Training in Kinesiology and Touch for Health

Touch for Health provides the fundamentals for all forms of Kinesiology. Over the course of four levels students learn how to use muscle testing. Skills learnt are:

  • How to assess energy flow in the 14 meridians,
  • Check for food intolerances
  • Release emotional stress
  • How improve posture (by correcting muscles that are too tight)
  • Reduce pain
  • Allow people to function their best!
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Level 1 Touch For Health™ Kinesiology

Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th September 2023 in Liverpool

An exciting hands on workshop that shows you how to access the body's innate wisdom through muscle testing. Learn how to balance energy, test for foods, reduce pain, increase energy and achieve your goals with this easy to learn technique.

Touch for Health Level I

Main Learning Concept: The 14 muscle Balance. Muscle testing

  • Dehydration
  • Neuro-lymphatic Points
  • Neuro-vascular holding points
  • Introduction to meridians
  • Origin and insertion technique
  • Spinal reflexes
  • Emotional stress release
  • Foods to strengthen
  • Cross crawl
  • Auricular energy
  • Visual inhibition
  • Surrogate testing
  • Simple pain techniques
  • Posture awareness
  • Goal balancing

Touch for Health Level II

Main Learning Concept: The Law of Five Elements Including:

  • Manual Muscle Techniques
  • Acupressure Holding Points
  • Cerebral Spinal Fluid
  • Yin/Yang Concept
  • Meridian Wheel balancing
  • Five elements
  • 28 muscles

Touch for Health Level III

Main Learning Concept: Reactive Muscle Theory Including:

  • Balancing with colour, goals, foods and emotions
  • Reactive muscle theory
  • Sedation techniques
  • Gait testing
  • Past stress and trauma
  • Pulses
  • Pain tapping for chronic pain
  • 42 muscles

Touch for Health Level IV

Main Learning Concept: Touch for Health in Depth

  • Five Element emotions and sound
  • Luo Points
  • Time of day balance
  • Figure eight energy
  • Postural stress release
  • Postural analysis
  • 42 muscles