This year’s Integrative Complementary Medicine Association (ICMA) Conference features dynamic speakers—including none other than The Gut Man, Don Chisholm.
Located in the Sydney CBD, at the heritage listed and stunning Castlereagh Boutique Hotel, the focus of the conference includes:
• Unfiltered water and the toxic imprint it can have on our health
• The importance of gut health and beneficial probiotics
• Dissolving stress patterns with acupressure
• Understanding the true impact of chemicals and toxins on our health and hormones
Saturday 18th March 2017, 8.30am – 5pm
Venue Castlereagh Boutique Hotel, Authentic Education Centre
Level 3, 169 Castlereagh Street Sydney
Register online at www.icma.net.au
Ondrej Bursik has been working in the field of Learning Difficulties for over 20 years. He is the Director of Optimal Learning Centre and Academic Director of the College of Complementary Medicine. He has a degree in Psychology and a Diploma in Kinesiology. Ondrej over the last decade has written many courses that allow practitioners to help their clients dissolve stress on many levels. At the conference Ondrej will be demonstrating the use of metaphors and acupressure and how this simple technique can assist people to dissolve stress patterns that many of us share and have shared for thousands of generations.
Director of Epic Water Filters, Balanced Living Nutrition and Super Organic Supplements. Michael represented Australia at the Olympic Games, Commonwealth Games and World Championship of Athletics in the 400m and 4x400m. Michael studied in the USA at Washington State University before starting his own business as a Sports Consultant. He worked with many Olympic athletes including Olympic and World Champions, World Record holders, and professional football teams. After many years travelling Michael decided to change careers and studied Kinesiology at the College of Complementary Medicine. He worked in his own clinic for 8 years before channelling his passion and starting Super Organic Supplements. He has also created an organic food based supplement distribution company Balanced Living Nutrition and his latest passion has been Epic Water Filters. Michael will be discussing the health implications of consuming unfiltered tap water, as well as drinking bottled water from plastic bottles. He will review the toxic imprint that unfiltered water can have on our health.
Don Chisholm, a.k.a. The Gut Man, is an inspirational keynote speaker on health and author of the best-seller Have You Got the Guts to Be Really Healthy? With not long to live at the age of 50, Don went on a mission to discover why some people heal and others do not. He travelled the world and his research led him to understand that the answer lies in the gut. Don is renown for his statement, “We are not what we eat, we are what we absorb.” Don now shares his wisdom, passion and energy for life with audiences worldwide, and is invited to speak at many events and conferences each year. His engaging and thought-provoking presentations are honest, occasionally confronting and eye-opening. At the ICMA conference Don will be presenting on the importance of Probiotic Foods and gut health. With his wealth of knowledge we are sure he will open our eyes to some important information.
Therese is the founder of Divine by Therese Kerr. She is a visionary, public speaker, author and an advocate for holistic family health. Therese’s presentation will reveal the dirt on the beauty industry and the impact of the mostly untested chemicals used. With hormone-related disorders, cancer and auto-immune diseases at an all time high, see how harmful chemicals found in everyday products impact our health, hormones, the health of children, not to mention, the health of the planet. Discover just how toxic the everyday products we assume are safe are to the human body and how easy it is to remove and avoid these chemicals to enjoy better health, healthier hormones and an unprecedented level of vitality.
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About The ICMA
ICMA is a not for profit organisation formed to promote integrative complementary medicine to the general public. It aims to:
- inform the general public about complementary medicine research and information;
- to provide a public register of highly qualified practitioners who practice across a broad range of modalities;
- provide links and information sharing with like minded associations and organisations;
- provide Practitioners with networking opportunities, ongoing support and training.
ICMA is an association of practitioners that specialise in integrating complementary medicines, rather than an association of practitioners specialising in specific modalities. ICMA sets its own registering standards, aiming to have highly trained practitioner registration standards.