This foundational course is specifically designed for the student who is seeking to build a career, or already has an established practice in, the integrative health care field. Rukha® Academy presents this unique opportunity as a stand-alone course without registration in the full cohort program. Prospective students to the full Rukha program may wish to take this course alone before beginning the full program. Others may already be working as energy practitioners but have lacked this essential education. And others may simply be interested in learning more about how their body works so that they can maintain optimal health and advocate for themselves in medical situations.
Instead of the intensity of the typical college setting in which students cram 50-60 hours of curriculum into 12 or 16 weeks and cope with challenging required labs, our course is taught by credentialed faculty in a relaxed setting. The pace is preferred, with classes meeting one Saturday morning every other month. The full course program is completed over the course of two years, meeting a total of ten Saturday mornings.
In this course, students learn normal anatomy and physiology of the human body. And how homeostasis is maintained. They learn about the energy of the cells and what goes wrong when that cellular energy is interrupted. The instruction provides the practitioner with critical knowledge that allows them to provide the most professional care to their clients. Armed with this information, the professional practitioner gains credibility and confidence when working with illness, injury and disease.
Logistics and Schedule
This stand-alone course is completed over a two-year period. Instruction is delivered five Saturday mornings every-other month in September, November, January, March and May.
Students taking Traditional Anatomy and Physiology (TAP) as a stand-alone course join the Rukha full cohort for this class only.
Class begins Saturday morning at 8 AM and concludes at noon.
On-Campus Training Schedule & Location
All on-campus sessions are held on the beautiful, serene grounds of Mt. Olivet Conference and Retreat Center in Farmington, Minnesota. Mt. Olivet is located 30 miles directly south of the Minneapolis/Saint Paul International Airport.
2015-16 Class Dates
September 12, 2015
November 14, 2015
January 09, 2016
March 12, 2016
May 21, 2016
Students must register for this course no later than August 15, 2015. Students will need time to complete required homework prior to the September class.