediately integrate into your life and work.
Completion of the Acutonics® Certification Program results in the designation Certified Acutonics® Practitioner which indicates the student has achieved a high level of training and demonstrated their mastery of this modality. Look for this service mark which is awarded to our student along with their certificates of completion.
"It was a gift to learn from a teacher (Sue Wadden) who has so much knowledge of classical acupuncture. I can now use tuning forks on my patients who prefer not to have needles."