Upcoming Courses:

Please see "AIEH Curriculum" for course descriptions, and call Langara College Continuing Studies registration office at 604 -323-5322 to register.

September 2020: The Integrative Energy Healing™ Intensive program is appropriate for individuals with and without energy-based healing experience. It is an immersive experience of the IEH™ modality, and is a prerequisite for the Advanced Integrative Energy Healing™ (AIEH) Certificate Program. Intake for the IEH Intensive is one cohort per year, with applications accepted between March 1 and September 1 each year. The IEH Intensive must be successfully completed prior to enrollement in the Advanced IEH Certificate program.

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To view all other upcoming course dates, please visit "AIEH Curriculum"
Note: many AIEH courses may be taken without applying to the program.

Please Note: Due to the presence of covid-19 in British Columbia and related public health recommendations, classroom-based learning is not offered by Langara College at this time. The Integrative Energy Healing program has requested to offer face-to-face learning for fall term 2020 for our healing science courses, including the components of the Integrative Energy Healing Intensive. The following open-registration courses will be offered online in Fall 2020.

The Yoga of Self & Soul (Winter) Awakening series: OPEN COURSE
Is there something beyond the borders of ego? Are you ever pulled inward toward a heart-centered longing for more purposeful meaning? The Yoga of Self and Soul presents a Vedic understanding of internal processes that enhance and distort self-remembering. Experiential practices based on the five energy bodies and three gunas guide the unfolding of greater conscious self-awareness.
(3 days, 24 hrs. This course has open registration to the public--full program enrollement is not necessary. Next offered online, fall term 2020)

Awareness Dialogue and Self-Inquiry (Fried) OPEN COURSE
Using a self-inquiry approach to inner awareness and meaning making, heuristic concepts and practices are used to encourage exploration of the deeper meanings, edges, and double signals behind problems, issues, and opportunities that arise in human experience. This discovery process includes tacit, subliminal,and subtle body techniques as well as communication styles that support physical, emotional, mental and spiritual self-discovery. 
(3 days, 24 hrs. This course has open registration to the public--full program enrollement is not necessary. Next offered: TBA)