The Energetic Body

Course Description

This course brings together evidence from a range of disciplines to provide an explanation for the energetic exchanges that take place in all therapies. It addresses a growing interest in the field of mind-body medicine and the role of natural ‘energy forces’ within the body in maintaining normal health and well-being. The course explores how these energies or forces may be utilized to assist in healing and the restoration of normal health.

Learning Outcomes

  • Examine energy healing as an integrative approach to balance the mind, body, and spirit and as strategies for wellness.
  • Differentiate the functions and types of various energy systems and fields.
  • Evaluate the process of energy testing through assessment of chakras and meridians.
  • Appraise benefits and impact of hands-on modalities on health and well-being.

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School of Health and Human Services

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School of Health and Human Services
Sarah H. and Caryl F.
Class of 2019, Military Servicemember and Class of 2019, respectively