Acutonics Institute of Integrative Medicine

Profiles

Faculty Profile - Maren Good, MA, LMT, Senior Licensed Acutonics Faculty

Faculty Profile - Maren Good, MA, LMT, Senior Licensed Acutonics Faculty

2 Sep, 2021
“After discovering Acutonics 18 years ago, and teaching for 16 of those years, this is truly a testament to the power of this work. It has changed my life, and touches all those who have experienced some aspect of it. It has been an amazing journey and so it continues!” – Maren Good
Sheila Fox, Acutonics® Student Profile

Sheila Fox, Acutonics® Student Profile

14 Jun, 2021
Acutonics® frequencies are timeless tones, I could just listen to them forever. I want to communicate in their language, have conversations in tones and colors. They express so much more. I love the vastness, depth and breadth of the arts and sciences, myth and TCM coming altogether. It speaks to individual and collective creativity and offers the practitioner and client so many ways to receive. – Sheila Fox
Student Profile: Cassandra Koutouridis, Brisbane, Australia

Student Profile: Cassandra Koutouridis, Brisbane, Australia

29 Mar, 2021
Over the past year, as so many of us have been in lockdown, one of the unexpected pleasures has been the opportunity to get to know students from around the globe as they participate in Free Acutonics® Forums and classes that are now being offered live on Zoom. Cassandra from Brisbane, Australia has been among those students. Her sense of purpose, passion and commitment to deepen her understanding of the Acutonics methodology has been seen in her enthusiastic engagement with other students and her willingness to jump into classes even in the wee hours of the morning. I have really enjoyed her bright presence as I’ve gotten to know her through the wonders of technology.
Marcy J. L’Hommedieu, LAc, Certified Acutonics® Practitioner

Marcy J. L’Hommedieu, LAc, Certified Acutonics® Practitioner

9 Feb, 2021
Marcy was born on February 16 on what her mother informed her was the coldest day of the year, she was raised in Hartley, a small rural farming town in Northwest Iowa, “The town with the Heart”, she states. She loved the outdoors and self describes her young years as a tom boy, who spent time among the trees. “I had a favorite cedar tree where I spent many afternoons.”
Acutonics® Student Profile - Lisa Werness, Durham, NC

Acutonics® Student Profile - Lisa Werness, Durham, NC

19 Nov, 2020
It has been a pleasure to get to know Lisa Werness. She began her Acutonics studies with Dahvid Weiss in North Carolina and then made the journey to New Mexico to study with us at the Mothership. She also completed the Astrology and Acutonics elective with Will Morris. More recently, Lisa joined us in our grand new adventure in live distance learning on Zoom. It has been a pleasure to get to know her and to see the way her knowledge of this medicine has grown and been integrated into her life and clinical work. Lisa has provided this profile of her life and work.
Acutonics® Student Profile, Susan Rose Heidl aka QZ

Acutonics® Student Profile, Susan Rose Heidl aka QZ

8 Sep, 2020
QZ Heidl, lives in Crawford Bay, British Columbia, Canada. She has completed all of her core-courses, and more than 100 clinic hours with Theresa Lee as well as multiple electives including Harmonic Geometry the Fibonacci Process with Ron LaPlace and Erin Taylor and Sound Healing and Astrology with Will Morris. QZ has also participated in our free online forums and I’ve had a chance to talk with her about her ambitious vision for her thesis project, the only remaining requirement for Acutonics Certification.
A Conversation with Jill Keene Certified Acutonics® Practitioner

A Conversation with Jill Keene Certified Acutonics® Practitioner

25 Jun, 2020
Jill Keene our most recently Certified Acutonics® Practitioner began her Acutonics studies with Katie Mink and Laurie Herron in June of 2014, and throughout that year she quickly followed with Level II, III and IV, completing all course work and electives in 2019. I had the pleasure of meeting Jill many years ago at Acutonics Camp in Mt. Shasta and her passion for this work and desire to serve the greater community in any way she could was remarkable. Laurie Herron beautifully articulates my experience of Jill with these words: “I have found Jill to be a deep well that others may draw upon. She shares herself freely with us and our community. Her passion for learning and healing is only surpassed by her desire to be of service. To me she is “Golden”.
Donna Nesteruk, LAc, Acutonics Faculty Profile

Donna Nesteruk, LAc, Acutonics Faculty Profile

11 Apr, 2020
Donna Nesteruk a native New Yorker was born in Brooklyn and lived in Queens until she was a young teen when her family moved from the city to Long Island. “At the time Long Island was still very rural and it was a complete culture shock to move from Queens to the potato fields of Long Island”. Today, Donna still lives on Long Island where she practices acupuncture and Acutonics® and teaches Acutonics I & II and Points and Meridians.
Rick Babington, Acutonics Student Profile

Rick Babington, Acutonics Student Profile

27 Feb, 2020
Rick Babington is an advanced student of Acutonics® he began his studies in 2010, and most recently I had the opportunity to work with him when he traveled to the UK to take the Unwinding Trauma class that I taught there. I suspect he felt drawn to this class in part because it gave him an opportunity to explore his British and Scotch/Irish heritage, as he related to me it feels quite natural to wear a kilt.
Student Profile - Amanda Simon, Acutonics® Intern

Student Profile - Amanda Simon, Acutonics® Intern

1 Dec, 2019
Although Amanda Simon is based in the United Kingdom, she has made many trips to the Mothership in New Mexico to complete her course work since beginning her Acutonics studies with Joanie Solaini in England in 2016. Currently, she is visiting with us to work on her thesis, her last remaining requirement to become a Certified Acutonics® Practitioner. Traveling to the US is not a hardship for Amanda as she has come to love the Southwestern United States, the people, light, indigenous cultures and wide open spaces. She has already forged many bonds of friendship with people in New Mexico.

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