Especially for Nutritionists and Herbalists:
Iridology Training Session Webinars
Why is this health coach smiling? Because she knows something you don’t!
If you are a nutritionist or herbalist who is struggling to build your business, I can help you. I’ve been there, done that – I know where you are and some of the problems you’re having. Join me for a free webinar to explore why you are struggling (I’ll bet you haven’t figured out the weak links I’ve figured out!) and how to enjoy more success quickly! Live event only; replays will NOT be sent out.
Look with me into someone’s eyes:
Monday, Oct 15, 2018
5:00 – 6:30pm MDT
Register: Choose your preferred time here
Topic:Constitutional Iridology:Endocrine – Blood Sugars
Nutritionists, Herbalists, & Naturopaths: We know diet has a huge impact on blood sugars, the development of Type II Diabetes, and related issues such as cardiovascular disease. Poor diet on top of a genetic predisposition to such problems spells trouble in a big way.
What if you could tell by looking at your client’s eyes that they were at greater genetic risk of developing these kinds of problems? How would this information guide you in educating and inspiring your clients to make changes?
The eyes hold so many clues and give us so much information about a person’s risk when it comes to blood sugars. We don’t need invasive tests to show us there is a risk. We only need to know what to look for in a person’s irides.
Knowing how to assess irides for blood sugar risks will boost your confidence as a holistic wellness professional. You’ll be able to ask client-specific questions more precisely and craft individualized programs on the spot.
Judith Cobb (MH, NNCP, CCII) has more than 37 years’ experience as a holistic health coach and holistic health instructor.
Iridology Courses & Education
I love teaching iridology education courses. Learning how to assess irises to learn about a person’s health is a useful skill all holistic health coaches can use. It’s also something that many non-coaches find interesting. Iris assessment reveals where a body’s inborn strengths and weaknesses are. Iris assessment does not give disease names (diagnosing). It does not tell us what therapies to used (prescribing). Iridology teaches us what questions to ask to get the answers we need. A well-trained iridologist can do a basic assessment from two feet away. He or she can then suggest basic diet changes. The closer he or she can get, the easier it is to see iris detail. More detail means more focused information and more accurate suggestions.
I love teaching iridology integrated with herbology and nutrition to practitioners and non-practitioners. The internet has turned the world into my classroom. The internet brings Iridology courses within everyone’s reach. The expense of travel is no longer an issue. Iridology is a very visual topic. Learning iridology online is very effective. Being able to see exactly what I am teaching, while I am teaching it adds clarity to the concepts. It also allows questions to surface, be asked, and answered. Now, when I teach, the students are often spread over several time zones.
Instructor: Judith Cobb
My name is Judith Cobb. I was raised in a family that was very ‘medical model’. For some reason I felt a distinct pull towards more natural approaches to health while I was still in my teens. I started studying nutrition and herbology first. In 1980 I had the opportunity to begin learning iridology.
My first iridology teacher was a first generation Bernard Jensen student. She had studied with Dr. Jensen at least three times. I was privileged to work in her office for eight months, learning by observing and asking questions. I hung onto my mentor’s every word, lapped it up, and wanted more. In 1981 I started my own clinical practice in holistic wellness. I used iridology assessments, educated about herbal supplements, and coached people on their nutrition and lifestyle. The goal has always been to help them take control of their health.
Over the years I have studied many styles of iridology. I have had eight different teachers. I have watched this science evolve, as it continues to even now. I’m still adding more holistic health credentials to my skill set.
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