2018 Healing Touch Workshop Schedule:
Instructor: Daniel Snyder, BBA, LMT, HTCP/I, QM
16 CEU hours for nurses, body workers and massage therapists
Contact: Julie Renner 513 246 2636 or firstname.lastname@example.org
January 13 and 14
April 14 and 15
August 11 and 12
February 17 and 18
May 19 and 20
September 15 and 16
March 17 and 18
July 28 and 29
Class tuition $497. Volunteer rate $425
Partial scholarships available through volunteering at Bethesda North Hospital
Healing Touch is an energetic healing therapy. Energy-based therapies involve a very light touch either directly on the clothed body or around the body. Healing Touch incorporates numerous techniques from a variety of sources, all with the intent of obtaining harmony and balance in the energy system.
How does healing touch work?
Every person is composed of a physical body as well as an energy system. This energy system flows through and surrounds the physical body and consists of three parts: an energy field, energy centers and meridians. Healing touch experts believe that blockages in the flow of energy lead to imbalances not only in the physical body, but also in the emotional and spiritual aspects of a person's life. Healing touch practitioners have been trained to assess the state of the energy system and use specific techniques to change and optimize the flow of energy.
What are the health and wellness benefits?
Energy-based therapies have been used for a variety of acute and chronic health conditions. Anecdotal case studies have reported benefits in alleviating symptoms of numerous conditions, including but not limited to:
- Stress-related conditions
- Migraine headaches
- Tension headaches
- Emotional disorders
- Multiple sclerosis
- Chronic fatigue
- Neurological rehabilitation
- Premenstrual symptoms
- Back and neck pain
- Chronic pulmonary disorder
It also can be helpful for preparation and recovery from surgical procedures and enhancement of spiritual development.
Research in therapeutic touch, another energetic healing therapy, has demonstrated:
- Decrease in anxiety, stress levels and pain
- Enhanced immune function
- Improved wound healing
Training in Healing Touch requires a minimum of 120 classroom hours and at least 100 hours in clinical practice. The training program is endorsed by the American Holistic Nurses’ Association and certification is provided by Healing Touch. At TriHealth, practitioners must be registered nurses with a minimum of two years' clinical practice.
- Daniel Snyder, BBA, LMT, HTCP/I, QM
*Certified Healing Touch Practitioner
**Certified Healing Touch Instructor
To schedule an appointment or for more information on Healing Touch therapy, call 513 246 2636.
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