Acutonics Institute of Integrative Medicine

Profiles

Molly K Smith, BS, LMT Acutonics Student Feature

Molly K Smith, BS, LMT Acutonics Student Feature

1 Mar, 2017
Molly has completed the first four levels of Acutonics with Donna Carey and Ellen Franklin at the Mothership here in New Mexico. Molly loves the outdoors, the mountains, rivers and hot springs, which drew her to Big Sky Montana in 2009, to practice massage and take advantage of the natural world, exploring the Rocky Mountains and learning to ski. In 2012, Molly moved to Bozeman and started her own massage practice.
Paul and Jude Ponton—Their Journey in Sound

Paul and Jude Ponton—Their Journey in Sound

1 Feb, 2017
“Acutonics is more than what we do,” say Jude and Paul Ponton, “it’s who we are.”
Student Feature: Roderick Oknich Certified Acutonics® Practitioner

Student Feature: Roderick Oknich Certified Acutonics® Practitioner

1 Feb, 2017
Roderick is newly certified as an Acutonics Practitioner. He began his studies in November 2013, with Barrie C. Andrews in Questa, New Mexico. Roderick completed Acutonics Levels I – IV, and Point and Meridians, with Barrie and began assisting Barrie in the community Acutonics clinics held in her center, OCHO, an art, event and teaching space. Roderick completed his Acutonics studies at the Mothership. Where in addition to the core curriculum he completed 3 electives, Harmonic Geometry: The Fibonacci Process with Ron LaPlace, Evolution of Consciousness with Erin Taylor, and the NSEV: Non Somatic Extraordinary Vessels with Alicia Villamarin.
Certified Acutonics® Practitioner Profile: Laurie McDonald

Certified Acutonics® Practitioner Profile: Laurie McDonald

1 Jan, 2017
Every first and third Thursday of the month, Certified Acutonics® Practitioner Laurie McDonald and her acupuncturist colleague Terrie Harris hold a free Women Veterans Clinic at the headquarters of Acupuncturists Without Borders in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Terrie started the clinic three years ago and asked Laurie to join during the fall of 2015. Participants sit in chairs arranged in a circle, and Terrie inserts five needles into each person’s ears, a protocol for stress and PTSD known as NADA.
Jude and Paul’s  Excellent Acutonics Adventure

Jude and Paul’s Excellent Acutonics Adventure

1 Jan, 2017
In 1996 we had been working as clinical faculty at Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental medicine (NIAOM) in Seattle for several years. We thought of ourselves as fairly mainstream practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). It was about that time that the school hired Donna Carey to be the new Clinical Director. To welcome her and find out more about our new boss, we took her to lunch. In sharing our backgrounds with each other, we learned that Donna had been employing the use of sound, in her prior practice in Wisconsin. Our interest was stimulated by her description of the use of tuning forks to stimulate acupuncture points. We asked her about receiving treatment with sound so we could have a first hand experience of the sound work. So began our excellent Acutonics adventure.
Profile Lynn Wedekind, Certified Acutonics Practitioner & Senior Faculty

Profile Lynn Wedekind, Certified Acutonics Practitioner & Senior Faculty

1 Jan, 2017
Whether known as teacher, sound practitioner, professional musician, composer, vocalist, wellness specialist, or ceremonialist, Lynn is committed to bring healing heart-by-heart, to assist in creating harmony and peace on the planet.
Acutonics Student Feature: Dori Miller

Acutonics Student Feature: Dori Miller

1 Dec, 2016
Dori Miller began her studies in 2005 with Maren Good in Westfield, NJ. She completed Acutonics I, II, III, IV and Sedna with Maren and has also studied with Ron La Place (Fibonacci). A senior at Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, she is currently applying to graduate schools to obtain her Masters in Fine Arts.
Maren Good Uses Acutonics To Help People Listen to Themselves and Others

Maren Good Uses Acutonics To Help People Listen to Themselves and Others

1 Dec, 2016
“I’m a mystic born into a scientific environment,” says Maren Good, who indeed grew up in an area that uniquely blended the mundane (the natural beauty of Richland, Washington), the ulramundane (her own inner world, which gravitated toward the planets and the unexplained), and the übermundane—1950s America.
Student Feature: Amanda Simon, Acutonics Student from the UK visits the Mothership

Student Feature: Amanda Simon, Acutonics Student from the UK visits the Mothership

1 Nov, 2016
Recently Amada Simon was here visiting from England. Coming to the Mothership was a focal point as she planned a yearlong retreat to focus on sculpture, drawing and writing. Her stops in the US included a trip to New York, time here in New Mexico, and then on to Texas, South America and many other parts of the world. Amanda is a student of Joanie Solaini and she has completed Acutonics Level I & II.
Judy Bernard: There Before Acutonics Was Even Acutonics

Judy Bernard: There Before Acutonics Was Even Acutonics

1 Nov, 2016
If it hadn’t been for the burning rice fields in Chico, California, Judy Bernard might never have gotten into Acutonics. Mm, probably an over exaggeration. But when your eventual profession isn’t even a profession, when it’s not a major and it’s still in its infancy, when it doesn’t yet have a name, chances are you’re gonna find your way to it in a rather circuitous-fortuitous manner. The way Judy Bernard did.

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