Path of the Healer Certification Training, Level One
May 16 – 20, 2018
Tulsi Rose Healing
64 March Road
Shelburne, Massachusetts 01370
Path of the Healer Program offers a comprehensive in-depth training in energy medicine. Whether you desire to take an active role in healing yourself and loved ones, integrate this method into your existing wellness practice, or launch a meaningful new career as an Energy Medicine Practitioner, this training is for you. You will experience lasting transformation while learning skills to heal others and the world. This hands-on course teaches powerful effective methods of energy medicine you can easily learn regardless of your experience, and you can use to:
- Address root blockages to healing on all levels
- Read and direct energy
- Open to deeper levels of intuition
- Empower others to heal themselves
Join us to dive deep into your inner journey and shift your life in profound and surprising ways.
NEW FORMAT! Four 5-day courses over a year
You can enroll in level 1 or all 4 levels. You can sign up for level 1 without committing to next levels. To become certified as a practitioner, students must complete all four levels, not necessarily within the year, and levels must be taken consecutively.
$750 regular fee by May 2nd
$675 early registration fee by April 16th
LODGING & MEAL FEES (per person per night)
$100 Dorm-style shared room with breakfast, lunch, tea and snack
$140 Private room with breakfast and lunch, tea and snack
$15 Commuter with lunch, tea and snack
Our training will take place at Tulsi Rose Healing in Ashfield Massachusetts. It is a beautiful home with breathtaking views. See photos.
Past Participants Sharings
FROM PATH OF THE HEALER TRAINING 2015-16
During the Path of the Healer training, I have learned at least 20 years worth of applied lessons of how to overcome my own self-destructive patterns and how to support others to do the same. The POH is also about learning how to celebrate life by very being open about one’s blockages while embracing the deep healing process. It is about embracing the beautiful current of life flowing underneath any obstructions as well as embracing the Other as Self. No thanks can really suffice. – Renata Sylvia Pienkawa, Adjunct Faculty, Smith College