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Program Details

Why is happiness essential to health, healing and those who treat others?

In this enlightening seminar, Dr. David Neubauer will explore the science of happiness, considering statistical evidence for its influence — and offer ways for you to bring this knowledge into your practice and life.

  • Understand your baseline rating of happiness
  • Find out about vulnerability and the sense of love and belonging
  • Explore different management styles in life, business and health care
  • Learn practical ways to apply the principles of happiness in work, play and serving others
  • Hear about lessons in life based on the longest study on happiness

Science shows us that happy people feel a greater sense of love and belonging, set and achieve more goals, run more successful businesses, experience less stress and live longer, healthier lives. 

Leave with time tested, study proven techniques to become a better communicator and a happier, healthier healer.


Call us at 952-885-5446 to sign up for the class

About the Instructor

David Neubauer, DCDavid Neubauer graduated from Northwestern Health Sciences University in 1983. Following a year in practice he traveled to San Diego, CA to attend the Asian American Acupuncture Medical University where he graduated and obtained his Acupuncture Medical Degree. He practiced for 17 years in Bird Island, MN and built a huge business in a small town.

He was Adjunct Faculty and past President of the Alumni Association at NWHSU. He has lectured throughout the United States, Canada and South America on personal development, communication skills and TEAM building and most enjoys watching others become the success they deserve to be.

His greatest joy, however, remains being married to his beautiful wife of 31 years, Carrie and three outstanding children, Cole, Ross and Anne.




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