ART Beginners Theory and Practice
23rd & 24th June – Beginners ART: Theory and practice
Led by Dr. Klinghardt, this course is open to beginners and is the only venue Internationally where he will be teaching ART Foundation level theory and practice in person.
We will learn the principles of ART- proper ergonomic testing, body posture and testing dynamics. We will review the 7 factors of chronic illness and how to test for them: toxicity, nutritional deficiencies, structural misalignments, electromagnetic exposures, food allergies, interference fields, psycho-emotional issues.
The ART test for each category will be demonstrated and practiced.
ART is an evidence-based diagnostic technique – recent peer-reviewed publications:
Frandsen, A., McClure, M., Chung, M. K., & LaRiccia, P. J. (2018). Autonomic Response Testing
Compared With Immunoglobulin E Allergy Panel Test Results: Preliminary Report. Alternative
therapies in health and medicine. 2018 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
This ART course is for designed both for practitioners who have previously completed an ART course with Dr Klinghardt, as well as for newcomers who wish to experience and learn the technique from the creator and World’s foremost expert.
ART is a biofeedback enhanced physical exam, which uses changes in muscle tone as the primary indicator.
Developed by Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, PhD, ART 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.
The technique is highly effective and this is an ideal opportunity for you to enhance your diagnostic skills.
This two-day course will include:
- ART revision course. This provides key training on ART for both existing and new practitioners.
- ART practice and consolidation of the method. The aim of day two is to leave all participants comfortable with ART to the point where they will be competent to proceed to the next level of the ART Training.
This course will provide a certificate of attendance together with CPD hours for the participants.
10am to 6pm on both days.
Coffee, tea and light snacks are provided during the breaks
There is a 1 hour break for lunch each day.
Lunch is not included. There are several places nearby to buy food or you can bring a packed lunch.
There is accommodation available at the Peredur Centre for those that need it. Accommodation should please be booked separately by contacting the Peredur Centre on 01342 312527.
Location: Peredur Centre, West Hoathly Road, East Grinstead, East Sussex. RH19 4NF