The Klinghardt Institute, Sussex, UK
Saturday 11th November: 10am-6pm, Sunday 12th November: 9.30am – 5pm
About the Practice Weekend:
If you are an A.R.T. student / practitioner and would like to revise, improve and consolidate your A.R.T. skills and testing technique in a live group environment then this practice event is designed for you! Over the weekend Michaela and Kathy will review and revise Dr Klinghardt’s most up to date A.R.T. techniques. Both have assisted Dr Klinghardt in recent clinics and stay up to date with his latest teachings so are are able to bring you up to date with the latest methods used by Dr Klinghardt and the way that A.R.T. has evolved in this post-covid era.
If you’ve completed A.R.T. to at least the intermediate level (A.R.T. 2) and learned predominantly online and would like to add the opportunity to check and refine your technique, then this event will give you the practical focus to feel more confident in your practice. If you plan to take the A.R.T. Foundation Level exam then this course will be invaluable practice with the opportunity to optimise your technique. Concentrating on the needs of the students present, you’ll have the opportunity to practice on each other throughout the weekend, running systematically through the A.R.T. flow and techniques with teaching, guidance and correction from Michaela and Kathy. By the end you should feel confident that you are getting accurate and reliable testing results.
Please note: this is a Practice Event, not an A.R.T. course. It is only open to students who have completed A.R.T. 2 or above, either online or in person.
Who is this practice session for?
Autonomic Response Testing practitioners and current students who have completed at least A.R.T. Level 2. Although we will be focusing on the Foundation Level skills, this practice is also applicable for more advanced level practitioners as this is about revising the basics, improving your technique, making sure your testing is up to date and that no bad habits have crept in!
What will be covered?
By the end of the weekend you should be able to:
- Correctly calibrate the arm and know the common pitfalls
- Feel comfortable that your straight arm test technique is correct and accurate and that you can use different intermediates and still feel confident that you are getting the right results
- Clearly determine the difference between strong and weak arm
- Use the pol filter correctly
- Correctly run through the organ scan and adding in the heart as an essential organ post covid
- Know all the tapping points, position correctly and know which point relates to each of the organs in the organ scan
- Set up the session and have everything positioned correctly
- Calibrate off and on the patient, and know why it is important to do both
- Assess open regulation as the first test and short cuts to correct if blocked
- Check neurogenic switching and short cuts to correct
- Do the full organ scan and find the priority organ, correct the priority and then go back to check the secondary organ blocks
- How to use 2-pointing in the context of clearing blocks
- Run through a quick scan to get a patient unblocked, unswitched and clear the priority organs in a few minutes.
- The O-ring test and how to test for a Yang state
- The Yin mudra and how to test for a Yin state
- The vagus test and how to test for the allergy or stress state
- How to interpret the different arm states and distinguish between different type of strong arm and weak arm states
- How to get out of a yin or yang state to continue testing
- Review the FLOW from Friday
- The latest teaching from Dr Klinghardt on opening regulation to find the priority issues
- Adding in the various switching tests and different ways to resolve
- How to do the 30cm and 80cm scans
- How to test using the CDs, slides, and toxins
- The secondary scan with pol filter off, the steps taken and how to use the mirror correctly
- How to do direct resonance using CDs, slides and toxins, the 3 rules of direct resonance, and common pitfalls
- How to do the geopathic stress test and how to troubleshoot your results
- The way to test biophysical stress and how to interpret your results
- Testing for primary and secondary food allergies
- Testing for nutrient deficiencies
- How to do the synergy test to check the final protocol
- The opening angle, how to test it, what the results mean and what to do if partially open
- Dose testing remedies to find the therapeutic dose
- The uptake test and how to resolve uptake blocks
- Putting everything together in the correct testing sequence as expected at the Foundation Exam level
- How to end the session correctly
Throughout the weekend there will be plenty of opportunity for hands on practice with correction and advice from Michaela and Kathy to enhance your diagnostic skills and confidence with A.R.T., especially important for those that have only studied A.R.T. online. You’ll be able to ask questions and make sure that you are prepared for the Foundation Level exams (further exam dates will be announced soon!)
A few requests to attendees:
- Please bring all your A.R.T. tools including your test kits.
- Stay on whatever protocol you are on and bring all the supplements/medications that you are taking or considering taking.
- Please do not wear essential oils or perfumes as these can alter the testing and cause blockages in the system.
- All mobile phones must be switched off during the event.
Travel, Accommodation & Food
Location: 14, Hunns Mere Way, Brighton BN2 6AH, UK
Breaks and Lunch:
Lunch is not included – we advise that you bring your own lunch as we’ll only have an hour and there are limited options close by. There is a small Tesco about 10 mins walk away if you need to buy any food. Organic, gluten-free snacks and tea, coffee and water will be provided in the breaks.
The closest hotel to the Institute is : The Downs Hotel, Warren Rd, Brighton BN2 6BB 01273 390860 http://downs-hotel.co.uk/
Rottingdean is about 8 minutes by car and has the following: White Horse Hotel, High Street, Rottingdean, United Kingdom, BN2 7HR 01273 300301 | Reservations: 0345 608 6040 https://www.greenekinginns.co.uk/hotels/white-horse-hotel-rottingdean/ Ye Old Black Horse 65 High St, Rottingdean, Brighton BN2 7HE 01273 300491 01273 300491 https://www.yeoldeblackhorse.com/
A full accommodation list can be sent on request.
About Michaela Jezzard, BA (Oxon), DipION, mBANT, CNHC, CFSP, GNC
Michaela is an award-wining Registered Nutritional Therapist, having completed further training with the IFM and British Society for Ecological Medicine, and has specialist training in integrative cancer. She has studied extensively in A.R.T., MFT and APN with Dr Klinghardt, keeping up to date with the latest advances and techniques. Michaela leads the Klinghardt Institute teaching team, supporting Dr Klinghardt & Daniela Deiosso in looking after the syllabus for our practice sessions and the Foundation Level exams. She has also studied under Dr Deanna Minich in bringing together Western medicine and Eastern energy medicine, with a focus on colour medicine. She specialises in finding the missing pieces to unravel complex cases, identifying the underlying root causes and imbalances and bringing together various modalities such as nutrition, lifestyle, detox, functional lab tests, trauma work, and colour therapy to bring back balance and support the body’s innate ability to heal. Specialisms include immune system disorders such as autoimmunity, cancer, chronic pathogens, parasites, Lyme disease, Long Covid, ME/CFS; heavy metal toxicity and thyroid disorders. Michaela currently works alongside an Integrative Medical Doctor at Hightree Medical Clinic in Sussex where patients can combine a variety of diagnostic and treatment concepts including IVs, oxygen therapies, blood tests, Oligoscan testing, PEMF and photonwave.
About Kathy Pasch MSc, IFMCP, AFMCP, CNMdip, mBANT ,CNHC ,mANP, GNC ,mIFM
Kathy is a certified Functional Medicine practitioner, Clinical Nutritionist and A.R.T. practitioner. She has over a decade of experience in various aspects of health, having first become interested in Functional Medicine and the power of nutrition following her own adventure with ill health.
She became fascinated with solving complex and chronic conditions. Her success in helping clients with multifactorial conditions is a result of her wealth of knowledge and intuition, combined with a sincere warmth and compassion.