Edinburgh kinesiology foundation course - module 2 of 6
16 St Mary's Street
What's taught on this module?
- Eight new muscles; their tests, associated points, nutrition & meridians.
- Five factors of the IVF and two more.
- Diaphragmatic breathing.
- Introduction to wheel balance.
- Fuse principle.
- Thymus tap.
- Balancing options.
- Food sensitivity testing.
Full course description
This kinesiology foundation gives you a thorough bedrock of knowledge and a plethora of techniques. Kinesiology, or muscle testing, is easy to learn and contains techniques that show where stress and imbalance is held in your body. Muscles are like monitors and there is a bio-feedback loop occurs during muscle testing to show where and when imbalance is occurring and when balance is restored.
The course is run over six weekends during a three to four month period; this gives you time to practice what you learn on each module.
The foundation course is open to you if you are a member of the public so you can use it on family and friends. If you already have a professional practice, it will bring extra value to your existing clients and additional tools that you and they will appreciate for the years to come.
Life in the 21st century is stressful; even if we are happy in our lives, there is a lot going on around us that can weaken our immune system, deplete our energy and cause emotional challenges. These can lead to postural/physical changes and the inability to digest our foods.
If you could bring more energy and vitality to your clients, friends, family and to yourself, would you choose to do so?
This is vibrational energy work. Step up and let your light shine and achieve your potential. Just as your fingerprint is unique, so is your energetic vibration and the world needs your unique gifts. This is your invitation to do just that.
Selection of what you will learn on foundation course
- Simple accurate muscle testing of 42 muscles and their associated meridian relationships.
- To balance muscles we use neurolymphatic massage, nutrition, acupressure and holding points.
Rosemary Tarrant (Dip ASK & Accredited Tutor since 2001)
About Rosemary Tarrant
Starting my kinesiology journey back in 1998, I've loved working with my clients and teaching it since 2000. I've taught Systematic Kinesiology (both Balanced Health Levels 1-5 and the Practitioner Course with TASK (The Academy of Systematic Kinesiology) in Surrey and London and now teach with SAK, (School of Advanced Kinesiology).