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A list of all Programs Trinity Offers
Are reading books not for you? Take our ND Program which offers the most relevant natural health information by Video on Demand or attending live events.
The CNHP program provides the student with basic hands-on application of natural health information, concepts and strategies such as pH balancing, sleep issues, body systems, energy exhaustion and Biblical perspective.
This book study program delivers resources that help us equip graduates for success while counseling in natural health.
The MN program includes the study of various theories about nutrition, herbals, children's needs, kinesiology, enzymes, anatomy and physiology.
The MH curriculum takes an in-depth look at the characteristics and applications of plants from all over the world and examines their affect on the human mind, body and spirit.
The MI program offers comprehensive research and supporting theory about the link between the iris and the overall health of the body.
A list of all current Events Trinity Offers
March 4, 2016 - March 10, 2016
The Foundational Event is an informative, seven day learning experience that provides students with the knowledge needed to not only improve their health but also the health of those around them. The Foundational Event offers the flexibility of earning a Certified Natural Health Professional designation or simply attending to broaden your understanding of natural health and all it encompasses.
March 11, 2016 - March 12, 2016
Join us for the Dallas ND Review!
July 16, 2016 - July 22, 2016
Join us for the Indianapolis Essential Event!
August 22, 2016 - August 23, 2016
Join us for the Las Vegas Practical Applications Event!
August 24, 2016 - August 25, 2016
Join us for the Las Vegas ND Review!
October 15, 2016 - October 21, 2016
Join us for 7 days at our Fundamental Event in Indianapolis, Indiana which covers topics such as Iridology, pH Balancing, Physical Observations and Muscle Testing.
A list of all current Courses Trinity Offers
This course will be of interest to all who wish to learn about the historical roots of naturopathy, the writings of its founders on a variety of natural therapies and modalities, as well as, the modern applications and validations of naturopathic techniques. It includes works by J. H. Kellogg, M. V. Kulkarni, Royal Lee, G. J. Drews, J. H. Tilden and other early naturopathic pioneers.
This course outlines the legal responsibilities and restrictions the student must be aware of to protect himself/herself and act legally in the natural health field. The student will learn how to use proper terminology in communicating and interacting with others and how to educate others in the natural health field.
The orthomolecular concept of nutrition is based on diets and food supplements of essential vitamins and minerals specifically selected to solve individual problems and needs. The overall goal of this course is to promote optimal health and longevity for the individual. Course topics include: Dangers of Conventional Diets and Treatments, Optimal Diets and Anti-stress Supplementation.
Evidence continues to accumulate that nutrition can alter behavior. Eating correctly can help maximize intellectual potential. This course will study the nutritional requirements necessary for children to reach and maintain optimal physical and mental health. With an emphasis on the 12 "learning nutrients," you will learn how to use nutrition to improve a child's ability to think, remember and problem solve.
This course examines the practice of working the reflexes in the feet which are believed to correspond to other parts of the body. The student will learn specific hand and finger techniques which, used in conjunction with the proper reflex points on the feet, will assist the body's return to a state of equilibrium.
This course provides a study of the chemical reactions and the processes introduced in the body as a result of dietary habits. This course will provide insight into the reasons for the steady decline in health based on diet, as well as the study of the chemistry of fats, carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins and minerals which contribute to health and wellness. Metabolic pathways for the utilization of nutritional substances are presented along with a study of the pH balance required to maintain good health. The focus of the course emphasizes the clinical application of the principles of proper nutritional chemistry in the human body.
This course will take you on a journey from "ancient roots" to modern science beginning with evolution of Herbal Medicine in the West. Learn simplified processes for gathering, preserving and making good "medicine" from every day plants. Forty-six very common "ordinary plants with extraordinary powers" will be discussed in-depth.
Iridology has been studied for hundreds of years all over the world. This course compares several theories throughout history to demonstrate the similarities and differences in this science. Students will also gain an understanding of international terminology for better communication with others in this area of study.
A comprehensive study which will educate the student in achieving and maintaining the greatest level of health through careful dietary planning and nutritional supplementation. Students will learn to diagnose vitamin and mineral deficiencies as they correlate to specific health problems and be able to suggest the proper supplementation. An emphasis on building and keeping a strong immune system is key to proper nutrition.
This course is designed to explore anecdotal evidences concerning the use of various therapies which are not used by the orthodox medical community and yet demonstrate promise in the treatment of various anatomical and metabolic disorders.
This course is an in-depth study of the iris as a means to locate and diagnose areas of weakness, discomfort and disease within the body and how the stages of degeneration are shown in the eyes by means of color. Using the principles of iridology, the student will learn to integrate his/her knowledge of anatomy and herbology into a holistic understanding of treatment and cure.
In this course, the student will learn about your constitution and how you can avoid potential health problems. The student will also learn about the different colors and markings and what those reveal. Iridology allows individuals to assess our well-being and provide options to follow to ensure we remain physically and emotionally healthy. Students will also learn about remedies for the conditions mentioned throughout this course.
This course will provide the student with the general ability to identify the major organ systems as well as the parts and functions of the human body, stressing the function and interrelationships between organs, tissues and glands. This will prepare the student with a foundational knowledge to better understand both the structure and function of the body.
This course gives a systematic approach to herbalism with a focus on the difference between drug and herbal therapy, the use of nutrients in the treatment of disease and the biochemical effects of herbs in the body. It includes a comprehensive description of an exhaustive number of herbs, their application and remedial effects.
A comprehensive and detailed list of the important herbs used in the Bible is presented. Students examine thought-provoking information of how herbs have been historically used through the ages. Current scientific research, along with the medicinal history of the herbs, is used to explain how ancient biblical remedies have been reborn today as alternative medicines
Homeopathy is a system of medicine which seeks to cure in accordance to the natural laws of healing and uses medicines made from natural substances. The student will learn the history of homeopathic medicine, the reasons for its development and the means by which to implement these medicines according to a specific diagnosis of health problems.
In this course, you will learn about creating or maintaining a natural health program for boys and men that will affect the physical and/or emotional well-being of that individual. Information about common plants, herbal alternative, medicinal uses of herbs and several recipes for teas, tinctures, salves and tonics will be discussed throughout this course.
Not only will you learn about nutritional and herbal remedies for babies and children, common ailments such as colic, cradle cap and diaper rash will be discussed. Learn the safe and effective holistic treatments for colds, allergies, asthma and other ailments babies and toddlers may face throughout childhood.
This course of study will focus on the health of women. You will learn the conditions of female organs, common female disorders plus other health conditions. You will learn about the body's natural rhythms, pregnancy and birth, balancing hormones, recommended dietary guidelines for women, among other valuable information. This course of study will also discuss diet, nutritional supplements, herbal remedies, along with detoxifying and cleansing.
In this course, you will learn about the recommendations for a happy, healthy pregnancy along with what you need to know during and following the birth of the baby. Knowledge in herbology, diet, and exercise are just some of the things that are discussed in this course.
In this course, you will learning about each system's natural functioning and how to maintain that system with a natural approach. Specific health concerns brought on by aging will also be discussed. The herbal treatments in this course focus on prevention and promoting longevity. You will also learn about herbal remedies for specific ailments such as hypertension, insomnia and arthritis.
In this course, you will learning about each system's natural functioning and how to maintain those system with a natural approach. Specific health concerns brought on by aging will also be discussed. The herbal treatments in this course focus on prevention and promoting longevity. You will also learn about herbal remedies for specific ailments such as hypertension, insomnia and arthritis.
This course explores the theory that the basic cause of all disease is essentially linked to poor nutrition. Proper nutrition in conjunction with the specific needs of the individual is studied as a means to restore and maintain true healthfulness.
By combining ancient and modern biological modalities, this course explores the practical and proven methods for the effective, drugless treatment of the most common ailments through the therapeutic use of foods, vitamins and food supplementations including juices and herbs.
Building on the fundamental aspects of Iridology, this course brings to life the markings that can be seen in the eye. This course is filled with case studies, thorough graphical analysis, as well as enhanced details of every aspect of the iris. An increased awareness of available information allows the student to see a more complete picture of the state of the body.
This course studies the use of kinesiology to analyze human metabolic problems and allergies. Kinesiology may be used to produce a nutritional regimen through which the application of diet, homeopathic remedies, herbs, vitamins and minerals may be helpful. The student will learn the application and location of test points on the body and the proper testing techniques for each point.
A systematic approach to the study of human structure and function is presented. Attention is given to the nervous system, skeletal, muscular, circulatory and respiratory systems. In addition, basic chemistry, cell biology and metabolism are reviewed. Bio-Mechanical studies are included.
This course involves the study of human blood and the various drying patterns which may be evidence of nutritional or organ weakness. One drop of blood can supply information useful to a health practitioner in confirming suspected health risk and enable a proper referral. Otherwise, the blood analysis, although not supplying information obtained in a hospital blood test, can reveal bodily conditions which can be corrected with nutrition.
A study of the use of deep finger pressure over acupuncture points on the body for the treatment and relief of chronic painful conditions. The student will learn the location of points, direction and amount of finger pressure and how the stimulation of each point effects the function of a particular organ through the ancient Chinese "meridian energy" connection theory.
This course involves both the historical and medicinal uses of various herbal preparations. It will also focus on the identification of each herb, along with when and how best to collect the herb. Emphasis will be given to teas, effusions, extraction, tinctures, decoctions and poultices
This course reveals the role of enzymes in the body's attempt to process food into assimilable material; useable for the maintenance and upkeep of life. Nothing would happen in the body if it were not for the role of the little known enzyme. Enzymes provide for digestion and assimilation and act as scavengers cleansing dead cells from the body. Enzymes are the basis for health.
This course studies the life work of Dr. Bernard Jensen and V.G. Rocine and their pioneering research on the chemistry of food. The intimate association between food and health will be explored with a specific emphasis on how the chemical elements of food affect the shaping of human temperament
The student will study the work of Edwin Bach, M.D. and his study of flower remedies. Bach believed that there was an emotional component to most disease processes. His non-invasive approach discovered in the 20th century has won acclaim from the masses and is used around the world. He believed that the body would respond with healing by correcting the emotion component of disease.
The student will study the theory of psycho-immunology which explores the mystery of the mind and its impact on healing the body. This course will challenge the student to consider the spiritual element of proper health and show how what we think and believe can influence our physical well being.
This course studies a possible parallel between dietary derangement and disease. The student will study the nutritional components of major disease states, both physical and psychological, and then examine the optimal diet for good health. Special emphasis will be given to the scientific data which correlates to disease and nutritional deficiencies.
Dr. Carey Reams discovered this amazing system of bringing the body into balance. The importance of pH balancing has become very popular, and Dr. Reams takes it even further by incorporating information from the urine and saliva for pH, carbohydrates, salts, cell debris and proteins. Until these numbers are brought into balance, the body cannot truly achieve maximum health naturally. Studying mineral interaction, digestion and the cause and effect of lifestyle changes, students will understand why Dr. Reams said, "Why guess when you can be sure!" The Reams method takes away all of the guesswork.
Represented in a video presentation by Ellen Tart-Jensen Ph.D., this course allows the student to "see" what is being taught instead of just reading textbooks. Visual examples increase comprehension of every aspect of Iridology. This course is structured to be the most beneficial way to educate the student about Iridology from beginning to end.
This course involves a comparison and contrast between Western medical science and traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic herbal medicine. A study of holistic health through the promotion of herbal medicine gives this course a unique perspective. The student will gain an enhanced understanding of the classification of herbal properties with a focus on Chinese herbs and their action on the vital organs of the body
This course studies the history and effectiveness of aromatherapy (essential oils). Special attention is given to oils used in ministering to emotional and physical conditions. Aromatherapy is non-invasive and assists in stimulating natural healing thus lending itself to a natural healing approach
This course of study provides a general understanding of chemistry -- the study of substances, their properties and structures and of the reactions by which they can be changed into other substances. The student will explore the history of chemistry from its inception as a "science" and will gain a foundational knowledge of the laws and principles of those chemical reactions which regularly take place within the body.