Erin Taylor began her studies at the University of Calgary in 1994, where she received a BSC in Kinesiology. Her interest in the physical body was the beginning of her journey. Understanding that the physical body was one expression of the entirety of being along with a deep curiosity led her into the study of traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture in 2004. During this time, Erin worked as a teacher, clinical supervisor and TCM doctor at the Calgary College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture.
Erin’s journey, however, did not end there. Inspired and curious to understand how and where it all began, the nature of reality and asking the question who are we really are, she was led toward the study of vibration, frequency and sound. Through research and practice of self inquiry, she began to experience the depth of sound and vibration and the places it can point consciousness. Through this she was able to experience the web of interconnectedness between life and how sound could help facilitate this perception of the reality. This led Erin to study the Acutonics® system. Acutonics is a system of vibrational sound healing rooted in Oriental Medicine and philosophy that utilizes tuning forks, symphonic gongs tuned to the planets, asteroids, sun and moon. Acutonics re-establishes harmonic resonance and a coherence between body, mind and soul. It weaves these three parts together in a pattern that establishes harmony and wholeness.
Erin understands the depth and the power of this healing modality and has fully integrated sound healing into her practice. She is presently a certified Acutonics teacher and certified to teach Level I-IX, Points and Meridians, and Evolution of Consciousness.
Presently Erin is working on a PhD in Integrative Medicine from the Quantum University which is deepening her understanding of sound and the importance of an integrative approach in medicine at this time.
"I have experienced both immediate physical and continued, profound deep changes with Acutonics. Immediate, obvious physical changes include ongoing relief from arthritis in my hands that had literally bent a few of my fingers to the side, release of continual, deeply held stress in my body, lightening of my worries, relief from long-standing sciatica pain, lowering of my blood pressure, and TMJ release. The more subtle … change is a deep, sustained, slow building inner calm."
- Barbara Galbraith, Nashville, TN