We offer a variety of HighVibe Enrichment Courses that are open to the community, as well as options for on-site and off-site private learning experiences with your group or organization. Enrichment Courses do not require any form of pre-licensure. 


Death Doula Training

The trajectory of our Memento Mori Death Doula Training explores dying and death in three primary modules: The Impact of Dying and Death (spiritual, physical, mental, emotional, familial, social, economic); Embodying the Death Doula Way (support role for individualized, non-medical care uniquely suited to the dying person and their family's needs from diagnosis to after death; and utilizing our signature Memento Mori Death Kit. LEARN MORE.

Reiki I, II, III & Master Teacher Training

“Rei” means ‘universal energy’ and “ki” means ‘life force.’ Reiki is a technique that involves the activation of energy between practitioner to patient to enhance the body’s natural ability to heal itself. The primary components of these trainings include a study of the history, ethics, principles, and three degrees of Reiki, as well as how to use hands-on Reiki for self-healing, for healing others, distance healing, and the use of Reiki symbols. The Master Teaching Training prepares students to effectively teach Reiki.

Thai Metta Bodywork (Mat & Table Trainings)

Thai Metta Bodywork (For All/No Prerequisites) is rooted in the energy field of Loving Kindness (Metta) and traditional Thai Massage. This modality focusses on healing the body and elevating the mind and spirit utilizing gravity, physical leveraging, compression techniques, passive stretching, energetic awareness, meditation, and the breath.

Zahara Breath - 3 Hours

Zahara, by definition, means “to unfurl like a flower in bloom.” More simply put, it means “to flourish.” Zahara Breath, in its fullest expression, is a multi-sensing breathing exercise that utilizes the expansiveness of the diaphragm, the mind (sensory cues), and specific acupressure points to reduce stress and anxiety, and to elevate mood and overall sense of wellbeing. 

Note: Some courses fit into both the Enrichment Courses

and Continuing Education categories.