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Natural Awakenings Ann Arbor Michigan

Become a Holistic Nurse in Any Practice Setting

Apr 03, 2019 08:38AM
Rediscover the heart and art of nursing and meet the CE requirements for Holistic Nursing certification or recertification. The Integrative Healing Arts Program in Holistic Nursing (IHAP) is a unique, three-session, 84-hour continuing nursing education (CNE) program in a relaxing retreat setting. Graduates receive a certificate in Holistic Nursing and Integrative Modalities; become an instrument of healing for themselves and others; and provide holistic healing arts in all healthcare settings.

Learning topics include Art of Authentic CommunicatiCaring for Self; Caring for Others; Philosophy & Spirituality in Healing; Theory for Holistic Nursing Practice; Nutrition for BodyMindSpirit; Energy Systems & Energy Healing; and Transformational Leadership for Change.

Each session includes a one-day immersion topic, e.g.: Clinical Aromatherapy; Therapeutic Music & Guided Imagery, and Jin Shin Jyutsu. A recent participant said, "IHAP is an amazing way to be taken care of, to care for myself, and to bring energetic and calm compassion into practice. Highly recommended!"

IHAP will be held at the Weber Retreat Center in Adrian, Michigan. Session 1 will be July 11-14; Session 2: October 10-13; and Session 3: January 16-19, 2020.

Enrollment is open until June 13. The faculty will be Marian Long, RN, MSN, AHN-BC, CHTP/I, HWNC-BC, of Grayling, Michigan and Mary Shackelford, RN, BSN, CHHC, HN-BC, of St. Louis, Missouri.


AHNA is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. For more information, visit

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