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Connections 2 – A message from our Chairperson

Healing Touch NZ, April 2020 CONNECTIONS 2 Greetings to You All The everyday life of us all, within the family of Healing Touch, and within the world as a whole, has been disrupted to the point where many of us can say that the life we have known has stopped. At this...

Bee Analogy for COVID 19

In his book Bee Time: Lessons from the Hive, Mark Winston shares ten lessons from bees that may be useful as we navigate the weeks ahead. Use teamwork Bees are flexible and adaptable. In that spirit, the Healing Beyond Borders office will be telecommuting until...

HBB – Staying Connected during Social Distancing

An email from our Research Director, Sue Hess, got me to thinking. How can we as a Healing Touch community maintain social connection during this time of social distancing that is increasing stress and anxiety? And while it's not perfect, I thought that maybe we could...

Covid – 19

Healing Touch NZ Protocol – Covid 19 – March 19, 2020 Kia ora Kotou In the light of recent developments of the Covid 19 virus, Healing Touch New Zealand has made the decision to cancel all courses throughout the country until September 1. From September 1 we will...

Join Our Facebook Discussion Page

Members can apply to join our closed Facebook Page  Healing Touch New Zealand Discussion Group Here various topics are introduced by members.  Link      https://www.facebook.com/groups/128667297212276/  

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...

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