Category - ~ Energy Kinesiology

Touch for Health

Wall Warts

Wall Warts are the trade term for those little black bumps that stick out of our electrical sockets all over the house (1). We use them for all kinds of devices: charging cell phones, running laptops and most of the accessories we have come to...

Quick Balancing Technique

Strength and co-ordination are a consequence of integrated neuro-motor control functions. These functions usually rely on small muscles that make fine adjustments to the bodies position and movement vectors. Information that the control system...

Therapy Hand Tools

Acupuncture point locator and stimulator. These tools are an excellent way to find specific points that you want to stimulate. They are used both in clinics and at home. In one mode they quickly locate the point you ant to work with, and with a...

Emotional Stress Release

Holding ESR points can often act within a minute to restore a sense of calm, improve focus and attention. However it is fine to hold them for a long time and many times a day. Used in trauma response, they can be held continually. In therapy...

Simple Balance Correction Techniques

Balance and Stress Balance and stress have an interesting relationship. When we are stressed out we will often refer to our experience as being out of balance, we bump into things and we loose our orientation and sense of direction or purpose...

BIT / Crossinology and Reflex Integration

When combining Brain Integration Technique / Crossinology with Reflex Integration it is best to tailor the reflex integrating exercises to the specific BIT corrections you are working on. For example, when working with the Amygdala, work...

Tensegrity Principle in Massage

Abstract of Polish Research on efficacy of massage in Physical Therapy using EEG / MMG. The study focused specifically on effects not directly related to the muscle being manipulated. This research was published in the Journal of Bodywork and...

Negative Effects of Stress on Health

Our culture has replaced natural sources of stress, for which we had refined effective responses over thousands of generations, with the stressful aspects of modern living. Many of these stressors have emerged in our lifetimes, making our...

BIT: Brain Integration Technique

Early childhood stressors profoundly affect how we process information. The strategy developing brains use to cope with stressful situations is to limit the amount of information they assimilate. The “Information Super Highway” of...