Applied Kinesiology Acupuncture Meridian Therapy Seminar Portland, Oregon
Applied Kinesiology Muscle testing portland, Oregon.
June 28-29, 2014 University of Western States
If you wanted to learn about Applied Kinesiology without the commitment of the 8 weekend course, you can do the one weekend Meridian class and see how you like it. Or if you have no intention of doing the full certification course and want to just learn this one topic, this is what you will learn:
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Muscle testing success
I couldn’t think of working in my holistic health practice without using Applied Kinesiology muscle testing. I had a beautiful cultured woman in her 60s come in for low back pain and anxiety. She has been to many other medical and alternative medicine doctors. She must of been taking about 20 different pills and products a day including vitamins, homeopathies, herbal tinctures, hormones, and pharmaceutical medications. Continue reading
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Tagged anxiety, chiropractic, diagnosis, Dr. carlotta watson, Dr. Robert Ciprian, endocrine, hashimoto's thyroiditis, low back pain, muscle teting, naturopath, naturothyroid, nervous tension, Pearl district, Portland, pulse points, Synthroid
Applied Kinesiology seminars in Portland, Oregon
Applied Kinesiology Muscle testing portland, Oregon.
The AK course will be held at the University of Western States
1. October 19-20, 2013
2. November 2-3, 2013
3. January 11-12, 2014
4. February 1-2, 2014
5. March 1-2, 2014
6. April 12-13, 2014
7. May 3-4, 2014
8. June 7-8, 2014
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Tagged acupuncture, alternative medicine, applied kinesiology, bio mechanics, chiropractic, continuing education, emotions, Muscle testing, naturopathic, nutrition, Oregon, osteopathy, Portland, sports injury, treatment
NET (Neuro Emotional Technique) seminar
NET is having a Seattle seminar August 16-17 in Seattle. I do recommend going! This was a mind blower for me when I first was introduced to it back in 1996 and it is still a mind blower today when I use it on my patients. I have countless success stories that are related to Neuro Emotional Technique.
Here is their seminar schedule: http://www.netmindbody.com/for-practitioners/seminar-information-and-schedule
Don’t always believe what you are told about your destiny
Believe in your natural ability to heal
I’ve been extremely lucky to of had some miraculous mentors in my career. Over and over again I’ve heard of or personally witnessed supposed miracles.
We are all very susceptible to what authority figures tell us and in our culture. This includes the media, educational institutions, and modern medicine. Doctors have actually become like demigods. If a person with medical credentials and who wears a white coat tells you something it must be true. They have the education, they are the expert, they know your future! They can’t be wrong.
I need to you realize how powerful this is… Continue reading
Muscle symmetry and dural torque
Muscle Balance is an indicator of health
When you are healthy and balanced the musculature of your body follows. When you see someone standing, walking or running and their left and right are evenly balanced the body is working with efficiency. This is important for endurance and performance. This is also important indicator of how healthy we are. Muscular imbalance and asymmetry is a sign of a problem in the body. Symmetry also equals beauty. The more symmetry that we have the more attractive we appear to others. This is a natural selection indicator to seek out healthy partners.
If we are not symmetrical, the problem can be musculoskeletal, biochemical, emotional, and/or electromagnetic in nature. The good thing is that we can use the musculature of the body as a direct indicator to find out what is wrong. Continue reading
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Monday at the University of Western States Chiropractic College. What Most Doctors Don’t know.
I’m honored to be invited to give a talk at the UWS Chiropractic College this Monday. I will be lecturing about “What Most Doctors Don’t Know”. This is a really fun talk where I am going to give out a hand full of functional “Tips” for the students and doctors followed by a question and answer session. If you get a chance come by and if you know anyone else that may benefit please spread the word.
University of Western States
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Tagged ak, applied kinesiology, biomechanics, chiropractic, edu, functional, health, medicine, Muscle testing, natural, naturopathic, university of western states, uws, what most doctors don't know