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Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis with Marsue Evans
November 9, 2015 @ 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Marsue Evans is a Traditional Naturopath and has been providing consultation and education on healthy lifestyles since 2003. She has a broad range of education and professional experience, including Engineering, Management, and alternative healthcare. She is also a full-time nursing student and as a future RN plans to integrate eastern and western teaching in order to work with clients to help them develop a healthy lifestyle and experience optimum health and vitality. Marsue also enjoys many forms of dance and works with Wheelchair dancers as well.
Marsue will be presenting a general presentation and lead a discussion on Functional Blood Chemistry Analysis. This class will be offered as an elective in the Winter semester at ICoHS. The course is designed to teach the difference between typical lab limits and optimal lab limits for common blood chemistry markers. During the actual course students will learn how to interpret lab markers from a functional perspective, and why this is important. Students will also learn associated nutritional and lifestyle interventions to address values not within an optimal range in order to improve or maintain health and vitality.
MM’s presentation will be followed by Aline Thiesen, our international SOHA holistic student and Zen-Thai Touch™ lover, who will apply her outreach internship practice toward guiding and facilitating Zen-Thai Touch™Shiatsu Massage!
For maximum benefit, please come dressed in loose or other comfortable clothing that allows you to breathe and move.