*How to tap and hold a tuning fork
*How to choose a tool to tap a tuning fork
*Tips for holding a tuning forks easier
*How to hold two or more tuning forks
*7 chakra healing
*Exercises to explore your inner world and spiritual path

Course curriculum

  1. 1
    • Introduction

    • how to hold a tuning fork

    • How to tap a tuning fork

    • How to choose a tool to tap a tuning fork

    • Tips for holding a tuning forks easier

    • How to hold two or more tuning forks

    • 7 chakra healing

    • Exercise to feel the tuning fork itself

    • Learning and awareness sharing form.


Satoru Hoshikawa

Sound healing artist
Owner of sound healing shop

When I was a student, I was interested in British art and music.
So I went to the Devon School of Guitar Making in the UK and learned how to make stringed musical instruments from Mr. Chris Eccleshall who made guitars and basses for David Bowie, Pete Townshend, Rory Gallagher, Paul Weller, Peter hook etc.
Chris used to work at W.E. Hill & Sons (a famous violin dealer and maker) , so I was able to learn about many types of stringed musical instruments.

I lived two years in Totnes, southwest of England, which is known as a transition town (which aims to increase self-sufficiency to reduce the potential effects of peak oil, climate destruction, and economic instability).
There are quite many people who are interested in healing, spirituality, organic, vegetarians. And I was influenced by them, then became a vegetarian and started learning about healing.

After coming back to Japan, I love music and healing, so I started a shop of sound healing tools, such as tuning forks, singing bowls, tingshaws, energy chimes, and also healing wand (magic wand). I have supplied them to more than 6000 people since 2009.

I create music and videos of the cosmic octave (a theory to convert the orbital period of the planets into sound frequency and BPM). And I also design and carve healing wands.

I keep on learning music, guitar from Paul Gilbert (Mr. BIG), bass from Kai Eckhardt (bassist of John McLaughlin Trio), Kanjira (south Indian percussion) from Ganesh Kumar.
I put the essence of what I learned from them in this course.

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