WELCOME TO HP GUILD MEMBERSHIP
We welcome you to the resources for NZ Holistic Pulsing Guild Membership.
South Island Re-treat
Thursday 27 - Sunday 29 August (inclusive) 2021
Cost: Daytrippers: memb $15 non-memb $20 per day.
Residential: memb $55 non-memb $65
Lake Rotoiti, Nelson Lakes. For further retreat information and to book your place at Beggside Cottage, please contact our retreat team.
Auckland Holistic Pulsing December (venue to be advised)
Come for a relaxing day of giving and receiving Holistic Pulsing, networking, sharing ideas and tips.
All welcome, whatever your level of experience.
Bring vegetarian lunch to share and a massage table if you have one.
A $10 donation for the use of the venue would be appreciated.
Start 11 am, finish 4 pm, or come for part of the day
For further information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
381 Richmond Rd, Grey Lynn, Auckland 1021
Our 21 - 23 2021 May Holistic Pulsing Gathering and AGM, offers workshops for professional development and plenty of opportunities to share pulsing with peers of all skill levels, for relaxation and self growth. Everybody who has some Holistic Pulsing training is welcome, and we share laughter, good food and companionship.
For further retreat information and to book your place, contact: please contact: email@example.com
“Much more than an AGM, the Annual Gathering of Pulsers is like no other! Fabulous venue with wide views of Tasman Bay and the snowy mountains beyond, nourishing food, lots of pulsing, useful professional development, good company, and lots of laughs. Wouldn't miss it for the world!” PJ
Sorry you missed 2020? For further 2021 retreat information and to book your place, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Holistic Pulsing is a “way of being”, and our 1, 2, and 3 day reTREATS encourage the opportunity to share pulsing with peers of all skill levels, for relaxation and self growth. Everybody who has some Holistic Pulsing training is welcome, and we share laughter, good food and companionship. We choose venues with scenic beauty, stillness and privacy. Lake Rotoiti, Hanmer Springs, and the Auckland Buddhist Centre are some recent favourites.
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The New Zealand Holistic Pulsing Guild, Inc.
Membership is three tier. - please enquire.
Becoming a member of The New Zealand Holistic Pulsing Guild, Inc. is easy!
There are three levels of membership:
1. Associate Membership $25.00 annually
2. Relaxation registered practitioner members are those with Holistic Health Training Module 2 Holistic Pulsing or equivalent. $75.00 annually
3. Therapeutic registered practitioner members are those with the old Guild Diploma or Holistic Health Training Certificate in Holistic Pulsing or equivalent. $85.00 annually
Registration is a 2 yearly cycle, which involves submitting evidence of professional development, a current First Aid Certificate, a reflective practice statement, and a statement from your supervisor, or feedback from a peer.
The Holistic Pulsing Guild has a Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice for the professional conduct required of its members. Copies of these may be obtained from the Guild, its members or on the web site (www.holisticpulsing.org.nz).
If you believe the Code of Ethics and/or the Standards of Practice have been breached, then a complaint may be made to the Holistic Pulsing Guild. A breach may be an incident or a general feeling that the practitioner has acted inappropriately. “Inappropriate” means
anything that is not relevant or necessary to the treatment or service. Complaints made must be relevant to the Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice only (not of a personal nature).
Please click on the document below "HP Complaints Document 2021" to read the full process.
What to do
In the first instance you are encouraged to contact the practitioner involved in an attempt to resolve the issue, or at least to notify them of the complaint.
Write down details of the incident with dates, times and names of the relevant people. A complaints form can be found on the Guild website, or from the Guild Secretary if required.
Send a letter (marked confidential) to the Guild Secretary, detailing the incident and what resolution you would like to see.
Address: Holistic Pulsing Guild, 5 Havelock Street, Mornington, Wellington 6021.
Or email us on email@example.com.
Keep a record of the letter for yourself (the Complainant).
What happens next
The Guild Secretary will acknowledge receipt of your complaint in writing, give a projected time frame for the complaints process and inform the Complaints Team that a complaint has been received.
The complaints process will begin.
The Holistic Pulsing Guild supports full members with current registration through the complaints process. Where the practitioner is not registered, they will be notified of the complaint and encouraged to set up their own supports. The complainant will be notified.
If you are not satisfied with the result of the process, you have every right to take your complaint to the Health and Disability Commissioner (www.hdc.org.nz or 0800 11 22 33)
When a Complaint is Received
The Holistic Pulsing Guild assigns an experienced member to be the complaints person each year. That person, on receipt of a complaint, may assign another member that he/she
can work with that he/she feels has the expertise relevant to the particular complaint. He/she may also seek supervision (at the Guild’s expense) for support.
The Complaints Team and the Holistic Pulsing Guild Core Group must act fairly and impartially. If any member of the Complaints Team or Core Group feels compromised, they must withdraw from the process. Confidentiality must be maintained at all times.
Whatever your interest in Holistic Pulsing, we welcome you to explore our site and contact us for any further information:
"The HP professional development workshop offered participants a safe playground where experienced & inexperienced, took something away. For me, it was how incorporating the language-ing into the pulse can stimulate pulsees to reflect inwardly without going into their heads." RG
2018 HP Professional Development Gathering.
"What a welcome and great views at the venue. So relaxed after spending the afternoon pulsing and the shared lunch was yummy!" SD 2017
- welcoming atmosphere
- safe place to learn and experiment
- fun learning with small groups
- humour and great food
- self healing
- relaxing self care for professionals
- great boundaries
- enhanced sense of well-being
- collegial upskilling
- expanded self awareness
"The recent HP annual professional development workshops and associated gathering brings us all; those who have been in the 'field of pulsing' for many years, and those who are relatively new to the 'field', into a comfortable, warm and nurturing space. We enter into and are in, a 'pulse of belonging'; belonging to a supportive and caring loving group of beings. United by delicious food and mindfulness we share medicine that heals the heart." JM 2018
- massage practitioners add another skill
- professional development transferable
- other health practitioners expanding their knowledge
- learn client-centered skills
- experience a holistic approach in practice
- join a community of practitioners