licensed pneumatherapist

Certified Pneumatherapist (PnT) licensed to practice

You worked so hard for this, and now it all came to pass.

This Unit takes you through the steps to Licensing. All of this happens at your place of Internship.

You will have access to your Practitioner Portal on the IAP website  where you will record your client files, generate reports, consult symptom/cause/treatment database, know your karma and more.

This is the very end in the process of becoming a Certified Pneumatherapist. You have earned the designation (PnT).


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Unit 6 – (PnT) Theoretical Exam

This unit helps the student to prepare for the exams. The unit ends with taking of the exams.

There are two main exam units, the Online Theoretical Exam and the Pre-Practicum Exam.

Online Theoretical Exam

Online Theoretical Exam is a two-part exam.

  • Part 1 is a written assignment. You will have 5 days to prepare for and submit the assignment.
  • Part 2 is an open book, time sensitive, online exam that covers all work from Introduction to Pneumatherapy through Unit 5. This exam takes about 3 hours to complete.

More information about how to go about receiving your assignment instructions and how to schedule the online exam are dealt with in lessons 1 and 2.

Pre-Practicum Exam

By law, and by IAP regulations, we need to have a solid system in place to make sure that the person who studied the material and passed the exams is the same person who graduates and is licensed. How do we do that?

After you arrive for the Practicum your ID is verified. Your passport will have the same name and date of birth and citizenship than your online student profile.

The next day, you sit for the 30-minute written Pre-Practicum Exam section and participate in the 30-minute oral exam section. The exam covers any of the work you had done to date.

How to prepare for this exam is covered in lesson 3. The short of it is, if you are the person who studied the material and passed the Online Theoretical Exam, you will pass the Pre-Practicum Exam.


The Internship Experience

As compared to practicums, internships take on the characteristics of a real job focusing on independent application of skills and knowledge in the workplace setting. Students are placed with on-site professionals who manage their workload and oversee their performance much as an administrator in an actual employment setting would. Additionally, program instructors oversee the clinical work and two to three times during the internship, evaluate their progress and performance.

A major difference between a practicum and a internship involves the degree of expected involvement of the student with hands-on work. The expansion of task expectations can be demonstrated using the previous examples from the education and medical fields. Compared to a practicum student, interns would not only assist supervising teachers, pneumatherapists, with client, writing up of case studies, therapies and planning therapeutic approaches, the intern will handle the entire case by herself, knowing that a teacher is close-by for consultation. In a similar fashion, nursing interns would go beyond mere charting of vital signs. They would be expected to understand and independently perform evaluation procedures on multiple patients, then accurately record their results and consult with their nursing supervisor about them.

Internships are usually considered to be full-time experiences, following the work schedule of the assigned placement. They also receive academic credit, and in some cases, may be provided a stipend for services rendered.

As an avenue for preparing graduates for careers, academic practicum and internship experiences are valuable tools for learning. They not only afford students opportunities to demonstrate their knowledge and practice their skills in real world settings but prepare students for the realities of the workplace. By understanding the differences between a practicum and an internship, students have the advantage of being better prepared to navigate the curriculum of the pneumatherapy teaching program.

FEES: Fees for the Internship phase have been pre-paid. All payment plans have Unit 8, Intern Program pre-paid. Therefore by the time you get to this Unit, you have already paid for it. This helps some students with the expenses associated with attending at an intern location. The price of $5 listed for this unit is just a way for us to get the software to work.

TIME: 4 weeks

PREREQUISITE: Unit 7 – Practicum

(PnT) Unit 7 – PRACTICUM

What is the Difference Between a Practicum and an Internship?

Understanding the difference between a practicum and an internship can better prepare students for the curriculum demands of the program.

Essentially, educational practicums and internships are supervised on-site work experiences that allow students to practice and demonstrate their developing skills and competencies in their chosen career. While these experiences bear some similarities in design, their purpose and scope are quite different.

The Practicum Experience

Practicums are field experiences that allow a student to observe and document how working professionals perform their job responsibilities. Students will also participate to a limited extent in performing tasks under supervision by program professors and on-site staff. Concurrently, students enroll in a course which outlines the expectations and requirements of the practicum.

The expectations associated with a practicum vary according to the career. For example, a practicum in pneumatherapy may require assisting the teacher with client assessment, paperwork, and some of the therapies. A practicum in nursing may entail recording vital signs for one or two patients under supervision. General characteristics of the practicum includes:

  • Learning hands-on therapeutic skills
  • Learning to do reports via the IAP online portal
  • Learning to dispense entheogenic medications
  • Learning hands-on diagnostic skills
  • Shadowing one or more assigned employees who will guide the on-site experience.
  • Observing and correlating practices in the field with theories and methods previously studied.
  • Recording data or assisting with tasks as directed by on-site personnel.
  • Completing practicum course assignments.

Participation at the practicum site is typically a full day. Parts of days will be devoted to working, parts to learning. No remuneration is expected for a practicum, but it does qualify for academic credit.

FEES: All payment plans have Unit 7 and 8, Practicum and Intern Program pre-paid. Therefore by the time you get to this Unit, you have already paid for it. This helps some students with the expenses associated with attending at the Practicum location. The price of $5 listed for this unit is just a way for us to get the software to work.

TIME: 4 weeks

PREREQUISITE: Successfully challenge the Final Theoretical Exam.


(PnT) Unit 5

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Unit 5 Certified Pneumatherapist (PnT)

We learn the theory behind the Know Your KarmaTM test and analyses. We learn counselling theory and how to assess and interpret chakra energies and analyze it. We learn about marma points, marma therapy and the all important dhatri techniques, in theory. By the time we arrive for practicum, we will have all the theory to immediately start to learn the hands-on skills.

We conclude the theoretical studies in Anatomy and Physiology.

FEES: $471 on the pay-per-unit payment plan.

TIME: 40 hours


FOLLOWING: Prepare to challenge the Final Theoretical Exam. Once a pass mark is received, students attend the practicum and internship phase when graduation and licensing will take place.

(PnT) Introduction

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Introductory study toward Certified Pneumatherapist (PnT)

This course introduces the learner to the concept of pneumapathy (what causes spiritual energy un-wellness) and pneumatherapy (how to restore spiritual energy wellness), and its underlying theories, the philosophy and the metaphysics.


This is a required course for future studies toward CERTIFIED PNEUMATHERAPIST PRACTITIONER (PnT)


Full fees for (PnT) Certified Pneumatherapist program is $3,300.

This course explains the Grants, Payment plans and Ashram options associated with the program.



The first modules in this course starts off your with an overview of studies toward  CERTIFICATION as professional pneumatherapist with the designation (PnT). You will also learn other information to help you make a career decision.

Learn about course duration (this Introductory Module plus Modules 1 through 7), tuition fees, income potential of a Pneumatherapist, financial assistance, ashram studies, the International Association of Pneumapathy,  Internship, metaphysics, quantum physics, spirituality, and more.

This course goes into quite some depth regarding QUANTUM PHYSICS and SPIRITUAL ENERGY and the SPIRITUALITY and life of the pneumatherapist.


After 14 days, your free access and the Results of your course material expires and is deleted from the system. We have to do this to conserve valuable database resources for committed students.

During the 14 day period you can subscribe to Unit 1 of the course CERTIFIED PNEUMATHERAPIST PRACTITIONER

PLEASE NOTE: If you would want to continue your studies after the 14 day period, when results have been automatically deleted from the system, one would have to open a new account under a new username and email address, and start over by redoing this course–its not all that bad, but please do take note of this.


The usual access to tutors, the ability to message and share information with teachers, and access to discussion forums is not available in this Free course. It is available for committed students on all future courses.


(PnT) Unit 4


Unit 4 concentrates on the theory of frequencies of energies as experienced in plant extracts, minerals, entheogenics and meditations.


We learn theory of meditation. We concentrate on two particular styles, which the pneumatherapists will teach as Certified Meditation Instructor–Karman Active Meditation and Guided Mantra Meditation.


In unit 4 we start to blog and manage our own WordPress sites. The skill to speak to Pneumatherapy in a public forum is practiced. This element continues throughout Units 4, 5, 6 and 7.


We continue our studies in anatomy and physiology, and its associations with the subtle body.




Budget to invest about 20 to 30 hours in Unit 4.


There are practical elements. You will need time and space to practice the different meditations. We do both Karman Active Meditation and Mantra Meditation every day at Wayist centers, so during your practicum and internship you will get a lot of practice to earn the certification to teach meditation, but the theory and basic skills must be mastered by the time you start practicum.



(PnT) Unit 1

Ancient yoga healing modality Pneumatherapy therapist doing a healing on female client while family in attendance


CERTIFIED PNEUMATHERAPIST PRACTITIONER studies UNIT 1, is the second step for all studies in Pneumatherapy toward the designation (PnT) and licensing with IAP.

We learn: Anatomy of the Soul Body; Introduction to Soul Minds; Metaphysics and Physics of Energy; Wayism; Anatomy & Physiology intro.; Glossary.

FEE: $471 on the pay-per-unit payment plan (all fees in USD)


Access to tutors, the ability to message and share information with teachers, and access to discussion forums is available in this course. It is also available for committed students on all future courses.

TIME: 40 hours


This is a required course for UNIT 2 in studies toward CERTIFIED PNEUMATHERAPIST PRACTITIONER (PnT)


The prerequisite for UNIT 1 is the free course INTRODUCTION TO PNEUMAPATHY.

Students can pay for this course ahead of time, but cannot access it before they have successfully completed the prerequisite courses.