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Biomagnetism Level 1 Tampa (1)
Biomagnetism Level 1 Tampa (1)

Sat, Jul 23


Tampa, FL

Biomagnetism Level 1 Tampa (1)

This seminar provides an introduction to biomagnetism. It focuses on learning the history of biomagnetism, the importance of a leg length discrepancy, and about 150+ biomagnetism points (including reservoirs and special pairs).

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Time & Location

Jul 23, 2022, 9:00 AM – Jul 24, 2022, 5:00 PM

Tampa, FL

About the event

What You Should Bring:

  • Closed shoes like tennis, jogging or running shoes are mandatory for the practice sessions.  No flip flops, crocs or open shoes please
  • Participants should wear comfortable/workout clothing
  • If you have a massage table and can bring it, please let us know

Included with the Registration: One manual and one free pair of Yasu Seminars 2 inch rectangular ferrite magnets.

Students will learn the following:

1. What is Biomagnetism?

2. The history of Biomagnetism

3. Microbiology: Virus, Bacteria, Fungi, Parasite

4. pH definition, the pH scale, and what is NEN (Normal Energy Level)

5. Magnetism: Different magnet materials, their strengths, and classifications

6. Anatomical positioning terminology

7. Leg Length Discrepancy (LLD): The classification of a anatomical and physiological LLD and the consequences of an LLD to the musculoskeletal system

8. The scanning the anatomical locations of the biomagnetic points

9. Hands-on demonstration lab to practice scanning points

10. The Biomagnetic pair classifications

11. Hands-on demonstration labs to practice treatment points

12. Special pairs and reservoir points


  • 8 hours

    Day 1

  • 8 hours

    Day 2


  • Seminar Registration

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  • Retake Registration Ticket

    This seminar is only for those that have already taken the Level 1 seminar and would like to take it once again. Why retake the seminar? Some students like to have a refresher course to make sure they understood all 150+ points covered in the seminar. Others use this seminar as a way to make sure they are checking for a leg length discrepancy correctly and to ask any questions that may have come up in their own practice since they began treating their patients/friends/family.

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