Balancing Nutrition & Toxicity (BNT)
Kinergetics Balancing Nutrition & Toxicity (BNT).
This eight-hour workshop teaches the energetics tests and corrections for the amygdala (Fight/Flight response) in relation to the TMJ, Chronic Fatigue, Chronic Pain, Arthritis, Tinnitus.
Energy tests and corrections are taught for various nutritional deficiencies e.g., Iodine, Selenium, Magnesium, Vitamin C and for Heavy Metal Excesses e.g. mercury.
A comprehensive manual, kinesiology test kit, nutrition testing cards and light refreshments are included in workshop investment.
Learn and practice the skills on how to energetically alleviate the symptoms of Chronic Fatigue, Chronic Pain & Fibromyalgia.
Test for energetic imbalances:
- Zinc and magnesium deficiency/excess
- Sodium, potassium and trace mineral deficiency
- Iodine deficiency/excess
- Calcium excess, and where it will show in Arthritis and Fibromyalgia
- Mercury, copper and fluoride toxicity
- Adrenaline sensitivity (Flight/Fight/Freeze/Survival)
- Colour sensitivity and what it means
Correct everything you find in 15 minutes by taking the body out of
fight/flight, which means water and magnesium are now available!
*Attendance at BNT is required for Practitioner Certification.
Location: Deloraine, Tasmania, Australia.
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Philip RaffertyFounder & Director of Kinergetics RESET® Kinesiology
Philip Rafferty is the Creator and Author of Kinergetics Kinesiology and RESET modalities.
Philip’s first experience with Kinesiology was in 1980 when he went into a Health Food Shop and experienced his first Muscle Testing, for food sensitivities. Philip was intrigued by the fact that placing of sugar next to his cheek could cause him not to be able to bold his Anterior Deltoid Muscle in contraction, no matter how hard he tried. He was also amazed that his body could show, when asked through the medium of Muscle Testing, that sugar affected it. He decided to find out more. This was the start of Philip Rafferty’s lifelong work with kinesiology.