A.R.T.™ III Advanced Course – 23rd & 24th May 2020
Run by Dr Dietrich Klinghardt & Daniela Deiosso
Location: Emerson College
Time: 10am – 6pm each day
This course is reserved for practitioners who have attended A.R.T.™ Beginners and Intermediate courses, and have mastered the hands-on part of A.R.T.™.
In this course, we will focus on detecting and treating medication uptake problems, the most common cause of therapy-resistant chronic illness. Microbes and metals are not everywhere in the body – they create protected domiciles in specific body compartments. Here they secure their survival by creating a yet poorly understood barrier, which blocks the entry of immune cells to this area. It also prevents the entry of otherwise effective remedies that have been tested out before for the client’s condition.
By using A.R.T.™ in a specific way, we can find the area where microbes and toxins are hiding – and the hidden uptake block. With a series of well-researched methods and almost magical keys, we can open this area to uptake our remedies and make the treatment work as A.R.T.™ would have predicted. It is estimated (Y. Omura MD), that the dosage of a remedy has to be increased approximately 20-fold to reach this area otherwise. With the A.R.T.™ based drug-uptake enhancement method, we can achieve wonderful results, using minimal dosages of herbs or – if really needed – medical drugs.
During this A.R.T.™ training, we will repeat the principles of A.R.T.™, warming you up by testing each other.
Please bring all your A.R.T.™ tools including your test kits and your treatment tables if you can.
Please stay on whatever protocol you are on and bring all the supplements/medications that you are taking or considering taking.
Please remember not to wear essential oils or perfumes as these can alter the testing and cause blockages in the system.
East Sussex. RH18 5JX. UK
Telephone: +44 (0)1342 822 238
Fax: +44 (0)1342 826 055
Note: Refreshments included – Accommodation and lunch NOT included
Please contact the Emerson College directly if you would like them to assist.
The link to the booking system at Emerson is:
Coffee, tea and light snacks are provided during the breaks
The venue is accessible for people with a mobility impairment.
Please do contact us if you have any special requirements or concerns; firstname.lastname@example.org
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– NO RECORDING – filming and recording of the event are prohibited.
– Please ensure to turn off all mobile phones during the event, preferably turning on flight mode before switching off. We have many attendees that are electro-sensitive so we endeavour to reduce EMF’s as much as possible during the event.
– Please do not bring any unnecessary electrical equipment.
– Please refrain from wearing any strong perfumes or using any strong chemicals.
– Please wear the name badges provided throughout the event – This not only helps us to get to know you all better but is also helpful for health & safety purposes.
We would also appreciate the return of all name badges at the end of the day so that we can be environmentally friendly and recycle them!
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A.R.T.™ is a biofeedback enhanced physical exam, which uses changes in muscle tone as the primary indicator.
Developed by Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, PhD, A.R.T.™ is a comprehensive diagnostic system that has helped to transform many practices around the world into healing centres – and helped many practitioners to become accomplished holistic physicians.