Littleton

LITTLETON, COLORADO


 

Nasiri, Suzan

Owner - Sounds Like Health

Executive Director Pathways for Veterans Research Center - Littleton, CO


Nasiri is a Clairvoyant, Minister, Spiritual healer, Earth Steward and Life Transitions Coach.  She’s led workshops on transformation for over 25 years and helped others develop their intuition, identify strengths and weaknesses, embrace health and wellness, and identify and live their passionate life.

Nasiri’s worked with Navajo and Lakota medicine people to ‘make the medicine’ and provide leadership for sweat lodge and vision quest ceremonies.

Siri is a practitioner and instructor for the Acutonics System of Harmonic Medicine (sound and vibrational healing), as well as a practitioner and instructor of Attunement (vibrational medicine and the Endocrine System).


Sounds Like Health is a combination of sound (using tuning forks, bowls, chimes and other sound instruments, including voice) working with the endocrine system.  Tuning forks are placed on the glands and in the energetic field of the chakras to create a balancing and clearing in the emotional, physical and energetic bodies of the individual.  The second level works on the skeletal structure and the bone marrow which carries the DNA, past life issues and can carry codes for life threatening or terminal illness.  Nasiri created this modality, is author of the forthcoming book, “Sounds Like Health,” and is traveling and teaching nationally and internationally.

 

Veteran Research Studies

We are looking for a group of veterans who are willing to fully participate in an 8-week research study using the latest and most advanced alternative healing modalities at Sounds Like Health. Your participation and results have the potential to positively impact tens of thousands of veterans. The purpose of these research trials are to provide Pathways for Veterans and Sounds Like Health real time Intel regarding the benefits of sound healing, in conjunction with RestStation™ therapy, in reducing anxiety, stress and insomnia. These symptoms are considered to be underlying causes of the larger diagnosis commonly known as PTSD.  We are reaching out to Littleton, Colorado area veterans, who currently receive their VA medical benefits, for their opinion and recommendations based on their own sound healing and RestStation™ experiences. If you are a veteran and are interested in participating in an 8-Week research study, fill out the preregistration form below and a member of our staff will get in touch with you shortly.

 

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