About The Instructor
Sara McRae is a Licensed Massage Therapist and Touch For Health Instructor for the International Kinesiology College.
She’s an open-minded skeptic who never thought she’d be working with energy medicine. She was introduced to Energy Kinesiology when a practitioner found, with muscle monitoring, that an emotion from a traumatic birth experience was the source of her stiff back. Thirty seconds later, when the emotion was cleared, her back stiffness was gone, and she began a journey to find out what happened to her as an infant.
Several months later, Sara ended up in a Touch For Health class, not knowing that she would learn those same skills, and it would change the course of her career!
You might find Sara barefoot hiking in the wilderness, running marathons with little training, relying mostly on her “jedi mind tricks” (aka Energy Kinesiology techniques), or balancing herself (aka rubbing lots of points and waving her hands around) before she lifts weights at the gym.
Sara received the “Instructor Rookie of the Year” award in 2016 to recognize her for teaching Touch For Health right out of training. A natural-born teacher, she’s been coaching and teaching for years, but now it’s wellness instead of technology! She’s quick to laugh, doesn’t take life too seriously, and she is a huge fan of naps!
You won’t find another instructor more immersed and more passionate about the material. She makes her living diffusing stress with her clients in her private practice, and lives and breathes it every day in her personal life.
“Energy Kinesiology is the most fun and fascinating healing wizardry I know! Everyone should know this stuff. Teaching it is pure joy-rising, because I get to witness students have their mind blown by what they can do with these skills!”
Our TFHKA instructors are approved as continuing education providers by:
(NCBTMB) National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork
(NCCAOM) National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
(ISSA) International Sports Sciences Association