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  • Writer's pictureAnahata Little BS LMT

21 Days, 3 Intense Classes...

Since May, 2018, I have immersed myself in the education and training of treatment for the lymphatic system and brain therapy with The Chikly Institute. It has transformed my practice producing health outcomes I never attained with a direct massage therapy approach. As of tonight, I have completed the lymphatic course curriculum through the Advanced Level and specialized training in the viscera of the abdomen and thorax (125 CEU credits). Additionally, I have completed an additional 125 CEU credit hours in brain therapy and specialized training for chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia. It has been an INTENSE 18 months and I sit here tonight so grateful for Dr. Bruno Chikly, MD, DO, and his profoundly dedicated teachers, Beverly Cook (Seattle, WA), and Molly Clark (Chattanooga, TN) and all of the teaching assistants that come to oversee each class and make sure we are integrating the treatment techniques correctly. Fortunately for us all, Dr. Chikly's curiosity is voracious and he is always deeply absorbed in medical literature and actively engaged in creating new treatments to improve our lives.

In 2020, I will study the fluid auricular release techniques to release disfunction in the bones; the brain marrow, toxicity, & allergy protocol to eliminate allergies (no kidding!); the brain reflex protocol to integrate brain reflexes with brain therapy eliminating the need for a multiple months long regimen of movement exercises which is common in most protocols; and continued advanced brain therapy courses.

This is powerful work and I hope you will make an appointment and see just what brain and lymphatic therapy can do for you. My practice is located in Poulsbo, WA. If you are reading this and you live in another State or area of WA, send me a message through my CONTACT form and I will help you find a Chikly Institute practitioner in your area.

You get one brain, one body. Treat them well. ™

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