Interview with Annette & Boris about Aquatone & Smart Breathe™
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About Boris Aranovich & Annette Graucob
1987 -1991, Principal at the University of Alternative Medicine, St. Petersburg, Russia.
2003 – Founded the company Manniskans Resurser AB, where he is still MD.
2009 – Hosts a Swedish radio show called “Better and Better Every Day”
Boris Aranovich is also an active member of the organization International Association for Professional Medical Specialists, in the field of both alternative and traditional medicine.
Boris Aranovich has earned a Master’s Degree from the International Academy of Ecology and Life Protection Sciences (IAELPS).
1991 – Research at the Institute of Physical Education in St. Petersburg: “Effect of Mental Training on Sports Performance.”
1997 -Research on the effects of ideo motor movements on brain rhythms, University of Washington, Seattle, USA
2010 -Research at Karolinska Institutet: “Effects of a low-intensity electromagnetic field on fibroblast migration and proliferation.”
2011 – “Improvement of Human Health State after Short-Term Training of the SmartBreathe Method”, Shenzhen, China
2013- Effects of Smart Breathe in Community Dwelling Elderly of New Delhi, India
Books and programs
Boris Aranovich is the author of 14 books and 3 interactive programmes about health.
Annette Graucob, Marketing Director at MR AB.She spent the first half of her professional career in the international media arena. But some 15 years ago, her focus and passion turned direction completely – empowering people to find their inner strength and joy became much more important. Annette is now able to do so as an intuitive artist and as a co-worker at the innovative alternative health company MR AB, which focuses on helping people to restore health and happiness.