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Sound touch Healing Arts



Janie Keilwitz, RN, MN, BSN is a registered nurse with a masters degree in cardiovascular physiology.

Her 39 years of nursing experience ranges from Intensive/Coronary and Heart Transplant Unit nursing to cardiopulmonary rehabilitation and preventative cardiology.  She's practiced Acutonics for more then

15 years and effectively blends principals of traditional western medicine, eastern medicine and the healing aspects of sound to provide a profound healing experience.


American Heart Association

Cardiovascular Preventative Nursing Association

American Holistic Nurses Association

Whidbey Island Holistic Health Association


Women Making A Difference Award (2011)

Soroptimist Northwest Regional Program-Award (2014)

Ruby Award (2014)

Island County "Health Hero" Award (2014)

Soroptimist International Program-Award nominee (2014, Canada)

BEnefits of Sound Healing

Restores health, well being and balance throughout the body

Relieves pain and swelling

Increases joint flexibility, movement and range of motion

Decreases muscle/joint tension and stiffness

Improves circulation and lymphatic flow

Strengthens the immune system

Improves digestion and elimination of wastes and toxins

Provides relief from contipation and of gastrointestinal symptoms.

Helps the body recover from illness, traumas, surgeries and invasive medical treatments.

Increases energy, vitality, clarity, creativity and intuition

Improves posture and assists body to it's proper alignment

Stimulates and strengthens internal organs

Calms the nervous system, reduces stress symptoms and promotes deep relaxation

Promotes deep, restful sleep

Reconnects the body, mind and spirit

After a running injury I thought my running days were over until I went to see Janie.  After several treatments, Janie's deep understanding and gentle  application of Accutonics helped me heal and get me back into running.  I was a bit of a skeptic at first but after the first visit I could not believe the difference.  The tuning forks and acupressure points create a vibration that releases tension and allows healing to occur. It's pretty amazing and I love that it's non invasive!

—  Donna k.


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