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.
How are Inductees Selected?
The students nominated for the Order of Twin Hearts represent the highest standard of dedication, skill and compassion. The candidates are screened for attendance, attitude and practice ethics before being nominated by the faculty. To be considered, students must have 90% original attendance.
Faculty members vote to nominate students they see as embodying the spirit of the Healing Arts Center. Those who stand out for their dedication to their studies, their skill in techniques and their compassion. Once votes are tallied, the students who have received at least two nominations are chosen to be inducted into the honors society.
The Newest Inductees
The students receiving the honor of being inducted into the Order of Twin Hearts at the graduation ceremony on May 24th, 2019 are as follows:
MacKenzie, Peter, and Rachel will join over 100 other members in The Order of Twin Hearts. View the entire list of members and read more about the honors society here.
Continuing the Tradition of Healing
At The Healing Arts Center, students learn how to help the body access it's own healing abilities through techniques such as massage, bodywork, and energy medicine. As part of the holistic education, students learn how to meditate, and study techniques and energetic practices that have been handed down from masters to students for thousands of years. The red robes, or meditation shawls, worn by the graduating class and faculty are a reminder that the practice of a healer requires the development of consciousness first as a foundation for technical skillfulness.
Excellent Education with Compassion
Students graduating from this program have completed 600 hours of training covering topics such as the business and ethics of massage, anatomy and physiology, pathology, assessment, basic and advanced massage techniques, myofascial release, sports massage, Reiki, Transformational Breathwork, and practical experience with clients in the student clinic. It is our view that therapeutic touch must first and foremost be compassionate, as well as skillful. Our program teaches compassion above all else, and skillful touch as the vehicle for compassion and care.
It is notable that the students nominated and inducted into the Order of Twin Hearts Honors Society are far and above stellar examples of the vision and values taught at the Healing Arts Center.
Congratulations to all the hardworking people graduating from The Healing Arts Center on May 24th! A special congratulations to MacKenzie, Peter, and Rachel on your nomination and pending induction into the Order of Twin Hearts!
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