Date(s) - 07/04/2018 - 08/04/2018
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Stillpoint Practice
Learn how to balance & get feedback from the body on a
Structural, Emotional & Nutritional level.
Saturday 7th Sunday 8th April 2018
This is part one of a four-part practitioner course certificated by the International Kinesiology College. However, it is also a standalone course, open to all.
Touch for Health (TFH) is a truly holistic therapy; an excellent synthesis of Eastern and Western approaches for restoring health, relieving pain and addressing emotional issues.
Learn the science and art of muscle testing to access the body’s wisdom.
Highly effective for stress and pain relief, the TFH system rebalances the body and mind inviting healing to be restored naturally. TFH can be integrated into a health practice or, as originally developed, for families and self-help.
Touch for Health is non-invasive (recipients are fully clothed) and can be done anywhere (with the recipient standing, sitting or lying).
No experience is necessary to take part in this course.
Participants receive a certificate from the International College of Kinesiology on completion of each two-day course.
Further modules provide students with a greater depth of knowledge, including Chinese medicine theories, food intolerance testing, further energy assessment and correction techniques, and further techniques in postural pain relief and stress relief. Completion of the four parts counts towards a professional qualification.
Investment: £250 (discounted to £230 if the deposit is paid two weeks in advance)
£50 deposit pays for manual (which covers all four levels) and secures your place.
You can pay this here:
Further levels will be between 4 and 8 weeks apart on dates to suit the group.
Contact Louise Cooke KFRP Accredited Touch for Health Instructor
On 07950 919 863 or email email@example.com for more information
The course will be held at The Stillpoint Practice in Sheffield.
Registration will take place on Saturday at 9.15am with training commencing at 9.30 am and ending at 5.30pm. On Sunday we will start at 9.15am and finish between 5 and 5.30pm. Fees can be settled at registration with receipts supplied if required.
Lunch will be at 1.00 to 1.45pm. If you wish, bring something to share. Drinks and snacks will also be provided. Though the manual covers the course contents you may wish to bring a notebook and pen.
I look forward to welcoming you on to the course.
If you have any further queries please get in touch. On 07950 919 863 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information