Hellerwork Structural Integration Training


The Hellerwork Structural Integration Practitioner Training Program at UCHA is formatted as an 18-month training program and is presented in Five 15-day onsite classroom intensive. In between classrooms, intensives are Four 3-month online classroom E-learning learning segments. The program is made up of a 1025 clock hour hybrid curriculum.

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Nebraska Requirements for Hellerwork Structural Integration Certification


An 1185 Clock Hour Diploma is needed for Nebraska Licensure. This would require the additional 100 clock hours of Hydrotherapy, and 60 clock hours of Pathology will be needed for Nebraska Licensure.


We're excited you're considering UCHA!

UCHA offers a Diploma Program preparing the student for application for licensure as a Massage Therapist, Hellerwork SI, and an Associate Degree Program, improving employment opportunities within the community.


The Hellerwork Structural Integration Practitioner Training Program at UCHA is formatted as an 18-month training. It comprises a 1025 clock hour curriculum covering the seven components that makeup Hellerwork Structural Integration.  1025 training is a ‘blended’ program with intensive on-site weeks interspersed with distance learning phases using an interactive online format.  Of the 1025 clock hours, 750 of these clock hours will occur on-site with classroom lectures and classroom labs over five 16 days of intensives. There will be one full day off in the middle of a 16-day intensive.  Each intensive is interspersed with five learning phases where you will complete specified assignments with supervision and online learning.  Students should plan accordingly when arranging their personal and work schedules.


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You can find the college in the Historic Florence District, the oldest community of Omaha, Nebraska. After ten years of being in the Dundee area at 50th and Dodge, the College relocated to its present location of 8702 N 30th Street Omaha, NE 68112, in December of 2005. 


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The overall purpose of the Universal College of Healing Arts (UCHA) is to pass on the ancient art and science to:

  • Individuals who wish to develop their natural healing abilities.

  • Individuals in transition who want to create or expand their healing arts.

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The Universal College of Healing Arts does not discriminate based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, age, or disability in admission or access to its programs and activities. The College complies with the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Civil Rights Act of 1991, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, related Executive Orders 11246 and 11375, plus all civil rights laws of the State of Nebraska.

Accordingly, equal opportunity for employment and admission shall be extended to all persons. The College shall promote equal opportunity and treatment through a complimentary, continuing affirmative action program.