Product (Handbook) Training Course – Recorded Webinars

We just updated all of our LifeWave product training presentations with brand-new material, including information about LifeWave Matrix as well as the latest and most exciting results from our research studies! In an effort to provide you our LifeWave Members with the tools necessary for success, we have recorded both levels of the Product (Handbook) Training presentations in Spanish, Italian and French.  If you’ve already experienced our webinars at some point in the past, you may want to listen again because you might learn something new!

Our goal is to help you feel at ease and confident when using the patches and presenting them to others.  Please click on the links below to view these recorded webinars:

Level I, Spanish (European):   view
Level II, Spanish (European):  view

Level I, Spanish (Mexican):   view
Level II, Spanish (Mexican):  view

Level I, Italian:      view
Level II, Italian:     view

Level I, French:     view
Level II, French:    view

Level I, English:   view
Level II, English:   view


How to Watch WMV on Mac:

Note: The following methods are only for you to play WMV on the Mac i.e. you are unable to import WMV to iMovie, orgnize WMV files via iTunes, sync to iPhone via iTunes etc.

      1.) VLC Media Player (Highly Recommended, Compatible with Mac OS X)

Mac users can use VLC media player to play WMV files–WMV videos look great on it. VLC is an open source, free media player developed by the VideoLAN project. It supports a wide range of video and audio formats, as well as DVDs, Audio CDs, VCDs and streaming protocols. Moreover, it can performs well on different platforms, with versions for Microsoft Windows OS, Mac OS, Linux, Syllable, BeOS, BSD,  Solaris, MorphOS and Sharp Zaurus.

    2.) Windows Media Player 9 for Mac

Windows Media Player 9 for Mac can play both local and streamed WMV and WMA files. It’s free of charge. But there is no plan to provide upgrade any more.

In general, this player meets your needs to play WMV files on Mac. However, the discontinue upgrade decision did caused trouble for Mac users. This player supports Apple Mac OS X version 10.5 or later. when it was released in 2003. Some Snow Leopard OS users find it is really a headache to unzip the player 9 download or to get this player to work normally. So if your system does not support this player, turn to other solutions.

      3.) Flip4Mac Component for Mac

As mentioned in the above that Microsoft won’t upgrade windows media player 9, Microsoft did offer an alternative for Mac users: Windows Media Components for QuickTime Flip4Mac, which is developed by Telestream. With this QuickTime component, you can play both WMV and WMA files directly using QuickTime Player and watch streamed WMV videos.

Please send any questions to  Thank you.