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Reservation - Training Course Biomagnetism 1st level accredited course 17 - 21 April Cambridge 2023 by Ruth Meyers

Precio: 170,00 €
Precio del curso: £1450 (early bird £1300) (Repetidores 725£)


Official Training Course Biomagnetism 1st level Cambridge 17 - 21 April 2023 by Ruth Meyers PhD

 Deposit: €170

Course fee £1450 (early bird fee £1300). Repeating student with Goiz certificate £725
•    New Student €170
•    Second time student (with Goiz certificate) €85

* This reservation will be deducted from the total cost of the course.
* The total payment of the course must be made before the week before the course.
* Once you have made your reservation, you must complete your student registration, which you will enter through the personal link that will arrive in the reservation confirmation email.
* The deadline to receive the cancellation of your reservation will be 30 working days before the start of the course, after this date we will not return the payment of reservations.
* Maximum one reservation per person.
When we confirm your reservation we will send you an e-mail with the bank details to complete the payment before the course.
Get a £150 discount by paying before March 10th (total prompt payment £1300 -only first-time students.)

* Full payment is due by 10/04/202

About Biomagnetism

The Biomagnetic Pair is a non-invasive, integrative technique discovered by Mexican scientist Dr. Isaac Goiz-Duran in 1988. This technique consists of the specific placement of pairs of magnets on a body. The placements facilitate a natural process of internal balance in the body, which restores and maintains an optimal state of health and wellbeing. It can be used in prevention, during conventional medical treatments or in rehabilitation, eg after surgery, to aid recovery, without altering prescriptions or medical interventions.

About the instructor, Ruth Meyers, PhD

Ruth Meyers, PhD Biomed Eng, FHEA, was a university lecturer for 28 years until fibromyalgia cut her career short and she took early retirement. A year later a friend introduced her to biomagnetic pair therapy (BMPT) and she regained her health. In 2014 she trained in Spain, under Dr Isaac Goiz-Durán, for level 1 and 2, obtaining a postgraduate certificate in Biomagnetic Pair. During 2014 - 2015 she did additional practice sessions with Dr Cristóbal Ruiz-Piña and Dr David Goiz-Martínez. Her research project was titled: “The Effectiveness of Biomagnetic Pair Therapy on Clients with Fibromyalgia in the United Kingdom”. In 2018 she completed the Advanced Course with Dr David Goiz-Martínez.  Details of her current research involving BMPT can be found on her website: In early 2021 Dr Isaac Goiz-Durán certified her as an official Goiz instructor.

Course length: five days intensive practitioner level (75% theory / 25% practice)
Course dates: 17-21 April 2023
Times: 9am - 5pm every day
Location:  Wolfson College, Cambridge CB3 9LG, United Kingdom
Teacher: Ruth Meyers, PhD and assistants
Cost: £1450 (Goiz-certified repeating students £725) - Early Birds £1300
Class: Class is limited to 32 participants and will have a maximum of four students per treatment couch in practice sessions

Once we confirm your reservation, we will send you an e-mail with registration and bank details to complete the payment before the course.
Get a £150 discount by paying in full before March 10th (total prompt payment £1300 -only first-time students).

Certification: Certificate by Isaac Goiz-Durán Higher School of Biomagnetism (Escuela Superior de Biomagnetismo Médico Isaac Goiz Durán) signed by Dr. David Goiz, School Rector, and the teacher of the course Ruth Meyers, PhD.

Course fee includes:
- two textbooks
- one pair of Skuers® brand magnets
- two-course lunch
- two coffee breaks with snacks every day

Accommodation: Special arrangements for single ensuite rooms with breakfast at Wolfson College for can be arranged at Dinner on campus can also be arranged ahead of time.

The investment fee for this training is £1450 (Goiz-certified repeating students £725)

Reservation €170.
Repeater reservation €85.


Course contents

1. Introduction to The Biomangetic Pair (BMP)

1.1. Definition of BMP
1.2. History of BMP
1.3. How BMP Works
1.4. General Characteristics of BMP

1.4.1. Technique
1.4.2 Therapeutic

1.5. Benefits of BMP

1.5.1. State of Energy
1.5.2. Immunity
1.5.3. How Organs and Tissues Work 1.5.4. Detoxification
1.5.5. Stress
1.5.6. Metabolic Activation
1.5.7. Blood Circulation
1.5.8. Symptomatology
1.5.9. Prevention
1.5.10. Treatment Complementarity 1.5.11. Rehabilitation
1.5.12. Risk Reduction
1.5.13. Costs Reduction

1.6. Contraindications for BMP

1.6.1. Absolute Contraindications Hemodynamic Instability

1.6.2. Relative Contraindications Chemotherapy Radiotherapy Pregnancy Pacemakers and Intra-corporeal Electronic Devices Expensive Fertility Treatments Fever in Children Under 5 years 

2. BMP Technique

2.1. Previous Preparation

2.1.1. Preparation of the Workplace Preparation of the Workspace Preparation of the Treatment Table Preparing the Magnets

2.1.2. Preparation of the Biomagnetist Physical and Mental Preparation Lifestyle Hygienic Measures Electronic Devices

2.1.3. Preparation of the Client Physical and Mental Preparation Hydration Footwear Practitioner’s Positioning around the Treatment Table Preparatory Therapeutic Phrases                

2.2. Kinesiological Test

2.2.1. Relaxation Techniques
2.2.2. Scanning Techniques Classical Scanning Technique Shortening Verification Technique

2.2.3. Types of Shortening Physiological Shortening Anatomical Shortening Mixed Shortening Shortenings

2.2.4. The Goiz Pair Pathophysiology of The Goiz Pair Classification of The Goiz Pair Correction of The Goiz Pair

2.3. Biomagnetism Scan

2.3.1. Positioning of the Magnet
2.3.2. Confirming the Positioning
2.3.3. Fastening the Magnet Using Tape Using other Magnets Other Methods

2.3.4. Sitting Up-right Scan Scanning Strategy Marking the Position

2.4. Impacting BMP’s

2.4.1. Positioning of the Magnet
2.4.2. Impacting Techniques Impaction using Neodymium Indications Contraindications Impacting with Inductor Magnets Indications Contraindications

2.4.3. Resonance List
2.4.4. Basic Impacting Protocols Fungi - Virus Relationship Parasite – Bacteria Relationship Screen Double or Triple Positioning  Inversion Rebound

2.5. Depolarization

2.5.1. Terminology of the Biomagnetic Pair Positioning Scanning Point Point of Impact Active Point Inactive Point Depolarization Overlap Transposition Repositioning

2.5.2. Verification Technique of Depolarization of Biomagnetic Pairs

2.6. Intake Form

2.6.1. Documenting Biomagnetic Pairs
2.6.2. Legal Terms

3. Anatomy of BMP

3.1. Types of Anatomy
3.2. Topographic Classification
3.3. Scanning List

3.3.1. Topographic Scanning
3.3.2. Dr. Isaac Goiz Scan

3.4. Scanning Points (1 - 160)

3.4.1. Definition of Anatomical Points
3.4.2. Positioning of Scanning Points

4. Theory of The BMP

4.1. Magnetism

4.1.1. Previous Definitions
4.1.2. Universal Law of Charges
4.1.3. Types of Magnets
4.1.4. Sciences Related to Magnetism

4.2. Eukaryotic Cell

4.2.1. Definition
4.2.2. Structural Composition
4.2.3. Types and Forms of Cells
4.2.4. Physiological Characteristics

4.3. Biomagnetic Pair Theory

4.3.1. Shortening Theory
4.3.2. Theory of Depolarization
4.3.3. Theory of the Genesis of the Biomagnetic Pairs
4.3.4. Definition of Biomagnetic Pair

4.4. Concepts Related to BMP

4.4.1. pH
4.4.2. Symbiosis
4.4.3. Entropy
4.4.4. Resonance
4.4.5. Reologism
4.4.6. NEN
4.4.7. Geomagnetic Influence
4.4.8. Fundamental Forces of Nature

4.5. Types of Biomagnetic Pairs

4.5.1. Regular Pairs Virus Bacteria Fungus Parasites

4.5.2. Special Pairs Dysfunctional Pairs Psycho-emotional Pairs Reservoirs Complex Pairs

4.5.3. Other Types of Pairs

5. Biomagnetic Pairs (1 - 210)

5.1. Relation
5.2. Statistics
5.3. General Characteristics
5.4. Recommendations
5.5 Basic Impacting Protocols

6. Complex Diseases

6.1. The Tumoral Phenomenon
6.2. Types of Scanning

6.2.1. Full Scan
6.2.2. Directed Scan&