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AGM / Mini Conference Day

AGM Mini Conference Day Date: July 7 Time: 8.30 – 4.00pm Venue:  Addington Haven, Christchurch Keynote speaker: Piedad Barillas – Traditional Chinese Medicine – 5 Elements –      Teaching Stage 1 & 2 Pulse Diagnosis as another energetic assessment tool. Link to...

Amygdala Connection and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Professional Development “Amygdala Connection and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder” Instructor: Deb Carter Date:  August 4, 2108 Venue: Addington Haven, Christchurch Prerequisites: HT Unit 3 and above $80 members $100 non members Register online HERE Testimonial by...

Save This Date – Complementary Technique Course

Save this date! “Healing Touch Complementary Technique Course”  Instructor:  Dr Rosalie Van Aken Date: 17 November, 2018 Venue:  Addington Haven, Christchurch Prerequisites:  HT Unit 3 and above Price to be advised , Discount for financial members Register...

Healing Touch Retreat – Tauhara , Taupo

Tauhara Retreat. May 18,19 and 20th. Taupō. You are invited to step out of your daily routines and into our heart centred Healing Touch community. Take time for renewal and reflection. Also for deeper connection to what nourishes you. What does the practice of Healing...

Australian National Conference 2018

Australian National Conference 2018 31 August - 02 September, 2018 Ballarat, Australia Visit the website for details of keynotes and workshops...

Healing Touch in Schools

Deb Carter – Dip Teaching, CHTP. CHTI As part of Deb's ongoing Healing Touch work in the community she presents Healing Touch as a complementary modality to Year 12 and 13 at Canterbury High Schools. High Schools have a current Health Paper at Year 13 that looks at...

Healing Touch at Canterbury University

By Wendy Risdon In 2008 I began using “Healing Touch” as part of my nursing role at the Canterbury University to assist young people experiencing mental health issues such as anxiety and depression. Funding for this initiative came through the University Health Centre...

Complementary therapy improves patient experience

Complementary therapy improves the patient experience in a group of patients receiving intensive chemotherapy for haematological malignancies. The Bone Marrow Transplant Unit at Christchurch Hospital, New Zealand has a new initiative involving an energy-based...

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