Rapid Pain Relief AND Performance Enhancement via AIM's Bone Technology

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Rapid Pain Relief AND Performance Enhancement via AIM's Bone Technology

Discover how to diagnose physical challenges & pains, to move with a systematic bone practice & memory for faster pain relief & strength

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About this event

Join Doreen Hing, founder of the Anatomical Intelligence Method™, (AIM™) for a weekly series to learn how to stabilize multiple joints instantly instead of sequentially, the missing key to rapid & dramatic pain relief & unprecedented strength.

Whether you have a new injury, nagging pain or in rehab, or want to improve endurance & strength and the progress is slow, come learn how to move from a unique & deep systematic bone level which will accelerate your results exponentially.

AIM provides a unique ability to use your skeletal system not only to troubleshoot problems, AIM teaches how to read your bones and apply the most effective and precise corrections, specific to your body's needs & goals.

AIM is designed specifically to help those who struggle with why or how to have a mind-body practice. With AIM you will learn how to integrate & complement your discoveries with all your daily activities and lifestyle requirements without having to carve out extra time to integrate your new tools and body awareness's.

All levels of mobility & immobility are welcome. Please check out the website to see the range of conditions and the speed of unprecedented results

Thank you in advance for sharing with your loved ones who are struggling physically and for your $15 donations.

What you need to know:

  • The Anatomical Intelligence Method is a deep internal skeletal system education. It is not a workout, it is an anatomy in dynamic & static activity study opportunity with practical applications for daily life.

What you'll need:

  • An open & curious mind
  • A willingness to practice and integrate tools
  • An exercise mat