Want a natural approach to calm those frazzled nerves? If you can't handle the thought of being perforated by needles, but are intrigued by the holistic approach of acupuncture, you might find Acutonics more appealing.
The sessions involve "sound healing", a therapy that works by stimulating pressure points. It activates the same areas as acupuncture, only instead of needles, the treatment uses vibrations from a tuning fork. To create various levels of stimulation, the fork vibrates at different intensities.
The treatment can be used from head to toe, so don't worry about putting on your doctor undies. You can remain fully clothed and puncture-free as you're melodically whisked into utter bliss and tranquility.
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Acutonics Sound Healing
- By: BiancaOct 30, 2007