Crystalis Institute   For Personal & Planetary Transformation

The Clinical Crystal Resonance Therapy™ Certification Training Program


Prerequisites: Successful completion of both the Becoming the Human Crystal Program and certification in the Primus Activation Healing Technique™ are required. NO EXCEPTIONS. Clinical training in CRT is very different from other crystal training programs, so you cannot "test out" or skip the fundamentals because you have worked with crystals before, or have done other training programs. You literally cannot do the clinical level training without the unique information and experience gathered in the first two levels of training.

Clinical Crystal Resonance Therapy™



A One Year Professional Certification Training Program



The clinical level of the Crystal Resonance Therapy™ Certification Training Course is specifically for those who wish to become competent and ethical practicing vibrational healers. It builds upon the personal work of the Becoming the Human Crystal Program and enables you to learn to apply that work in a clinical setting. Working with crystal allies in stones layouts, arrays and grids, with the assistance of elemental allies, you will learn to facilitate clients in their own healing process and educate them to empower themselves.


The course is structured with 10 clinical lessons and a 25 session practicum. Students will complete the instructional and clinical lessons over the course of 10 months, then will attend a three day hands-on retreat with their group for further practical instruction. After the retreat, students will have two months to complete remaining practicum sessions, with the full course and all requirements to be completed in one year. After successful completion of course requirements, students will be certified by Naisha and Crystalis Institute as a Certified Crystal Resonance Therapist (Cert. CRTh).


The structure of the course is much like that of the Becoming the Human Crystal Program, with the addition of practical hands-on healing sessions throughout the course and the required attendance at the retreat and completion of the practicum. You can expect to spend approximately 10 - 15 hours per week on course work. Instead of two required calls per month, however, there will be one mandatory call per month plus one optional study-hall to facilitate your course work and practical sessions.


This course requires hand-on practice with two separate practice bodies (mock clients). You will need to have these mock clients organized and committed to receiving one session per month each. This will allow you to develop two separate case histories for comparison and analysis. Additional mock clients for practicum sessions will also be needed for the second half of the course (Clinical lessons 7-10).


What you will learn:


The Theory & Technique module of the course is designed to give you the underlying information and theory about CRT and the practical techniques of applying that theory.


    Healing room preparation & setup

    Client intake

    Practioner & client preparation

    Session structure and processes

    Scanning and assessment techniques

    Laying-on-of-stones techniques

    Elemental balancing techniques

    Arrays and grids as applied to healing sessions

    Bridging and linking techniques with quartz crystals

    Application of elemental energies and stone energies via vibrational channeling (full body resonance)

    EN process faciliation (guiding clients through meditations in session)

    Session wrap-up


Clinical Technical Analysis

The CRTh ability to competently analyze a session is the key to the effectiveness of CRT over other crystal healing modalities. Clinical session analysis gives you huge insight into the deeper patterns at play in a client's energy field, body and life experience. It is an invaluable guide to planning treatment and facilitating your client in learning to manage their inherent imbalances.


    Identifying elemental imbalances, polarities, patterns and blockages

    Identifying physical imbalances and anticipating symptoms

    Analyzing chemical element imbalances and possible physical correlations

    Developing healing plans based on session analysis

    Understanding transitory vs. chronic imbalances in natural and chemical elements

    Identifying correlating emotional symptoms and patterns

    Identifying the proper tools & homework for clients to continue the healing work after a session



The study of chemical mineralogy is critical to the Crystal Resonance Therapist. Understanding what chemical elements are active in a client's profile and healing session can reveal deep information about their physical, mental and emotional symptoms. It is through this study of chemical mineralogy that we can understand how best to facilitate a client in coming into balance and wholeness, as well as helping them to understand how imbalances may progress into disease if untreated.


    The Chemical Elements

    The role of minerals and trace elements in physical health and well-being

    Crystals and stones as vibrational proxies for nutritional minerals

    How crystals and stones can and can't address nutritional mineral imbalances


Geology & Crystalography

Understanding the basics of how crystals and minerals develop can assist you in appreciating them more fully and utilizing them more effectively. In the geology and crystalography module we'll study how different types of minerals, crystals, and rocks form.


    Minerals, Crystals and Rocks: How they form and what they are

    The Bravais lattices and crystalline structure

    Minerals as resonant oscillators

    Basic geology and the structure of the Earth's crust


Experiential Anatomy & Physiology

You wouldn't take your car to a mechanic that had never studied how an engine works. Why would you go to a healer who knows nothing of the human body? In the Experiential Anatomy section you'll explore the body through resonance, coloring, and meditative exploration to gain a deeper understanding of how it feels, how it works, and how crystals and stones vibrate in resonance with various physical systems. This is not medical anatomy and no memorization is required. This is experiential anatomy that will assist you in clearing and communing with your Human Crystal.


    The structure of the human crystal

    Vibrational profiles of various physical systems

    Elemental correlations for anatomical and physiological systems

    Crystal correlations for anatomical and physiological systems

    Vocal toning and the physical structure

    Chakra correlations in the nervous system


Vibrational Channeling

A primary tool of the Crystal Resonance Therapist is their ability to utilize their own human crystal as a vibrational oscillator and to direct that vibration to affect a client's energy field and body.


    Crystal Heart Resonance practices to train practitioners in channeling stone vibrations through their human crystal

    Advanced elemental ally training to allow practitioners to channel elemental freqeuncies through their human crystal

    Learning to channel stone energies from the EMF of the Earth itself without having a stone present


Healing Ethics

The ethics of a healing practice is an important subject for anyone undertaking healing as a profession. You can do harm with good intentions if you are unaware of, or do not practice, proper healing ethics.


    The new healing paradigm: Beyond the "Healer" / "Client" polarity

    Draping practices

    Proper boundary setting and maintenance with clients

    How to deal with "lazy" clients

    Refusing attempts by clients to give you their power

    Educating clients to take responsibility for the healing process


Creating a Clinical Practice

The brass tacks of running a healing practice can either make or break your professional career. In this module we'll explore the "back end" of setting up a healing practice including:


    Identifying your financial needs from your practice

    Determining your fee structure and "break even" client numbers

    Scheduling practices

    Sliding scale fees, free clinics, service work and other ways to help those in need

    Preventing burn-out by developing side-line income streams that take the pressure off your professional practice


    Record keeping

    Insurance and Taxes

    Advertising and marketing your practice

    Networking and referrals


Upon completion of the course, you will have everything you need to begin a professional practice in CRT and to practice in an ethical and effective way.



Course tuition is $2500. This includes all materials and instruction, including instruction at the three day retreat. It does not include travel to and lodging for the retreat.


Applicants must have a recommendation for further study from their BHC instructor, and be certified in the Primus Activation Healing Technique.



After completing the BHC and PAHT training, contact the Institute to apply to study with Naisha in the clinical level.



2014 Clinical Training Start Dates


Tuesdays, May 13, 2014 @ 8pm ET

Saturdays, August 16, 2014 @ 12pm ET

Tuesdays, November 18, 2014 @ 8pm ET

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