Trinity School of Natural Health Comes to Norfolk




The nonprofit Trinity School of Natural Health will be holding a natural health education seminar from April 27 through May 3, in Norfolk, offering the most complete natural health education to provide people with hope, solutions and support to transform their lives and improve the world.

        This Foundational Event provides students with the knowledge of core natural health competencies needed to improve their health and the health of those around them. Curriculum for the Certified Natural Health Professional and Certified Health Specialist programs are taught throughout the week.

        Trinity’s live events are informative, hands-on learning experiences that serve as vocational intensives and offer the flexibility of earning specific Trinity designations or generally broadening an understanding of natural health. In addition to the educational components, the events provide the unique opportunity to get connected within the natural health community.

For more information, call 800-428-0408 or visit TrinitySchool.org. See ad, page 11.

 

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