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Forthcoming professional hand analysis courses in the USA


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Some good news for people wishing to become professional hand analysts.
Richard Unger will be giving a weekend intensive in Washington state November 4- 6, 2011.
His next IIHA yearlong certification course will start there in March 2012.

This is a rare opportunity to once again learn hands directly from the maestro himself.
Richard has been teaching his unique system of analysing hands for over 40 years
and has persoanlly trained some of the world’s top analysts.

For more info about Richard’s course contact Sandy Levey
Some of Richard’s previous students who also teach his system: Ronelle Coburn, Pascal Stoesel, Alice Funk, Kay Packard, Pamelah Landers, Baeth Davis, Janet Savage, Roberta Crocker.
And Kay Packard will be running her own course this year in Los Angeles 11-13 November 2011.  More info  about Kay

So if you’re trying to make sense of all this
IIHA (International Institute of hand Analysis) now has 2 break away schools
IASHA (International Association for Scientific Hand Analysis) (Baeth)
and AAHA (American Academy of Hand Analysis) (Kay)
but all are teaching Richard Unger’s IIHA system of analysing hands.

How to decide which course to take?
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