Earn Academic Credit While Traveling
At the Center for Spirituality & Healing, we understand that exposure to culturally-based healing practices, natural products and differing worldviews can be an important part of the learning process. We offer many courses that allow you to earn academic or continuing education credit while traveling.
These opportunities include:
"Traveling to Hawaii with the Center for Spirituality & Healing was an exceptional experience. We were led by smart, compassionate, and fun instructors who embody and encourage a spirit of inquiry and moral leadership. I was inspired by the content, instruction, and immersive environment. As an aspiring public health professional, I found that this experience provided a foundation for anyone interested in holistic community health as a prevention strategy."
The Big Island of Hawaii, also called "the Healing Island," is one of the Center's most popular travel opportunities; it also offers students the chance to earn academic credits in a beautiful, tropical location. Students leave January's blistering cold and snow behind to spend a week in this unique learning environment.
"The India course elevates students' ethical, spiritual, and cultural awareness," says Dr. Miriam Cameron, India Course Instructor. "While experiencing the trip of a lifetime, students learn how to create and maintain a healthy mind and body. Living in a Tibetan refugee community helps students put their own problems in perspective. They return to the U.S. grateful for their precious human life and committed to working for a more compassionate, just world. This experience transforms their life and work."
Students travel to Dharamsala in the foothills of the spectacular Himalayan Mountains of northern India. Dharamsala is home to His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama and a large Tibetan refugee community. Students study at Men-Tsee-Khang, the Dalai Lama's Tibetan Medical Institute. Before flying home, they visit the Taj Mahal, India's monument to love.
What Traveling Means to the Center
Exposure to culturally-based healing practices, the natural environment, and differing worldviews can be important parts of the learning process. Working closely with local communities and teachers, Center faculty and students explore the globe's healing traditions in many locations around the world.