MVMTLAB's Dr Jeff Almon to speak at the Superhuman Summit in Vancouver

MVMTLAB's Dr Jeff Almon to speak at the Superhuman Summit in Vancouver

September 25, 2017

We are excited to announce that our very own Dr Jeff Almon has been invited to speak at the Superhuman Summit in Vancouver on October 21st, 2017!


Dr Jeff's talk will cover how to discover hidden neurological inputs that affect your movement patterns, mood and general performance. Central Sensitization will be at the core of his talk, and you will leave with a better understanding of how to solve your own personal puzzle to heal old injuries and relieve pain.⠀

The Superhuman Summit is a single day event where speakers present their ideas on how to advance human potential. It will showcase lessons, stories and practices from superhuman specialists that are rooted in science, practiced achievement and tested technologies. Each speaker and their experiences/findings embodies qualities that exceed those found in normal humans, and are there to explain how to apply the knowledge to any interested lifelong learner.⠀

Join fellow explorers, limit breakers, risk takers, evolutionists, society changers, future thinkers and immortality tinkerers for a unique take on how to improve the quality and quantity of your life 👊⠀

Visit Superhvman.com to get your early bird tickets.

Curious to know more about Dr Jeff? See his biography here at MVMTLAB.com/pages/our-team.  

We look forward to seeing you at the Superhuman Summit!⠀

The MVMTLAB Team

 



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