Not one day passes by without me coming across at least 1 healing course advertisement from someone. Before this, I had no idea that there were so many kinds of healing in the first place.
For me, someone who wasn't aware of the existence of emotional and spiritual states growing up, healing meant a wound getting better. You know when you trip and fall, and hurt your knee/elbow or something. Sometimes while climbing down the stairs, while walking on the road, sometimes while skateboarding or the like.
So looking at people in weird dance postures and calling it some form of healing seemed a little weird to me. They could just say, "exercise and you'll get better. Closer to your goals, and closer to your life." But they chose to call it with weird names as well that don't even register which is why I forgot them. Otherwise, I would have quoted some.
5 minutes back I was going through my Insta feed and came across this healing course that had a picture of a female dressed in belly dancing clothes, looking almost like a gypsy, and bending backward.
Do they mean that if you start working on yourself, move a little and get to a point where you start loving yourself and having fun with yourself you will start feeling better overall? Because that would make sense. But if they are saying altered belly dancing is going to make you better, well it does give a lot of people body complex. Healing is a far cry.
If it is just a marketing gambit, using words that might sell, well know that people who will sign up are already going through a lot, so try not to scam them. The last thing they need is being tricked by someone who promised to provide them some kind of healing but instead added to their emotional trauma by scamming them of their money.
No, it's no one's fault that they are going through an emotional/physical/spiritual breakdown. It's a phase, it will pass. If you can then just listen to their story or distract them. But don't scam them.
Now, in my adulthood, that I understand what spiritual, and emotional healing is, I would say it's worth a shot. But in case a course of this kind doesn't turn out to what you expected it to be, just know that it's only a person at the other end of the line. Communicate your concern patiently, and see how they respond. If they can help you, nothing better.
In case they can't help you, try not to take it heart and make sure to find something that does suit your requirement. You might not find it in the first couple of tries, but know that whatever you seek in life, is seeking you in return. Just keep moving forward one step at a time and you will get there.
The world is yours to conquer!