Practice Day A.R.T. – 10th January 2020
Location: Emerson College
An A.R.T. practice session supervised by Michelle Boudin and Kendra Sandford.
Practice is key to mastering the A.R.T. technique.
Practice Day A.R.T. Intermediate/ Advanced – 10th January 2020
A wonderful A.R.T. practice opportunity run by Michelle Boudin and Kendra Sandford.
This is an opportunity to get hands on practice and trouble shoot your individual mastery of the ART technique. These sessions comprise carefully reviewed content organised by Dr. Klinghardt and Daniela Deiosso, working in close collaboration with our teaching assistants.
When performed correctly this diagnostic technique is 99.99% accurate and this is an ideal opportunity for you to enhance your diagnostic skills.
This course is open to intermediate and advanced A.R.T. students wishing to revise, improve and trouble shoot basic technique procedures and practice their skills on each other. A perfect warm up for the A.R.T. III Advanced course Saturday 11th and 12th January.
Please bring all your ART 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.
Coffee, tea and light snacks are provided during the breaks. Lunch is not provided.
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
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.