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Raindrop Technique

This group is dedicated to the purity of Raindrop Technique.

Location: Minneapolis
Members: 45
Latest Activity: Oct 22, 2016

RAINDROP, VITAFLEX, BIBLE OILS, CHEMISTRY, EMOTIONAL RELEASE

This will be a four-day workshop in Raindrop, Vitaflex, Chemistry, Emotional Release and Healing Oils of the Bible - 25
hours in practical applications of essential oils as well as 25 hours continuing education for massage therapists and body
workers.

Participants completing the training will:
~ Understand the Fundamentals of Aromatherapy
~ Understand the Science and Chemistry of Essential Oils
~ Learn to Apply Useful Skills in Vitaflex
~ Learn to do Raindrop Technique
~ Learn how Essential Oils Can be Used for Emotional Releasing



CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT:
The Center for Aromatherapy Research and Education is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education Approved Provider.

GET LICENSED AS A CRP AND LSH:
Learn how to become a Certified Raindrop Practitioner (CRP) and Licensed Spiritual Healer (LSH) through CARE and legally practice Raindrop and Vitaflex.

*** Detailed information in regards to Cost, Location and credits can be found here: http://bit.ly/25rZb

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raindrop technique defined

Hello Im David and im fairly new to the world of massage therapy and natural healing techniques. I would like to learn more as much as a mind can handle (and trust me when i say i can handle a fair…Continue

Started by David L.Tippins Apr 27, 2010.

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Comment by Lisa on October 22, 2016 at 6:38pm

Hi I was wondering if anyone knows an online class of sorts for the rainbow technique. I'm here in Mass and there are no practitioners that do this type of technique. Thank you all  

Comment by Teena Johnson on July 5, 2012 at 9:23am

In North Dallas, there will be a Raindrop Technique class on July 28. This will be 7 hours of training (I am Texas CE provider and MTI) plus an hour for lunch.  We will of course do the Raindrop Technique and in addition will look closely at the muscles and reflex points we work on and learn some basics about chemistry of essential oils and distillation... this is critical to understand the concept of quality.  We will cover issues like the sensitivity to oils and what to do and what to watch out for in client history.  Every one gives and receives a Raindrop. More information here: http://www.raindroptexas.com/raindrop-technique-class-july-28-in-da...

Comment by Brenda G. Sizemore on April 15, 2010 at 8:51am
I took the CARE Intensive Raindrop Technique class in 2007 in Hendersonville, TN under Gaia Tossing. It was an absolutely awesome class. I didn't want to go home after the three days were over as it was sort of a retreat atmosphere. I guess I have given well over one hundred sessions....my clients love it! I've noticed that indeed most clients are sensitive around their neck area, I usually apply some V6 oil to this area before I apply any of the oils to the back. The V6 slows the absorption rate down for the oregano and thyme, these are the only two oils that I have found to be "hot". I take away very positive things when I give a Raindrop as well as my client. As a FYI note: I put my moistened towel into a small sized crock pot and turn it on high at the beginning of the session. When we get to the last part to apply the hot compress, the temprature is about perfect, much hotter than you can handle in your hands at the sink
Comment by Renee Rainbow on April 14, 2010 at 2:20am
Gloria,
I find that most people are only sensitive around the neck area. Would it work to put lavender on after you see they are sensitive? Otherwise how do you know?
Comment by Gloria Coppola on October 6, 2009 at 2:01pm
I also offer Raindrop Therapy classes. If anyone is trying these products on their own, please be advised these oils are very volatile. Suggestion: Place lavender oil on the spine first to avoid excessive burning on sensitive patients.
Comment by Steve Fillmore on October 6, 2009 at 9:27am
Hello and thank you !!!

If you are unable to attend the CARE Intensive which gives up to 25 CE credits at this time.....we will be doing more classes here in the midwest soon. If you can and this would be greatly appreciated.......pass this information along to anyone you may know who may be interested in attending !

Many thanks !!!!

CARE Intensive - Minneapolis, MN - Flyer Information http://bit.ly/25rZb
Comment by Beulah on October 6, 2009 at 1:25am
I have been practicing Raindrop Technique for over a year I love doing it and my clients love recieving it . I recomend all of you to try it and perform it .......................
Comment by Steve Fillmore on September 29, 2009 at 8:37am
Hello....information to cost and location are listed in this flyer...... http://bit.ly/25rZb
Comment by Crystal Kumpost on September 29, 2009 at 8:16am
Just wondering, where will this training take place and what will be the cost?
Comment by Steve Fillmore on September 27, 2009 at 10:47pm
Hello,
We are offering this class at the end of october. Give me a shout at 1raindroptechnique@gmail.com or http://bit.ly/25rZb
 

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