TRANING PROGRAM

3 main components, namely:

1-Naturopathy, given by Christian Limoges
2-Anatomy and physiology, given by Louise Labrosse
3-Herbalism and Herbal Medicine, given by Christian Limoges

These three components are given through three years of training at 2 sessions per year.

1st semester

Discovering the human machine

The foundations of naturopathy

The unity of all diseases

Anatomy and physiology of the various systems

  • The human being, how does it work?
  • The complexity pyramid of living matters
  • Living versus non-living: dependence of the living on the non-living
  • Atoms: the basis of all matters
  • Molecules: the human being's necessary nutrients
  • Cells: the basis of life
  • Tissues, organs and systems: the cells are organized!
  • Digestive system: Food vs nutrients, the digestive organs, secretions, physical digestion and chemical digestion, absorption, transport and nutrient management

The 4 pillars of health

  • Digestion
  • Absorption
  • Use
  • Elimination


 

2nd semester

Iridology

Iridology

  • The science and practice of iridology
  • Learning to interpret the signs in the iris
  • Iridology, nutrition and chemical elements

Pathology

  • According to large systems
  • Naturopathic approach
  • Medical terminology

Anatomy and Physiology

  • Circulatory system: distribution of nutrients and collection of waste
  • Lymphatic system: fluid balance and immunity
  • Respiratory system: to provide cells with oxygen
  • Integumentary system: skin, hair, bristles, sweat, sebum, nails, the importance of touch

3rd session

The nine doctors of natural preventive medicine

Physical aspect :

  • Fundamentals of « bionomic » nutrition: The nine doctors of natural preventive medicine
  • The functions of nutrition

Life expectancy versus quality of life

The spiritual aspect

Power of commitment

Detoxification:

  • The lymphatic system :
    • Intestinal fluids
    • Lymphatic vessels
    • Lymphatic glands
    • The skin: the 3rd kidney
    • The colon
  • Endocrine glands

Anatomy and Physiology

Musculoskeletal system:

  • Bones, joints and muscles, the body and movement's physical supports
  • Skeleton of the skull and brain
  • Skeleton of the spine and the spinal cord

Nervous system: control and coordination of body parts

  • Neurons, meninges, brain, spinal cord, nerves, biological electricity
  • Sympathetic nervous system, urgency, stress
  • Parasympathetic nervous system, calm and regeneration

Myths and Theories :

  • Understanding the human species The myth of proteins
  • The myth of fat
  • The myth of dairy products
  • The myth of sugar

Mental and emotional illnesses

  • Endocrine glands
  • Pain
  • Adrenal glands
  • Thyroid gland and parathyroid

4th semester

The biochemistry of humans

Chemical life – variation in pH: Meaning of pH

  • Exchange of energy
  • Ionization and oxidation
  • Anabolic, catabolic, anionic and cationic flux process
  • Basic balance
  • Construction and deconstruction of the body
  • Dehydration / Rehydration

The chemical life is ruled by the electrical life

  • The chemical life
  • The electrical life
  • Thought
  • The importance of awareness

Physical, emotional and mental aspects of each biochemical element

  • The most forgotten history today

The real cause of illness

  • Obstructions of the magnetic energy flow (local constipation)
    • Mucus
    • Acids
    • Alkalinity
    • Heavy metals
    • Emotions and thoughts
  • How chemistry composes the body
    • Cells
    • Fluids
      • Blood
      • Lymph
      • Water

Anatomy and physiology

  • Endocrine system: functions controlled by hormones
  • Urinary system: waste excretion and water balance
  • Immune system
  • Reproductive system: men, women and babies

Detoxification

  • Removing obstructions
  • Re-generating cells
  • Alkalinity as a foundation for everything
  • Homeostasis
  • Restore cellular memories

5th semester

Herbal Medicine

IN A WRITING PROCESS BY CHRISTIAN LIMOGES

6th semester

Herbal Medicine

IN A WRITING PROCESS BY CHRISTIAN LIMOGES

 

 

SCHEDULE

Classes are given in French on Mondays from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm and in English on Tuesdays from 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm at 7887, St-Laurent, Montreal, Quebec H2R 1X1

 

 

end of study thesis

In a scale of fifty pages, the thesis must demonstrate the globalized understanding of health acquired by the student during his training. Therefore, the student starts writing it to the end of his didactic training. The student has one year to submit his thesis after completing the actual training.

 

 

 

GRADUATION

At the end of the 6 semesters, once the student has completed his didactic training with exams passed, has written his thesis and has fully paid all tuition fees, the CNCL issues a Naturopath diploma (n.d.).