kinesiology tutorials


Kinesiology Tutorials on the Internet

DATABASE MUSCLUSKELETAL SYSTEM

Look it up!  — Here you find an online database with pictures. This tutorial is to be used for gaining knowledge of the musculoskeletal system. It was developed in collaboration by Dr. Bob Pankey, Dr. Jerry Elledge and Mr. Max Stratton. —
http://www.hper.txstate.edu/hper/faculty/pankey/5309/4325tut/index.html

EMOTIONAL STRESS RELEASE

Emotional Stress release is part of Specialized Kinesiology-methods to overcome stress as it is shown with muscle testing. Everybody knows how emotional stress release to bring back the good feeling of Physical Health. One only has to browse the web to recognize this notion, for example:

Stress release is what kinesiology is all about. — Physical, mental, emotional, chemical, environmental and behavioral stress are things which cause our problems, and the area where these techniques have their greatest effect. Every course and consultation in this field includes techniques to relieve some kind of stress.

Various stress release techniques are combined with emotional balancing, affirmations, visualization, massage techniques, and movement exercises.

Charles Krebs, Gordon Stokes, Daniel Whiteside and Candace Calloway of Three-In-One Concepts have done a great deal of work in the area of emotional diffusion and advanced re-patterning. This kind of stress release of past trauma frees the person to get on with his or her life. Their courses in Three-In-One Concepts can bring about profound positive changes in people. — http://www.kinesiology.net/sk.asp

EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques®) — Where emotional relief brings physical health. Self help method often works where nothing else will No Drugs Involved ~ High success Rate Test Drive EFT – Your Free Get Started Package — http://www.emofree.com/downloadeftmanual.asp

Additional EFT Techniques The following techniques are frequently used in addition to the basic EFT techniques  at http://www.eft-help.com/details/additionaltechniques.htm

Sedona Method: best treatment for back pain — “Most chronic back pain has a strong emotional component. It is either emotionally driven or emotionally aggravated — or there is simply a lot of emotion because of having this pain in your back for so long.” — ” [Hale Dwoskin, CEO and director of training of Sedona Training Associates.]
http://hshere23.wordpress.com/2009/01/01/sedona-method-best-treatment-forf-back-pain/

Hiatal Hernia: Emotional in Origin The main factors in the CAUSE of a Hiatal Hernia are Emotional Stress, Trauma of any kind and the natural phenomenon of Child Birth and Spiritual Transitions.

NOTE: When a Hiatal Hernia (stomach up) is present for a length of time, in the first stage it begins to mimic the side EFFECTS of a disease or illness. If the Hiatal Hernia is not discovered in time, the mimicked disease then has the EFFECT of becoming the irreversible disease.
http://hshere23.wordpress.com/2008/11/30/hiatal-hernia-emotional-in-origin/

The Top Ten Pain Releasers on DVD — Self Help Techniques for Relieving Stress and Pain with Arlene Green (3 DVD set). A masterful collection of ten simple and effective, hands-on self help techniques that address a wide variety of pain and stress issues with extraordinary results. Learn the basics of quality Muscle Testing and Ten proven methods for relieving stress and pain literally at your fingertips. — http://www.uskinesiology.com/products.htm

Balancing the Body’s Energies — Muscle Tests for the Eight Extra Meridians – Wayne Topping, PhD. The eight extra meridians of Chinese acupuncture relate to organs including hypothalamus, pineal, thymus, anterior and posterior pituitary, and regulate the 12 regular meridians. This book describes 35 muscle tests, including eight indicator muscles that can balance all 20 meridians. Correction procedures are drawn from Touch for Health and Biokinesiology and include biokinetic exercises, nutrition and emotions. Great for people with Touch for Health knowledge. — http://www.wellnesskinesiology.com/book.htm

BALANCING THE ELECTRICAL CENTERING SYSTEM

Cloacals: The Most important Kinesiology Correction of All! — The most important systems to have in place is the Centering System. This is taught in Applied Kinesiology. The test to see if the Centering System is balance is simple – simply give a light slap on the person’s upper arm. Then muscle test. If they then test weak, that means that the simple slap was more stress than their body can handle.

Gaits: Another aspect of the main electrical centering systems in the body. Walking is a very complex process that uses many electrical pathways. If the ‘Gaits’ are out of balance, then the simple act of taking just one step forward will weaken the body, as it ‘switches’ all of the muscles off. This can be easily demonstrated by any good kinesiologist. Again, it is a simple correction to make. The gaits correction is described in the  Applied Kinesiology Synopsis by Walther. — http://www.synergistickinesiology.com/cloacals_applied_kinesiology.html

Switching: Neurologic disorganization refers to an abnormal condition in which the nervous system signals or interprets signals improperly, causing erroneous information to be derived from various AK testing procedures. A review from both the European and American AK literature on the topic of switching and its diagnosis is given. A literature review of biomedical, AK, and acupuncture is also given that suggests how the meridian system in its interaction with the neuromuscular system and the adaptation system (Hans Selye) may play an important role in the switching phenomenon. The rationale for use of the conception vessel and governing vessel in therapy localization is described. — http://www.icak.com/college/papers/2000-2001.shtml

HOMOCYSTEINE — John W. Brimhall, D.C., D.I.B.A.: Intervention and Outcome: The author shows that an AK oral challenge of homocysteine (using just a tiny amount on the patient’s tongue) will cause a previously strong muscle to test weak in the case of elevated homocysteine levels. The administration of the proper nutrient will abolish the weakness.

Conclusion: There is a high percentage of the population that weakens to the oral challenge of homocysteine. The growing awareness of the importance of homocysteine levels in cases of vascular and other diseases makes this suggested method of diagnosis and nutritional treatment worthy of further scientific and clinical investigation. (Collected Papers International College of Applied Kinesiology, 1998-1999;1:31-36) — http://www.icak.com/college/papers/Research_1998-1999.shtml

ARTICLES: KINESIOLOGY

THE AMYGDALA BRAIN PHYSIOLOGY — by Richard D. Utt, L. Ac. © 2004 Applied Physiology
Access to the amygdala gland allows for the practitioner of kinesiology the technology to delve quite deeply into the body’s anatomy and physiology. There is not a disease known to man that is not in some way influenced by the behavior of this central brain gland. In the Applied Physiology approach (AP), the use of acupuncture points, by way of circuit localization and stacking affords us that refined ability.
Abstract: It has long been known in Applied Kinesiology (AK) that certain points on the body have been found to represent various meanings. Through empirical and methodic research, the limbic system of the brain has been mapped (AP). To support this statement, I refer to the mapping of visceral referred pain locations (Schmidt), the Bennett reflex points (NV) s, Chapman reflex points (NL) s, all of these anatomical areas refer to some physiologic observation. The observation eventually shows by way of indicator muscle (I/M), indicator change (I/C) or host indicator (H/I) change (muscle representing the meridian or organ being investigated), (Goodheart), (AP). This map takes us on a journey through the 24 points of the central vessel meridian of acupuncture, relating to the brain’s limbic system. The first 13 points represent the various regions of the hypothalamus. The 14th point Central Vessel 14 will lend us access to the amygdala. Point numbers 15 through 24 cover the other ten very specific regions of limbic software/hardware. http://www.icak.com/conferences/rome_2004/Utt-The%20Amygdala%20Brain%20Physiology_RU.pdf

LEAP for the Assessment and Correction of Specific Learning Difficulties — by Susan J McCrossin
The approach using LEAP can be very effectively applied to specific learning difficulties in children and adults with consistent success, where previously medication was the most common intervention with very limited success.
http://www.crossinology.com/pdf/www.positivehealthKinesiology.pdf

POSITIVE HEALTH ONLINEwww.positivehealth.com
The idea for Positive Health was born from the frustration of constantly hearing the infuriating assertion that there is no research about complementary medicine. Having trawled through some 10,000 published research articles about cancer and nutrition alone, just in the past decade, convinced Dr Goodman that there is a multitude of research which is being published, but which is not being communicated to a wider audience of interested people who wish to protect their health by knowing the facts. Positive Health was set up in an attempt to fill this imponderable information gap.
http://www.positivehealth.com/article-list.php?subjectid=149

CLINICAL KINESIOLOGY — Kinesiology and Applied Kinesiology (AK) Defined
To understand the method of Clinical Kinesiology (CK) and the Biocomputer model developed by Alan Beardall, DC it is first necessary to trace the progression of Kinesiology from its beginnings. George Goodheart, DC pioneered the practice of Applied Kinesiology (AK) that was later refined by Alan Beardall, DC as the practice of Clinical Kinesiology …
Muscle testing – A Valid Technique
The biggest objection confronted by the rapidly developing AK field was the question of the validity of muscle testing. Does manual muscle testing get consistent and repeatable results? The answer is definitely a big maybe. If the testing is performed by a qualified (i.e. well trained and proficient) practitioner, then the results are indeed reproducible. However, non-skilled testers frequently get inconsistent answers. Muscle testing is both a science and an art. The practitioner of AK must be an expert in both.
http://pnwf.org/Clinical_Kinesiology__web_version_.pdf

Electronic Computers and the Biocomputer Model

Clinical observations led Dr. Alan Beardall to conclude that the human being functions as a very extensive biocomputer. The Biocomputer Model of the human body has as its underlying premise that at the most fundamental level the body operates on a day-to-day basis on the same basic principles as the electronic computer — it is binary in nature and operates according to the instructions of a program whose function is survival.
http://pnwf.org/Clinical_Kinesiology__web_version_.pdf

Hand Modes

Hand modes originated as mudras in the Orient and were expanded into the health field by Dr. Alan G. Beardall. The modes are finger positions that create a three-dimensional symbol, or shape, that generates a frequency. This frequency interacts with the body’s energy field producing a kinetic change in muscle tone if it resonates or has a relationship with anything going on in the body.
http://pnwf.org/Clinical_Kinesiology__web_version_.pdf

About quinten

Practitioner of Specialized Kinesiology, The Netherlands
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