On Sunday August 21 we will dive into the history, theory and technique of Usui Reiki, focusing on distance healing and morphic fields. While this is a traditional Usui Reiki course, I will be adding in some additional science and theory from the world of fascia research, quantum resonance fields, neuroscience and energy medicine.
We have a very special guest speaker Dr. Carol Davis!
In addition to the regular Usui Reiki curriculum, find out how the liquid aspect of your fascial matrix is interwoven with your vital energy system, as well as how your brain and nervous system responds to touch via the different receptors in the nervous system.
Participants will receive a Reiki certificate* and training manual.
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Date: Sunday August 21st ~ 9:00 – 5:30 Mountain Time Zone
Hours: 9-5:30 ~
Location: Journey to Light Wellness in Okotoks Alberta
Online Option: Zoom
Important Note: The in-person option is currently full, but you can message me to be put on the wait list in case a spot opens.
Guest Teacher: Carol M. Davis, PT, DPT, EdD, MS, FAPTA is Professor Emerita in the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and author/editor of numerous manuscripts and books, including: Integrative Therapies in Rehabilitation, Evidence of Efficacy in Therapy, Prevention and Wellness and Patient Practitioner Interaction/An Experiential Manual for Developing the Art of Patient Care. In addition to her doctorate in physical therapy from Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions, she has a doctorate in Humanistic Studies from Boston University.
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“I suggest that morphogenetic fields work by imposing patterns on otherwise random or indeterminate patterns of activity. For example they cause microtubules to crystallize in one part of the cell rather than another, even though the subunits from which they are made are present throughout the cell.” ~ Rupert Sheldrake