Free Taster in Applied Bio-Mechanics

August 6, 2015

 

Free taster session for those interested in experiencing or considering training in Applied Bio-Mechanics is available here, at the entrainment Center, Castle End farm, in Lea, Ross on Wye on Sunday 16th August at 12.00

 

Ken Ladd is taking a break from his busy Center in Arkansas and travelling throughout Europe at the moment, providing ABM trainings throughout the summer of 2015.

 

Applied Bio-Mechanics is a light touch body work therapy that is non-invasive. 

Applied Bio-Mechanics specifically refers to the theraputic touch technique developed by Dr Hurley around 80 years ago. (It is not to be confused with the similar sounding term 'biomechanics').

Dr Hurley created a system, which is called Aquarian Age Healing, whereby gentle touch is used to reverse the strains and tensions within the body structures that go on to cause pain and disease.

It has been shown to relieve pain, increase mobility and function.

Conditions treated include: Acute back pain, chronic back pain, pelvic pain, fibromyalgia, headaches, high blood pressure, digestive disororders and other disease processes.

 

Ken's bodywork career began in Aquarian Age Healing, as taught by Dr. E. F. Hales, in 1987. He became an advanced student of Dr. Hale, who was himself a student of Dr. Hurley in the 1940's.

In 1990, Ken received Dr. Hale's written consent to continue the teaching of this technique - through all 5 sections of this Aquarian Age Healing Technique.

Ken is a passionate teacher and mentor, and this will be the first of this training in the UK - ever!

 

We are very pleased to welcome him here at the Entrainment Center, and invite you to come and be part of a very unique experience and opportunity to speak to a leading expert in this field.

 

Please email to confirm your seat.

crystalmoonessences@gmail.com

 

Thank you

 

 

 

 

 

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