On February 16, You Can Test Drive The Region's Oldest, Largest And Most Prestigious Massage Therapy Training Program For Free
Massage Essentials Gives Prospective Students A Chance To Test-Drive Massage Therapy School. Is This Transformative Training Right For You?
Massage Essentials is a free workshop for those people considering massage therapy education. This free class, taught by HAC's Headmaster, Tom Tessereau, allows all participants to "test-drive" the Healing Arts Center's highly unique Massage Therapy Training Program. HAC is the oldest, largest and most comprehensive massage therapy training program in the region.
The school is known for blending top-shelf training in massage technique with holistic healing modalities such as Reiki, Pranic Healing and Transformational Breathwork. This multifaceted approach gives its graduates a much larger tool kit with which to create a successful professional career. Every HAC graduate is taught an entire term of Myofascial Release, an advanced massage technique, that can treat a wide spectrum of health issues from sports injuries to relieving the pain of mastectomy scars.
First Ever Conscious Movement Bodywork Training Workshop Taught by Roger Weinerth this February 23 and 24 at HAC
This month HAC is hosting a workshop that is new to us, but is entirely aligned with the concepts HAC teaches in the massage program. Conscious Movement Bodywork Training with Roger Weinerth takes place on February 23 and 24.
Roger Weinerth is offering a free 90 minute demonstration on Wednesday, February 6 from 6:30pm to 8pm, a preview to his Conscious Movement Bodywork Training workshop February 23 & 24.
The Healing Arts Center is proud to host Dr. Mary D. Clark, PhD in January to teach Pranic Crystal Healing™ and Psychic Self-Defense™. These advanced level Pranic Healing® courses have not been taught in the St. Louis region since 2011 making Dr. Clark's visit a true educational opportunity.
Dr. Clark worked closely with Grand Master Choa Kok Sui as part of his inner circle for many years. She has been a globally respected authority on Pranic Healing® for decades, through the Pranic Healing® Certification Program for Pranic Applications, and as the owner of Pranic Healing® San Diego.
Dr. Clark Will Offer Two Special Pranic Healing® Course At HAC From January 18th to 20th
Honoring Top Students at the Red Robe Ceremony
On Friday, December 21st, The Healing Arts Center is honored to graduate 20 people from the Massage Therapy Training Program, and 21 from the Energy Medicine Master Track. In recent years, HAC graduations have become substantially larger than in past years due to a substantial growth in enrollment in the school's Massage Therapy Training Program (MTTP) and the popularity of the school's advanced level training in the Master Tracks program.
founder of The Healing Arts Center and mentor to HAC Headmaster, Tom Tessereau. She had never felt like she did after the massage and decided to pursue professional massage therapy training. Terrie graduated from The Kaleidoscope School of Massage in 1991.
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Maybe you've heard the buzz... for a limited time, The Healing Arts Center's clinic is asking for volunteers to receive energy medicine sessions in our Master Track Clinic at no cost. Students of the Energy Medicine Master Track are gaining their clinical experience as part of their training to become Energy Medicine practitioners.
Led by headmaster and owner of HAC, Tom Tessereau, the Master Track spans 5 months and consists of 100 hours of training in Reiki and Pranic Healing. Clinic practice allows students to interact with new people and put into real practice all that they have learned so far in their training.
HAC Selects 8 Students and 1 Alumna as Inductees into the Order of Twin Hearts at the October 12 Graduation Ceremony
Friday, October 12, 2018, the Healing Arts Center will host the Red Robe Ceremony, honoring the achievement of 22 students who have completed the 600-hour, 52 week, massage therapy training program. Several students of this graduating class have achieved the highest honor at HAC, being inducted into the Order of Twin Hearts, HAC's Honor Society. In addition to the eight student inductees, HAC will also bestow this honor on an alumna, Deana Galloway.
Who is the typical massage therapist? Massage Therapists are compassionate, intuitive people who work with their hands and knowledge of the human body to relieve stress, promote relaxation and healing, among other benefits. The students and graduates of the Healing Arts Center reflect many of the national trends. If you want to know more about who the typical massage therapist is, by the numbers, view the infographic below for a snapshot of the average Massage Therapist in the United States.
We have rounded up data about massage therapists in the United States from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and through the AMTA 2018 Massage Profession Research Report, which draws information from the Census Bureau as well as polls and surveys they conducted about the massage industry and profession.
HAC's 600-hour massage therapy training program also includes 80 hours of student clinic where students practice their skills in a real clinic setting with actual clients from the public.
HAC Will Welcome Four Graduates into the Order of Twin Hearts at the Red Robe Ceremony on Friday, August 3
HAC's Highest Honor Goes to Four Special Massage Therapy Training Program Graduates
The faculty has selected four of the MTTP students to be inducted into the Order of Twin Hearts, HAC's elite honor society. The Order takes its name from the Meditation on Twin Hearts for World Peace originally taught by Pranic Healing Grand Master Choa Kok Sui.
Injury Recovery Massage Toolkit - July 21 & 22, 2018
by Terrie Yardley-Nohr, LMT
Massage therapists are faced with clients every day that have been injured in some way and are seeking help from pain and dysfunction. A therapist is faced with figuring out what is wrong and what to do about it. One of the biggest challenges for new therapists in the field is how to address the client’s needs and provide relief. This boils down to two specific skills: assessment and appropriate therapeutic response. Obviously, skills are developed over time and through experience. Additional training, however, can radically accelerate the development of a skill set.
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