Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - SI (Mod M) Origin & Evolution of Subtle Influence Medicine December 2020

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Module SI // Origin & Evolution of Subtle-Influence Medicine: The Methods of the Originating Post-Enlightenment Healing Masters

SEMINAR FLYER // 12-13 DECEMBER 2020 Saturday 9a-6p Sunday 9a-1p

2020 Las Vegas Seminar Series FLYER 

1783 was the inaugural year of subtle-influence medicine. The refined techniques of Dr. Franz Anton Mesmer were being disseminated in Paris via the Society of Universal Harmony.

Mesmer’s Enlightenment era system of healing ­first flourished throughout Europe and the UK, then made it’s way across the Atlantic to North America, where countless innovators expanded upon and further refined his original concepts of neurological supremacy, the power of subtle influences, and the importance of touch.

In this course we present Mesmer’s original techniques and a long list of the developments that led right up to the founding of TBM in 1978.

Join us for this inspiring and captivating journey into the roots of subtle-influence medicine. You’ll never see yourself, your patients or what you do as a healer the same again. You’ll be better equipped to fulfil the graduating mandate of the Society of Universal Harmony – Allez, touchez, guerrisez! (Go, Touch, Heal!).

This course includes hands-on demonstrations by the instructor and student practice sessions & is required for SI certification.*Note: TBM is only taught to career health professionals and those actively studying to be career health professionals -AND- have a collage level background in human physiology and anatomy, (Anatomy 101 and/or Physiology 101 or equivalent)

*Reduced fees are applicable to the following individuals:

REFRESHERS - must be verified by the TBM office that the registrant has completed the identical seminar previously.

STUDENTS - must provide proof of enrollment as a full-time student in an accredited health care degree-granting institution.

FACULTY - must provide proof of employment at an accredited health care degree-granting institution.

1st YEAR - must provide a copy of diploma signifying graduation from an accredited health care degree-granting institution within 12 months of the beginning of the applicable seminar.

RESIDENT - must provide official notification from an accredited health care degree-granting institution that you are a full-time resident.