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April 7, 2018 4-CEU Program
This class is open to all interested including but not limited to
Art, Music and Dance therapists
Support group administrators and/or facilitators
- EXPLORE & IMPROVE MIND/BODY ALLIANCE
- DISCOVER innovative methods of healing through mudra & movement
- ASSIST your own and your patients' development of
POSITIVE BODY IMAGE while, REDUCING STRESS and
4 CEU program DATES/TIMES:
SAT APRIL 7, 2018 || 9 am - 1 pm
ALLENTOWN (PA) LOCALE:
Lecture/Classroom @ CSC*
(Cancer Support Community of the Greater Lehigh Valley)
WHAT's "IN IT" for you?
- Earn 4 CEU's while utilizing mudra and movement traditions
deeply steeped in antiquity as a pathway to relaxation and healing.
- Refresh your enthusiasm while recovering a personal spiritual connection to health.
$75 registration fee includes:
4 hours of lecture, movement & practical exercises
Co-Sponsored by Cancer Support Community Greater Lehigh Valley
Contact PH: 610.861.7555 / email: info (at) cancersupportglv.org
OTHER/ADDITIONAL Training program:
Tahya Technique™ Artful Dance ~ Healing Movement
Certification Training Program
... a pathway to women's wellness
14-CEU Certification program includes 14 hours
of lecture, dance classes, discussion and practical exercises.
Utilize the best global practices of ancient movement and drumming traditions
Our goal is to help give women recovering from surgery
This program is targeted for health care professionals *and* is also open to any/ALL individuals interested in:
NOTE: This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the Pennsylvania State Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
To book training program in your community,
Tahya Technique™ "Artful Dance ~ Healing Movement" Certification Training Program leads to certification in offering the Tahya Technique™ "Artful Dance ~ Healing Movement" programs a therapeutic, alternative, complementary, holistic and natural pathway to recovery from surgery (or many of life's other "bumps in the road"), restoring wellness and elevating self-esteem.
Recognized as the Lehigh Valley's "leading authority" on dances from throughout the Middle and Far East, Tahya is well-known for her classes at Northampton Community College, Lehigh Valley Hospital's Healthy You Programs and the Cancer Support Community of Greater Lehigh Valley. She is also highly recgonzied for her appearances at venues such as Musikfest, Mayfair, Bethlehem's Sculpture Garden Performing Arts Series, Red Hat chapter meetings, Girl Scout meetings, guest lectures at Lehigh University, Muhlenberg college, and more.
This program is open to interested parties including but not limited to professionals employed in nursing, counseling, physical therapy, art therapy, etc. particularly those who do a significant amount of work with women in recovery (for example, women recovering from breast surgery), and/or support group administrators or facilitators. The training program introduces the healing potential within dance traditions from the Tahya Technique™ repertoire, i.e., drumming & dance movements "grounded"/rooted in the sacred and secular traditions of North Africa, and the Middle & Far East. The intent is to introduce these arts as accessible tools for relaxation, reconnecting with our deeper selves (and each other), increasing individual creativity and reviving one's health & well being.
This is a 24-hour training program, typically offered over the course of four 6-hour classes. Attendance at all classes is mandatory. Training includes lecture, participatory movement classes, discussion, "homework" assignments and demonstration of knowledge gained via modeling a sample program developed. DVD, glossary of terms, suggested music list, bibliography and lesson plans are among handouts included. Trainees will be critiqued throughout training and must demonstrate complete comrehension of program prior to award of certificate.
~ SAMPLE SCHEDULE ~
Upon completion of training, there are several ways the program may be offered. For example: A one-time 'Healing Dance' introductory program for support groups (with follow-up when invited to return) and/or a four-class series of one-hour 'Artful Dance ~ Healing Movement' programs held on a weekly or monthly basis.
After participating in the 'Healing Dance' program (one or more times), if further interest is sparked in pursuit of learning more about these ancient arts ~ May the blessings be!
Bring this program to health care professionals in your community:
FOR INFORMATION ON THIS CAREER-EXPANDING PPORTUNITY!!!
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