7 Ways to Lifelong Sexual Vitality

An evening seminar with Brian Clement Ph.D., L.N.

Brian Clement Ph.D., L.N. has spent more than three decades studying nutrition and natural healthcare. He has received graduate degrees in both naturopathic medicine and nutritional science. Since 1980, he has directed the Hippocrates Health Institute in Florida – the complementary healing centre that was voted ‘no 1 medical spa in the world’ by the prestigious Spa Magazine. Over the years Brian has assumed the role of a health advocate, motivating a very eager public to take action to improve their lives.

In his role as a progressive educator, Brian has conducted countless seminars, lectures, and educational
programs, travelling extensively to more than 25 countries around the globe. In recent years he has been commissioned by government-supported organizations to establish, organize, and direct health programs in Denmark, Switzerland, Greece, and India. Brian has also written numerous books in which he explores
the various aspects of health, spirituality, and natural healing.(see his books on Amazon HERE)

Intimacy is the greatest gift that has been provided to our human species. Sadly, our social abnormalities often spawned by religious zealots, has scarred this joyful act and confused the public at large. Sexuality is at the core of every thought and action throughout our lives. It not only represents procreation but even simple acts like grooming, communication, non-sexual relationships etc.

There are endless dietary and environmental causes that pollute our bodies and change the very hormones that govern sensuality. Clement will explore the library of data and research woven along with the vast clinic experience on the subject that has been observed and gathered from the guests attending the HHI. You’re very life depends upon a healthy sexual belief system and it is an important as any healing expanse.

In this talk you will learn about how to rethink, reshape and renew your vitality and comprehension of your foremost identity. Ample time will be spent answering questions at the end of the seminar.

Monday 26 November 2018, 7pm – 9pm

Venue : Birmingham & Midland Institute, 9 Maragaret St, Birmingham B3 3BS