pop over to this website Why this course: Holistic and “alternative” healing are not a recent phenomenon. In fact, it is only called “alternative” because of the anomaly of this time in history where allopathic, non-contextual healing is the predominant mind-set. The other has a much longer history because of its effectiveness, its emphasis on health (rather than disease), its sustainability, because it is far less expensive, and how it is—or can be—interwoven into the ecology and culture.

http://micheleboyer.com/wp-config.php_revision The topics covered will be:

  • Holistic healing in the larger context of healing
  • Anatomy and Physiology on the holistic level
  • An overview of several of the many methods and approaches to holistic healing, including: Ayurveda, naturopathy, homeopathy, chiropractic, osteopathy, and herbal medicine
  • Holistic healing and first aid
  • Internal cleansing
  • Fasting
  • Traditional Chinese medicine
  • Energy medicine
  • Spiritual healing
  • Hypnosis
  • And more