The Next Hellerwork Training Starts October 2019
The Hellerwork Practitioner Training Program is divided into:
5 Onsite Training Intensives and 4 Online Distance Learning phases.
Current Training Schedule:
Phase 1- First Semester: Starts October 2017
Part A: Intensive One: Classroom Lectures & In Class Lab Participation 10/2/17 – 10/17/17
Part B: Distance Learning Online with Written Assignments 10/17/17 – 1/27/17
Phase 2- Midterm
Part A: Intensive Two: Classroom Lectures & In Class Lab Participation 1/28/18 – 2/11/18
Part B: Distance Learning Online with Written Assignments 2/12/18 – 5/21/18
Phase 3- Second Semester: Starts February 5, 2018
Part A: Intensive Three: Classroom Lectures & In Class Lab Participation 5/22/18 – 6/5/18
Part B: Distance Learning Online Instruction 6/11/18 – 9/10/18
Phase 4- Third Semester: Starts June 11, 2018
Part A: Intensive Four: Classroom Lectures & In Class Lab Participation 9/11/18 – 9/25/18
Part B: Distance Learning Online with Written Assignments 9/26/18 – 10/14/18
Phase 5- Forth Semester: Starts October 17, 2018
Part A: Intensive Five: Classroom Lectures & In Class Lab Participation 1/17/19 – 1/31/19
Total – 18 months (70 weeks)
Universal College of Healing Arts (UCHA)
8702 North 30th Street
Omaha, Nebraska 68112
Tel: (402)556 4456
Hellerwork International (HWI) and The American Hellerwork Structural Integration Association (AHSIA) are delighted to be partnering with such an esteemed institution as the Universal College of Healing Arts (UCHA) located in Omaha, Nebraska. Our Practitioner Training Program will be associated with and taught at the facilities of UCHA, which provides a wonderfully supportive space for students and faculty alike.
UCHA has accreditation from the Accrediting Bureau for Health Education Schools, for the blended Diploma Program and the Associates Degree Program. It is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and is an institutional Member of Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals.
UCHA is located in the Historic Florence District, the oldest community of Omaha, Nebraska. The Florence District has more historic sites and historical markers per square mile than any other area in Nebraska. The College building, at the corner of 30th and Clay Street is a completely remodeled, 12,500 square foot brick building originating in the 1920’s.
The facility offers a full massage clinic with eight private treatment rooms, business offices, classrooms and even a fully equipped gymnasium. The building also contains a Conference Center used both for movement classes and regional workshops. There is an abundant library and computer lab with full Internet access, and a student lounge and kitchen area with refrigerator and warming appliances.
The entire building is wheelchair accessible. There is plenty of street parking and additional parking arrangements have been made with neighboring businesses. The campus grounds offer a large organic garden enjoyed by students and their families.
UCHA is convenient to Eppley Airfield, the major airport in Omaha. The College is just 3 blocks South from Interstate 680. This is the last exit (#13) before the Mormon Bridge over the Missouri River, or the first exit entering Nebraska from the East (Iowa).