The work of Bio-energetic Healing is a generic term for many forms of energy healing.
The theory is that all energy arising from living form comprises of many different sized molecules and frequencies. These are very complex structures where all the molecules spin clockwise in health. Each cell should be doing this (amongst other things) to facilitate maximum health.
It doesn’t matter where you are on the planet. Aligning and balancing the energetic structures comprising of the auric fields, chakras and other complex systems, activates, enhances and facilitates the body’s own healing capacity, reduces stress throughout the whole body, increases the speed of healing.
Activation is achieved with the use of the hands either on or off the body. The modality of Healing Touch which arises from the nursing profession is one of the systems I use.
e.g. if a person’s field structure is inactive for any reason there is a tendency for them to feel more tired, be injury prone and stressed.
As a Certified Healing Touch Practitioner and Instructor I must abide by the Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice. I teach Healing Touch to people working within the structured curriculum. This can lead people to Certification by an autonomous USA Board. I have to continue to learn and work as it is necessary for me to re Certify every five years.
There is extensive research data which is being continuously added to. This can be accessed on the www.healingtouchinternational.org
I have divided this work up so that dogs and horses are dealt with separately. Should there be any interest from Vet nurses then a two day comprehensive course would be run for them with a number of their special issues which relate to them specifically.
This aspect of my work is changing continuously
Horse, dog and a zoo keepers’ workshops have been taught throughout New Zealand.
These courses cover the field structures, how to assess, balance and align them. These are experiential workshops which are separate for both dogs and horses. People bring their own animals.
I have been looking at stress in dairy cows. The results of this work should be apparent very soon.