Auckland, New Zealand - Module 2: August 2019
- Brand: Total Body Modification, Inc.
- Product Code: 2019-08-03_AUCKLAND_M2
- Availability: In Stock
Soft Tissue, Immune, & Neurological, Energy & Emotion.
9am - 6pm
Early-bird deadline: 25 July 2019
*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)
Allergies, Emotions, Energy & Additional Body Points
In Module 2, we complete the TBM Basics, teaching you TBM’s renowned Harmonization sequence for allergy, pathogen, toxin and emotion vials. You will also learn over 200 kinesiologically-based emotional techniques, in-cluding the Emotional Erases. These techniques eliminate the emotional “scar tissue” that produce dysfunction within the body and in the patients/clients life as a whole. We will teach you over 50 additional Body Points, our Learning Enhancement techniques and TBM’s Energy Circuit tests and corrections.
We will also show you many things you can do with the Module 1 Body Points. This includes eliminating joint pain, improving nutrient utilization and to breaking the cycle of multi organ dysfunction. We introduce you to “Menuing,” a procedure that enables you to quickly discover your patients/clients unique healing “code.”
Among other things, Module 2 will prepare you to work more effectively with patients/clients who are struggling with allergies, food and chemical sensitivities, reproductive and urinary issues, chronic pain, learning disabilities and deep-seated emotional issues.
We will have ample time for work shopping in this seminar. You will learn the techniques and have a chance to work shop them, get questions answered and leave with confidence in your ability to reproduce the results with your own patients/clients.
NOTE: Webinar participants must have a webcam, an internet browser, Adobe Flash Player 10.1 or above (free download) and internet connection. Be aware that the audio and video quality is sufficient to allow understanding of the material and participation in the seminar, but is not DVD-level quality.