Releasing Stuck Energy
An Astrological / Sound Healing Journey
Your horoscope is a map reflecting the exact positions of the heavenly bodies at the time of your birth and indicates your potential gifts, challenges, and opportunities in this life. Another way of looking at your natal chart is as a collection of resources you have within you to do good in this world.
Identifying where you are losing energy to stuck, dysfunctional patterns and upgrading those attitudes and behaviors to their more evolved expression is the essence of this therapy.
My intention in massage has always been to enhance the flow of chi (natural healing energy) through focused bodywork and energy balancing. I incorporate elements of Shiatsu, Polarity, Reiki and Traditional Chinese Medicine into every massage.
Since 2005, I have been studying and practicing Acutonics – a system of sound healing that uses tuning forks to stimulate meridian points (acupuncture points) with sound vibration. This treatment corrects the imbalances in the body’s electrical/energetic system, producing profound results in treating a variety of physical and emotional conditions. This results in a body that is better able to heal itself and maintain health by allowing the body’s natural healing energy to circulate freely.
All the frequencies generated by the Acutonics sound tools are scientifically derived from the orbital properties of the heavenly bodies, which give us musical intervals, archetypes and alchemical correspondences. The human body, being approximately 70% water, is a natural resonator for sound vibration.
A single session will involve a consultation to identify the client’s goals, a review of the client’s astrological chart and a combination of Acutonics work and hands-on massage. One or two follow-up sessions may be appropriate and can be purchased as a package.
The initial session is two hours. Follow up sessions can be ninety minutes or two hours.
At least forty-eight hours between sessions.
To construct the chart, Date, Time, and Place of Birth are essential and must be provided a minimum of 48 hours prior to the initial appointment.