I'm not an 'intuitive' type of practitioner. Does this workshop have much to offer me?
Yes! The workshop is very effective in helping 'un-inuitive' individuals to quickly increase their range of perception. The getACCESS! approach is structured around select 'core' responses, which the nervous system produces when it processes extremely subtle stimuli. These core responses are the neurological basis for many 'intuitive' sensing abilities. With proper guidance, most individuals are able to significantly enhance their perceptual abilities in a weekend.
Why is getACCESS! referred to as a method or approach, instead of just a technique?
Participants will be shown how the getACCESS! approach can be used as a complete technique package - with assessment and correction components. Some practitioners use the exceptional perception procedures AND the adjusting procedures they learn in the workshop. Other practitioners prefer to combine their enhanced perception abilities with their existing technique package. Because getACCESS! procedures can be used to (significantly) increase the specificity of a wide range of techniques, it is referred to as an approach/method/system.
Should I review any study material before taking the workshop?
No prerequisite study is needed. Relevant information will be covered in a user-friendly way in the workshop.
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.
Helen Bergstrom, D.C.
Taking the Access Workshop was like coming home. Somewhere in my being I knew that sometimes I just knew where to go and that to get results didn’t require a massive input. Rick put it into perspective and gave us the science behind it. It is not a technique class. It is about using your technique with more certainty, confidence, and better results!
Jeff Rockwell, D.C. Author, practitioner, former Professor of Philosophy and Clinical Sciences, Parker College of Chiropractic.
As a chiropractic practitioner and educator for the past 25 years, I have taken many, many seminars and classes over the years. Of them all, Dr. Rick Wiegand's Access Workshop has proven to be the most helpful and empowering. Access has given me, and others, the ability to rapidly assess patients, effortlessly helping to locate subluxations, as well as determine what technique or style of force application to use. It has also assisted me in deepening my level of mindfulness in all areas of life.
Brycen A. Hudock, D.C.
Taking the Access Workshop with Dr. Rick Wiegand was a pivotal moment in my chiropractic career. It is, in my opinion, a must for any chiropractor concerned with the detection and correction of subluxation. Access is primarily a means of assessment that works in conjunction with any technique. Regardless of the methods you currently use, you will gain a heightened awareness and certainty in your work.
My first Access seminar was nearly ten years ago and I remember being amazed at the simplicity and how quickly I gained the skills necessary for increased awareness. I was blown away at how quickly and accurately I could find the subluxation and know when it was corrected. What’s more, everyone in the room was in total agreement. I’ve never seen that level of inter-examiner reliability!
I remember the original explanation at the time of how the developers of this technique, being intrigued by the ability of some of the great doctors in our profession who could enter a room and know in a fraction of a second what level needed to be adjusted, sought to find the answers of this heightened awareness. As they interviewed these doctors, some said it was something they were born with; while others said it was a learned awareness, but something that took many years to become that proficient.
Access allows you to develop that same awareness, often in a few hours time! Wherever you are in your career, I highly recommend attending the next Access Workshop and take your skill to the highest level. It’s all about certainty! Thank you Dr. Rick!
Kevin Hay, D.C
Thank you for an amazing weekend of awakening to all that Innate has to offer! You would think that as chiropractors we would rely more on the "wee small voice". Thanks for training me how to access certainty in my evaluations and adjustments! I can now state that I know for sure where the subluxation is and when it is corrected within a matter of seconds.
The information you presented created a bridge between Innate and science that has been sorely lacking in our profession.
I would highly recommend every D.C. learn this valuable skill set! It is something you just have to experience to appreciate, it is much like trying to explain Disney World to someone... you just have to go there to know how amazing it is!
Omri Sitton, D.C.
There are certain times in life when you’re just at the right place at the right time and years later you learn to re-discover and appreciate the significance of the event (and synchronicity) that’s happened.
Way back, eleven years ago to be exact, in chiropractic school, I happened to “be in” on a conversation about students over at clinic claiming to be “seeing subluxations”. At the time I thought that was absolutely ridiculous but was curious to find out a bit more about their experiences, and mostly where they learned such skills (and can they even be taught?). It turned out that guys over at Parker College’s “On Purpose Club” invited two very unique chiropractors, way outside the chiro-culture box, to share some new advances in science, touch us up on philosophy and do demos and training as a part of the art piece.
I was so impressed and curious with what these guys were sharing, that I decided to take their weekend training to “learn to develop my inner-sensing skills, as I’m adjusting/entraining, and to learn to connect deeper to my own inner-language of sensory perception”. In a nutshell, this weekend training helped me create what I like to refer to as “my operating system”. All the techniques and skills that I’ve been learning to develop since chiropractic college, beyond just chiropractic, have had much greater depth, specificity and have been easier and more pleasurable to learn because I have developed and nurtured an inner connection and know how to listen to my inner-senses. By the way, this is unique for each of us.
Anyhow, I’m not writing this to tell you that you should train yourself to see subluxations or to try and sell you something. I simply wanted to pass along this "gem" - a workshop that is designed to enhance your sensory and perceptual skills to levels that could take you years to develop without training. We all have those “magical days” in practice where every contact is right on. Well, you can learn about what it is that YOU ARE BEING on those days and tap into that wisdom at will.
Just as we've been trained to "find the gateway" along the spine, every contact, whether on the physical or energetic plane, has a similar gateway and your certainty of its exact location as a practitioner can greatly enhance your entrainments. By "certainty", I'm referring to a kinesthetic sense, not a mental one. If I can help you to become a better practitioner by sharing something with you, just as those guys at clinic shared with me, I’ve achieved a great comfort and purpose in the process.