Applied Kinesiology Basic Course Netherlands 2014

Click Here For Our 2015 Dates

Ever wondered why some patients don’t respond to your treatments?

How about a way to precisely identify the cause of a problem with EVERY patient!

For Alan Jenks and Jim Townhill Applied Kinesiology was the key to unlocking the mystery of the difficult patient and treating the patient with the problem rather then the problem itself.

Both are working in Netherlands and are certified teaching Diplomates the International College of Applied Kinesiology.

They are offering a 4 weekend course based on 3 days teaching each weekend following an International College of Applied Kinesiology approved course.

If you are interested in learning a comprehensive system of analysis that unlocks the potential of the human body.

If you find yourself asking there has to be a better way

You want No guesswork, No maybes, No theories just solid neurology, phyisiology with extraordinary results then YOU need to sign up for this course

The class is designed to give you the skills you need to handle every patient in a way that is perfect for their needs.

Applied Kinesiology Basic course of instruction

The seminar details are:-

Weekend 1 16/17/18 May 2014 – Treating the whole person, the principles of Applied Kinesiology and systemic structural problems (an introduction to the Cranial/sacral mechanism).

Weekend 2 27/28/29 June 2014 – Treating the whole person, systemic chemical problems, emotional reactions, stress reactions and the glandular/hormonal system

Weekend 3 26/27/28 September 2014 – Treating the whole person, Cranial faults, the emotional side and the acupuncture meridian system. Local spinal problems

Weekend 4 24/25/26 October 2014 – Development and movement patterns. Local problems, treating peripheral joints and local muscle reactions. Uncovering hidden problems. International College of Applied Kinesiology Competence test.

1 comment… add one

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.