Natural Nutrition and Nutritional Symptomatology Certification

Natural Nutrition and Nutritional Symptomatology

Natural nutrition acknowledges that the body functions best when it is nourished from whole, live and natural foods supplied by nature. Nutritional symptomatology is the process of interpreting bodily symptoms to find underlying causes and nutritional imbalance.

$570.65

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Introduction to Natural Nutrition (15 hours)

  • Natural nutrition acknowledges that the body functions best when it is nourished from whole, live and natural foods supplied by nature
  • Basics of nutrition (i.e. macro/micronutrients, the digestive system)
  • Environmental influences on food. Optimal food choices for energy and health
  • How nutrition affects the body at a cellular level
  • Types of diets — cultural, vegetarianism and animal proteins/fats

Nutritional Symptomatology (15 hours)

Nutritional symptomatology is the process of interpreting bodily symptoms to find underlying causes and nutritional imbalance:

  • Learning how to identify nutritional imbalances in the 11 body systems using the Nutri-Systems Profile (NSP)
  • Doing your own nutritional assessment and developing a specific nutritional plan for yourself and for others
  • Learning which specific nutrients your body requires from food, nutritional and herbal supplements
  • Using nutrition and the NSP to address digestive problems, allergies, candida, hypoglycemia, PMS, menopause and more

A certificate is issued for this course. Credit hours can be applied towards the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition’s Registered Nutritional Consultant training program.

Course Length: 30 hours

Note: Credit hours for this course can be applied towards the Professional Training Program to become a Homeopath at the Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine.

Instructor: Ara Wiseman, R.N.C.P., R.H.N.

Schedule

Term Date Time Length
Full-time: starting Wed. Sept. 11, 2019 (various days)  1 pm – 4 pm 10 classes
Part-time: TBD

Tuition and Registration

Tuition Fee: $395 if taken as part of Program, $505 + HST if taken as a single course

Pre-Registration is necessary.

Registration

For information or to register, please contact Maria Gallé at mariag@transformationalarts.com or 416.484.0454 ext.25 or Pat Rigby at prigby@transformationalarts.com or 416.484.0454 ext.30.

You can also register securely online with PayPal above.

Holistic Program Courses

The Holistic Health Practitioner Training Program is split into two areas of study: Holistic Studies and Energetic Studies.You can take the entire program, focused certificates, individual studies or take one course at a time.

Holistic Studies

Anatomy and Physiology (30 hours)

Pathology (18 hours)

Aromatherapy, including product making (120 hours)

Herbal Studies and Fundamental Iridology (105 hours)

Homeopathy (30 hours)

Swedish Basics (30 hours)

Shiatsu Basics (30 hours)

Reflexology (45 hours)

Natural Nutrition and Nutritional Symptomatology (30 hours)

Basic Counselling Skills and Holistic Coaching (22 hours)

Ethics and Managing a Business (18 hours)

Holistic Treatment Skills (24 hours)

TOTAL HOLISTIC HOURS — 502

Energetic Studies

TS-01 Meditation and the Chakras (20 hours)

TS-04 The Path of Emotional Healing (20 hours)

TS-05 Spiritual Healing and Energy Transfer (20 hours)

TS-06 The Intuitive Arts (20 hours)

Shiatsu Basics (hours counted in Holistic)

Reiki I (15 hours)

Reiki II (15 hours)

Vibrational Arts and Energy Work (30 hours)

Chakra Studies II (30 hours)

Crystal Energy Work (8 hours)

Sound Energetics (15 hours)

Medical Intuition, Guided Imagery and Prayer (30 hours)

Colour Therapy (8 hours)

Subtle Aromatherapy (15 hours)

Bach Flower Remedies (8 hours)

Energy Medicine Techniques (7 hours)

Basic Counselling Skills and Holistic Coaching
(hours counted in Holistic)

TOTAL ENERGETIC HOURS — 261