Integrative Energy Healing™

The Advanced Integrative Energy Healing™ Certificate Program (AIEH™) and the prerequisite Integrative Energy Healing™ Intensive Program have been designed to place the whole person--body, mind, and spirit--at the forefront of the healing process. Both these Langara College programs emphasize self-mastery, spiritual development, and life purpose as you train to become a Certified Advanced Integrative Energy Healing Practitioner (CAIEHP).

Discover a new career or embrace the opportunity for self-exploration. Based on principles of western scientific energy medicine and ancient eastern teachings, the goal of Integrative Energy Healing™ is to awaken the body's innate healing potential.

*Please Note* Due to the planning requirements associated with Covid-19, full registration for the IEH™ Intensive is required by August 31, 2020. We request that applications for the IEH™ Intensive sumbitted in full by August 21, 2020 to facilitate timely registration. Please contact the program coordinator at kbrowning@langara.ca for any submission extensions.

Langara College's Healing programs have been designed to ensure that students are fully prepared to enter the industry with comprehensive training and professional experience. Our programs are taught by instructors skilled in their fields and in AIEH™ practice, with extensive knowledge and experience in a wide range of professional environments.

AIEH™ Certificate Program Prerequisite: You must successfully complete the IEH™ Intensive or be a graduate of Langara's previous IEH™ Certificate/Foundations Program to be admitted into the Advanced IEH™ Certificate program.  Some courses within the Advanced IEH™ Program may be taken without any prerequisites.

While we do not currently offer a distance learning option, the IEHI and AIEH™ programs both accept students from outside of British Columbia's lower mainland region. The programs seek to support these students by offering both a modular learning format and scheduling supervised student clinics around these modules. Local student internship options may be developed in partnership with regional program graduates.