TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE WITH Therapeutic Touch®
Would you like to awaken your gifts as a healer while raising the vibration of your life?
Would you like to heal parts of yourself that keeps you from moving forward in life?
Have you been looking for a way to help you relax, de-stress or help others to do the same? Would you like to have more beauty, clarity and light in your home and in your relationships?
There are many forms and types of healing available today. This course offers you the basic foundational principles of Therapeutic Touch and will teach you how to work with Therapeutic Touch in order to transform different areas of your life.
This course gives you the basic principles of how to work with energy to transform your life as well as helping others.
DEFINITION OF Therapeutic Touch®
Therapeutic Touch (often referred to as TT), is a contemporary interpretation of several ancient healing practices. A consciously directed process of energy exchange during which the practitioner uses the hands as a focus for facilitating healing. The intervention is administered with the intent of enabling people to re-pattern their energy toward wholeness and health. Therapeutic Touch can be used alone, or blended with other healing modalities.
TT is creating a world-wide impact by profoundly enhancing the quality of nurturing care from birth to death. Of benefit to both the giver and receiver, this modality is proving to be a significant antidote for burnout in health care professionals.
Therapeutic Touch was developed in the early 1970's by Co-Creators (see story "the Co-Creators of therapeutic Touch") Dolores Krieger, Ph.D., R.N. (Professor Emerita of New York University) and Dora Kunz. TT is now practiced by thousands of health care professionals and lay people throughout the world. Numerous colleges and universities teach it in their graduate and undergraduate nursing programs.
In Ontario, many major hospitals and visiting nurses organizations are encouraging their nurses to study the technique. Among those using Therapeutic Touch are hospice volunteers, AIDS care-givers, midwives, occupational health nurses, and those involved with elder-care.