AFI Touch Education by Quality Skills
Ruth Bucher, LMT, CTAP, CBP, MTI, Member AMTA
Cell: 469-338-9748 e-mail: email@example.com
What Is AFI Touch Education?
In AFI Touch Education we focus on improving touch communication by people who work hands-on with other human beings
What Is AFI?
Through the years, as I was taking continuing education classes I noticed a difference of touch between some instructors and practitioners and students. Of course, the level of training and expertise in the field, and the passion an instructor has about a subject explains some of the difference in touch.
However, I have also experienced the touch of people how felt very passionate about their work and it was good, but yet not as excellent as I would have expected considering their level of training and experience.
So, what is the secret ingredient?
Unconsciously we project to the person/animal we are communicating with (verbally and through touch) how we are feeling. This includes how we are feeling physically as well as emotionally.
This doesn’t mean that you always have to be completely happy and healthy to do your best work – it would be optimal, but not very realistic. We humans are very emotional beings and most of us carry physical, intellectual, and emotional baggage.
– It’s not about how much baggage you have, but how you carry it -
So how do we approach this unknown, vague obstacle that keeps
us from doing our best work?
Easier said than done, right?
- Know your enemy and your battle is half won -
How can we change that?
In our AFI Touch Education classes awareness is the first thing we play with. You learn how to explore your body from within, how it feels, how it moves, and how you can improve your communication within.
Focus and Intention
You can use AFI in whatever you are doing and it can take any work – selling a car, raising a child, taking care of the sick and old - to a new level of subtle excellence.
In AFI Touch Education we focus on improving touch communication by people who work hands-on with other human beings: Massage therapists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, chiropractors, chiropractic assistants, doctors, PAs, nurses, memory care staffers, and more; even mental health therapists and practitioners can benefit from these classes.
If you have any questions about AFI and the classes we
offer, please contact us at 469-338-9748.
Ruth Bucher, LMT, CTAP, MTI, CE Provider
İRuth Bucher, 2017, firstname.lastname@example.org