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Columbus, Ohio, USA - Module 1: October 2017

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Start date: 2017-10-14
End date: 2017-10-15
Location: Columbus, Ohio, USA

SEMINAR FLYER

Basic Physiologic Exam & Autonomic Recovery (Sugar Control) Program

Total Body Modification (TBM) is a time-tested, easy-to-use system of healing that relies primarily on analyzing the patients’ and clients’ body through kinesiologic evaluation of TBM-specific body points and radionically-charged TBM test vials.

In TBM we don’t suppress or ignore our patients’ symptoms, we seek to respond to them in a way that restores the body’s ability to heal and maintain itself.  Most corrections are made with a simple hand-held tool that all therapists can use with confidence.  Most often, immediate results are apparent.  In TBM we use nutrition to support, but not drive the healing process, therefore significantly reducing the amount of nutritional supplementation a patient/client needs.

In Module 1, the first part of the TBM Basics, we will teach you clinically-effective muscle testing, body point location, body point corrections, and our Autonomic Rrecovery Program.

The Autonomic Recovery Program resets the overall tone of the autonomic nervous system, safely detoxifies the body, re-establishes healthy regulation of blood sugar, and trains patients/clients to listen to their body’s needs.

Among the things Module 1 will prepare you to deal with more effectively are patients/clients who struggle with depression, anxiety, insomnia, organ-centered problems, fatigue, blood sugar issues, weight management, addiction, and general health maintenance. Time for extensive practice is allowed for and a good comfort level with the material is achieved by most prior to the conclusion of the seminar.

NOTE: Webinar participants must have a webcam, an internet browser, Adobe Flash Player 10.1 or above (free download), and an 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.