Many training programs have minimum requirements for prospective trainees. These vary from program to program but typically include a recommendation that you have practiced for several years and have taken some classes with the teacher with whom you propose to train. Some students who love yoga and are unfulfilled by their day jobs hope that becoming a yoga teacher will offer them a way out of their job situations. Although things sometimes work out this way, be forewarned that most yoga teachers do not make a lot of money.
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What is Spiritual Healing? The History of Healing; The Human Energy Centers – The Chakras; The Human Energy Field – The Aura; Preparing for Healing – Grounding, Spiritual Attunement and Protection; Distant Healing; The Act of Healing and to know the phycology role.
Part 2 of the Course has been designed for people who have successfully completed Healer Training Part 1.
Subjects covered include:
Breath Work, Relaxation and Meditation; The Professional Healing Environment – Practical Preparations for Healing, distance Healing, learning to use the powerful Symbols, Opening and Closing a Healing Session, Administration and Record Keeping; The Code of Conduct; Risk Assessment and Health and Safety; The Healer – Roles and Responsibilities; Being a Student with The Healing Trust – Recording your Personal Development as a Healer; Couch Healing.
Part 3 and 4 of the Course has been designed for those students who have successfully completed Healer Training Parts 1 and 2. (Applicants will be expected to confirm the dates and locations at which Parts 1 and 2 were completed.
The Physical Body – Anatomy and Physiology; Stress Management; The Creative Mind – Self-Healing Strategies; Imagery in Healing – Creative Visualization and Meditation; The Healer’s Role in the Universal Scheme; Childhood Influences; Attunement with Words; Forgiveness; Healing Practice; Couch Healing.