While genes and genetic coding are important in determining someone’s physical and psychological make-up, they only tell part of the story.
Many of you are familiar with the term ‘epigenetics’ – the idea that genetic expression can change and be affected by factors outside of DNA. Environment, toxicity, emotions and trauma all seem to be a part of this. Can we use muscle testing and kinesiology techniques to identify stress within the genome and balance it? Can we use this to change the make up of our bodies and, therefore, our life experience?
Join us for another Collaborative Workshop as we explore the concept of epigenetics: the physiology, chemistry, emotional and energetic components of this fascinating subject, taught with integrative practical protocols.
A Collaborative Workshop
This new event will be centered around all aspects that influence genetic expression. With the Human Genome Project (ended in 2003 but still working on minor genes) we thought to unveil all secrets of how our fenotipe is built. We now understand that, beside our genetic inheritance, a wide variety of external factors influence how our genes work and how we can adapt to our environment.
More than a conference, this will be structured like a workshop – the difference being that it will be taught systematically by 4 different instructors, each of them will sharing his view and techniques in a complete, integrated protocol.
The course will be in English.
With the ticket you get:
- Access to the live course in English (via Zoom)
- All documents, videos, manual and competence test + certificate (via Knowlative, even with a FREE account) accessible for 1 year after the conference.