The Eden Energy Medicine Foundations Classes in the Raleigh / Chapel Hill area are a one-year program
It’s designed for those people desiring in-depth coursework and supervision in Donna Eden’s style of Energy Medicine (www.innersource.net). This program is based on a curriculum developed by Donna, along with her faculty members. The goal of the program is to help any student of Eden Energy Medicine obtain a firm foundation in the body of work Donna has created over the past 30 years and to develop the skill levels necessary to begin using these techniques regularly, either with family and friends, or in a professional setting.
Successful completion of the Foundations Classes in Raleigh will give students the option of applying this class work toward Year 2 of the Eden Energy Medicine Certification Program held in Phoenix, Arizona. Completing Year 2 is optional; students in the Foundations Classes may feel satisfied after one year and not see a need to take their studies further. At the end of the one-year Foundations Program, students will receive a certificate stating they have completed the Foundations Program in Eden Energy Medicine, but this should not be construed as a certification in Eden Energy Medicine, as that requires the completion of the Year 2 program.
The main purpose of the Foundations Classes is educational and classes will include lecture, small group time for practice, as well as question and answer sessions.
Each class is designed to provide you with skills for working with the body’s energies to promote physical and emotional well-being. This can be an intense experience, and doing energy work in a large group can be taxing, so if you are not in good health we ask you to take this into account before registering. If your primary need is in pursuing a healing experience, we encourage you to contact one of the trained practitioners listed on Donna Eden’s website and work with them directly.
The Foundations Classes in Raleigh, NC are taught by Jill Beck & Lindy Franciose.
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Meals and lodging are at the student’s expense.