|Posted on 30 March, 2020 at 16:10||comments (0)|
Finding Your Center - Connect with your Own Source of Support
Grounding - Work on the Feet.
Worry and fear usually have some involvement with the root centre (first chakra), so it's always good to work with it to help ground and restore feelings of safety and security.
Working with the brow centre is also important. Worried and fearful thinking is not clear thinking. When our safety and security are threatened it intensifies the upward flow of energy in the body and the downward flow of grounding energy is inhibited. Supporting the sixth chakra helps us to get perspective and think more clearly.
Being energetically grounded orients us to time and space and connects us to the here and now. It brings us into the present moment and into our bodies. Physically this happens through our feet and legs when we create a downward current and any excess energy discharged is 'grounded-out' by the earth's conductive surface.
Work on the feet to Ground. Do ankle rotations; flexion and extensions, pressing heels into the floor while sitting or standing helps push energy through the body where it can be released. Bring your awareness into your feet as you walk, noticing how your feet feel in your shoes, or against the surface you are walking on.
Another great grounding self-care tool is an acupressure ball that is firm but has a bit of give. I use the Backhealer Ball (the purple ball - Psoas & Glutes or green ball - Upper & Lower Back) and roll it under my barefoot on a yoga sticky mat to open up the muscles on the feet.
Balancing and harmonizing all the energy centres is certainly great for raising energetic coherence to a higher level so that the lower-vibration energy of worry and fear dissolve.
The Backhealer ball set can be found through this link: https://backhealer.com/product-category/self-care-tools/
|Posted on 11 February, 2020 at 17:15||comments (2)|
Integrative Energy Healing™ (IEH™ program & First Nations Health Authority (FNHA)
I will be on hand for the student IEH Wellness clinic at the FNHA Conference which takes place on Tuesday, February 11th and Wednesday, February 12th, 2020, at Vancouver Pinnacle Hotel.
The event is held for the nurses in honour of their work. Langara's IEH program supports nursing professionals and respects their dedication to providing compassionate quality care. We salute their accomplishments and the impact they make in the lives of patients, families and communities.
The Advanced Integrative Energy Healing™ certificate program is erecting its pop-up clinic. Student practitioners will be on hand to provide wellness sessions to the nurses attending the conference.
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|Posted on 30 November, 2018 at 21:20||comments (0)|
The dynamic process of using rhythmic pulses for healing. Doctors have relied on electricity to speed up the healing of soft tissue and bone, and in some cases to unite fractures, for decades...
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|Posted on 30 July, 2018 at 0:40||comments (0)|
Jennifer Piercy takes you through a beautifully guided Yoga Nidra for Sleep meditation. Her deeply calming voice penetrates into your very soul, instilling a sense of internal peace and leaving you feeling incredibly relaxed, present and rejuvenated.
|Posted on 14 March, 2018 at 15:55||comments (0)|
Time for an Energy Healing Spring Clean?
For some the long, cold, dark months of winter is nothing more than that. For others it's a time of silence, and stillness. As we approach the next transformational season of spring; a time of phenomenal renewal. The earth wakes up from her rest, and new life bursts forward.
Spring is symbolic in starting new things; projects, new ideas, sowing seeds. Its not too late to start those new years eve resolutions either! A time to think more about our health; physical, spiritual, and emotional well-being as the warmer days approach.
Following months of winter indwelling and holidays, some of us might feel a bit stuck, and not quite ready to embrace the new season. We can still feel caught up in the cold, unable to move yet. Not trusting our body, or our lives. Feelings of overwhelm, over sensitivity, and or fear about beginning something new. But know that energy healing can assist us in moving forward into the new season.
Energy Healing can help you feel lighter by releasing the stuck orgone energy accummulated over the dormant winter months. When we spring clean our energy systems we create some energetic space, allowing for movement and flow.
Working with where you are currently at, it will support you to move on from the old and into the new. Energy techniques such as Advanced Integrative Energy Healing™, meridian clearing, and integral Yoga Psycology will support the clearing process energetically and can assist you in letting go of that hibernation feeling. Get ready to face spring; nourished, balanced and revitalized.
|Posted on 6 June, 2017 at 14:35||comments (1)|
|Posted on 7 March, 2017 at 13:20||comments (0)|
ZoomerShow Vancouver 2017 ~ March 11, 10AM-5PM & March 12, 11AM-5PM.
I'm back again this year in the Wellness Zone with my team of Integrative Energy Healing students. Langara College's Integrative Energy Healing Program is offering FREE 30 minutes sessions to Zoomer Show attendee's.
Myself and other college faculty in the Integrative Energy Healing Certificate Program will be on hand to answer your questions about courses and energy sessions.
Come by and see us and enjoy a relaxnig energy healing session...these sessions will go quickly!
If you miss us here, you can still have an energy healing treatment by our student practitioners in our Langara College Open Wellness Clinics.
Recommended donation:$20.00. Senoirs, Langara Students and low income: $10.00
Langara College Continuing Studies/Integrative Energy Healing Program.
Book an appointment: 604-872-2471
|Posted on 19 July, 2016 at 0:40||comments (2)|
“Connective tissue wraps virtually every other tissue formation in our bodies. If everything else were removed, the network of empty connective tissue compartments would preserve our physical forms in detail.” ~ Deane Juhan, “Job’s Body”
We are, in fact, mostly water. Did you know that every organ and system in the body supports in some way, containment, renewal, and the circulation of this liquid medium we call a human body?
This extracellular matrix or connective tissue in the body makes up the body’s soft tissue framework. It runs everywhere – within and around all the muscles, tendons, ligaments, bones, nerves, blood vessels, organs. Every part of our body is supported, connected, and anchored to the other by this delicate web of tissue, and its ‘connective’ qualities cannot be overstated. We are literally wrapped up in connective tissue.
The connective tissue in its healthiest and most ideal state – allows for expansive, free fluid movements, supports our posture and the various body systems to work harmoniously, all the way through from the inside out. Energy flows through the connective tissue which can be visualized as a river flowing everywhere through-out the entire body.
Although our organs are genetically created, as we develop they are continuously modified when they are stressed and strained. The quality of our connective tissue in our body holds a direct relationship with our overall level of health and well being. Often when we feel anxious, stressed, unwell, lacking vitality or well being, some form of tension, tightness, or stress is present within our connective tissue, affecting the natural and harmonious flow of energy and the proper functioning of the various body systems.
In an unhealthy state it can form a dry, tough inflexible network, and becomes restricted with disuse – less activity, less nimble, it becomes colder and less energized, even in a young adult. The soft-gel like quality loses its free fluid movement and softness. Traumas and disuse to any part of the body will cause it to lose movement to some degree. It can even cause our physical body’s shape to change.
Maintaining our connective tissue to be in a soft-gel like state even if it has slowed down with age is responsible for the healing of all injuries. It’s through pressure and stretching, and the friction they generate, and the temperature that encourages the connective tissue to become warm, moist, and resilient once again.
At the Backhealer we use a self-care method which applies pressure to specific muscles and soft tissue. This sequence of movements with a Backhealer ball is the most effective way to modify the energy potential of stressed tissue and contracted muscles. Using a specific breathing technique along with the pressurized movement, it calms the nervous system, re-patterns the brain, and increases blood flow to the area releasing muscle tension. This allows for a more supple body. Body-mind health and well-being depends on the warmth and energy we can bring to our connective tissue.
Mara Hagglund, CAIEHP
|Posted on 16 March, 2016 at 16:45||comments (0)|
Vancouver Convention Center
March 19, 2016, Saturday/10 am to 7 pm
I will be at the Zoomer Show in the Wellness Zone answering your questions and taking appoointments along with my team of Integrative Energy Healing students when the doors open tilll closing.
Langara College's Integrative Energy Healing Program is offering FREE 30 minutes sessions.
Come by and book early...these sessions will go quickly!
|Posted on 16 February, 2016 at 19:30||comments (0)|
The Integrative Energy Healing Program is at The Wellness Show, February 12, 2016 ~ Vancouver Convention Center. 12 pm-7pm.
Langara College's CS School of Healing, Integrative Energy Healing program and I will be available for questions and will be taking appointments through-out the day. Four of the Advanced Integrative Energy Healing practitioner students will be offering up to 30 minute mini-energy healings for an incredbly low price of $10 exculsively for Welllness Show visitors.
The Wellness Show, the largest trade show in Western Canada, is dedicated to helping you to live a more balanced and holistic lifestyle. This year includes exhibitors, speakers and demonstrations on a diverse range of health and wellness topics, all under one roof. Spend a day browsing the latest and greatest supplements, exercise options, raw and gluten-free foods, and ways to relax, manage your stress and look better.
Find us at the Langara College exhibit.
Please come by and say hello!
|Posted on 8 February, 2016 at 19:05||comments (0)|
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|Posted on 9 January, 2016 at 0:00||comments (1)|
In the earlier days of the programs internships
Langara College's Integrative Energy Healing Program has played a small part in the nun's growth.
A special message from Rinchen Khando Choegyal, Director of the Tibetan Nuns Project
"We started the Tibetan Nuns Project in 1987 with just an idea. Our vision was to educate, nourish, and empower the nuns. In late 1990 there was a large influx of nuns from Tibet, and we began the process of creating two new nunneries, Dolma Ling and Shugsep.
With blessings from His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the vision, determination, and courage of the nuns themselves, we’ve been able to accomplish so many things. We are so grateful to donors like you for your generosity and compassion and I sincerely hope that you will continue walking hand in hand along this path with us."
|Posted on 12 November, 2015 at 17:20||comments (0)|
Hosting Public Service Training Videos: A series of training videos on Youtube for Energy's Way with Artie Egendorf, PhD
Basic instructions in subtle 'Energy Literacy' known as energy 'scanning.' Compare relative and even absolute quantities, rank qualities, and do various kinds of empirical readings of subtle energy (direct and distance), 2015.
|Posted on 10 November, 2015 at 20:10||comments (0)|
Hosting Public Service Training Videos with Dr Artie Egendorf
A series of training videos on Youtube for Energy's Way with Artie Egendorf for basic instruction's in subtle energy literacy known as energy 'scanning'. Compare relative and even absolute quantities, rank qualities, and do various kinds of empirical readings of subtle energy.
Published on 10 Nov 2015
"We demonstrate the use of "hands as scientific instruments" while insisting on the impressionistic limitations of this method, to assess qualitative, and quantitative energetic aspects of the claims and qualifications of people presenting themselves publicly as aiding others in healing." Artie Egendorf, PhD