Our programs in allied health are designed to empower motivated individuals like you to launch successful careers in some of the most rewarding and fastest growing fields in the country. As a student at Omega, you’ll enjoy personalized instruction and mentorship from accomplished health care professionals. And you’ll gain an abundance of hands-on training in medical labs, computer labs, and medical simulation suites.
You can choose from the following programs:
Employment of medical assistants is projected to grow by 31 percent between 2010 and 2020.
Employment of pharmacy technicians is projected to grow by 32 percent between 2010 and 2020.
Employment of surgical technologists is projected to grow by 19 percent between 2010 and 2020.
Therapeutic Massage Therapy
Employment of therapeutic massage therapists is projected to grow by 20 percent between 2010 and 2020.
Employment of cardiovascular technologists and technicians is projected to grow by 29 percent between 2010 and 2020.
7050 Route 38 East Pennsauken NJ 8109 USA
Deepak Chopra, M.D. and David Simon, M.D. opened the Chopra Center for Wellbeing in 1996 to help people experience physical healing, emotional freedom, and higher states of consciousness. Located in Carlsbad, California, we offer a wide variety of programs, retreats, and teacher training programs that integrate the healing arts of the East with the best in modern Western medicine. Our goal is to guide our guests in timeless tools and healing principles that they can use to nurture their own health, restore balance, and create greater joy and fulfillment in their lives.
Ten Thousand Waves is dedicated to providing a Japanese sense of serenity and relaxation. Everything we do from the gardens to the woodwork, from the therapies to the therapists has been constantly and thoughtfully refined over the last 31 years. We pride ourselves on being “real”. We offer a unique ‘Japanese-adobe’ esthetic, combining the traditional with state-of-the-art technology.Our humble beginning was a small bathhouse, eight outdoor hot tubs, and one massage room back in 1981. The emphasis then, as it is now, was on the salutary effects of hot water in the Japanese tradition. Historically Americans have always treated spas as a place to get something done, be it to lose weight, stop smoking, or cure TB. In the Europeans Kur tradition, spas are places to go if you’re sick; you often need a prescription. The Scandinavians use their spas to get warm The Japanese, however, go to their traditional spas–onsen and sento–to have a good time (often in a beautiful place), and that’s what we relate to at Ten Thousand Waves. Certainly, they use hot water to achieve all the goals above, but bathing is mostly about winding down from the day, meeting friends, taking time off with the family, and relaxing. The other health benefits are bonuses. Ten Thousand Waves is much more than just bathing, but all our massages, spa treatments, and skin care regimens are designed to compliment that amazing feeling of release that occurs when we settle into a big pool of hot water.
We invite you to join us for an unforgettable experience: time at the Feathered Pipe Ranch, one of the country’s premier retreat centers. Tucked in the heart of the Montana Rockies and surrounded by miles of forested mountains, it is a vibrant and peaceful oasis to which our guests return eagerly year after year – inevitably leaving the Ranch feeling recharged and relaxed – and counting the days until they can again return.
For 38 years, the Ranch has been home to yoga and meditation retreats and a host of other personal growth programs that help us experience our wholeness and remember our intimate connection to all of life. Many of today’s foremost voices on yoga, meditation, wellness and health have come through our doors at one time or another, with many of them getting their start as a student through our scholarship fund. Joseph Campbell, Dr. Andrew Weil, Lilias Folan, Angela Farmer, Rodney Yee, Patricia Walden, Erich Schiffmann, Judith Hanson Lasater, Seane Corn, and world-renowned Native American flutists, R. Carlos Nakai – to name only a few – are honored alumni of the Feathered Pipe.
The Ranch is nestled amidst almost a million acres of national forestland and offers an ideal setting for true retreat experience, allowing the space within and without to experience the essence of one’s self and nature. Visitors can wander alone exploring ambling brooks fed by pure mountain springs and discover open vistas to view the world below and the Big Sky above. Ranch retreat visitors can just as easily find community with others, sitting on the open lawn in the shade of cottonwood trees, quaking aspens, and fragrant pine with an exquisite view out over the lake with Lake Tipi and mountain woodlands reflected. Horseback riding is available for those wishing to view the world from a truly Montanan point of view.