Live Cell Training Registration Form

(includes understanding Pleomorphism and application of Biological Medicine)

*Seminar Leader: Lynne Hinton, BSc, BEd, ROHP, CHCP
The Level 1 (Introductory) Course will cover the following topics: Introduction to Darkfield Microscopy Analysis (origin, history and value in clinical practice); underlying causes of disease; care and use of microscope equipment; capillary puncture procedure; Darkfield conditions; oxidative stress/dry mount test; products and protocols to target specific Darkfield Microscopy conditions and patient assessment. You will come away from this four-day course with the knowledge of how to “put it all together” in terms of incorporating Darkfield Microscopy into your practice.

Instructor: Lynne Hinton, BSc, BEd, ROHP, CHCP
Lynne is a Registered Orthomolecular Holistic Practitioner and a Certified Microscopy Trainer (having trained under the late Michael Coyle). She has extensive experience offering microscopy training courses internationally and has for the past twenty three years used microscopy as a client assessment tool in her thriving clinical practice in Markham, ON. Lynne is also co-owner and Director of the Edison Institute of Nutrition, providing Introductory, Diploma and Mentorship programs online worldwide. As a lecturer, instructor, author and trainer in microscopy and nutrition, Lynne has a wealth of knowledge to share with practitioners. 

Level One Course Live through Zoom Schedule posted on website $1200.00 + HST
Review – for those who have completed the Level One $390.00 + HST
Capillary Training $90.00 + HST
Special package: includes Capillary & Microscopy Training, microscope is additional cost. $720.00 + HST
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*$250. (non-refundable) due at time of registration and the balance due 3 weeks prior to start of the course. These seminars are intended for certified practitioners and students. Pre-registration only. Seminars are available on a first come, first serve basis. Up to 12 students per class.