Thank goodness I love to learn. In my thirst to learn about the brain and how we learn, I studied anything and everything I could get my hands on within the fields of health care, psychology, neuroscience, and child development, eastern and western medical approaches. Sprinkle all that book learning with raising children and helping with grandchildren, and Books Neural Therapy was born.
- Applied Kinesiology
- Learning Enhancement Program (LEAP)
- Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)
- Affective Neuroscience
- Network Spinal Analysis (NSA)
- Cranial Sacral Therapy (CST),
- Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)
- Sacral Occipital Technique (SOT)
- Spiral Dynamics
- Family Constellations
- Bio Energetic Synchronization Technique (BEST)
- Bioenergetic body centered therapy
- Brain Gym
- Trauma release work
- Matrix Energetics
- The list goes on and on
In my 30+ years of clinical practice, I’ve come up with an INTEGRATED system that helps children (of any age) with dyslexia, learning differences, …and lots of neurological disorders we don’t even know what to call. It helps re-integrate the body and the brain. It helps solve those tough cases.
And it works over and over again.
What I discovered as a result of all my training is that the brain can change at every age, that conditions once considered permanent can be transformed, and that most experts missed seeing the solutions I have found.
They looked at the newer parts of brain, at drugs, and invasive techniques. I found the starting place for this kind of healing resides deep within layers of the oldest parts of our brain where patterns and negative circumstances may have shaped the developing brain and body.
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Muscle Testing Made Easy
What is Muscle checking?
Muscle checking (aka monitoring or testing) was developed in the 1930s and was first popularized by Kendall and Kendall and then by George Goodheart, an Applied Kinesiology type of chiropractor.
In single position muscle testing, if a muscle holds strong against a consistent pressure applied, the muscle was said to be “strong” If, on the other hand, the muscle could not hold and gave way it was said to be “weak.” While a strong muscle is easy to “feel,” it is difficult to describe in quantitative terms. A weak muscle may be even more difficult to “feel” until you have practiced enough to get a “feel” for the range of possible responses. This is why you often hear people describe it as the “The Art of Muscle Testing.” Nevertheless, once you have developed the “feel” of a weak muscle, anyone can accurately test for the integrity of muscle response using manual muscle testing.
Dr. Phyllis Books offers this fun, lively, recorded class teaching you the basics of muscle testing.
Enjoy learning how to get answers from the body by pressing a muscle indicator. Muscle Checking is a skill that underlies all the energy kinesiology methods. This online workshop will teach the very basics to get you started on a journey toward learning precision muscle testing on others as well as yourself. Enroll Now!
- Why does the muscle strength change?
- What can muscle checking tell you?
- How to gain your Muscle Tester’s Confidence.
- What are the 5 key ways that impact the muscle response from being clear?
- What kinds of questions might you ask via muscle testing?
Solving Your Toughest Cases
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The Cerebrospinal Fluid & the Fluid Nature of Consciousness
The Cerebrospinal Fluid & the Fluid Nature of Consciousness by Mauro Zappaterra, Director of Regenerative Medicine and Clinical Research. (25 min. video)