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Peiec Healing




Applicability Guidelines
These guidelines are relevant for all Peiec Healing sessions, whether they’re in-person, online, one-on-one settings. The same applies to both our in-person and online courses.

Pregnancy and Postpartum Considerations
Peiec Healing is generally not recommended during the first trimester of pregnancy. .

Child Attendance
For children ages 1-18, a guardian must be present during the Peiec Healing session.

Consent Requirements
Every new client is required to complete an intake form and provide explicit consent before their Peiec Healing practitioner can initiate treatment.

Exclusions for Treatment
Clients are required to disclose all pertinent medical conditions on their intake form.

It is recommended you do not use the techniques of peiec® under the following circumstances:

During the first trimester of pregnancy

On someone with a pacemaker –going through the layers is fine but no additional work

Anyone with acute psychiatric conditions or suicidal tendencies. Serious mental health disorders (e.g., bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, psychosis)

Anyone with a medical emergency – wait until they are in a suitable medical environment and have a diagnosis and treatment

Be aware of working on anyone who has an acute medical injury; first and foremost we advise you seek medical assistance.

Diagnosed severe PTSD

Current use of heavy medications affecting brain chemistry (e.g., antidepressants, anti-anxiety medication, antipsychotics)

Recent occurrences of physical injuries, fractures, or surgeries

Uncontrolled epilepsy

Prior history or diagnosis of aneurysms

History of seizures

Hospitalization for psychiatric conditions, emotional crises, or spiritual emergence within the last three years

Any other condition that may hinder or affect the client’s capacity to participate in a session.

Professional Conduct
Practitioners of Peiec Healing must not be under the influence of illicit substances or plant-based medicines while treating clients. Additionally, such substances should not be included in any aspect of the treatment process, and practitioners are prohibited from treating anyone under the influence of these substances.