Pneumapathy and Pneumatherapy
pneuma is ancient Greek for spirit
Pneumapathy is an ancient eastern healing system that treats the holistic human being from the vantage point of the spirit. Over the course of human history, Pneumapathy developed considerably. Today, the art and science of pneumapathy comprise proven methods from several different cultures. IAP is the self-regulating and licensing body that certifies training curricula, trainers and teachers, and professional healers.
The professional Pneumatherapist is a healer trained in pneumatherapy, who earned Certified Pneumatherapist (PnT) designation and maintains annual licensing and continued education requirements.
During 2015, International Association of Pneumatology and Association of Pneumapathy merged as one professional body now known as International Association of Pneumapathy. IAP is a worldwide, membership based, self-regulating body and certifying authority for professional spiritual energy healers, pneumatologists, pneumatherapists and pneumapaths. IAP upholds professional standards and Continuing Education requirements for licensed professionals.
Headquartered in Siem Reap, Cambodia (Eastern World) and Ontario, Canada (Western World), we serve members and member organizations worldwide.
CODE OF ETHICS AND SLA FOR TEACHERS AND TEACHING BODIES
Members abide by a code of ethics and service level agreement of minimum standards with regard to teaching, training and skills transfer courses.
CODE OF ETHICS FOR PNEUMATHERAPISTS
To be granted a license and maintain membership, individuals who wish to practice Pneumatology and Pneumatherapy hold to the Code of Ethics for Therapists. The Association sets and monitors continued education standards required to uphold professional status.
WHO ARE LICENSED BY IAP?
The list of professional designations and licenses certified by IAP :
- (PnT) Certified Pneumatherapist
- (PnM) Master of Pneumatherapy
- (PnD) Doctor of Pneumapathy
SCHOOL OF PNEUMATHERAPY
The first complete curriculum for online learning of the academic modules of pneumatherapy came online in 2017–an offering from Prajnaparamita School initially based in Nepal, today based in Cambodia.