Bogor Agricultural University Veterinary Project 2018

The 2018 Bogor Agricultural University Veterinary Project is:
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The 2016 Bogor Agricultural University Veterinary Project was:

A Linking Awareness Journey, Access for Animals, and Fundamentals for Animals and Humans at the Institut Pertanian Bogor, Indonesia.

 The following videos are about the three parts to this project.

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There were fifty-eight participants in the Linking Awareness Journey at Institut Pertanian, Bogor. Linking Awareness Adventures Inc sponsored most of the participants with the help of the International BodyTalk Foundation (manuals). We were able to build on the success of last year’s Vet Project at Way Kambas, with the return of a number of participants, as well as the addition of two more members of the Indonesian National Police Force Animal Division. Twenty two Veterinarians from Jakarta and Bogor also attended the entire program. The Dean of the Faculty held an Opening ceremony for the class and extended an invitation to expand this project.

 

The BodyTalk Access for Animals and Humans class at Institut Pertanian in Bogor, Indonesia had 54 participants, including Veterinarians, Professors of Veterinary Medicine, Veterinary Students, Animal Handlers from the Indonesian National Police Animal Division in Jakarta, International participants from 9 different countries, BodyTalk Practitioners and students, as well as one Architect. They were welcomed and assisted by dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, rats, snakes, lizards, insects, and a variety of stuffed animals. 


The third and final segment of the 2016 Bogor Veterinary Project was the World Premiere of the new BodyTalk Fundamentals for Animals and Humans. The fifty-five participants included twenty-two vets/veterinary professors, seventeen veterinary students, ten internationals,five animal lovers, four vet clinic owners, and one architect.

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 Past Projects

The 2015 Way Kambas Elephant Mystery School Project


Forty-eight participants attended the 2015 Way Kambas Elephant Mystery School Project. There were sixteen veterinary students from Bogor University Veterinary Faculty, fourteen Energy Workers from around the world, nine veterinarians from Indonesia, Canada, and the United Kingdom, and two police officers from the Indonesian National Police force. Together this group learned BodyTalk Access for Animals and Linking Awareness ~ Intercellular Communication ~ A Healing Journey. This video shares their voices and some of the knowledge passed down from the elephants.

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An invitation to Fort Chipewayn First Nation to join us for the 2016 Way Kambas Elephant Mystery School Project

 

 

Sponsorship Opportunities:

In 2016, Linking Awareness Adventures Inc. and the International BodyTalk Foundation  sponsored people from around the world to attend. Sponsors are invited to contribute to this worthy cause to aid in the provision of complimentary practices and skills for these dedicated participants.

In 2015, Linking Awareness Adventures Inc. and the International BodyTalk foundation, along with your donations,  sponsored 48 participants from around the globe to attend the Way Kambas Elephant Mystery School Project.

In 2014, Linking Awareness Adventures Inc. sponsored 27 people from around the globe to attend the BodyTalk Fundamentals Class and Practitioner Development Project in Malang, Java, as well as Indonesian Vets, Biologists, Elephant Mahouts, National Park staff, the Elephants, and more at Way Kambas National Park, Sumatra.

Prospective sponsors can contact us through the form below, or can click on the “Donate” button below. Please indicate which project you wish to donate towards on your paypal form.


 

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