English course in Austria (Europe) – EMF Radiation and Geopathic Stress Assessment and Mitigation
Monday 9am to Friday approx. 1pm
This 5 -day (!) workshop is about learning radiation assessment for homes and which solutions can be used.
GEOVITAL has been addressing radiation issues in patient’s/client’s homes in a holistic manner that has shown wonderful lasting benefit for decades now. GEOVITAL is fast becoming the authority on radiation protection because rather than coming from a theoretic approach, we actually know what works in practice and works long term. This knowledge is shared in this workshop as we encourage people to take control of their home situation and we hope you will join our network to help people in your ares.
Read all the details about our workshop and its potential
Anyone can join and you can use this knowledge as a stand alone service, or utilise it in a health setting (doctors, therapists, naturopaths…) or in a home construction setting (architects, builders, electricians…). Seemingly complex subjects are easily explained in theory but also in practice. You will be busy with theoretical components and also many practical experience both in a ‘home’ and in the field.
- Electronic pollution in the home: Different types of radiation often found in homes and their sources
- Geopathic stress: Different types of excesses of natural radiation and their value
- Measurement of radiation: Which instrument to use when and how
- Radiation protection (elimination and shielding): Understand the available product solutions for creating a better home environment
- Health risks to people, animals and plants
- The business of offering home radiation assessment and consultations
- Testing for and measuring different radiation types, using instruments
- Testing for and measuring different Geopathic stresses, using professional divining techniques
- Conducting a home assessment where your new learned skills come together
- Testing of wiring and developing a solution approach
- Record keeping of your assessment
Any work in the area of radiation protection or shielding starts with this workshop whether you are an architect, doctor, therapist, sleep consultant, painter, electrician or someone with no ties to any of these professions. If you wish to work with radiation protection you must first learn the basics to understand the relationship between cause and effect.
Please read more details about our workshop in Geobiology and Radiation Protection here
Download registration form. (Please print it, fill it out, sign it, make a clear all-parts-readable scan or photo and email it to us)
IMPORTANT: For this workshop we have do have a maximum number of students we will take. Communicate with Patrick van der Burght to express your potential interest to attend. When ready, pay your course fee to secure you place and wait for confirmation of your booking before making travel arrangements.
Accommodation is available at walking distance from our academy.
Enjoy southern Germany whilst you’re coming with some annual festivities in the area
We’ve planned this years workshop to coincide with some of the well known festivities in the area. The Seehasenfest (festival) 2017 held in Friedrichshafen, can be enjoyed by all from the 13th till the 17th of July on the promenade along the shores of Lake Constance (go to the ‘Uferpromenade’ in Friedrichshafen). On Saturday the 15th of July this festival is also host to a large fireworks display at 10:30pm. The fireworks can be best viewed fromt the same Uferpromenade.
Zeppelin tours, Neuschwanstein Castle and so much more
There is lots to do in the south of Germany and the north west of Austria. It was the birthplace of the Zeppelin and there are daily Zeppelin tours for various lengths of time. You do have to book early! Book before you travel to us to make sure you get the tour of the length and cost you like. It is an amazing experience.
A little further drive towards the east is Schwangau with the most gorgeous castle you will like see in your lifetime ‘Neuschwanstein Castle’. Take a day for it to travel down, buy your entry ticket (with a admission time on it, so get there early and you get in earlier. Come after lunch time and you’ll likely have to wait till the late afternoon for one of the last tours/accesses) and why not enjoy a horse and cart ride up to the castle. It is an experience you won’t forget.
Geovital Academy is relatively easy to get to from other countries.
IMPORTANT: Please be warned that people often make the mistake to confuse Sulzberg (a small town where Geovital is) with Salzberg (the famous city on the other side of Austria!).
1 – International arrivals via Munich Germany
This is probably the most convenient and cost effective way to get to Geovital. Munich is a city in Germany which is about 200km (120miles) from Geovital in Sulzberg (Austria).
Train option: The easiest and often less stressful way to travel from there is to get on a train to OBERSTAUFEN (depart usually every 30min) for just 22 euro, This puts you 15km from Geovital in Sulzberg. From there a BUS or TAXI can take you the last distance. The train ride take about 2.5 to 3 hours, so your arrival in Munich should ideally not be in the evening so you have time to get to Sulzberg during the day or early evening.
Train information can be found here, you can select ENGLISH on the top and select departure from ‘Munich Airport T’ which will be shown in the results as ‘München Flughafen Terminal’ (YOU DO NOT WANT: Munich Flughafen Besucherpark). The destination is ‘Oberstaufen’. Daytime travel is fairly flexible, meaning if you book a 2pm train and get in early or late, you may get on another train. Trains with the ‘product’ ‘BUS’ included may be best avoided as they will get you to use a bus leg to get from one train to the other.
Google map showing Oberstaufen to Geovital here.
Car rental option: Alternatively a car could be rented. From our conversations with rental companies in Munich it is no problem driving to Austria with their cars (do confirm this yourself) but you would need to purchase a ‘Vignette’ in a gas station on the way to Austria. This covers your road taxes for Austria and you will need to know how many days you plan to stay in Austria. A Vignette is about 10-15 euros.
Also note, car break down assistance in included for travel in Germany, but not outside Germany, so you would have to pay for transport to the nearest repair shop. The repair would be covered (reconfirm these details yourself). There is no customs post between Germany and Austria, so you just drive through.
Some car rental options: Munich airport car rental page – Rentalcars.com – Airportrentals.com (compare between them and you’re bound to find a good rate)
Taxi / Being driven
For those who like their convenience there is an option to be driven to Sulzberg from Munich airport. This can be booked through for example www.suntransfers.com. If you click on this link you’ll be taken straight to the route Munich to Sulzberg. Needless to say this is more costly. Expect about 370 euro one way, or 650 euro if you book your travel to and from Sulzberg at the same time (separate days allowed).
2 – Closest Airport
The actual neared airport is Friedrichshafen in Germany. This is a distance of 72km (44 miles) from Sulzberg.
A train could be taken from Friedrichshafen to Oberstaufen (Germany) and from there it is just 15km (9 miles) by taxi to Sulzberg in Austria.
See the route on Google maps here.
Freidrichshafen is a minor international airport with seasonal connections to other European countries, so you may need connecting flights to get there.
3 – Via Switzerland
Zurich in Switzerland is at a distance of 140km (86 miles) to Geovital in Sulzberg, Austria.
ATTENTION: Switzerland is outside the European union and travel out of, and back into its borders can be more ‘involved’. You would need Swiss money whilst you are in Switzerland, you have to cross the borden the old fashioned way with passport in hand and possible bag inspection. There is no problem with this, but if you bought for example instrumentation from us or some products, you may need to declare those and things get difficult. We would recommend travel via Munich.
Accommodation is easy to find in beautiful Sulzberg. You can visit www.sulzberg.at (German) for more insights about Sulzberg and we happily recommend the below mentioned accommodation.
Pension Martinsklause – 2 star
Situated approximately 750 meter (820 yards) from Geovital
Ms Herta Hagspiel
T: +43 (0)5516 2219
F: +43 (0)5516 2219
Book a room online now
View on Google maps
VitalHotal Linde – 4 star
Situated approximately 4.7km (3 miles) from Geovital
There is a bus that stops in front towards Sulzberg once every hour, and one that goes back here leaving Sulzberg once an hour till about 6pm.
View on Google maps
Pension Bilgeri – 2 star
Situated approximately 700 meter (765 yards) from Geovital
Ms Elvira Bilgeri
View on Google maps
Pension Hilde – 2 star
Situated approximately 900 meter (985 yards) from Geovital
T: +43 (0)5516 2107
F: +43 (0)5516 2107
View on Google maps
Get an impression of what the area around GEOVITAL is like.
You can spend weeks here…