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[Online] Mini Series – Using the Oleatonics oils during a Nutripuncture® consultation
May 21 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm UTC+8SGD130
Using the Human Structure Oleatonics during a Nutripuncture® consultation with Cristina Cuomo
Tuesday 21st May – 4 to 5:30 pm SG time
This module offers practitioners the opportunity to review or learn how to use the Oleatonics, brown and yellow, during a consultation.
The proposed tests allow an accurate assessment of the vitality state of the different centre points of the body (coronal, frontal, laryngeal, thoracic, gastric, umbilical and pelvic). The practitioner will then be able to demonstrate the efficiency of a sequence and measure its impact on the photonic circulation of a centre and on the vitality of the related functions.
– Reveal oedipal dynamics (bipolar and unipolar)
– Check the integration of a sequence at the cortical level
– Test the vitality of the different functions at the level of the centres.
– Use of specific sequences.
About Cristina Cuomo
Closely collaborating with Dr Patrick Veret, founder of Nutripuncture®, Ms Cristina Cuomo is in charge of Nutripuncture® education programs in France.
For about 20 years, Cristina has conducted some research on the benefits of Nutripuncture® on the voice, posture & movement. She is vice-president of the Human-Voice association, whose honorary president is Edgar Morin. She conducts numerous conferences and trainings on walking, voice and Nutripuncture® in Europe and Canada. Cristina is also the author of La marche un mouvement vital [The walk, a vital movement].
Investment and registration details
This workshop is the 2nd in a series of 6.
Registration fee – $130
$660 for the 6 workshops – One-time payment
This course is open to Students & Practitioners only.
Limited to 12 seats.
Cristina Cuomo will be conducting this workshop online from Paris.
The workshops will be located in Singapore, however, if you are overseas, you can watch them live online or watch the recording at a later time convenient for you.
See the full list of mini-workshops series here.