News: June 2019.

Summer Self-Care Tips July 2019

Summer is here, the element is fire and it rules our hearts. The Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year, brought an incredible amount of light to Earth. This flood of light illuminates the dark spots within us, that remain hidden and are ready to be healed. This time can be especially challenging when we don’t know what to do or how to even approach our personal healing work. Yet, our heart calls us to do the work and to live from our heart space.
Acutonics Student Profile – Keith Foley-Chell

Keith is a Cancerian born in Southwark, London on July 12, 1950. I was privileged to have a safe and secure childhood with loving parents, a lovely sister and my black Labrador dog, Jess. As an early teenager I loved being a boy scout. It truly was a time of innocence, wonder and adventure.
Summer Solstice: Forks, Frequencies and Seasonal Rituals

The practical use of Acutonics® for the summer solstice is what this article is about. As for the subject of predictions, there are readily available sources, so we won’t do that here. This is about ritual and treatment… Let’s get down to it!
The Heart, The Field and Infinite Possibilities

Although we have written about bringing awareness to the field of the heart in the past this month we return to this topic because, as we increase our experience of heart-centered awareness during Acutonics sessions, we continue to be awe struck by the power of this practice.
Self-Care Affirmations to Enter into Summer’s Fire

The growth and energy of Spring brings the joy and dance of Summer’s Fire. Self-care is an important key to enable us to dance in joy. Fill yourself up, so you can receive and give. Here are some suggestions for sessions that do just that.

"It was such a pleasure to learn about Acutonics at the TCM Kongress in Rothenburg! I was sceptical at first, but completely sold on the approach by lunchtime on Saturday. And that was before I experienced a treatment! I have been doing nothing but Acutonics since my return home - patients, family, friends, colleagues - no one is safe! What I have observed so far is that 1) it makes people very happy and 2) they find it very relaxing. I look forward to following through to observe the effects on symptoms"

- Beverley de Valois, PhD LicAc FBAcC, Northwood, UK