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NeuroEnergetic Therapy™ 1
Crestone, Colorado
August 12 - August 16, 2019
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This introductory seminar in NeuroEnergetic Therapy provides an entry point for the next three year professional training in NET.  This seminar may also be taken as a single seminar, just for the introduction to NET. Additionally, it qualifies for RPP level study in Polarity Therapy.  We are sure it will change your life!

The NET training has been taught in New York, Amsterdam, Prague, Madrid, Moscow, and Sydney Australia.  It has been studied by MDs, osteopaths, physiotherapists, psychotherapists and psychologists, craniosacral therapists, and bodyworkers of all types.  Craniosacral experience is necessary for entering the NET training.

Read more about NET in the article on our website

Seminars in Crestone, CO: 

Location Details

First, the necessary disclosures—Crestone, CO is remote and far from major airports.  Denver International Airport is four hours drive away, and would require renting a car.  Staying in Denver or visiting Boulder for a day or two before the seminar can help you adjust to the altitude.*  You can also fly into Alamosa Airport (ALS), which is just over one hour away.  You will still need to rent a car or share with others. 

The airline that serves Alamosa is Boutique Air:  sometimes their ticket availability is not posted until one month before the dates.  Boutique Air partners with United Airlines (only), for example, if you wanted to check your baggage all the way through (although it is possible other airlines can do this, but it will require communication at check-in).   Boutique Air is flying 9 passenger planes into Alamosa (flight = 1 hour).  If small planes are not your thing, drive from Denver—there are incredible mountain vistas much of the way!

Class times are 9:30 to 6:00, ending slightly earlier on the last day.  Lunch is +/- 1.5 hours.

Accommodation in Crestone, CO.  Crestone is a small mountain village.  There are not hotels, but rather, small inns and B&Bs.  While there are others, we recommend:  Rainbow Bed and Breakfast (inexpensive; and don’t be fooled by the name—there is not really breakfast to speak of);  I am Harmony (good for those who like angels);  and the Silver Star.  There are others as well; many advertise in the Crestone Eagle (online).

 *Altitude:  Crestone is at 8000 feet above sea level.  Note that this is 1.5 x higher than Denver.          Most people do not have altitude problems at 8000 feet, but some do.  Here are the prevention strategies:  Stay hydrated!  Drink lots of water.  Minimize alcohol.  Get “Liquid Oxygen” to put in your water. High levels of vitamin C, like in the Emergence-C packets, can be helpful.   One or two days in Denver or Boulder can help you adjust to 5280 feet before you go on to Crestone.  And, (if you wish to) visit your primary care physician and get a prescription of Diamox.  You probably won’t need it, but if you did, this is worth a lot.

Altitude sickness is a temporary but uncomfortable experience that can include headache, body aches, fatigue, and so on.  Again, you are not likely to experience it at 8000 feet, but some people do.

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