Principles of Kinesiology

Location: Ennybegs, Longford
05.02.2011 Sat to  
06.02.2011 Sun
Instructor: Annette Reilly
Hours: 14

Instructor: Annette Reilly
Location: Ennybegs, Longford 

Principles of Kinesiology

Principles of Kinesiology is a modern introductory course into Kinesiology. It is designed as an introductory course for Neuroenergetic Kinesiology which has been developed by Hugo Tobar. This course goes back to first principles from TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) and the meridian system, yogic knowledge from India and modern knowledge of Anatomy and Physiology.

The course is designed for people who want to begin practice in the Neuroenergetic Kinesiology model of working with stress formatting. Topics covered in the eight days include the following:

  • Introduction to human energetic anatomy
  • Introduction to muscle structure and function
  • Introduction to the General Adaptation syndrome theory of stress
  • Introduction to the theories of Traditional Chinese medicine including

o Meridians

o Acupoints

o Chi

o The five elements

o Yin yang theory

  • Introduction to chakras and their effect on the nervous system
  • Introduction to neuroreflexes including neurovascular and neurolymphatic reflexes
  • How to use an indicator muscle
  • Meridian – muscle test relationships
  • 20 muscle tests for different meridian – organ relationships
  • Reactive muscle balancing

You will learn all about the theories of the human energetic anatomy and how it can be accessed. You will also learn how muscle testing works and how meridians and chakras are connected to muscles, emotions and organs.
This exciting course was created after Hugo Tobar developed more complex courses specifically to prepare beginners with the theory and techniques for more complex study. It is one of few introductory courses that include the 8 extraordinary meridians, divergent channels, connecting channels and muscle meridians. This more extensive understanding of Traditional Chinese Medicine concepts deepens the beginner student's knowledge and appreciation of the origins and development of kinesiology.
Other important kinesiology techniques will be studied, such as the use of finger modes (mudras), correction for 20 different muscles and the knowledge to build a kinesiology balance with all of these elements.

Hours: 14 per weekend | perequesite: none

4 x 2 days = 64 hours + 16 hours practice sessions + 66 hours of workbooks
--> overall 146 hours of kinesiology


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