the Access Workshop

Extended Perception Training

Extended Perception


Picture yourself palpating a patient/client and imagine that you've located a dysfunctional area...

what indicators are you relying on to make your determination?


If you are like many practitioners, you've been taught to pay attention to common responses that the patient’s nervous system produces at dysfunctional sites, like changes in tension and motion. These kinds of conventional responses offer some important clinical insights  - but they only provide information about a limited range of information that your nervous system is detecting about a person. There is another, equally valuable source of insights that many practitioners overlook…


The fact is that the practitioner’s nervous system produces an intrinsic group of responses  whenever it detects a dysfunctional site in a patient. These intrinsic responses are created by the practitioner's central autonomic network / CAN. The CAN innately (automatically) assesses the ‘biological significance’ of stimuli that the nervous system detects.



Most practitioners learn how to pay skillful attention to conventional responses that a patient’s nervous system produces at dysfunctional sites. However, relatively few practitioners know how to pay proficient attention to important CAN responses that their own nervous system produces when it detects dysfunctional sites in a patient.


This is a significant oversight. CAN responses offer vital clinical insights that conventional responses cannot provide. If a practitioner only knows how to pay attention to conventional responses, they will miss out on the vital clinical insights that only CAN responses provide.


Exceptionally perceptive practitioners know how to pay skillful attention to both types of responses so they are able to perceive an extended range of physiological changes. This provides better clinical insights and, as a result, they are able to produce great results more consistently - and enjoy more certainty - in their practice.

 John Markham, D.C. - Executive Director of Level III Clinic Program at Life University


" I want to take a moment to thank you for an amazing seminar last weekend. I participated in several Access Workshops in the early and mid 1990’s. At that time I felt the seminar then was the most important seminar I had ever taken.


I have to say the information and tools presented in the current seminar are even more amazing and the workshop has advanced so much that I feel anyone who thinks they know what the seminar is all about needs to attend and find out how to advance to the next level.


I was impressed how the information was presented so that it is so much easier for the student or new practitioner to become proficient right away and the experienced doctor can also advance their skills exponentially in the same workshop.


I realize many doctors consider their technique as part of their professional identity. I want those doctors to know that you will become better at their current technique by learning this work. Any chiropractor who would like to better understand and master the Innate part of the adjustment must get this training. Thanks again for continuing to provide what is for me the most important seminar I have ever taken."





J. Hart - Life West Chiropractic Student


"Within the two days of this workshop, I went from insecure chiro student to master at analysis.  I went from not knowing if I was meant to be a chiropractor, to knowing that I can help people.  I was looking to buy the secret to becoming whole, but in reality I invested in myself, and found that I already had everything I need.  This is the most valuable thing I have ever invested in."