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  • Educating the Next Generation ofEnergy Healing Science Professionals



    Educating the Next Generation of
    Energy Healing Science Professionals

  • Traditional Anatomy


    Traditional Anatomy

    Study the basic structure and function of the physical body systems and their relationship to one another.
  • Energetic Anatomy


    Energetic Anatomy

    Learn how the human energy field – namely its structures, functions and energetic relationships - interacts with body systems and organs.
  • Bio Energy Healing Science Techniques


    Bio Energy Healing Science Techniques

    Learn beginning to advanced bioenergy science techniques that affect and modify the Human Bioenergy Field (HBF) and promote health, healing and feelings of well-being.
  • Living With Consciousness℠


    Living With Consciousness℠

    Develop awareness of how emotions and psychology distort the human bioenergy field. Adopt the ability to live as an empowered, authentic self - a shift that promotes healthy flow of Divine healing energy.
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Standard Studies Course Descriptions

Our Standard Studies Program curriculum focuses on five core courses that students must pass in order to successfully complte each academic year and to graduate.

These five core courses are:

  1.  Bio-Energy Anatomy and Physiology
  2.  Traditional Anatomy and Physiology for Healers
  3.  Bio-energy Healing Science Techniques
  4.  Living With Consciousness℠
  5.  Ethics

The Standard Studies Program also includes courses that are not graded, but are required to successfully complete each academic year and to graduate.

These courses are:

  1.  Psychodrama Experience
  2.  Ritual and Ceremony
  3.  Creative Arts
  4.  Going into Business
  5.  Intuitive Development

 

Bio-energy Healing Science Techniques

Total classroom hours in year one Standard Studies: 48.75, year two: 43.75, total program: 92.5

Description:

This course teaches students beginning to advanced bio-energy science techniques that affect and modify the Human Bio-energy Field (HBF) and promote health, healing and feelings of well-being. A comprehensive course that opens with the foundational skill of chelation created by Rosalyn Bruyere and later implemented into Healing Touch® Skills then quickly advance to those that address the multi-dimensional energy field, physical structures of the body, parts of the brain and spiritual centers that influence states of health, and finally, to dissolve blocks that prevent “Rukha d’Koodsha”-the Holy Spirit of divine love, from flowing effortlessly through both healer and client. All healing science skills utilize the interface of energy with psychology – which is a hallmark of the Rukha Method℠.

Examples of course objectives:

1.    Assess a client’s HEF and multi-dimensions at an advanced level.
2.    Demonstrate professional proficiency in basic to advanced energy healing skills.
3.    Employ psychological theories and appropriate bio-energy techniques associated with effective treatment    plans for any particular presenting complaint.

 

Traditional Anatomy and Physiology for Healers

Total classroom hours in year one Standard Studies: 20, Year two: 20, total program: 40

Description:

This foundational course studies the basic structure and function of the physical body systems. Responsible, legitimate, professional bio-energy science practitioners should be educated in basic human anatomy and physiology. In this course, students learn anatomy of the human body and normal physiology, normal components of each body system and their relationship to one another.

Examples of course objectives

1.    Demonstrate the ability to synthesize, analyze, and integrate information regarding the human body.
2.    Demonstrate an understanding of physiological processes occurring in the body and their relationship to homeostasis.

Students who have completed prior college-level biology, including anatomy and physiology, at or above 100 level may elect to omit this course. If so, tuition is reduced by $300.00 per year.

 

Bio-Energy Anatomy and Physiology

Total classroom hours in Standard Studies year one: 16; year two: 16; total program 32

Description:

This foundational course focuses on the human energy field– namely its structures, functions and energetic relationships.  Rukha® Academy uses the model first developed by CW Leadbeater. Then later adopted and advanced by other prominent bio-energy researchers.

Students develop proficient understanding of the human energy field by exploring the energetic possibilities of various states of wellness and disease, the energetic relationship between body systems and organs, the energetic consciousness of various illnesses, and the effects on health of habitual distortions in the energy field.

In the Mastery Studies Program, students will select a particular condition and perform a small pilot research project during their practice treatments.

Examples of course objectives:

1. Demonstrate proficiency in identifying the sensoriate experience of each level of the energy field
2. Demonstrate the ability to synthesize theory, rationale and technique to make professional assessments and implement effective treatment plans.
3. Theorize energetic relationships between body systems and how this influences the disease   process

 

Living With Consciousness℠

Total classroom hours in Standard Studies year one: 20; year two: 20; total program: 40

Description:

This pivotal course helps students to develop awareness of how emotions and psychology distort the human bio-energy field. Students learn and understand psychological terms used in inter-personal behavior. Through exercises, they become proficient at witnessing their own emotional processes so they can make conscious choices about their actions. They learn to be aware of and manage their limiting beliefs. And with practice, they gain tools to respond to the interpersonal situations that they will inevitably encounter in their professional healing practice and personal lives. Fully adopted, the consciousness concepts open the way for students to ultimately live as  Source-Embodied, authentic selves, a shift that promotes healthy flow of Divine healing energy.

Examples of course objectives:

1. Demonstrate understanding of psychological terms and how psychology controls the movement of energy. .
2. Demonstrate new awareness in recognizing defense and reactive responses in their thinking and energy field.
3. Demonstrate the ability to shift from reactive and defensive responses to those of clarity and conscious choice.

 

Psychodrama Experience

Total classroom hours in Standard Studies year one: 17.5; year two: 17.5; total program: 35

Description:

A specific method of group process, psychodrama promotes new ways of thinking and responding in day to day living. The work was originated by Jacob Levy Moreno, MD and is based on the theory that what is learned in action must be re-learned in action. This highly interactive form of group therapy then melds bio-energy science techniques for even greater shifts in automatic thought processes and in ways of relating to self and other. Ultimately, the process provides more room for the soul to live and love authentically.

Examples of course objectives:

1. Demonstrate through group participation and or written home work, a beginning understanding of the Theory,   Philosophy and Methodology used in sociometry and psychodramatic processing.
2. Demonstrate through group participation, personal growth in healthy ego development.
3. Demonstrate the ability to apply energetic healing responses to self and others.

 

Ritual and Ceremony

Total classroom ours in year one Standard studies: 10; year two: 10; total program: 20

Description:

Instruction is provided on ritual and ceremonies from various cultural and faith traditions. Students have opportunities to create and orchestrate sacred ritual and ceremony throughout their Rukha experience. Night ceremonies of prayer, meditation and transformation are held during two of the class weeks. Students collaborate with one another to create a sacred ceremony, based on their inner voice and the learnings of the year, and is presented to faculty, family and friends in May.

Examples of course objectives:

1. Demonstrate understanding of elements used in  ceremony  and ritual.
2. Demonstrate Understanding of the purposes of ritual and ceremony in promoting health and healing.

 

Creative Arts

Total classroom hours in year one Standard Studies: 10; year two: 4; total program hours: 14

Description:

This highly interactive course encourages students’ self-healing through Divine light expression in the creative process.  It’s based on the belief that everything is creative – a rule that applies in both the physical and spiritual world. The course draws upon many forms of creative process to promote healing.

Students will learn possibilities of incorporating creativity into their client’s healing plan.

Examples of course objectives:

1. Demonstrate Understanding of the components of the creative process.
2. Demonstrate understanding of the relationship between creativity, Rukha d’Koodsha and the healing process.

 

Ethics

Total classroom hours in year one Standard Studies: 12.5; year two: 12.5; total program hours: 25

Description:

This course prepares students to deal with complex ethical situations that may arise in their professional practice as energy healers.  The discussion goes beyond black and white rules – such as don’t share private information – to explore the gray zone of ambivalent choices. Guidelines are presented on how to balance personal philosophies and beliefs against opposing viewpoints. Discussion delineates between ethics, morals and the law.

Students will be asked to research various codes of conduct and to write their personal ethical code.

Examples of course objectives:

1. Gain an understanding of general ethical principles including justice, morality, and ethics of care.
2. Demonstrate ability to outline the basic tenets in a variety of professional codes of ethics.
3. Articulate a code of ethics that will serve as a foundation for their work as a bio-energy healing professional.

 

Intuitive Development

Total number of classroom hours in year one Standard Studies: 10; year two; 10; total program: 20

Description:

Students learn ways of seeing, hearing and feeling subtle energy beyond the normal senses. Through exercises, lectures and validation, they come to understand their hidden, and often underused, intuitive gifts of knowing, seeing, feeling beyond the obvious. 

Examples of course objectives:

1. Demonstrate understanding of the major blocks to intuitive accuracy
2. Demonstrate understanding of and utilization of exercises that strengthen intuitive access and accuracy
3. Demonstrate understanding of the role of dreams in the healing setting

 

Going into Business

Total number of classroom hours in Standard Studies year one: 0, year two: 12.5; total program: 12.5

Description:

Once students master the skills of energy healing, they are ready to learn how to create and maintain a successful private practice.  This introductory course addresses issues of:

A. Finding a niche that takes advantage of the Rukha® Academy training.
B. Where to set up a practice.
C. What kind of clients to target.
D. How much to charge.
E. How to track and manage income and expenses.
F. Which policies and procedures to adopt.

Examples of course objectives:

1. Create a business plan outline for operating a private bio energy practice.
2. Create a financial plan for the business.
3. Prepare a plan for start-up and operation of the business.