‘The Yogic Neuromuscular Strokework as taught by Dyal Singh Khalsa in Clinical Practice For Healers, Bodyworkers and Doctors’

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with Joginder Singh/Dr Barry J Goodman, D.C., B.S.E., A.A.S.,
31 Years Clinical and Private Practice

Saturday, February 9, 2019
1:30pm – 5:30pm

‘Neuromuscular Therapy Strokework’ is a Connective Tissue, Deep Tissue Release introductory workshop for healers, bodyworkers, Doctors and medical professionals.

The body has immense capacity to heal, restore, revitalize, repair and renew. It sometimes has blocks, physical ones and many of those blocks to health are attached to…happiness. The active ingredient in the healing practice of people who do bodywork of all nature is in the ‘physical’ practice.

This also can be applied by non professional persons as a simple technique to eliminate ‘cross linkages’ in connective tissue throughout the body, to release from restriction, and restore function and circulation. How can it be used by a non professional? There is a part of the healing work that synchronizes the breath and the ‘strokework’, and when doing this, the person applying the ‘strokework’ can be as light in touch as comfortable with a great benefit to the client.

Register Online  $150.00 – Early Registration $99.00 through 01/25/2019.
Workshop is limited to 30 persons

Upcoming Saturday YNMT Trainings 1:30pm – 5:30pm

03/02/2019 – Energetic and Psychic Self Defense YNMT $150.00

03/16/2019 – Energetic Holographics: the Healing Spiral in YNMT $150.00

03/30/2019 – Protocols in YNMT.  Treatments, preparations, clearing, scheduling.  The business of healing. $150.00

Curious to know more? Read here.  What is Yogic Neuromuscular Therapy

Barry J. Goodman, Chiropractor as taught by D.D. & B. J. Palmer
Yogic Neuromuscular Therapist* as taught by Dr. *Dyal Singh Khalsa
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Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan, Level 1 and 2
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