South African Healers Association (SOAHA) is a community of healers, spiritually, physical and intellectually, engaged in the task of influencing the development and support of various healing practices in South Africa and recognizes the spiritual elements of these spiritual, traditional, indigenous and natural healing practices. One common theme in research activities is that all relate to the accumulation of knowledge, whether scientific or unscientific, theoretical or practical.
This multifaceted initiative takes the basic aim of healing to be to contribute towards enhancing what is of value in life by means of various efforts respectively, and seeks to help solve our daily spiritual life problems.
SOAHA is a fully registered NON-PROFIT COMPANY (NPC), with the office of Company Registry in Pretoria, with the aim of registering all interested Multifaceted Healers Provincially, Nationally and Internationally for the sake of promoting African Healing through Research, Education and Publications.
SOAHA has identified Five Pillars within which it will operate:
- Research and Education (Create cohesion and Relationship between Indigenous Healing and Modern Medicinal Healing Practices and Models.
- Spiritual Healing and Transformation
- Ancient Wisdom and Interconnectivity
- Connecting the Past to the Present to forecast the future
- Connection of Indigenous Healing Models to the Modern Healing Practices
Its major objectives are:
(i) To bring together all Spiritual, Physical and Intellectual Healers.
(ii) To promote Western, African and Primitive Healing in South Africa.
(iii) Be the voice of all Healers Registered with SOAHA in different platforms National and International
(iv) Conduct Research on various problems that are facing our people to find healing solutions that will create life value to humanity.
(v) Organize and arrange various seminar/Conferences for the benefit of our members.
(vi) Run various academic programs for the empowerment of our various members in their various ways of Healing
(vii) Promote various forms of healing in South Africa.
(viii) Create tolerance for various healing methods/systems as we find them in South Africa.
Membership is opened to all Healers, Traditional and Modern.
Dr. V.V.O. Mkhize (033-5691317) – firstname.lastname@example.org