Terms & Conditions
The purpose of this educational course is to learn about Natural Eyesight Improvement. It is an opportunity to relearn the habits of normal eyesight. Students are responsible for integrating what is taught in order to benefit from this course. There is a very high correlation between a student’s relearning of natural eyesight habits and improved vision, and conversely, non-application will not lead to improvement.
Many individuals who have blur have had stress on their vision for a long time. As with many other, natural, or holistic oriented approaches, self-healing can take from several months to several years.
This course is not diagnosis, treatment, prescribing, therapy, counseling, or determination of function and Lawrence Batchelor is not an optician, optometrist, ophthalmologist, physician, psychologist, or therapist; he is a teacher. Students are advised to have an eye doctor monitor their progress and prescribe weakened lenses when needed. If the student has had a history of eye pathologies, (e.g. cataract, glaucoma) they should be under the care of an ophthalmologist.
The teacher must be informed about any and all eye surgeries, including refractive corneal surgeries, performed on any student, before they enroll.
Students are solely responsible for their own responses, reactions, and feelings to the material presented in this course. There can be some uncomfortable reactions if one chooses to engage in self-healing activities, like those taught in the course; the teacher is available to discuss these issues by phone.
Recordings by students are not allowed.
Students are expected to attend all the regular classes, in sequence, and will be regarded as having completed the course only after attending all of the classes in their entirety.
Fees for the classes and programs are not refundable and not transferable. The entire course tuition is due before the first class.