LIVE SEMINARS 2016
Tim O’Shea DC
Author of Vaccination Is Not Immunization
(more dates added soon)
|Advanced Topics in Clinical Nutrition
Course Outline: Advanced Topics in Practical Nutrition
|Saturday, 28 May 2016|| FitExpo – San Jose |
|Saturday, 4 Jun 2016||Orange County, CA|
|Saturday, 19 Aug 2016||Alaska Glacier CE Cruise|
|Saturday, 17 Sept 2016|| Paris, France|
|29 -30 October 2016|| Gainesville, GA: North Georgia Symposium For Holistic and Integrative Medicine|
|The Chiropractic Seminar: Technique, Philosophy and Neurology
Course Outline: Full Day Hands-on Adjusting Seminar
|The Vaccine Seminar – 2016
7 PM – Thursday, 28 July 2016 . . Focus, Oklahoma City
|The Physics of Sound Healing:
Pythagoras to DD Palmer
|The Fading Art of Osseous Chiropractic Adjusting – Dr Young / Dr O’Shea|
Traditional osseous adjusting is becoming rarer every year.
This is a hands-on, step by step, deconstructed workshop on the fundamentals of moving bones. Actually doing it. A great adjustment is accomplished fluidly and painlessly with speed, finesse, and confidence. Since we strive to make sure each attendee gets personal instruction, we don’t want to take on large numbers. These events are usually sold out, half doctors and half students.
Many students are thrilled to have made their first actual adjustment, since they are often discouraged by their schools. The doctors are happy to tune up their skills, get new ideas, and be evaluated for the elusive mastery of this fading art. Feedback averages 9 out of 10.
Attendees will receive critiquing on all details of the masterful adjustment of bones: assessment, set-up, pre stress, line of drive, delivery, etc. This is not a theory course.
If students are not exposed to the essentials of adjusting before graduation, there may be limited opportunities to see exactly how it’s done, up close and personal, by an experienced proficient. Many simply give up. Any art worth mastering requires suffering through our early mistakes, and never giving up. This course will accelerate that learning curve exponentially. This is the fast track, whether you’ve just graduated or have practiced for 20 years. Success requires mastery of a specialized skill, unique to the chiropractic profession.
No Green Books No scripts No vendors No core balancing No toys or machines No clicky clicky
Comments: “Fantastic experience. Wish I could attend the O’Shea /Young school of chiropractic! – this seminar reminded me why I chose this profession in the first place.” Dr KL
“… learned more about adjusting today than in my entire time at Cleveland- thanks a million!” AB
“… Nothing like it anywhere. Completely hands on. … equivalent to months of technique at school. extremely valuable day. –Dr MV
“…At school most of the techniques we are taught we hate; we know we will never use them. What we learned at this seminar we CAN USE, WILL USE!” — Dr KM
“The whole seminar was fast paced and fun. Refreshing to see it truly can be as simple as this. Why didn’t anyone ever tell us? You guys will save the profession!” – JSM
“Learned more at this seminar than in all of school.— the inhalation of awe as the students marveled at the speed of a good adjustment.” – Dr KC
Hello Dr T.
Wow what an incredible response we have had. I had guys literally telling me the Fading Art seminar in Windsor was the best thing they have ever done in chiropractic. Thank you very much for an incredible event this past weekend.
can’t tell you how happy and excited we are to see the great impact you and dr young had on the Halsa team and others in the UK and Europe.
We would absolutely love to arrange another one next year…. 🙂 ?
With chiropractic love,
dr ryan and natalie rieder
the halsa group
The seminar in Windsor was liberating to finally be allowed to talk about subluxations, and how bad at adjusting we are. Please come to the UK to teach us how to adjust – our schools aren’t teaching us.
Thank you also for adjusting my neck and releasing a fear in me. That was my Transitional Moment – today!
to Dr Wenban after Barcelona College philosophy and technique lecture:
that was a great lecture we had, Adrian– ask the kids! really fun– they totally get it. i videoed it and it should be on my site as soon as i edit it. my theme was: why you are blessed with the good fortune of having founded probably the best chiropractic school on earth, and why that is. afterwards we went to the technique room and i adjusted the entire audience.
you know adrian i was thinking about this little problem of ours, this war we are engaged in every day, and it hit me that this was what bj’s entire life was like– battling the dilution and frankensteinization of the sacred trust—- he never prevailed overall, not really– some of us carry the torch from him, but the pure idea has never generally crystallized throughout the professional latticework. but like him, we have no choice— we have to keep trying to save as much as we can—- but the road to perdition seems so attractive to many of those in power in our profession. some are so weak, so venal, and so unanchored. why is that?
stay the course!
I recently attended a full day seminar with Dr Tim that covered vaccines, nutrition, chiropractic philosophy and hands on adjustments. It was such an amazing day that was filled with chiropractic golden nuggets. His knowledge and passion for the profession is glaringly obvious and infectious and after spending the day with him my certainty and competency were on another level.
Thank you Dr T, I am proud to be in the same profession as you. You Rock!”
Dr Ryan Rieder
“Needs to be on the cover of our magazine and journals. It’s huge! Intention is everything. Great to be in a good, strong philosophical fire again. The info on the medical subluxation documentation was fascinating and vital. Will help enormously come Monday morning.”
– Dr M. Diehm, Phx
Tulsa seminar Neurology: Great purpose and intent! Thanks for reminding me why I do what I do. worth every penny – plenty was discussed and and can be used immediately to improve my skills and my focus — Dr Dave Campbell, Oklahoma
It is an honor to hear from a chiropractor so committed to preserving the value and purity of our profession.
Dr Taylor Muenster
(watch for new dates – online version available.)