In order to deal with some personal health problems, Kali began experimenting with sound as a medium for healing in 2017. Initially intrigued by a meditation track designed in part by near-death experiencer Eben Alexander, Kali then began working on chanting as a means of relaxation and self-awareness, drawing inspiration from authors such as Laurel Elizabeth Keyes and Jonathan and Andi Goldman. Impressed by Goldman's landmark book Healing Sounds, she has since become a proficient overtone singer herself, finding it a powerful way to connect body and spirit.
Initially cynical about the use of tuning forks in sound therapy, Kali was won over by the work of John Beaulieu, and especially the newer methodology of Eileen McKusick, whose practical and well-articulated approach appealed to her own pragmatic nature. A first Biofield Tuning session in Australia in late 2017 took Kali by surprise with it's efficacy and depth, and she signed up to study it at a course the following month. Led by the inimitable Toni Cross, head of Biofield Tuning Australia, Kali became proficient in the fundamental techniques of the method, spent nearly a year refining them back in Japan throughout 2018, and returned to Australia again to become certified as a practitioner.
Since 2019, Kali has been offering Biofield Tuning to friends and acquaintances as the only practitioner of the method in Japan. While it's effectiveness for herself is self-evident to her, Kali has also seen effects on others ranging from intense emotional release to recovery of lost memories to generally increased productivity. The soothing sounds of the tuning forks, percussion and vocalized tones that Kali uses combine with a keen intuition and solid theoretical framework to create an atmosphere of openness and self-exploration ideal for both relaxation and healing.