Muscle Testing Skills for Existing Healthcare Practitioners
|Course ID 73
This post graduate course is suitable for existing healthcare practitioners in other modalities who wish to add muscle testing to their skills. Worth 6 credits (1 credit = 10 notional hours of study) CPD. Testing muscle response can really help you to find out what your client needs to address their health problems and cuts down the guesswork. By the end of the course, participants will feel really confident about carrying out muscle testing and gain lots of priceless information to help clients more than ever before. This 'unique selling point' can make you the first choice when a client is choosing a practitioner. This course is worth 10 CPD points as approved by the NNA.
Tutor Terry Larder
Venue: Classical Kinesiology Institute, Leicester
Cost: £695 including manuals and videos, a starter test kit worth £60 and assessment. A £120 deposit secures your place. View How to Enrol and Pay A discount is available for NNA members.
Dates: Fridays and Saturdays
Part 1 3rd & 4th March 2017
Part 2 31st March and 1st April 2017
Part 3 5th & 6th May 2017 (includes assessment)
You will learn:
How to consistently and accurately test muscle response
How to discover the likelihood of specific food intolerances
Some easy techniques to help balance the body
How to use test vials to help analyse health conditions and imbalances and aid in the selection of appropriate nutrients, aromatherapy oils, etc.
How to select appropriate nutritional supplements, herbs homoeopathic preparations etc. for your clients
How to analyse and address heavy metal toxicity
How to identify potential primary causes of unwellness and major obstacles preventing recovery of health
And much more
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The last course we did was a sell-out so please book early as places are limited to small groups
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This is a previous course (archived)