in8th sense


Many practitioners occasionally experience gut-hunches that provide valuable insights. They may also feel ‘drawn’ to specific areas on a patient/client for no apparent reason. At moments like these, practitioners are often able to locate precise areas that need care and perceive subtle signs of dysfunction that they normally are not aware of.


Some practitioners rarely have these experiences, but a small percent of practitioners have the ability to routinely rely on these kinds of experiences to help produce exceptional results.


What’s behind this ability? Is it something only a few gifted individuals can take advantage of?

Is there a way for the average practitioner to reliably develop this elite skill so they can also benefit from these exceptional insights?


Imagine how your practice might change if you could get access to exceptional assessment insights anytime you want to. This ability can significantly increase the effectiveness of care  - and patient / client satisfaction - for a wide range of somatic practices.


Stop Missing-Out on Essential Information!


In 1982, a team of practitioners began researching ways to enhance their assessment skills. After observing elite practitioners demonstrate exceptional perception/assessment abilities, the team realized that conventional methods of assessment were overlooking something that was significant.


The elite practitioners consistently perceived very subtle, yet significant, changes in a person’s physiology that other practitioners missed. It became evident these elite practitioners were not just paying better attention to conventional indicators when they assessed patients/clients. Instead, they were paying attention to some alternate set of indicators as they performed their assessments.


Intrigued, the team turned to neuroscience to try to understand what was behind these exceptional perception abilities. Over time they cracked the code. They identified a key set of responses that the nervous system produces when it detects extremely weak, yet significant, changes in physiology. Conventional assessment approaches don’t pay attention to this set of responses.


The Access team then moved on to develop procedures and specialized training tools to help enhance awareness of these key responses. The workshop presents a pragmatic approach to reliably develop elite awareness/assessment skills.  It has been guiding practitioners through the process of integrating exceptional insights into clinical practice for more than 35 years. The workshop's proven protocols and training tools help practitioners quickly learn how to perceive important changes in a client's physiology that are too subtle to experience through conventional methods of assessment.

These vital new insights  can significantly increase the effectiveness of a wide range of techniques.


 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."