Continuing Education Credits for
Clinical Counsellors &
Registered Massage Therapists
The Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association accredited Dr. Fränzi Ng's Thought Field Therapy class with 14 CECs.
The College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia accredited Dr.Fränzi Ng as the trainer for the following approved course. Registered Massage Therapists of B.C. can earn Continuing Education Credits for:
- Traditional Japanese Reiki, the First Degree: 7 credits, PE, A2
For more information visit www.cmtbc.bc.ca
What Massage Therapists Say about Reiki:
“I've noticed a big differnece in my practice since recieving my Second Level Reiki. I'm achieving releases with chronic dense trigger points that previously would not let go, and my patients are even more relaxed during and after the session.
I occasionally work with very active children. Since receiving Level 2, they are able to lie still for much longer periods without using visualization or breathing techniques
I've also found the heat of rheumatoid inflammation affecting soft tissue is much more noticeable in my hands as I work, helping me to gauge pressure and what the tissues can tolerate. I look forward to experimenting with patients who seem hypersensitive to pain and pressure to see the results.
I am very grateful for the difference Reiki is making to my practice and life in general. Thank you, Dr. Fränzi, for introducing me to Reiki."
Coral Leung, RMT, Prince George
“I am so pleased to have integrated Traditional Japanese Reiki into my massage practice. Reiki naturally and easily fits in with what I have already been doing. Many of my clients, particularly the ones with chronic conditions, such as Parkinson's, benefit from this soothing, ancient healing art. Thank you, Dr. Fränzi, for empowering me with Reiki.”
Doreen Allen, RMT, Vancouver, BC