The Fourth Phase of Water - IIts Role in Health and Manual Therapy

Three-part live series
with Dr. Gerald Pollack (USA)

Water, known to us as in its liquid, solid and volatile forms, has a fourth phase, in which molecules are ordered, or “structured.” This phase or state of water fills the body. Insight into the fourth phase of water has profound implications for our understanding of bodily functions and the workings of manual therapy.

In this course, Professor of bioengeneering Gerald Pollack, discoverer of the fourth phase of water and author of the famous book ‘The Fourth Phase of Water’, will introduce us to this crucial concept and show what the fourth phase of water is, how water undergoes ‘phase transitions’ in cellular function and what this means for manual therapy.

Course Lessons

Implications of Fourth Phase Water for Manual Therapy

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