Bridges: QEST for Connections
Sunrise Ranch - Loveland, CO
May 2 - May 4, 2019
May 5th AM: optional bonus time working with Master practitioners*
Don't miss these great presentations!
“SUPRISING BODILY BRIDGES” Judith Heath will be sharing anatomical connections that you may not be aware of. She’ll connect them with possible symptoms. Becoming familiar with these relationships in the body will help you to grasp possibilities for problem solving and for helping your clients even more with QEST.
“BRIDGING QEST TO OTHER ENERGY MEDICINES” Dr. Bernie Finch will explore QEST as it interfaces with other forms of energy medicine. How does it correlate, contrast, overlap, compare, and complement. How can other modalities be helpful to our clients?
“Blood Work and QEST: The Importance of Understanding Basic Blood Work and How it Can Impact Your Practice” presented by Danielle Theis. Many imbalances can be identified in basic blood panels if you look at the results through the right lens. In this session, you will learn some basic interpretations of common blood work and how you can apply what you see in your QEST treatments.
“THOSE DARN BUGS” Mary Schmidt will present a short history of symptoms and causes of Lyme Disease, West Nile and Rocky Mountain Spotted Tick Fever and lead a discussion about what is recommended and what things have worked for you.
Plus many more...
Also, at conference:
- AAEM's Annual Business Meeting
- Discussion about QEST ethics and social media
- Panel Discussions with our recent Professional Certification holders and Master practitioners
- AAEM's Annual Banquet Dinner
Plan now to join the Association for the Advancement of Energy Medicine for the 2019 annual Quantum Energetics practitioner conference. The 2019 conference will be held May 2 through May 4 at Sunrise Ranch in Loveland Colorado.
The conference will officially end Saturday, May 4th, however, you have the option to stay at Sunrise Ranch Saturday night. On Sunday morning a meeting room will be available for QEST practitioners to gather again, work on each other, and have access to Master practitioners for questions, advice and learning.
Conference Fees: Early Bird (thru March 15): $225.00
After March 15: $275.00
Students (thru March 15): $90.00
After March 15: $110.00
Room and Board Fees: Many options available ranging from $60 / day commuter fee to $173 / day for a single apartment. See registration form for additional options. Multi person rooms are available so get in touch with your preferred roommates. All options are limited, so sign up early to guarantee your preference.
Additional information will be posted as we get closer to the event.
We look forward to seeing you in Colorado!
If you have questions about the conference please contact any one of this year's conference committee members:
Paula Burns, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Schmidt, email@example.com
Luke Epperson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Joan Chaudoir, email@example.com
Tasha Morris, firstname.lastname@example.org
* Additional room and board cost to stay through Sunday morning based on your room and board options. Commuter fees will apply.
If you'd prefer you can use the registration form (link below) to register for conference.
Conference Registration Form.pdf
Also, you can download the letter that accompanied the registration form here.Cover Letter for Conference Registration.pdf