2-Day Certified Practice Course



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2-Day Certified Practice Course


specifically designed for people who have completed and passed the exam of our FREE Online Training Course


Specifically designed for people who have completed and passed the exam of our FREE Online Training Course

Please note accommodation is not included and participants should book their own accommodation

During the NEW 2-Day Certified Practice Course we will review and practice the application of all modules as taught during the 5-Day Certified Training Course. You will receive comprehensive handout material and the certification as a Practitioner of Bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt at the end of the course

Each training day starts at 9:00am and ends at 5:30pm:

  • 2 days of practicing all the modules in the¬†application of Bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt as taught during a 5-Day Certified Training Course
  • The use of devices (Rayocomp PS10, Rayocomp PS1000 Polar 4.0) and accessories during¬†the practice sessions
  • Lunch each day at the Edinburgh Training and Conference Venue
  • Tea/Coffee breaks in the mornings and afternoons
  • Comprehensive handout material with detailed descriptions on the practical application¬†of all the modules
  • Certificate: "Practitioner of Bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt", from the Paul¬†Schmidt Academy if you have passed the exam of the FREE Online Training Course in the past


For more information and to register for the FREE Online Training Course, please follow this link


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