Union Hospital is located at 106 Bow St, Elkton, MD 21921
Course fee: $497. Includes all instructional materials.
For more information, call 443-454-9018 or email me at email@example.com.
This 2-day experience is for students who have completed Level 1 and wish to increase breadth and depth in the study of Healing Touch with an emphasis on developing healing sequences for specific client needs.
Level 2 consists of 16 or more clock hours of instruction each that allows the participant to gain specific skills necessary for more advanced practice. Emphasis is on deepening skills, developing healing sequences for specific client needs, learning back and neck techniques, and gaining skills in therapeutic interactions.
Level 2 attendees will gain the skills to do a full one-hour healing sequence with clients. This includes conducting initial intake interviews and choosing appropriate energy techniques based on the interview and assessments.
Participants will get instruction on to document patient sessions; work on clients' backs and necks; perform energetic health history interviews while administering a chakra connection; and gain insights for two mind clearing techniques.
How to open your own and your client's energy field for deeper work with the Spiral Meditation
How to develop therapeutic skills while conducting interviews with your clients
Concepts of sacred space
Additional assessment methods
How to conduct a Trauma Interview while giving your client a Chakra Connection
A sequence of five steps you can use for the back and neck that promote pain relief and healing
How to focus or quiet the mind with the "Mind Clearing" technique and an additional, modified, Mind Clearing technique
How to seal wounds or energetic leaks in the body
How to professionally document your sessions
Review Level 1 techniques throughout the weekend.
The Healing Touch program is accredited as continuing education for nursing and massage therapy.
The Level 1 Notebook and the book Healing Touch: A Guidebook for Practitioners if you have one.
Paper and pen for taking notes.
Layered clothing is recommended as temperature will vary throughout the day and individuals have different sensitivities.
A massage table, if you have one.
If you have particular dietary restrictions you may want to bring your own snacks, otherwise snacks and water are usually provided.