30 August – 1 September 2019
West Plaza, Wellington
Marion Miller on (09) 828 4539 or email@example.com or register now online!
Join us this year for the following exciting line-up:
From the bright and breezy to the soulful, and back again; Marion Pawson and
friends will provide our Friday evening entertainment. A combination of performance and singalong to kick-off this year’s conference.
Dr Anne Jensen completed her DPhil at Oxford University studying the validity of Muscle Response Testing. She will share her important findings and stories about the interesting journey to achieve them.
Barbara Wards – SIMPLE IS GOOD. You don’t have to know a lot to be useful. Going further with simple procedures with children teaches both you, and them, a lot. Simple ideas used over thirty plus years of clinical practice.
Tessa Grigg – Demystifying Research. When you read the words “research proves…” how do you know it is reliable and credible? With so much information available on the internet, this session will provide some tips on spotting unreliable research and how to find reliable sources of information.
Catherine North – Five Element Emotional Balance developed by Kenichi Ishimaru. Catherine, TFH Faculty for NZ, will demonstrate this in a short TFH balance to show how relationship conflicts can be resolved using the five elements – an action based balance which gives great insight into the dynamics of any relationship.
Debby Emeny – Rezonate (Vibrational Sound Healing). Will offer a unique experience for our group by initially guiding us on a shamanic journey to meet our power animal, then they will continue with playing and bring everyone back round and fully grounded.
Kerryn Sedgman – Psychology of the Soul on the Tree of Life. And the Soul Star Astrology.
Csaba Toke – Non-traditional way of using herbs with Kinesiology balancing.
Richard Rust – Clinical Implications of the Ileocaecal Valve Syndrome – the Chaos of Jammed Muscles.
For more information contact Marion Miller on firstname.lastname@example.org or 09 828 4539. Remember Wellington is a non-residential conference. You need to make your own accommodation arrangements. The West Plaza Hotel is holding a number of rooms for us ($160 room only per night) and will do so until the end of July.