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.
The Transformational Breathwork Master Track is a comprehensive training over the course of twenty weeks and includes real-time clinical training in addition to classroom instruction from HAC Headmaster, Tom Tessereau. Tom has been integrating transformational breathwork into his massage practice for over two decades with astounding wellness results. Breathwork does not require special state licensure and is available to the community at large without massage therapy licensure. HAC considers this modality to be an essential staple of any well-rounded alternative and complimentary wellness practice.
Based on dramatically increasing blood oxygen through specific breathing and coaching methods, Transformational Breathwork improves physical, mental and emotional health using the the brain's own potential when it has the oxygen needed to function properly. Breathwork has many layers and nuances that need to be mastered in order to deliver the maximum benefit to wellness clients. Because of these complexities, breathwork should only be practiced with a qualified breathworker who is trained to assist clients through the emotional and physical reactions that breathwork is designed to provoke.
Breathwork sessions can be conducted in groups, but one-on-one individual sessions create perhaps the most profound wellness impact because a trained breathworker can coach a practitioner through the various layers of experience that manifest during the session. Many people need help maintaining the rigorous pace of breathing required by the practice and to be reassured as their experience unfolds.
HAC invites anyone with a passion for health and well-being to join this growing community of healers using breath to create wellness outcomes for nearly anyone who uses this practice. For more information regarding this important Master Track training, contact Rocela Ginther, Director of Admissions at (314) 647-8080.
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