Attention: Registration deadline for the NAET Symposium 2020 is April 15th!
Welcome to Salzburg!
Salzburg is known as “The Stage of the World” and offers the perfect ambience for the NAET SYMPOSIUM 2020.
Degree in Combined Arts; postgraduate diploma in teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Degree in Education (Lifelong Learning). Homeopath and a NAET practitioner since 2012. Bach Flower Practitioner, Homeobotanical Therapist and a Present child Translator. Rachel has worked in the UK and Hong Kong. She has worked for international humanitarian aid agencies specialising in distance learning for adults, then retrained as a complementary health therapist. Her general practice has a particular interest in families and young children. Rachel also works in schools as a mentor for teachers and a play therapist for children with additional needs.
She has a graduate degree from the National College for Naturopathic Medicine in Tel Aviv. She is a Reiki master who is also trained in clinical nutrition, Botanical medicine, Bach flower remedies, Shiatsu, Reflexology, Iridology, nutritionist, aromatherapy. She has been a healing practitioner since 1999 and is deeply passionate about disease prevention and the optimization of overall wellness through holistic and nontoxic approaches. Gal was born in Israel and currently resides in Lexington, MA with her husband and three children.
Juan Palacio obtained his MD degree in Colombia in 1986. He then completed a Master’s degree in Molecular Biology at the Free University of Brussels. He worked in biomedical research for 4 years and then studied Homeopathy in Colombia and Traditional Chinese Medicine in Colombia and in Montreal (Canada). He’s been practicing NAET for 11 years.
Dr. Mónica Noviello, is an MD, she has a master degree in Homeopathy, Acupuncture and Nutrition, she also uses techniques such as neural therapy, Bach flowers, orthomolecular medicine, among others. She has been an NAET practitioner for more than 15 years. She is a certified NAET instructor for Mexico and Latin America. He directs 2 alternative therapies clinics, one in Cuernavaca Morelos and another in Mexico City.
Attended University of Michigan and Logan College of acupuncture. He has practised NAET for 21 years, it is 100% of his practice. He is a NAET instructor and has taught NAET in Europe, and, has given the NAET practice building course at the US symposiums since 2008 donating the fees from this to NAR foundation.
Dr Ginger Martin graduated from the University of California at Davis with a Bachelors in Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behaviour and worked in research before searching for a way to apply her science and medicine background in a more direct way. She fell in love with Chinese medicine and holds a Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine (DACM) from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. Her practice combines her strong science and western medicine background with the holistic approach of Chinese medicine, and since 2015, also NAET. Dr Ginger is also a faculty member at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego.
A retired Dental Hygienist, interested in nutrition and the effects of the food we eat. Started NAET in 2007, watching her husband, Dr. Gordon Stevenson, chiropractor, give patients another chance of life with chiropractic, NAET, acupuncture and laser therapy. Gordon passed on in July 2019. Margaret is continuing to work with his NAET patients.
Allergy Free Naturally, PC; Freeing people from allergies since 2008. Investigator For the Global Autism Study; Admin For The Practitioner Only FB Group; NAR Foundation Board Member; Public Relations and Director For Fund Raising; She has worked in the medical field as a Registered Nurse for 26 years.
Patricia Lew received her Bachelor of Arts in sociology with a minor in architecture from the University of Texas at Austin. She received a $10 off coupon in the mail for acupuncture during her senior year of college. Immediately after using it for her first treatment, Patricia fell in love with holistic medicine. She continued receiving regular acupuncture treatments and along the way decided to pursue a degree in holistic medicine. Patricia received her Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Texas Health and Science University, graduating valedictorian of her class in 2007, then subsequently earned her Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine.
Sister Naina SND started NAET in the year 2003. Treating children with all types of disabilities with good success. She has treated HIV affected orphan children for 10 years ,again with good results. She is an ardent follower of NAET and treat all kinds of health problems at present.
1987 University of Florida, Bachelor Microbiology, 1991 Ross University, DVM, 2015 Chi Institute, Certified Veterinary Acupuncture, 2015 Certified NAET practitioner, 2016 NAET Instructor. Specializes in Small Animal Medicine (Canine/Feline). “About 90% of our canine and feline patients suffer from allergies. We incorporate Kinesiology to screen drugs to be used for anesthesia, prior to vaccination, and other medications. NAET is used to resolve the sensitivities as needed.I have experienced using NAET for gastrointestinal disorders, behavioral problems such as inappropriate elimination, and urinary incontinence, Inter pet aggression, skin problems such as “Rodents Ulcer” (erosions on lips of cats), atopy, food allergy, chronic ear infections, Feline Asthma, Canine Bronchitis, auto-immune disorders, Epilepsy, and for stabilizing Diabetes.”
• Autoimmune disorders and NAET
• Stress and the Associated Chemicals
• Polycythaemia Vera, JAK 2 gene
• Experiences and tips from over 20 years kinesiological muscle testing
• Case studies; a) Polycystic kidney disease b) cranial nerve & gene work, lectins and brain allergies on very depressed 8 year old
• Strategizing Your NAET Testing Process
• Case study; Kidney failure
• NAET and Cancer
• Sensitivity testing in a female population affected by human papilloma virus vaccination (Gardasil)
• Chronic fatigue Syndrome & Parkinson disease
• Multiple Sclerosis
• Your NAET Adventure Awaits
• NAET miracle stories
• Supporting Families with children with additional needs, NAET and Whole Family Healing
• Patient case study
• Pets and NAET
• Lyme Disease
• Rheumatoid arthritis
• Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis
Schedule changes due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
Web based NAET studies from October 4th to 25th, 2020
Book your place today for the NAET Symposium in Austria. In addition to the opportunity to participate in exciting exciting lectures, interesting sights in Salzburg can be visited.
- Available from 01.10.2019.
- NAET Basic certificate upload is required for registration.
We reserve the right to refuse therapists from the TRM-, BBA- and JMT-lists.
Imlauer Hotel Pitter
Welcome to the premiere of the NAET – Symposium in the 4-star-superior Imlauer Hotel Pitter. The NAET – Symposium is taking place at The Imlauer Hotel Pitter, 4-star-superior. It is in the centre of Salzburg, close to many places of interest, an ideal starting point for walks into the heart of Mozart’s city.
The family Imlauer combines very successful tradition with modernity and sustainability, provides a lot of personality as well as individual service and charm for the guests of the house.
Tip: Use the code „NAET“ to get a discount at Imlauer Hotel Pitter.
The Imlauer „Sky Bar & Restaurant“ on the 6th floor of the hotel boasts an excellent location.
In the Pitterkeller, Salzburg’s most important beer cellar, you will find a rich selection of regional delicacies.
The Imlauer Hotel Pitter impresses with 192 stylishly furnished rooms of various categories.
The centerpiece of the Pitter Event Center is the Pittersaal, which can be divided into up to 6 sections.
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Directions to the NAET – Symposium
In the charming old town of Salzburg, numerous pastel-colored houses and many baroque churches can be admired.
popular destinations for visitors to the city of Mozart in Salzburg or the surrounding area include the Salzburg Cathedral, the Europark, the Red Bull Arena, the Rupertus Therme or the Wolfgangsee.
Mozart’s Birthplace & Getreidegasse
In 1756, Salzburg’s most famous son, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, saw the light of day in house number 9. Today, his birthplace is one of the most visited museums in Austria and is an absolute highlight especially for Mozart fans.
Mirabell Palace & Mirabell Gardens
In 1606 Prince Archbishop Wolf Dietrich built the castle. Father Leopold Mozart and his children Wolfgang and Nannerl played music in it. Today it is considered as the scene of romantic weddings far and wide.
The Capuchin monastery Salzburg
The Capuchin monastery Salzburg lies on the Kapuzinerberg and offers visitors along the many hiking trails, especially along the “Basteiweges”, charming walks and great views of the old town of Salzburg.
Big Festival House
The Große Festspielhaus in Hofstallgasse was built between 1956 and 1960 to plans by architect Clemens Holzmeister and is one of the most impressive venues of the Salzburg Festival.
Fortress Hohen Salzburg
The imposing 11th century fortress is a real eye-catcher high above the baroque towers of the city. An unmistakable landmark, visible from afar in the silhouette of Salzburg. Close up, the story behind the old walls can be experienced all year round with various guided tours.
The Mozarteum is the home of the “Mozarteum Foundation”, and includes the former palace on the Mirabell Gardens, educational facilities and halls for musical performances.