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January 29, 2013 — The Dynamic Movement Workshop recently announced a comprehensive, hands-on mission trip to Guatemala. This intensive learning experience is unlike any other. The four-day event will include one full day of technique instruction followed by three days — six hours per day — of hands on adjustments with needy residents of the Village of Conception in San Antonio, Guatemala.
Unlike most other mission experiences, each treatment will be exclusive to the patient. Patients will be pre-screened by Paul Weber, DC, developer of the Dynamic Movement Technique and Workshop. Patients will be seen multiple times over the three-day period and each doctor will deliver approximately 200 treatments.
“The hard working residents of the Village of Conception have real physical problems, many with acute or chronic pain. This mission will be immensely helpful to this community,” says Weber.
Dynamic Movement Workshops educate doctors in rapid, full-body diagnostic protocol, isolating the one specific area that has the most restriction in joint mobility. This area is the “primary subluxation.” A targeted adjustment to this area makes changes everywhere. This mission trip was born of Weber’s desire to help village people, as well as provide more experience and confidence for doctors using this protocol in their day-to-day practices.
The international workshop has two dates: May 6–9 or May 27–30, 2013.
Thirty CEUs, round trip airfare, meals, private room and board, workshop manual, and a two volume training DVD are all included in the cost. The early bird rate is available through Feb. 1, 2013.
Source: Dynamic Movement Workshop, moveonenow.com