At graduation on March 16, HAC will honor four outstanding students by inducting them into the school's honor society.
The nominations are in, and four students are recognized for embodying the ideals of the Healing Arts Center.
On March 16th, 2018 the Healing Arts Center will host the Red Robe Ceremony and present graduation certificates to students who have recently completed the school's Massage Therapy Training Program (MTTP).
The inductees for Winter, 2018 are:
The Order of Twin Hearts (OTH) takes its name from the Meditation on Twin Hearts for World Peace originally taught by Pranic Healing Grand Master Choa Kok Sui. Master Choa was one of the most important teachers of HAC Headmaster, Tom Tessereau. Tom was a member of Master Choa's inner circle of disciples and it is the teaching on Twin Hearts that has become the foundation of the spirit of The Healing Arts Center. The Twin Hearts meditation links the crown and heart chakras (the Twin Hearts) to draw down divine energy into a human being to empower compassion and healing on a global level.
The Votes Are In, Five Have Been Called
On October 6, 2017 the Healing Arts Center will present graduation certificates to fourteen students who have recently completed the school's Massage Therapy Training Program (MTTP). As is the tradition at HAC, each student has overcome their personal challenges required to join the ranks of HAC's unique community of hand healers. No one graduates from HAC without being confronted by something and overcoming it. Personal transformation is the hallmark of HAC education and is considered a necessary quality for those seeking to use massage therapy basis for holistic wellness care.
The body heals itself.
Whether you need brain surgery or nutritional counselling, this is the one universal truth about the human body and being – the body heals itself. Whether you take pharmaceuticals or not, whether you vaccinate your kids or not, all medicine is based on this one simple principle. When we take an antibiotic, it is for the purpose of fortifying our immune system against disease so that the body can heal itself. When we have surgery to repair an injury, we may sew tissues together, but only for the purpose of holding those tissues together long enough for the body to grow new tissue to heal the wound. Medicine, all medicine, is the art of empowering the body toward generating its own wholeness and wellness.
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