Basic Therapeutic Touch Program - Spring

May 25-27, 2018 Friday dinner through Sunday (additional Day of Renewal optional)

Therapeutic Touch (TT) is a contemporary healing modality, which evolved from the process of laying on of hands, based on the assumption that human beings are complex fields of energy and that the ability to enhance healing in others is a natural human potential. Therapeutic Touch is used to balance and promote the flow of human energy.

The Basic Level program will explain the basic concepts of TT, as well as provide the participants with ample opportunity to learn and practice basic Therapeutic Touch techniques.

New definition of TT: Therapuetic Touch is a holistic evidenced based therapy that incorporates the intentional and compassionate use of universal energy to promote balance and well being.

Stay for an additional day! Special Rate: $80 (includes overnight and 3 meals). Give yourself a 'gift of renewal' in the nurturing environment of Pumpkin Hollow. Enjoy self-healing, self-exploration and integration of the TT experience. We all need to break the momentum of our busy lives; this is your opportunity to create balance and deeply relax.

Prerequisite: There are no prerequisites for this program. Open to everyone.

Continuing Education:
Basic Therapeutic Touch has been approved by The Alabama State Nurses Association for 12.0 contact hours of Continuing Education Units.

The Basic Level Programs are taught by Qualified Therapeutic Touch Teachers (QTTTs). The Basic Level Program taught by a QTTT is a prerequisite for the Intermediate Level Program and application to become a Qualified Therapeutic Touch Practitioner (QTTP). All QTTPs and QTTTs are qualified by the credentialing arm of Therapeutic Touch International Association (TTIA).

Please call Carolyn Wheeler at 518.325.3583 or email: for more information.

Program Fee: $80.00 plus Room and Board.

Facilitator Information: 

Facilitator: Beth Hagedorn
Teacher - Beth Hagedorn

Contact Name: 
Pumpkin Hollow Retreat Center
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