MIETEK WIRKUS, a Polish bioenergy practitioner was born in 1939. His unusual healing gift was discovered when he was a child. Technically defined, bioenergy healing involves the replenishment of human "bio-currents" and the elimination of energy disturbances and blocks. Bio-currents are manifested in the bioenergy field surrounding the body.
In 1982 bioenergy healing was officially approved in Poland to supplement the work of highly trained medical professionals. Mr. Wirkus received his professional license shortly thereafter. While in Poland, Mr. Wirkus was one of the first professional bioenergy practitioners employed by a medical center to complement the work of physicians. In an average week, Mr. Wirkus would work with 300 to 400 people.
Mietek Wirkus arrived in the United States from Warsaw in September 1985, along with his wife Margaret. Since his arrival, Mr. Wirkus bioenergy healing ability has been studied by different medical and psychiatric professionals in the United States. In response to increasing requests, Mr. Wirkus has conducted workshops and lectures throughout the United States and Canada including the George Washington University in Washington, DC, American University in Washington, DC, the Naval Hospital in Bethesda, MD, the Uniformed Services University in Bethesda, MD, the Menninger Foundation of Kansas, the Institute of Noetic Sciences in San Francisco, the A.R.E. Clinic of Phoenix, Arizona, the International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine of Boulder, Colorado. Almost four thousand students in the U.S. and Canada have taken their Basic Bioenergy training. Over seven hundred have successfully finished Advanced Bioenergy Class.
Private consultations are held at Wells Therapeutics in Virginia Beach, VA and in Bethesda, MD. During a session, Mr. Wirkus conducts a careful examination of the individual`s energy field. As necessary, he will use his own energy to restore that person`s depleted energy flow to help their body achieve the balance that makes healing possible. He does not offer himself as a practitioner of medicine nor as a substitute for professional care. Rather, he insists that people follow the advice of the professionals who referred them.
For more information about private appointments in Virginia Beach call Mae Dozier at 757-905-3856 or 757-549-7791. To make appointments for the Bethesda office call 301-652-1691.
For a schedule of classes and locations: http://www.mietekwirkus.com/classes_schedule.html