International Iridology Practitioners' Association
ALL "Live" IIPA Webinars are 2 CEU credits.
All "Recorded" IIPA Webinars are 1 CEU credit for those outside the U.S. and Canada!
DATE AND TIME
Tue, June 20, 2017
8:00 PM – 9:30 PM EDT
How to do an Iris Assessment - by Toni Miller
How to do an Iris Assessment. By Toni Miller ND DHM MII IICC
“I am often asked whether I have a system when making an assessment. I do indeed. I make an initial overview – what stands out most!”
I would like to share my method with you in this webinar. I will take you step by step through the method I developed and continue to use and show you how I gather information and keep accurate records. I will also cover:
- Essential tools for professional Iridologists
- Procedure from initial visit and follow ups
- Delivering your findings in a way that motivates positive action
- Comparative analysis techniques
DATE AND TIME
Wed, May 17, 2017, 9:00 AM –
Thu, Jun 1, 2017, 11:30 PM EDT
(Recording) Behavioral Iridology and Essential Oils
Recording of “Behavioral Iridology and Essential Oils” with Kathy Norris CCII current Past President of IIPA.
This class will be helping the Iridologist understand some of the markings and meanings of the behaviors seen in the iris. Through case studies we will be showing the physical markings and the behavioral markings plus showing how blends of essential oils may help our client.
Oils have a profound sense on our emotions and behaviors. In helping our clients it is important to remember that taking a handful of supplements may not always be the proper suggestion. Other natural modalities and essential oils can be used to achieve success in balance. Our understanding of essential oils is paramount for behavioral therapy. Hopefully you will gain insight on the process I use to help my clients.
The Behavioral Iridology chart that we will use for this class is designed by Jim Verghis. The information for the class also comes from his teaching and how I developed the use for my Iridology clients. This work has really changed the focus on how I conduct an Iridology session and I hope it helps you too!
DATE AND TIME
Tue, Apr 25, 2017, 12:30 PM –
Tue, May 9, 2017, 6:00 PM EDT
(Recording) Do the Eyes Really Change? If So, How?
This will be a fascinating workshop that will review the hottest, most debated topic in iridology history - IRIS CHANGE!
The slides and cases Ellen will present come from 30 years of clinical examination including thousands of iris photographs she has personally taken while first working for many years with Dr. Bernard Jensen at his Hidden Valley Health Ranch and while accompanying him on his world travels; as well as photographs taken in her own practice.
In this workshop, you will learn the historical explanations of iris patterns and where the subject of iris changes originated. This work will come from Ellen’s years of experience and in depth research of the iridology masters throughout time whose shoulders we now stand on.
You will be taught the studies done by early iridologists that include their findings, victories, and disappointments. You will see amazing, colorful iris photographs showing before a person got well and after they got well. You will observe correlations with iris photographs showing the changes that the eyes do and do not make. What the eyes truly reveal about a person's health will be clearly defined. The exact changes that the eyes make that have been clinically proven through iris photography will be shown and explained. Clinical review and scientific research will be examined. You will come away with an accurate understanding of the ways the eyes change and how you can better utilize the amazing science and art of iridology to better assess the health and wellness of your client. You will never have to be confused about iris change again!
Join Ellen for an exciting, “eye opening” evening.
Ellen Tart-Jensen, Ph.D., D.Sc, CCII
Ellen Tart-Jensen is a graduate of Appalachian State University, University of New Mexico, Westbrook University and the Open International University. She has studied and worked in the field of Iridology for 25 years and Nutrition and Natural Healing Methods for 30 years. She is certified to teach Certification Classes by the International Iridology Practitioners Association (IIPA). Having taught numerous classes with Dr. Bernard Jensen, she is certified to teach Iridology and sign certificates by him. For two years, Tart-Jensen studied natural healing methods at the Prasura Natural Health Clinic in Switzerland. For five years she wrote articles, edited books, analyzed iris slides, traveled and lectured with Dr. Bernard Jensen. Tart-Jensen taught Iridology at Howard Medical University and directed a research study on Iris Signs and Diabetes for Winston Salem State University and Howard Medical University. She has a busy practice, Lifestyle Counseling Services, where she uses a state of the art high powered digital camera to photograph eyes. She receives iris photographs by e-mail from around the world to be analyzed.
Ellen served as President of the International Iridology Practitioners Association (IIPA) for seven years and continues to serve on the Certification and Standards Committee and asAdvisor to the Board of Directors. In 2012, she was presented with the Iridologist of the Year Award by IIPA and in 2015 the Master Iridologist Award by the Taiwan International Iridology Medical Association (TIIMA). Tart-Jensen is Vice-President of Bernard Jensen International and works together with her husband, Art Jensen, owner. She teaches classes in Iridology, Nutrition, and Herbology throughout the world. Ellen Tart-Jensen authors courses for, and is Director of the Ph.D. and Iridology Program of the University of Natural Medicine. She is the author of Health Is Your Birthright, Through the Eyes of the Masters, A History of Iridology, Techniques in Iris Analysis, The Simplified Guide to Iridology, Bodyworks, and Very Ginger. She has also created many instructional DVD’s and CD’s on iridology, nutrition, natural health for children and cleansing.