Is your energy getting zapped by your wireless devices? Are your tech gadgets the reason you wake up during the night?
In this complimentary masterclass, leading EMF home surveyor Guy Hudson and EMF author Nick Pineault will teach you simple, easy ways to reduce EMF pollution in your home, and give your body a sigh of relief.
This masterclass will teach you:
- The top sources of EMF pollution inside your home
- The top five symptoms of "EMF sensitivity"
- The growing link between EMF pollution and cancer risks, and how you can best protect yourself
- Why kids are more affected by this environmental toxin than adults
- Easy, affordable ways to minimize your EMF exposure at home and beyond.
About this event
About This Event:
This 90-minute complimentary masterclass includes:
- 60-minute masterclass
- 30-minute live Q&A
Guy Hudson, EMF Home Surveyor
Guy Hudson, is a leading EMF surveyor, professional engineer, physicist, electrosensitive, founder of Beneficial Environments and a contributing advisor for the new biologically-based guidelines for EMFs – IGNIR.
With over 30 years of industry experience, he has helped hundreds of clients achieve their goals for low-electrosmog living spaces.
Nick "The EMF Guy" Pineault, Advocate For Safe Technologies
Nick is the author of the #1 best-rated EMF book worldwide — The Non-Tinfoil Guide to EMFs — and is a sought-after voice on safe technologies who was featured on more than 100 online and offline media outlets in the last 3 years alone.
In the last years, Nick’s efforts to spread EMF awareness through a common sense and even humorous approach has received accolades from top functional medicine doctors, engineers, and top EMF scientists like Professor Olle Johansson from Sweden.
Book now & save your spot
Wednesday, June 16 at 12:00 pm New York / 5:00 pm London
Space is limited. Reserve your spot now.
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