Natural Health Practitioners of Canada

The Natural Health Practitioners of Canada
Annual Conference will be held in May 2014.

I am happy to say I have been invited back to the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada Annual Conference for The NHPC’s 25th Annual National Conference which takes place at the Sheraton Red Deer Hotel, Red Deer, Alberta from May 23rd to 25th, 2014.  I will be teaching a 2-day course to practitioners, teaching my manual technique, Fluid Isometrics. This will be the first time I will be instructing body workers to implement the “Block Buddy” into their practice.

Here is a breakdown of the 2 days at The 2014 Natural Health Practitioners of Canada Annual Conference.

Day 1:

Fluid Isometrics is a technique targeting the fascia. The goal is to melt through the 2000 pounds per square inch force that is created in the tissue from scarring and compression. You will learn how to use the “Block Buddy” to accomplish this within your own body, thereby learning the wisdom of pain in your tissue and how to translate that to your patients. This day can stand on it’s own but will add enormous value to Day 2 of this program.

Day 2:

The goal of day 2 is to teach you how to implement the “Block Buddy” into your practice as a body worker. You will learn how to affect scarring and compression deep within the tissue and to release this force with ease and efficiency. This day can also stand on it’s own, however combining the 2 days will leave you with a deeper understanding of the remarkable facial system and give you the confidence to apply Fluid Isometrics into your practice immediately.

I look forward to sharing this work at The Natural Health Practitioners of Canada Annual Conference as it has proven to be incredibly effective for a variety of ailments and conditions.

Natural Health Practitioners of Canada Annual Conference Natural Health Practitioners of Canada

The Natural Health Practitioners of Canada (NHPC) is dedicated to promoting the art and science of natural health practices, to serving the needs and maintaining the professional standards of natural health practitioners in Canada, and to improving health care in Canada.

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