SHAPE ReClaimed Symposium

This 3-day event will educate and energize you as you implement the SHAPE ReClaimed program and help your patients restore their health and revitalize their lives.


Thursday, January 24 -
Saturday, January 26, 2019


Clayton Plaza Hotel
7750 Carondelet Ave.
Clayton, MO 63105

How to register:

If you are a SHAPE practitioner, you can register through your SHAPE Shopping Cart.

If you are not a SHAPE practitioner, but would like to attend this event, please complete our form with your contact information and upload your license.

This year's symposium is called Brain ReClaimed: Healing the Hemispheres.
The following is a list of classes that will be taught:

Urine-vited to a Great Class
Practitioners will have the opportunity to share, discuss and learn more about reading urinalyses, what it means for the patient and how to adjust treatment methods accordingly.

What SHAPE is Your Brain In?
This class will be an in-depth discussion of what happens regarding brain function while reducing inflammation, detoxing and improving immunity, from metabolism beginning in the brain, to bioindividuality and neuro-inflammation.

Bioindividuality and the Brain
With bioindividuality as the driving force, five areas will be discussed in detail as they relate to the brain: gender, sleep, hunger, willpower and happiness. Learn how to address each of these to bring about greater success in your patients.

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Up Close and Personal with the Brains
Hear from multiple practitioners who have found success helping people heal about the methods that have and have not worked. You’ll also have an opportunity to ask questions and learn about new ways to serve your patients.

Your Brain on Wholetones
Learn about the thought/frequency connection, neuroplasticity and other health elements that are enhanced by using Wholetones as a tool in treatment protocols to unlock your patients’ hidden potential.

Therapeutic Intervention for Brain Health plus Clinical Pearls
Remember the computer command, if-then? We will cover some simple clinical pearls you can use in the office Monday morning, relating all things to inflammation, detoxification and immunity.

Clinical Evaluation of Neuro-Inflammation Through the Lens of Gut-Brain Interaction and Dysinsulinemia
The physiology of inflammation as it relates to the gut-brain connection will be discussed, along with what evidence supports and what is seen in practice, and how radical diet and lifestyle modification can alter this paradigm. Manual and neurological methods for evaluating neuroinflammation, including natural treatment options will also be demonstrated.

The Spaces In-Between: Unrecognized Powerhouses within the Extracellular Matrix, Lymph, Connective Tissue, Interstitium and Mesenchyme
Science focuses on the structures it deems worthy and overlooks the flowing nature of the body and the deposition, morphing and translocating capacity of xenobiotics, biologically and energetically. To say that there is power in the spaces in between is an enormous understatement. Learn more about these undervalued and certainly underappreciated flow systems. The interlinked regulation of the neural-immune and drainage-detoxification systems will only function normally when the initiation of these functions ignite within the intercellular matrix.

Case Studies and Labs
In this open discussion, uncover the reasons why certain patients don’t respond as well as others. Labs and individual case studies will be used along with practitioner experiences. Practitioners in attendance are encouraged to bring with them files of their tough patients to learn what treatment options can be used to help them progress towards total health restoration.

Strategies for Improving and Building Your Practice
What are you using as your first line of defense? Most of your patients come to you with multiple concerns, having exhausted all other approaches to care. We will explore strategies to help you design a vision for your practice.

Mood Disorders in a Prozac Nation: A Critical Contrast of Pharmacotherapy and Lifestyle Changes
Discover why prescription psychiatric drugs are so prevalent in America and how they affect different areas of the brain, causing the need for additional medication. This class will also teach about the root cause of depression, the difference between symptom- and patient-based treatment and discuss natural alternatives to psychiatric drugs as well as long-term solutions.

The Other UA (Unconscious Awareness): Identifying and Treating “Starvation Markers” of the Emotional Brain
Learn how to identify emotional brain “starvation markers,” understand the why and the how of providing a Transformative New Meaning “Mismatch Experience,” respond to patients in a transformative way and be equipped with a handy one-page reference tool for “Here’s What to Say When.”

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