Combining both analytical and intuitive energies to form a comprehensive view of healthful living, DAY ACHESON has an uncanny ability to work with many illnesses and disease. Either alone or combined with other medical practices, his work can help create more healthful living.
DAY has been a student of health in both Eastern and Western medical practices for decades. He has sharpened his analytical skills via his beginnings in Mechanical Engineering and Geophysics, then through the detailed anatomical studies of Neuromuscular and Craniosacral therapies. He has sharpened his intuitive skills via his studies of Acupuncture, Shiatsu, Jin Shin Jyutsu practices and his personal practice of Taiji martial arts. Through the experiences in these studies, his current treatment sessions combine a cooperative balance of Eastern and Western views of health and balance in life.
Day has been a practitioner of Jin Shin since 1995, and is a Jin Shin Jyutsu Institute authorized self-help instructor.
Day has been a practitioner of Zen Bodytherapy since 1994 including the Triggerpoint Anatomy practice of the International Zentherapy Institute of Hawaii.
Day has been a practitioner of Craniosacral therapy since 1998 via the Upledger Institute of Florida.
Day has been a practitioner of Neuromuscular therapy since 1992.
His speaking engagements of note include presentations at the High Touch Acupressure Annual Conferences in Friday Harbor, WA; the True North Annual Health Conferences in Falmouth, ME; and the Canyon Ranch Health Resort in Lenox, MA.
DAY has recently moved his current practice of 22 years from Massachusetts to Manchester, VT with an office at 7254 Main Street, Manchester, VT 05255. He can be reached via the Contact page (see above).
7254 Main Street
Manchester, VT 05255