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Practical Applications - Indianapolis

Upcoming Live Event: September 21 - 22, 2020

Indianapolis, IN

This event is designed to demonstrate the cumulative knowledge of the ND candidate in a practical manner. Candidates for completion of the ND program will participate in a two-day live intensive, during which they will be given information in the form of client profiles for natural health assessment. The students will be responsible for building organized and logical cases with viable natural health recommendations for a board of instructors. In order to graduate, detailed analyses of the case studies is required to confirm that the student is able to apply natural health concepts and modalities to the benefit of the clients.

This event will be dynamic and interactive. Practical Applications will be facilitated by (at least) one instructor and will offer limited enrollment due to the generous time allowances for debriefing cases, and the individual focus of the practicum. A small graduation ceremony will close out the event; friends and family of the graduates are welcome to attend.

The cost to attend is $395.00.


  • Use all of the following modalities: Reams' Biological Theory of Ionization, Muscle Response Testing, Iridology, Reflexology, Flower Remedies, Face/Tongue/Nail (Physical Observations).
  • Demonstrate that accurate and viable data has been gathered for each client.
  • Recommend logical and supportable lifestyle changes, supplementation and/or body work relevant to the case.
  • Be able to support and defend recommendations based on the available information.

Daily Schedule

Day 1, Sep 21


8:15am - Registration begins
9:00am - Case study presentations

Day 2, Sep 22


9:00am - Case Study presentations
4:00pm - Graduation (this is an approximated time)

Event Location

Embassy Suites by Hilton Indianapolis Downtown
110 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204 USA

Hotel Contact Info
317-236-1800 / *If experiencing an issue booking, contact Barry Shewmaker at 317-236-1844.