Introduction to Applied Kinesiology

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Introduction to Applied Kinesiology
Saturday, April 28, 2012 - 9:30am - 4:30pm
Darrell Becker
Other Kalani - see description

Applied Kinesiology is the practice of using measured muscle strength feedback as a stress monitor to identify problems. This science is concerned with identifying and correcting imbalances in the body's structural, chemical, emotional or other bio-energetically measurable parameters.

In this class we will practice:
• Bioenergetic testing: Establishing a set and setting of a treatment using muscle testing
• Basic finger dowsing/pendulum dowsing: to find problems that are the epicenters of pain, disease and injury (known as Therapy Localization areas, or TL's)
• Basic muscle testing to find and corroborate TL’s
• Finding what type of therapy can solve each TL
• Ways of remaining sensitive to, yet largely unaffected by, the patient’s energies

Darrell Becker is the founder of Differential Biofeedback Health Diagnostics, a system of healthcare which utilizes Applied Kinesiology to find appropriate treatment choices that are measured to be biocompatible to the patient.

He was first trained in the healthcare arts by Dr. Richard C. Warmann, D.C., a chiropractor practicing in Vermont, who was a student of Dr. George Goodheart, the discoverer and developer of Applied Ki-nesiology. Darrell is also a graduate of Green Mountain Institute College of Acupuncture.

Class will be held at Kalani's Mauka Studio, and tuition is $60.

For More information contact Michael at 965-0468 ext. 126 or [email protected]
To Register contact Kalani at 965-7828