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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 Diane McCarter on October 5, 2009 at 11:52pm
Just joined the group. I use tuning forks in my practice . I'm an R.P.P.(registered polarity practitioner and a certified craniosacral therapist. Sound is another vibration and I use the tuning forks to augment the energy from my hands. Also as I'm very audio, I like to use a lot of sound (and movement as I come from a dance background) including toning in my practice. I call it biosonics. I studied Music and Sound in the Healing Arts (including tuning forks and more) with John Beaulieu who heads the Polarity School in New York. He is awesome. Don't have his website on hand but if you're at all interested check him out. I received all of my training and experience in Los Angeles.
Looking forward to more communication but it's getting late here.
Ciao for now
Comment by Shawn Maria Brinza on September 12, 2009 at 5:40pm
I do not practice this yet,,, but I find it really interesting. I hope to see you all at the Festival in KY in June. I'd like to learn more.
Comment by Alicia Barrera-Warwick,HHP,LE on September 9, 2009 at 6:57pm
Hello! Nothing to do with tuning forks technique, but have you ever had someone take/steel any of your forks? I did last year and boy, I was shocked. Since I am located inside a hotel a majority of clients are one hit wonders so I guess I shouldn't be too shocked!
 

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