Jeremy Harlow : healer and teacher
My background and training in the healing arts started in the mid nineties. Throughout the years, I have been gifted with many teachers and opportunities to train in the ancient wisdom traditions. Some of these training’s include: spiritual and visionary technologies, energetic cultivation and embodied meditation, psychic and intuitive development, along with the non-dual teachings of Dzogchen.
I have been studying and practicing hands on healing in various forms since 1996. Some of these modalities include: shiatsu, traditional massage therapy, myofascial release, reiki, qigong energy healing and craniosacral therapy. My current refinement of bodywork has led me to study with Franklyn Sills in Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy and I was certified by the Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Association of North America in late 2016.
I have been certified as a taiji quan (tai chi) instructor through the U.S. Kuoshu Federation by my main teacher in the Daoist arts, Grandmaster Huang, Chien-Liang, with whom I apprenticed under for ten years. One of the requirements consisted of several thousand hours of teaching, which does not include the amount of time accumulated from direct learning from my teacher and my personal practice which is of course the most important. My teacher used to tell me, “If you want to master something, learn the art, practice diligently and teach.” Through the blessing of my teacher, this is where I learned most of the qigong, neigong, taiji quan, bagua zhang and most significant, kunlun xian zong pai dao meditation (Immortal Footsteps School of Kunlun) that I know. I have also been certified as an advanced qigong teacher and qigong clinical practitioner by the National Qigong Association. I hold a first degree black belt in the Korean martial art of Hap Ki Do, and a third degee black sash from the World Kuoshu Federation in the internal martial art of taiji quan.
My mentor in the Native American and Tibetan shamanic ways and spirituality, is William C. Young Jr. (Dances with Trees). I met Bill in 1996 at Elizabeth Dinges’ (a trainer of shamans) place in Reisterstown Maryland, where many Native American ceremonies took place on a regular basis including sweat lodges, pipe ceremonies and healing circles. The meeting was one of direct knowing of a path and relationship that was to follow, much like lightning that illuminates the sky. Bill has played many roles in my life, and at one point I lived with him for a few years learning the ways of the shaman. In 2009, Bill married my wife and I in a traditional Lakota wedding ceremony. I hold my relationship and the teachings that Bill offers close to my heart and it is something that greatly influences my healing work and way of life.
Here are my credentials and training: Jeremy training
Here is my teaching experience: Jeremy’s teaching experience