Copy of Touch For Health Level 1
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Canada @ (CA)
Level I is open to all. It is suitable for the lay person who has no prior knowledge about muscles/anatomy/posture or Chinese acupuncture energy theory. Many massage therapists, chiropractors, acupuncturists, therapists, coaches, etc., find TFH useful in their practices, and for client education (TFH is often recognized for professional continuing education credit). Most kinesiologist's learn TFH during their training. Touch for Health® is a system of balancing posture, attitude and life energy to relieve stress, aches and pains, feel and function better and be more effective. Create focus and achieve your goals to enjoy a better life. Touch for Health Level I: 14-Muscle/Meridian Balancing “As-You-Go” Introductory kinesiology workshop for lay people and health professionals Accurate indicator muscle testing; “challenging” reflexes to find deeper levels to balance Emotional stress release (for present distress) 14 muscle-tests as biofeedback for posture and 14 major energy meridians 5 reflex systems and nutrition for balancing muscles, posture and energy and more.
Simple pain control techniques Improve Sensory-auditory and visual perception and physical range of motion with auricular and visual balancingOfficial IKC TFH Level I Syllabus: Balancing-As-You-GoThe following descriptions of the IKC TFH levels may vary slightly from country to country.A: Introduction to Touch for Health (May be presented as a separate 4 hour introduction) What is Touch for Health? History, Triangle of Health, Opposing Muscle Theory Switching On: Water Central Meridian Check Switching Points Cross Crawl for Fun Auricular Energy Meridian Massage Accurate Indicator Muscle TestingB: Introduction to Muscle Testing Education, Communication and Permission: the Self-Responsibility Model Accurate Indicator Muscle Testing Prechecks for accurate muscle testing - Physical, Mental/Emotional, Biochemical Challenges Switching On Central Meridian Energy Check Hydration Subjective EvaluationC: Muscle/Meridian Balancing Touch Reflexes Spinal Reflexes Neurolymphatic Massage Points (reflexes) Neurovascular Holding Points (reflexes) Energy Meridians from Acupuncture Muscle Origin-Insertion Technique Challenging a Balancing Reflex Muscles that Won’t “Switch-off” Emotional Stress Release Using Food to Balance Specific MusclesD: Other Balancing Techniques Posture Awareness Cross Crawl for Fun Auricular Energy Visual Inhibition Simple Pain Techniques Surrogate Testing Goal Balancing Balancing-As-You-Go ProcedureE: Muscle Tests and Balancing Reflexes for Basic 14 Muscles and Related MeridiansTouch for Health Level 2: One-Point Balancing 14 additional muscle tests Circuit locating to find an optimal touch reflex, or alarm points to indicate excess energy Emotional stress release (for future performance) Assess energy patterns in the 24-hour Wheel & Five Element (seasonal) cycles and find the “One-Point” to balance all the muscles/energy meridians Food Testing- identify foods that raise or lower your energy Acupressure Holding Points, neuromuscular reflexes (spindle cell and golgi tendon) and more. More simple pain control; “Meridian Walking” technique for recent/localized pain