the Access Workshop

Making exceptional Accessible

New Possibilities...


Neuroscience has only recently begun to unravel key mechanisms  behind interoception.    
Some of these new insights are game changers. They provide work-arounds to historical limitations that enable practitioners to rewrite the rules of the game.  A few examples of outdated beliefs - and updated possibilities - are shared below.




Outdated: Only a small percent of ‘gifted’ individuals are able to develop exceptional perception/assessment skills.


Updated: The human nervous system is exquisitely sensitive and it innately detects much more information about a patient / client than a practitioner is consciously aware of. The average practitioner has the  ability to develop exceptional perception skills.


Outdated: Practitioners can develop exceptional perception skills  simply by refining their ‘5-sense’ awareness skills.


Updated: Interoception, i.e., awareness of central autonomic network / CAN responses, is a   basic component of exceptional perception. Exceptional perception requires an added set of attention / awareness skills beyond what  5-sense awareness  (i.e., exteroception) uses.


Outdated: Interoception is very hard to develop. It requires a lot of time and effort - and only a small percent of practitioners will be successful.


Updated: Successfully developing interoception skills is largely a matter of knowing what to do. Interoception can be  complex and most practitioners have not been trained how to  effectively develop clinically useful interoception skills. The workshop shows practitioners which specific CAN responses to attend to and strategies that help enhance awareness of  these  key CAN responses. This enables most practitioners to develop clinically viable interoceptive skills in a fraction of the time that is conventionally required.

Helen Bergstrom, D.C.


Taking the Access Workshop was like coming home.

Somewhere in my being I knew that sometimes I just knew where to go and that to get results

didn't require a massive input. Rick put that into perspective and gave us the science behind it.

It is not a technique class. It is about using your technique with more certainty, confidence

and better results. Thank-you Dr. Wiegand.








Kevin Hay, D.C


Thank you for an amazing weekend of awakening to all that Innate has to offer!  You would think that as chiropractors we would rely more on the "wee small voice".   Thanks for training me how to access certainty in my evaluations and adjustments!  I can now state that I know for sure where the subluxation is and when it is corrected within a matter of seconds.


The information you presented created a bridge between Innate and science that has been sorely lacking in our profession. I would highly recommend every D.C. learn this valuable skill set!  It is something you just have to experience to appreciate, it is much like trying to explain Disney World to someone... you just have to go there to know how amazing it is!