16 CE's- Athro Therapy for Healing Arts Practicioners, AZ

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16 CE's- Athro Therapy for Healing Arts Practicioners, AZ

Time: November 3, 2018 at 10am to November 4, 2018 at 4pm
Location: Black Canyon City, Arizona
City/Town: Black Canyon City
Phone: 406-370-4519
Event Type: healing, arts, workshop
Organized By: James Tree-Gilmore
Latest Activity: Oct 24

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Event Description

This is your invitation to attend the upcoming workshop on how to greatly increase your effectiveness as any kind of therapy/medical professional. Register soon as the class size is limited.

Adding Athro Therapy to any healing modality greatly increases your ability to deliver powerful results to your clients whether you are an MD, Massage therapist or Energy healer.

This two day workshop will explain and demonstrate how to use techniques from Cranial Osteopathy, Quantum Mechanics combined with ancient Aboriginal healing arts.

When: 10 am Saturday November 3rd to 4 pm Sunday November 4th.

Location: Black Canyon, Arizona.

Athro Therapy has been taught in several countries around the world as well as in many parts of the US. Be sure to read the testimonials of this powerful healing arts technique by visiting http://www.wholehealthschool.com/athrotest.html.

The workshop will be held at a beautiful desert location near Black Canyon, AZ. Directions available to registered students. Workshop starts at 10 am on Saturday, the 3rd of November and ends at 4pm on Sunday the 4th of November.

Bring a brown bag lunch both days for a working break at noon and wear comfortable clothing.

Tuition is $295.00 if received by October 26th, $350.00 after the early registration dead line.

If you are a returning student who has taken courses in RRT or MNR therapies there is a $50.00 discount as well.

$15.00 will be refunded to students who bring their own massage table after the end of the workshop.

This class offers 16 CE's for massage Therapists. As not all students need the CE's, there is a $30.00 fee for the CE's.

To register visit: http://www.wholehealthschool.com/sedona.html


About the Instructor


James Tree-Gilmore, CST, LMT, has developed a healing technique that can dramatically increase the effectiveness of any therapy/modality. He has taught in many countries, and his students range from Medical Doctors and Osteopaths to Energy Healers, Massage Therapists and Reiki Masters.

He is the author of "The Athro Technique, how to live a Charmed Life" and "The Way of the Sacred Pipe."

Jim is a CranioSacral Therapist trained by the Upledger Institute. He is also a member of the International Association of Health Practitioners and is one of the only Medicaid recognized provider of CST in the US.

Jim has practiced CranioSacral Therapy (CST) for over 20 years. He has studied the therapeutic effects of Cranial Osteopathy, Cellular Memory Release and Automated Percussion Therapy with Dr. Feeney, DO, an internationally known instructor of Cranial Osteopathy.

He has studied the principles of Quantum Mechanics as they relate to health and healing for 6 years.

Jim has worked as a Senior Biomedical Engineer with some of the world's largest medical instrumentation companies.

From a student: "I am always looking for new techniques and skills to add to my healing and energy balancing practice, and was wonderfully surprised at how fun, easy and EFFECTIVE Athro Therapy is. Jim is an engaging instructor and made the class entertaining and enjoyable as well as very educational."

Questions? E-mail jim@jimtree.com

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