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Acutonics Sound Healing Levels II and III at Kootenay Bay

Below is Osamu Moriyama’s diary of his experience earlier this year at the Acutonics Levels II and III workshops, which were led by Theresa Lee and Ron LaPlace in Kootenay Bay, British Columbia, Canada. Osamu is a sound healer and certified Acutonics practitioner, as well as a Reiki healer, musician, and shaman. (This is a slightly edited version of Osamu’s blog, the original of which can be found at: motherearthsound.com.)
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Acutonics Institute of Integrative Medicine, located in Llano New Mexico, is pleased to announce the launch of their new website on June 16, 2015 to continue to spread the popularity of Acutonics nationally and internationally.
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The Wu Project was founded by Senior Acutonics faculty member Dr. Alicia Villamarin and her colleague Dr. Maria Romero to bring healthcare and hope to impoverished areas of the world. They recently completed their first mission to Upper Mustang, Nepal.
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"I have had a series of customized mini facials (facial soundscapes) that have given me both immediate and long lasting results. I especially wanted to address a sense of congestion I felt in my face – what felt like stagnant energy that I had not been able to shift with any other modality. The tuning forks “woke up” my face, reducing puffiness and improving my complexion. I saw results from the first treatment. A wonderful added benefit is the sense of deep relaxation and stress relief that accompanies "

- Blair, Santa Fe