Innate Access Workshop



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Innate Access


Most practitioners occasionally experience moments when they are able to 'sense' things that they cannot perceive through their standard 5 senses. During these times they are able to quickly locate precise areas that require care and perceive subtle signs of dysfunction, which they normally are not aware of.


What would practice be like if you could get access to  exceptional subtle perception abilities anytime you wanted to?  This would provide you with essential insights that could markedly improve the effectiveness of your care  - and client satisfaction.


Stop Missing-Out on Essential Information!


The Access Workshop has been providing exceptional perception training since 1983.

The workshop teaches practitioners how to quickly extend their range of perception so they can detect important changes in a client's physiology that are too subtle to perceive using conventional methods of perception/assessment. This provides vital insights that can significantly increase the effectiveness of many techniques.


The ability to get access to an extended range of perception, at will, distinguishes exceptionally effective practitioners from the norm.








 John Markham, D.C. - Executive Director of Level III Clinic Program at Life University


" I want to take a moment to thank you for an amazing seminar last weekend. I participated in several Access Workshops in the early and mid 1990’s. At that time I felt the seminar then was the most important seminar I had ever taken.


I have to say the information and tools presented in the current seminar are even more amazing and the workshop has advanced so much that I feel anyone who thinks they know what the seminar is all about needs to attend and find out how to advance to the next level.


I was impressed how the information was presented so that it is so much easier for the student or new practitioner to become proficient right away and the experienced doctor can also advance their skills exponentially in the same workshop.


I realize many doctors consider their technique as part of their professional identity. I want those doctors to know that you will become better at their current technique by learning this work. Any chiropractor who would like to better understand and master the Innate part of the adjustment must get this training. Thanks again for continuing to provide what is for me the most important seminar I have ever taken."