Acutonics® Canada

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Acutonics is a system of energetic medicine that uses tuning forks of various frequencies to access and transform the body’s energetic system. It is a deeply harmonic approach that is based on sound vibration. This unique modality integrates the ancient Taoist teachings about the meridians, pre-meridians, and the immaterial body with the knowledge of Oriental Medicine, Cosmological Studies, Depth Psychology, Contemporary Science, and Sound Healing principals.

Teachers

Theresa Lee Morris

Having a passion for learning and a natural curiosity about the inter-connectedness of all things led Theresa to Acutonics and a world of Tuning Forks, Singing Bowls and Gongs. This dynamic and powerful system of vibrational medicine has transformed Theresa’s life and inspired her to become a Certified Practitioner and Senior Faculty Teacher for the Acutonics Institute of Integrative Medicine.

In 2013 Theresa created the Kootenay Sound Healing Centre, with treatment rooms, teaching space and accommodation for students.

Theresa has been teaching Acutonics® classes since 2013, creating a growing community of sound healing practitioners from all around the world. Her students include acupuncturists, doctors, nurses, hospice workers, physiotherapists, chiropractors, social workers, massage therapists, Reki and other forms of energy medicine.

William Morris, PhD DAOM

Will is one of the world’s leading experts on pulse diagnosis with more than 45,000 patient visits using acupuncture, herbs and nutrition with astrological considerations.

He has authored or co-authored five books including Li Shi-zhen Pulse Studies: An Illustrated Guide, TCM Case Studies: Dermatology, Reiki Hands That heal, Transformation: Treating Trauma with Acupuncture and Herbs, plus Cycles in Medical Astrology.

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Will Morris is the president emeritus of AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine, a regionally accredited level IV doctoral degree granting institution. He has developed three doctoral programs in Chinese medicine and has developed two institutional review boards for overseeing human subjects research.