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A fundamental Principal of sound healing is that physical, emotional, and mental symptoms are being generated by an underlying energy field. Thus, if we change the energy field, then the physical, emotional, and mental behavior patterns will also change.

Dr John Beaulieu, ND, PHD. 

Your brain communicates with your internal organs muscles and cells through your nervous system. Specific functions of your body have their own specific frequency, when injury or illness occurs in the body, your brain sends a signal through your central nervous system to tell the cells what to do to heal the illness or injury. When that signal is blocked or reduced because of muscle tension, other injuries, decreased immune function, or other imbalances in your body, healing can be slowed or halted entirely.

Tuning forks can be used to mimic the necessary frequency allowing the cells to do what needs to be done to heal your body.   

Weighted tuning forks can also be applied to specific acupressure points throughout your body to stimulate healing of specific illnesses or to promote overall balance and wellbeing. 

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What is Tuning Fork Therapy?

Like adjusting a musical instrument our body can be tuned to create optimal balance. During a Tuning Fork Therapy® session the tuning forks are used above the body, on nerve points along the spine, and applied to acu-points throughout the body to create balance, relax muscles, increase immune system function, alleviate pain, soothe and balance the nervous system, increase brain function, relieve stress, clear and balance chakras, and clear stagnant energy from the body.

I first experienced tuning fork therapy myself when I was 13, the forks were used on me to rebalance my energy after I was diagnosed with A.D.D. and to alleviate the side effects from the medication i was on, these weekly "tuneups" were so helpful that years later as an adult I became a certified Tuning Fork Therapy® practitioner and Teacher myself, and i continue to train in multiple areas of sound therapy and Nada yoga, the yoga of sound.     

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