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Integrative Energy Healing and the First Nations Health Authority

Posted on February 11, 2020 at 5:15 PM

On behalf of Langara College's Integrative Energy Healing™️ (IEH) Program, faculty Mara Hagglund will be erecting a popup clinic at the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA) Conference which takes place on Tuesday, February 11, and Wednesday, February 12 2020, at Vancouver Pinnacle Hotel in downtown Vancouver B.C.

The event is held for the nurses in honour of their work. Langara's IEH program supports nursing professionals and respects their dedication to providing compassionate quality care. We salute their accomplishments and the impact they make in the lives of patients, families and communities.

The Advanced Integrative Energy Healing™Certificate Program student practitioners will be on hand to provide 30-60 minute energy healing treatments.


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Mara Hagglund, CAIEHP is a transformational learning adult educator and has been teaching Energy Awareness/Biofield for sinece 2015 in the Healing Sciences Theory & Skills stream in the Integrative Energy Healing™️ Program at Langara College. Mara is a certified Advanced Integrative Energy Healing™️ practitioner with a specialty in Integrative Energy Healing in somatic and trauma healing.


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Categories: Conferences and Presentations, Langara College, Nurses