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Tuning Fork Healing

The purpose of this group is to network & communicate with tuning fork practictioners and those interested

Location: Lockport, NY
Members: 38
Latest Activity: Apr 26

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Comment by Diedre Seeley on October 29, 2010 at 6:25am
Rhonda, by the way, I am a certified BioSonic Repatterning educator. I incorporate sound healing in my acupressure sessions.
Comment by Diedre Seeley on October 29, 2010 at 6:25am
John Beaulieu, who created these types of forks, has online/home study course. I highly recommend it. Email me at DMountaindove@aol.com and I'll gi veyou more info, Rhonda.
Comment by Rhonda Holt on May 23, 2010 at 5:23pm
can someone tell me where i can learn how to use tuning forks in indianapolis, indiana. peace
Comment by Nancy Hardesty on December 11, 2009 at 11:50am
Thanks for the welcome. I have a set of tuning forks and find it very interesting when I incorporate them in Reiki sessions. They have helped relieve headaches almost immediately.
Comment by Sharonlee Cummins on November 17, 2009 at 4:28pm
Greatings all! I use tuning forks and crystal bowls in my practice. Both four leged and two legeds love it.
Comment by Mary Ann Vaughn, HHP, LE, NCBTMB on November 15, 2009 at 9:01pm
I am excited to find this group of sound healers!
I am an Acutonic's instructor in Southern CA. I give courses in the Acutonic's
system throughout the year. Please look at www.acutonics.com to find out more about this turning fork system. It has changed my life for sure.
I use it my massage/skin care practice and recently in a rehab (drug/alcohol)
program. The possibilities are endless.
Comment by Mary Ellen Derwis-Balaz on October 18, 2009 at 10:29am
I have been using them for 15 years in my practice. I just ordered a set based on the taoist pentatonic scale so that i can integrate it into my Chi Nei Tsang abdominal chi massage practice. I have been working with whole notes for years in Chakra therapy but have chosen to now explore the sharps and their realtionship to the five elemental forces in taoist massage. (fire,water,wood,metal,earth) I just did a podcast with the owner of Vital Choice Health food http://vchoiceblog.com It contains a basic introduction to taoist cosmoloty and chi nei tsang. Check it out!
Comment by Kari Stewart on October 16, 2009 at 11:21am
I have a 5 yr old little boy. Everytime he is in my studio the first thing he does is head for the tuning forks....he LOVES them. It's no wonder, little ones are balls of pure energy. I'm new to this group and excited to hear how other therapist are using the tuning forks....Have a great weekend everyone!
Comment by Monica A. Roberson on October 8, 2009 at 10:03pm
hello diane...how did you incorporate tuning forks into your massage..and how was the response?
Comment by Shawn Maria Brinza on October 6, 2009 at 7:22pm
Diane, your practice sounds very much your own colloge of beautiful energy. I hope your planning on attending the World Massage Festival in Ky in June. I would love to meet you,
 

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