This course examines the textures of disease and the pathology of many of the most current and least understood illnesses of our time. We will explore the epistemology and etiology of a disease from an Eastern and Western biomedical model, and examine common pathologies encountered in clinical practice.
DFWA edition of this class: You will learn suggested treatment protocols as starting sessions using Acutonics Integrative Medicine to balance and harmonize the disease process. Watch the picture slides below for the subject areas. All clincial applications are provided on Google Classroom for you to download and have for future reference as you encouter clients with various imbalances.
This class is full of information but allows for a hands- on practicum the final day of class using distance techniques using one of the many suggestions presented over the weekend. At DFWA, you will give and receive a practicum on Day 3 in a zoom breakout room with a partner.
Prerequisites: Acutonics Levels I, II & III, IV.
Required for practitioner certification.
Central Time Zone
Course Length: 3-Day Class
Prerequisites: Acutonics Level I: Sound Gates to Meridian Harmonics , Acutonics Level II: Higher Harmonics and the Inner Nature of Tone , Acutonics Level III: Harmonic Attunement , Acutonics Level IV: Advanced Harmonic Applications , Acutonics Level IX: Sedna Superconductor helpful but not required
This class must be taught by Senior Acutonics Faculty. Mary Burke-Kelly is the only Senior Faculty in the State of Texas. This class can be taken out of order after the core classes of Levels I-IV are completed. Pathology class is required for Acutonics Practitioner Certification.
There are no new tools associated with this class for purchase.