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Healing Techniques at Home
Innovation begins with arming millions of Americans suffering from chronic pain with “Healing Techniques at Home” that are designed to treat the whole person and the source of pain.
Pain is one of the leading causes of hospitalization and impacts over 100 million Americans and 1.5 billion people in the world. The intent of this course is to empower people to take charge of their chronic pain and conditions. No longer will they be held hostage to the medical community, with no resolution to their medical condition. The Allopathic community focuses their treatments on managing the physical body symptoms but completely ignores the need to heal the mind and vital body for true holistic healing.
Through this training, ancient healing techniques of the Taoist, Chinese, Indian and Western medicine will be introduced the into homes of millions of people suffering from chronic pain. The “Healing Techniques at Home” idea will introduce some assessment tools to identify the source of their pain in the mind, vital body, and the physical body. Then an individual treatment plan can be incorporated, based on their individual needs, as identified above. “Healing Techniques at Home” will present information designed to educate people on the methods they can implement into their daily lives to treat their chronic pain and associated conditions in the comfort of their own home and at the time most convenient for them.
Based on the principle of Downward Causation and the Laws of the Five Bodies of Consciousness, once homeostasis and balance of the mind, body, and spirit are achieved, the person can heal themselves. Once they identify their respective Ayurvedic Dosha Mind-Body type, nutrition and mind-body healing techniques can be introduced based on their individual needs. Healing techniques that will be introduced include acupressure, aromatherapy, auricular therapy, tapping/EFT, Ayurveda, meditation, relaxation/guided imagery, yoga, and spinal health.
In order for the average household to buy into their own healing journey, we need to make it easy to understand, time efficient, provide options, and keep it simple. This course was designed with that goal in mind. Come along for the ride and see what true healing can provide for your future.
Vienna Lafrenz, received her Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Therapy from Pacific University in 1990 and later taught there as an adjunct faculty member and served on the corporate faculty for the Pain Collaborative. Vienna has 24 years of clinical experience as an OT in geriatrics, mental health, long-term care, home health, and acute care and also functioned as the National Clinical Training Coordinator, developing and providing education, hands-on training, and patient consultations in healthcare centers and hospitals throughout the nation.
Vienna has had extensive training and experience in treating chronic pain and other physical and neurological deficits, utilizing a unique blend of Eastern and Western Medicine techniques since 1997. In addition to OT, she also specializes in treating neurologically impaired patients, urinary continence, lymphedema, bariatrics, behavioral psych, and dementia. Additional areas of expertise include Myofascial Release (MFR), acupressure, aromatherapy, auricular therapy, mind-body interventions, and physical agent modalities. She has recently completed her Masters, Doctorate, and PhD in Integrative Medicine and Natural Medicine at Quantum University in Honolulu, Hawaii, where she now serves as a student mentor.
Vienna was voted Outstanding OT Practitioner in 2005 for the Washington OT Association. She is a Certified Lymphedema Therapist (CLT), Neurodevelopmental Treatment (NDT), trained therapist for adult hemiplegia since 1996, and a Reiki II practitioner. She received her Brainmapping and Neurofeedback Technician Certification in March 2015.