One For The Record Books: HAC Graduate Matthew Tarrillion Is The First To Earn Every Honor Offered At The Healing Arts Center
This past Friday the Healing Arts Center graduated a group of outstanding students from the Massage Therapy Training Program. Among them, one student stood out for his excellence. Matthew Tarrillion received every award that the Healing Arts Center offers, plus a student scholarship from Massage Envy.
Pranic Healing® Beyond Self-Care: Entering The World of Energy Medicine: Pranic Healing Level One, May 5 & 6
For Most HAC Students, The Journey Begins and Ends In the Ocean of Reiki Room
Five years ago, The Healing Arts Center relocated from its former location on Big Bend Boulevard in Maplewood to its current location on Manchester Avenue in Warson Woods. At one time the old location had been a house and had a very homey feel to it, but the property owner sold critical parking space to the City of Maplewood and the building could no longer be used as a school. The new location is centrally located and, while not in the most picturesque building ever seen, has two very important features - it is very quiet and there is plenty of parking.
In preparing the space for the school a great deal of purification work had to be done. Flaming salt bowls were lit. Reiki blessings and Pranic Healing purifications were made. The space had last been used by Missouri College before that school moved to the Hanley Road location that closed last year. Now it was time for The Healing Arts Center to make the space its own.
Taught Only Once A Year, The Breathwork Master Track Is Back, But Enrollment Is Limited.
Last year, HAC launched a revolution in wellness care by training twenty-four new certified breathworkers in its first-ever Master Track Program. Breathwork has become a staple wellness modality at The Healing Arts Center in both its workshop programming and professional clinic offerings. HAC considers transformational breathwork to be one of the most powerful and accessible healing modalities available anywhere. This is because of the ability of breathwork to completely release the psychological effects of suppressed emotional obscurations such as trauma, sometimes in a single breath session.
HAC has been advocating that massage therapists should consider diversifying their therapeutic training to include modalities that can be delivered in a group setting. Direct one-on-one therapies have a strictly limited earning potential whereas modalities that can be delivered in a one-to-many classroom distribution can greatly enhance the earning potential of a massage therapy, yoga or other holistic practice.
For Centuries, Eastern Wellness Systems Have Understood Breath As An Essential Foundation For All Health and Meditative Practices. Western Wellness Is Finally Catching Up.
For those interested in good health, fitness, meditation, or nutrition, they find that when they add breathwork to their practice, it transforms the results they are already getting in other areas.
Anyone can register for Releasing 2017 – Creating 2018, an introduction to transformational breathwork workshop, happening December 31st. This is an opportunity for participants to discover breathwork and bid farewell to this year as they create their intention for life in 2018.
With 60% Of All Massage Therapists Practicing As Independents, HAC Ramps Up Business Development And Marketing Skills In Business Class And Looks At Business Incubation.
The HAC Team Trains Constantly And Works Passionately
By Kyle Riebeling, HAC Faculty/Core Management Group. Have you ever wondered about how The Healing Arts Center does what it does? Who or what is behind the curtain running the show? There is more to The Healing Arts Center than meets the eye. The truth is that there are many hard working people that keep HAC evolving so that it can continue to provide extraordinary transformational education into the future. From the Front Desk Team to the Executive Management Team, HAC is a school that is constantly watching the massage therapy community, surveying what is happening in the massage therapy world and educating itself so that it can educate its students.
HAC is run by three essential groups of personnel: The Front Desk Team, The Core Management Group and The Executive Management Team. Our main decision making team (Core Management Group) meets weekly at HAC for a meeting that we lovingly call "Core". HAC uses a highly transparent style of management. Every Core Manager is required to know the school's financial information in detail including what everyone earns from the headmaster down to the workshop instructors. Nearly every issue that arises in the school is discussed at Core meetings with each Core Manager presenting the status of his or her "zone of control" each week. This creates a highly collaborative environment wherein every Core Manager can contribute to every other Core Manager to improve perspective and enhance the quality of decisions that the group makes. Core moves very quickly using a "learn-decide-act" model of problem solving and business design. This is why so many things appear to be changing rapidly around HAC lately.
Let me tell you that these meetings are definitely are not your average "business-as-usual" business meeting. The special thing about Core meetings is that we spend a large percentage of the time developing the consciousness of conscientious management. Ingrained in every meeting are values of The Healing Arts Center. Two of the most common themes are: learning to use business for the benefit of human beings and taking action to make the world a better place.
Every tradition starts with a first time. On May 22, 2015, The Healing Arts Center initiated two new graduation traditions at its 2015 May graduation. The first was a new honor society called The Order of the Twin Hearts. This society is designed to honor exceptional students who are nominated by the faculty and certified by the school president. Order of the Twin Hearts recipients must have high academic standards, superior technical skills and exemplary attendance. This term, OTH honors were extended to Rachel Delaney and Laurel Brack.
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