2015 basic AK course in the Washington, DC area
There hasn’t been an Applied Kinesiology muscle testing basic certification course in the Washington, DC for quite some time. In 2015 that is going to change. We are currently looking at a few different locations in the Washington, DC metro area to hold the classes.
What is involved in the AK basic course?
This is an eight weekend course that takes what you have learned as a health care professional and apply it, in a holistic way, using muscle testing to help with diagnosis. You will learn how to look at the body in a new way that will make your patients think that you are superhuman in nature.
Some basic AK diagnostic procedures are:
- Assessment of posture and gait
- Acupuncture pulse pulse point diagnosis using muscle testing
- Palpation of reflexes to learn about structural and visceral imbalances
Functional medicine is also a big part of the applied kinesiology training. Unlike other professionals, when doctors make mistakes or hospital malpractice, the outcomes can ruin their patient’s lives.
Here are some areas that are focused on:
- Endocrine system
- Heart function
Functional biomechanics that you will learn will put you ahead of the pack:
- Functional gait assessment
- Sports injury treatment
- S.O.T. pelvic categories with a muscle testing twist
- Cranial-sacral assessment and treatment
- Whiplash assessment and treatment
- Stress relief
- Acupuncture meridian emotion protocol
There is just too much to list here for a simple blog post. Here is a link for the current applied kinesiology course that is wrapping up soon in Portland, Oregon.
Who is the Applied Kinesiology course for?
The ICAK guidelines for taking applied kinesiology seminars is that the health care professionals must be licensed to diagnose in the state that they practice in. Students who are attending professional colleges that will be licensed to diagnose after completion can also take the course at a student discount.
If you have any more questions, please contact us.