Healing Arts Center welcomes Sabrina Tessereau on February 27, 2020 for an afternoon of positive affirmations, origami crane crafting, and community to build a special healing wall for our clients & our cancer clinic patients. Sabrina has created beautiful mobiles with over 1,000 cranes each for friends and will be leading the coordinated installation. Paper and instruction will be provided along with snacks! We would love to invite you to participate in this adventure to join us as we share positive affirmations, prayers, and Reiki blessings during the folding process. This crafty community event will take place in the Anatomy Room beginning at 1:30pm. Let’s take healing to great heights in our clinic.
Craniosacral Therapy Workshop Instructor Nicholas Night Brings Effective and Efficient Ways to Facilitate the Body's Healing
Join us this week in promoting massage as a wellness practice and profession during National Massage Therapy Appreciation Week! From the American Massage Therapy Association, “AMTA members are invited to promote the massage therapy profession and their practices during AMTA's National Massage Therapy Awareness Week, October 20-26, 2019. Get tips on sharing the health benefits of massage with your community.”
To our graduates of the Healing Arts Center and fellow LMTs, how can you share about the benefits of massage therapy this week?
This weekend, Saturday, October 19th and Sunday, 20th the Healing Arts Center will host Jason Erickson to teach Hot DNM (Dermoneuromodulation) Pillossage: Axial Body.
Bert Davich, LMT and Myofascial Release instructor at the Healing Arts Center recommends Hot DNM Pillossage, saying,
"Jason is among the most effective instructors I have had the privilege to learn from. In addition to many specific techniques included in the class, he encourages critical thinking to inform practical application in class. [...] I consider it a critical piece for therapists to deliver effective pain management and for working with geriatric patients."
The graduates being inducted into The Order of Twin Hearts on Friday, October 25, 2019, are as follows:
Stress. That vague constricting feeling, the weight that drags on you. It shows up as tight shoulders, low energy, clenched jaws. You have your ways to cope with stress, from talking with a friend, helping someone out, getting a big hug, exercising, or a hot bath. What would probably make a huge difference in your wellbeing is deep breathing.
Breathing is the key to regulating the nervous system, to relieve stress, promote relaxation, and more. Transformational Breathwork is a practice of guided, conscious breath that allows the body to reset from fight-flight-freeze mode, stimulating the vagus nerve, and starting a ripple effect to help every system in the body perform optimally.
These are the ONLY years a breathwork training of this magnitude has happened in St. Louis!
And it’s happening again beginning August 8, 2019 and we have revised and expanded the training to make it the best to date!
There are only a few spots remaining in the class and it will be maxed out soon.
A great group of students is set to graduate from The Healing Arts Center on Friday, August 2nd. A Red Robe Ceremony will be held to celebrate their completion of the 50-week, 600-hour Massage Therapy Training Program. At the graduation ceremony we will honor those students who are an outstanding reflection of Healing Arts Center values. Students who are chosen for this honor are inducted into the Order of Twin Hearts, the honor society at The Healing Arts Center. Order of Twin Hearts members are distinguished by their dedication to learning, their compassion and their skill in healing touch.
Healers spend so much time giving, and Reiki Circle is a chance to receive as well. We hope you can join us for the first Reiki Circle in years, lead by Tom Tessereau. We have heard the many requests to bring it back, and we are excited to do so, starting this Sunday. Reiki Circles will be available each month thereafter, as an opportunity for the Healing Arts Center community to gather and share this healing practice with each other.
The true spirit of The Healing Arts Center is represented by members of the Order of Twin Hearts: compassion, diligence, aptitude.
Three exemplary graduates will be inducted into the Order of Twin Hearts at the Red Robe Ceremony on Friday, May 24th. At the Red Robe Ceremony, The Healing Arts Center will award certificates to students graduating from the year-long Massage Therapy Training Program.
What are the Twin Hearts?
The term "twin hearts" refers to the heart and crown chakras of the Pranic Healing system and is also the name of a special meditation for world peace created by Pranic Healing Grand Master Choa Kok Sui. Thus, it seemed appropriate to name our honors society after this intention of causing wellness for all.
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