Touch For Health Conference to Offer Self-Help Skills




The 37th annual Touch For Health Kinesiology Association conference, Wellness For All, comes to Chicago (Oak Brook) July 5-8. If you have ever been curious to understand Applied Kinesiology as used by chiropractors, or to learn the many benefits of muscle testing and discover easy to use self-help skills, then this event is for you.

Touch For Health is designed for everyone! Learn a wide variety of self-empowerment techniques from top innovative teachers in the field of holistic health and wellness.

Special keynote speakers include Donna Eden (author Energy Medicine), Dr. Darren Weissman (founder of the LifeLine Technique®), Matthew Thie (Touch For Health Complete Edition), Swami Beyondananda (the Holistic Humorist) and more.

Call (919) 637-4938 to Register. Special discount price for first time attendees!

Continuing education credits available for Massage Therapists, Nurses, and Acupuncturists. Topics include something for everyone. Visit www.touchforhealth.us for list of speakers, topics, vendor information, registration and more.


Location: Hyatt Lodge, 2815 Jorie Blvd, Oak Brook.

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