The typical schedule for a weekend class is:
• Saturday - 8AM to 6PM
• Sunday - 8AM to 5PM.
There will be an hour lunch on your own for Saturday and Sunday. You may bring your lunch to eat on site if you wish.
→ Much can shift for you when spending a full weekend doing energy work. Consider coming to the class with an intention
for what you would like healed or changed in your life (physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, or a behavior pattern, or release of an addiction), or with an intention to dedicate
your work this weekend for some purpose.
→ Please avoid wearing scented products (cologne, aftershave, lotion, body wash, hairspray, etc.) as some people are allergic to fragrances.
→ Please come a few minutes early so we can start on time. If you are going to be late or if you need to miss any part of the class, please notify me. An unexplained absence can affect the
energy in the group, and participants often worry about one another.
→ Dress comfortably and wear layers. You are likely to get cool while you are receiving a treatment and warmer while giving one. Controls for room temperatures are not always
→ Usually we don't have coffee at class, unless a large number of people request it. So let me or the coordinator know if you would like
to have coffee there. Otherwise, plan to bring your own. The purpose of Healing Touch is to promote relaxation for healing, so it works better if stimulants are avoided. (However, don't
put yourself into caffeine withdrawal if you are used to drinking some.)
→ Textbooks titled Healing Touch: A Guidebook for Practitioners are usually available for $25. Occasionally, other class related books are available
for sale. There is a reading list on the Healing Touch International website
if you are interested in related books.
→ Consider putting your name on all items you bring to class, especially those that are of any value to you. Occasionally items are left behind and it is difficult to locate
the owner. Look carefully around the room at the end of class to be sure you are collecting all your property.
What to Bring
→ Water bottle, if you have one. Also, consider bringing your own hot drink cup to minimize use of disposables.
→ There will be light snacks available (fruit, crackers, tea). For special needs, please bring your own snacks.
→ For Levels 2 through 5, Notebooks or syllabus books from previous classes; textbook (Hover-Kramer).
→ Massage table if you have one. Please let coordinator know if you will bring one.
→ Blanket, pillow, extra pillowcase, small towel or washcloth, to use as an eye covering.