Tomoko Mays, HHP, SHP
Tomoko is a certified Sound Healing Practitioner, a board certified Holistic Health Practitioner, certified HeartMath® practitioner, PSYCH-K® facilitator, Yoga/QiGong Practitioner, life/health coach, and speaker. Tomoko works individually with clients as well as in group settings. She has given presentations as part of the Healing Services Ground Rounds at the Cleveland Clinic and Holistic Nurse First Annual Conference hosted by Valley Hospital. She has been working with Holistic Center at St. Joseph Regional Hospital. She has worked with veterans and cancer survivors and has appeared on the radio talk show.
She helps people heal, transform, and awake to their soul's calling. Tomoko’s holistic, intuitive, and multidimensional approach integrates your body, mind, heart, and soul. She works with you to heal and release what keeps you small, limited, or stuck, so you can step into your light and live the life you desire.
Her spiritual background includes yoga (union), buddhism and metaphysics. Throughout her life anytime something looked as though life was taking her one way, the right door would open and she’d walk right through it. She remained in faith.
Tomoko has over 14 years of Clinical Research experience in Oncology, Hematology, and Central Nervous System (CNS).
- Board Certified Sound Healing Practitioner from the Atma Buti – Sound and Vibrational School, Board of Occupational Schools Department of Higher Education Certified in the State of Colorado
- Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner from The American Association of Drugless Practitioners (A.A.D.P)
- Doctorate & PhD in Natural Medicine Candidate at The International Quantum University for Integrative Medicine
- HeartMath® Certified Practitioner
- BCH degree in Holistic Health Sciences from The International Quantum University for Integrative Medicine
- BM in Professional Music from The Berklee College of Music
- PSYCH-K® facilitator
- Qi Gong Practitioner
- Reiki / Reconnective Healing® Practitioner
September 5, 2017 by Spandana aka Tomoko
The benefits of singing bowls are many. From reducing anxiety levels to controlling stress to lowering blood pressure and even soothing pain, a singing bowl can do many good things for your health. Why is this possible? Because they produce a number of harmonic tones that help in stimulating the healing process in the human body. There no doubts the fact that singing bowls are great for your health!
August 26, 2017 by Spandana aka Tomoko
Modern science is proving to us that whole existence is just a reverberation. Where there is reverberation, there is bound to be sound. So the whole existence is sound.
July 22, 2016 by Spandana aka Tomoko
What is meditation? The purpose of, if we have to look at the purpose… if you sit in meditation slowly it will become like this: your body’s here, your mind is out there, what is you are somewhere else. Once these three things are happening separately, once there is a space between you and the body, between you and the mind – this is the end of suffering.
Once the fear of suffering is taken away, only then you will keep your instinct of self-preservation down; otherwise, you won’t keep it down. As long as the fear of suffering is there, you will not keep the instinct of self-preservation down.
June 25, 2017 by Spandana aka Tomoko
To honor International Yoga Day, the group of yoga warriors (“Yoga Veeras”) from Isha USA got together on a large scale to surprise and amuse the general public with yoga postures with fun music at Time SQ, Brooklyn Bridge, Subway stations in New York City and Jersey City!
May 7, 2017 by TSM Healing Center
This year the 10th of May, a special full moon day, is called Buddha Purnami in India. This is the day Gautama, the Buddha got enlighten.
April 22, 2017 by Isha Foundation
Sadhguru on the geometry of the human energy system and the journey from conclusions to confusion to consciousness.
How Your Energy System and Imagination are Connected
April 02, 2017 by Isha Foundation
Sadhguru tells us about the chakras or junction points of nadis, and explains the significance of the fundamental seven chakras.
There are too much of chakra talk going on everywhere. Especially in the West, wherever you go, there are "wheel alignment centers" where they "align" your chakras and this and that. From yoga studios to chiropractics, everybody is talking about it these days. That has become the fashion.
At a recent conversation with students of IIT Delhi, Sadhguru fields a question on student stress and dealing with addictions.
Sadhguru discusses the 5 elements of creation and the importance of purifying them within the body. This purification process, called Bhuta Shuddhi, allows one to get to the root of the karmic imprint.