Vail Vitality Center workshop explains human performance
VAIL – Steven Schwartz, a resident doctor at the Vail Vitality Center, will give a free lecture on the topic of human performance today from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Tivoli Lodge in Vail.
At its root, human performance translates to living up to one’s highest potential, and the nervous system and the biological network either perpetuate or inhibit a person from reaching that. But oftentimes, the power of the subconscious mind and connective tissue memory patterns are overlooked in the world of human performance, healthcare and science. Schwartz presents a free interactive lecture that explores specific patterns and processes that could be inhibiting individual human performance.
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Schwartz specializes in bioenergetics treatment using sound, light and frequency technologies for chronic pain, allergies and sports injuries. He utilizes a broad spectrum of advanced technologies to fill in the gaps between traditional and other alternative modalities and techniques, including advanced biofeedback, laser and sound frequencies. These techniques can appropriately identify the underlying aberrant trigger and correct it, leading to better overall health and balance in all aspects of one’s life.
‘Not reserved for the elite athlete’
“Human performance is not a category reserved for the elite athlete,” said Schwartz. “There is a direct correlation between optimal health and clear cellular memory programming. And the prescribed treatments are more than just symptom relieving modalities. They tap directly into the innate framework of the human body and assist in facilitating healing and increasing human performance.”
During the lecture, Schwartz will explain the “concussion syndrome,” a cellular level response to all traumas and environmental influences. He will also introduce several concepts for treating cellular memory traumas and methods for reprogramming the subconscious mind to access optimal human performance, as well as health and vitality.
For more information or to register for this free presentation, call 970-476-7960.