Touch for Health Level One

Touch for Health Level One offers students amazing insights and adds everyday tools & tips to their wellness tool box.

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Touch for Health™ Course Syllabus as approved by the International Kinesiology College <IKC>, depending on your level of education or current career this IKC certificate program may cover your continuing education requirements with a fun and useful addition to your skill set.

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Touch for Health Level 1 (15 hours) covers the following:
Opposing Muscle Theory/Triangle of Health
Accurate Muscle Testing
Switch On – K27, CV24 & GV27, GV1+Navel
Water Check / Central Meridian Check / Permissions
Cross Crawl for Fun
Neurolymphatics
Neurovasculars
General Meridian Massage
Origin/Insertion Technique
Bilateral Muscle Correction Technique
Challenging
Emotional Stress Release
Strengthening with Foods
Visual Inhibition & Auricular Exercise
Surrogate Testing
Simple Pain Techniques – running meridians, feathering
Posture Awareness, Goal Balancing

14 Muscles:
Supraspinatus
Teres Major
Pectoralis Major Clavicular
Latissimus Dorsi
Subscapularis
Quadriceps
Peroneus
Psoas
Gluteus Medius
Teres Minor
Anterior Deltoid
Pectoralis Major Sternal
Anterior Serratus
Fascia Lata

~ list credited to CanAsk Website~ 

This is a life changing course where students receive the tools listed above and after completing the course can use it for personal or professional applications.

When I first signed up for  level one of Touch for Health it was just for myself and for my family, but after completing it and working with fellow students during the class, I could see the benefits of using it outside of my family and decided to start creating a clientele.

Now I love seeing how many lives are transforming weekly through being exposed to this acquired skill set.

Touch for Health level one is very effective for increasing wellness, improving the posture and food needs for an individual.

Touch for Health Synthesis is all about empowering people to have more control and understanding about how  body’s systems work, how to encourage the innate healing powers that we are all born with and most importantly the signs of imbalances by bio feed back <muscle testing> using a 14 muscle balancing protocol.

It’s amazing what can happen when we are able to learn how to set a specific goal and then test these specific muscles to locate the imbalance in the body, correct it and let the body grow forward with a new level of normal surrounding the specific goal.

Touch for Health level one is for anyone that wants to learn and  be open to the possibilities that this course can offer the willing.

Click here to register for Touch for Health level one 

Make it a great day and be sure to check out free videos on
ESP Parent FB page and start your 21 day challenge, this is just a tiny taste test of what Touch for Health level one tools have to offer you

Until next time live with less stress and more love :)
Rochelle McFarlane, ESP Parent Founder

Emotional

 

Laughing tears, photo © Rose-Lynn Fisher, courtesy of the artist and Craig Krull Gallery, Santa Monica, CA Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/the-microscopic-structures-of-dried-human-tears

Emotional

Emotions are energy in motion and create electrical impulses within our physical body.

Over the years I’ve read it within written materials from quite a few different authors how our bodies respond to stimulus when it comes to both the emotional body and the electrical system.  It’s truly a brilliant design that works with such synergy so that we can become motivated to take action.

 


Emotions can help the physical body releases tension, hormones & chemicals to expel stress.

Our tears are emotionally dependent and will have a varied chemical structure depending on what emotional energy is being exuded.

Tears of grief, photo © Rose-Lynn Fisher, courtesy of the artist and Craig Krull Gallery, Santa Monica, CA Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/the-microscopic-structures-of-dried-human-tears-

Here check out these photos I found, amazing supportive learning resources.

This is why ESP Parent believes in offering natural ways to assist the development of our emotional intelligence with personalized balancing and educational sessions in private and group settings for all ages.

 

Tears of ending and beginning, photo © Rose-Lynn Fisher, courtesy of the artist and Craig Krull Gallery, Santa Monica, CA Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/the-microscopic-structures-of-dried-human-tears

Emotions are apart of our natural ability and essence that’s wired into our beings as indicators of stress in the body, emotions are beautiful when balanced.  Observe the photos and the different patterns of dried tears when emotion and stimulus was experienced or applied, look at how the expression and chemical make  up of the tears change.

 

Tears of change, photo © Rose-Lynn Fisher, courtesy of the artist and Craig Krull Gallery, Santa Monica, CA Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/the-microscopic-structures-of-dried-human-tears-

Powerful to see how our bodies show evidence of how our emotional energy creates such an impact depending on which emotion the physical body is experiencing.

I used to think that some of the emotions, like anger and sadness, the more negative ones weren’t supposed to be engaged and it was almost wrong to have them.

 

Tears of timeless reunion, photo © Rose-Lynn Fisher, courtesy of the artist and Craig Krull Gallery, Santa Monica, CA Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/the-microscopic-structures-of-dried-human-tears

Now after great reflective studied I see how as a social
society we really just require support on how to deal with them, especially when we are parents so that we can best support the growing future.

Appreciate that you are here reading this post, I curious about what thoughts come to mind after reading this and observing the different tear structures, even how you view the idea of emotional electrical support.

Onion tears, photo © Rose-Lynn Fisher, courtesy of the artist and Craig Krull Gallery, Santa Monica, CA Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/the-microscopic-structures-of-dried-human-tears

Leaving off with my favorite picture with the onion formation tear pattern, reminds me of snow flakes, another mystery of nature!

Until next time live with grace and teach the future to humble, real and authentic…much love & light
Rochelle