I believe that profound transformation is possible, both individually and globally, when we address the root cause of our illnesses and imbalances and take action energetically and holistically.
Like the ripple in a pond, when we heal ourselves, our energy sends a vibration and frequency that heals others and helps to heal the world.
My goal is to empower clients by allowing them to tap into their own innate ability to achieve homeostasis. I use Healing Touch and Shamanic Healing to provide a bridge between conventional and complementary care and to help clients reach their physical, social, emotional, mental and spiritual goals. I enjoy inspiring others to realize their full potential.
A former high school and college biology teacher, Katie Oberlin began working in Healing Touch and integrative medicine in 2003. In addition to achieving her certification as a Healing Touch practitioner and instructor (HTCP/I), Katie is also a Healing Touch Program Qualified Mentor, meaning she can train others to get their certifications and pursue a career in Healing Touch. She has also pursued training in Advanced Practice Techniques (including Trauma Release), Holistic Counseling, Energetic Anatomy and Physiology, Energetic Transformations, Hospice Volunteer Services, Healing Touch for Children, Healing Touch for Babies and Healing Touch for Animals.
Katie received advanced training in shamanic healing at The Power Path School of Shamanism in 2014. Her travels have taken her to power spots in the southwestern United States, as well as Mexico and Peru, where she has worked with shamans from the Q’ero and Shipibo indigenous healing traditions.
Professional Associations and Memberships:
- Healing Touch Professional Association
- Society for Shamanic Practice
- Association of Bodywork and Massage Practitioners
Healing Touch Program; San Antonio, TX:
Healing Touch Certified Instructor (2014)
Healing Touch Certified Practitioner (2005)
Power Path School of Shamanism, Santa Fe, NM:
Advanced Shamanic Healing Practitioner (2014)
Northwestern University; Evanston, IL:
Master of Arts in Teaching (1978)
Smith College; Northampton, MA:
Bachelor of Arts; Biological Sciences (1977)