Lotus Blossom Wellness 3500 Westgate Dr
Suite 504-E
Durham NC 27707
919-384-5406

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American Polarity Therapy Association
Board Certified Polarity Practitioner Training Program
Advanced Level Course  400 Hours
Offered by Moksha Sharon Kolman
Certified Polarity Educator

The course will run for approximately 18 months meeting on Tuesdays and several weekends throughout the program. Individual weekends or courses may be taken by qualified individuals and some weekends are open to massage therapists and others for continuing education.


The Program includes:

  • Polarity and Ayurvedic nutrition
  • Communication and Facilitation skills, including group process
  • New skills that include process oriented and structural polarity energetic bodywork. We also deepen with previous protocols and work extensively with the five elements
  • Polarity Therapy theory and principals and energy anatomy
  • Polarity Energetic Exercises
  • Business, Ethics and Law
  • Evaluation and Integration
  • Clinic and Student Practicum
Prerequisites:
Prerequisite to the course is the Lotus Blossom Wellness 215 hour APP training-or equivalent (Remedial instruction is available.)
And Orthodox Anatomy and Physiology -90 Hours may be completed during the training as a separate study.

Faculty: (subject to change)

Barbara Culbertson Moksha Sharon Kolman Jane Stein
Carol Verner Judith J. Winston  
Guest Instructors: Norma Jean Ferrell, Janice Durand
and if we are lucky,  Amadea Morningstar & Phil Young

Board Certified Polarity Practitioner Training Program

General Course Description

The course is taught in a context of the five elements and the three principals , deepening and broadening applications which were introduced in the APP course. We will go into process oriented bodywork as a new way to focus on the elements.

Several weekends will be devoted to structural work, and biodynamic craniosacral therapy and there will be an in depth exploration of the nervous systems

Participants will practice skills in supervised clinics as well as in a student practicum. Supervision, giving and receiving sessions and guided feedback will be a strong emphasis throughout the program.

Interspersed throughout the program will be classes in theory and principals, business, ethics, energetic exercise, evaluation and integration (assessment), communication and facilitation and nutrition.

The Communication and Facilitation classes include skills from Re-Evaluation Counseling, Rosen Method, Focusing, Psychosynthesis, dreamwork, loving presence, trauma healing and other models. Group Process is an integral part of the training.

The course is designed with an emphasis on education, supporting a personally enriching experience for participants. Skills for becoming a practitioner, should a graduate decide to go in this direction, are included in the training as well, following the requirements set forth in the APTA standards for practice.