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Energetic Kinesiology: Principles and Practice

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By: Charles Krebs, Ph.D. and Tania O'Neill McGowan, B.Sc., Grad DipEd
Soft Cover; 9 5/8” x 7 3/8”
372 pages; 119 line drawings
ISBN: 978-1-909141-03-2

Product Description

Energetic Kinesiology is an emerging field in the complementary health sciences, gaining more and more support and recognition. This fully-referenced textbook describes the field and techniques upon which it is built and examines the evidence for its efficacy for manual therapy. The text also offers a unique history of Energetic Kinesiology based on the first-hand experience of Charles Krebs who knew most of its originators personally.

It is a unique, well-illustrated, single source of a vast array of information, research and clinical knowledge in a format that is both accessible and practical to clinicians and students.

Table of Contents

Forward  vii

Preface  x

Section I  Understanding kinesiology  1

Chapter 1 Understanding kinesiology  2

Chapter 2 The historical development of kinesiology  6

Section II The energetic structures of Man  17

Chapter 3 A historical perspective  19

Chapter 4 The layers of the aura and our multidimensional body  25

Chapter 5 The chakra-nadi system  30

Chapter 6 The acupuncture meridian system  35

Chapter 7 Tibetan figure 8 energies  62

Section III Understanding and applying muscle monitoring  67

Chapter 8 The physiology of muscle monitoring  68

Chapter 9 Proprioception: the control of muscle function  75

Chapter 10 States of muscle imbalance  87

Chapter 11 Emotional control of muscular response  96

Chapter 12 Does muscle monitoring work?  104

 Section IV Core kinesiology tools  129

Chapter 13 Pause lock  131

Chapter 14 Powers of stress  138

Chapter 15 Hand modes  145

Chapter 16 Specific indicator points  150

Chapter 17 Acupressure formatting  154

Chapter 18 Methods of gathering information  165

Section V Client assessment  169

Chapter 19 Working with clients  170

Chapter 20 Taking a client history  173

Chapter 21 Assessing the client  178

Chapter 22 Conducting pre-checks  181

Chapter 23 Setting the context  198

Chapter 24 Assessing pain

Section VI Set-up: information gathering  205

Chapter 25 Using hand modes to gather information  206

Chapter 26 Finding emotions  214

Chapter 27 Age recession  224

Chapter 28 Identifying ancillary factors involved  229

Chapter 29 Accessing the amygdala and subconscious survival emotions  230

Section VII Core correction techniques  237

Chapter 30 Applying correction techniques  238

Chapter 31 Neurolymphatic reflexes  241

Chapter 32 Neurovascular reflexes  249

Chapter 33 Muscle balancing  255

Chapter 34 Reactivity  259

Chapter 35 Centering  266

Chapter 36 Emotional stress diffusion  274

Chapter 37 Essences  278

 Chapter 38 Acupressure  283

Chapter 39 Figure 8 energies  292

Chapter 40 Holograms  298

Chapter 41 Chakras  308

Chapter 42 Sound  315

Chapter 43 Light and color  318

Section VIII Concluding sessions  323

Chapter 44 Completing balances  324

Chapter 45 Client support  326

Section IX A model for energetic healing  329

Chapter 46 The standard model of quantum mechanics  331

Chapter 47 The science of metaphysics:  a new model of physics  336

Chapter 48 Chaos theory and balancing biological systems  339

Recommended Reading  349

Index  350

About the Author
Charles T. Krebs Ph.D. is a biologist and applied physiologist, and one of the founders of the Learning Enhancement Acupressure Program (LEAP) a program for the correction of most learning problems. He researches, teaches and lectures internationally on LEAP, kinesiology, anatomy and physiology, and neurology and opened the Melbourne Applied Physiology Clinic in 1989.
 
He is the author of two books, A Revolutionary Way of Thinking: From a Near Fatal Accident to a New Science of Healing, and Nutrition for the Brain: Feeding Your Brain for Optimum Performance. Dr. Krebs began his professional career as a marine biologist, teaching in the USA and then working as a researcher in Australia. A diving accident left him paralyzed from the waist down, but by deploying various complementary health techniques he was able to walk again. He found kinesiology especially helpful, and devoted some years to studying energy medicine and applied physiology.
 
Tania O’Neill McGowan has a Bachelor of Science (Physics) and a Graduate Diploma of Education, as well as over 10 years’ experience in the fields of Energy Medicine, Kinesiology and Education. In addition to her formal education, Tania has completed 2 years at the Barbara Brennan School of Healing in the U.S.A. Tania currently owns and manages O’Neill Kinesiology College, the largest Energetic Kinesiology training college in Western Australia delivering modern Energetic Kinesiology techniques in a fully integrated program. She has developed one of the first Advanced Diploma of Kinesiology training programs and is currently developing a Graduate Diploma of Kinesiology qualification. For the last five years, Tania has dedicated herself to raising the profile of Energetic Kinesiology and increasing the professionalism of Kinesiology training within Australia.