Touch for Health is an easy, simple, safe system of balancing Posture, Attitude and Energy to help you:
- Clarify your personal vision and functional goals.
- Clear mental / emotional / physical and energetic blocks.
- Relieve pain and release tension.
- Enhance your personal bests.
- Achieve more consistent and frequent peak performances and enjoyment of life.
CE’s for Nurses, Acupuncturists and Massage Therapists, Athletic Trainers
2 Minute Overview of My Experience Teaching Touch For Health
The Touch for Health curriculum is a “hands on” sixty hour four weekend certification training for developing touch biofeedback skills and learning techniques for correcting subtle imbalances that can have profound and immediate effects on physical, emotional, cognitive and even spiritual wellbeing. You will learn skills to balance Posture, Attitude and Energy for Positive Life Goals. These techniques have been compiled from many traditional and modern sources, from both East and West, and have been used in this form for an unknowable number of Energy Balances (probably tens of millions) world wide for at least 50 years. Using these techniques with friends, family and/or clients you can help yourself and the people in your life feel good more of the time and heal more comfortably and quickly. The four weekends are broken into two modules. Touch for Health is widely recommended as a comprehensive introduction to learning the skillful art and subtleties of muscle testing. It is related to the origin and provides source material for most Specialized and Energy Kinesiology modalities, such as Brain Gym, LEAP, BIT, Professional Kinesiology (PKP), and Applied Kinesiology (AP). This course is a pre-requisite for many Specialized Kinesiology trainings, for example Crossinology Brain Integration Technique (BIT), and the courses count towards certification as a Specialized Kinesiologist by the Energy Kinesiology Association.
4620 California St. San Francisco 94118 (St James Episcopal Church)
Classes start at 9am. Lunch 12:30 – 2pm, End at 5:30pm.
2-15 minutes breaks each day. At least 30% of the training is hands on experience in muscle testing and correction protocols.