An Introduction to Energy Medicine

Ted VerPlanck

Wednesday April 8

6 pm; 90 min


Thmetaphysicalis workshop will show you simple techniques that take only a few minutes a day. These will rapidly shift the energies in your body, enhance your health, and boost your vitality. I will teach you the 5 minute Daily Energy Routine that will balance your energies, strengthen your immune system, increase your strength and vitality, balance your body’s chemistry, helps you feel better, and think more clearly. Energy medicine works to increase your overall health and vitality. You will learn a variety of techniques based on acupressure points to strengthen and maintain the flow within your natural energy system.  These techniques will help you overcome many different types of illnesses, keep you strong and resilient, and empower you to own your own health and wellbeing.
The fundamental life energy, Chi, is the focus of Traditional Chinese Medicine and is a major influence on the practice of energy medicine. My practice and teaching is modern and does not require adherence to any particular set of beliefs or practices. The core concept is that your overall health is directly related to the state of your body’s energies. Energies are detected and manipulated to promote healing, health and well-being.  When one of your body’s energy systems is chronically out of balance, your body does not work well. Your body is continuously trying to balance your energies to restore you to optimal health.  Energy blocks and stored negative emotions create physical, emotional, mental and spiritual dis-ease. Based on the work of Donna Eden, the pioneer of Energy Medicine, has developed, you will learn simple techniques to keep your energy flowing in a vibrant harmony that fosters your good health. By “rewiring” your energetic system, you take control of your health.
Some of the other techniques you will learn will help you:
  • reduce stress, releases tension, and reduces fear and anxiety  
  • stop colds in their tracks 
  • improve your metabolism
  • interrupt the stress response  
  • activate a sluggish digestive track