Touch For Health Kinesiology Level 3: Reactive Muscle Balancing

Review and practice 1-point balancing (Wheel & Five Elements); Five Element sound balancing
14 additional muscles (complete the TFH 42 Muscles)
Emotional stress release (for past experiences/trauma)
Balancing reactive muscles for combined muscle function and long-standing pain relief
Chinese 5-Element color balance
Balance “gaits” function and physical coordination
Luo points (acupressure holding points to balance yin/yang within an element)
Pulse points for assessing/balancing excess energy; pain tapping to reduce or eliminate long-standing pain

PRE-REQUISITE: TFH 1 and 2; practical and written exercises from Levels 1-2

Official IKC TFH Level 3 Syllabus: Reactive Muscle Balancing

A. Balancing Techniques

Five Element Color Balance
Five Element Emotions
Five Element Balancing with Goal and Emotion
Five Element Balancing with Food
Sedation Techniques
ESR for Past Trauma
Pulse Check
Pain Tapping for Chronic Pain
Reactive Muscles Review

B. Other Balancing Techniques


Facilitation and Inhibition
Circuit Retaining Mode
Resetting Reactive Muscle Relationships

Gait Checking and Balancing


C: Muscle Tests and Balancing Reflexes for 14+ Additional Muscles:

Muscle Related...                                  Meridian
Posterior Neck Extensors                        Stomach
Levator Scapulae                                    Stomach
Opponens Pollicis Longus                       Spleen
Triceps                                                    Spleen
Transverse and Oblique Abdominals      Small Intestine
Anterior and Posterior Tibials                  Bladder
Upper Trapezius                                     Kidney
Gluteus Maximus                                    Circulation/Sex
Gracilis                                                    Triple Warmer
Soleus                                                     Triple Warmer
Gastrocnemius                                        Triple Warmer
Coracobrachialis                                      Lung
Diaphragm                                               Lung
Hamstrings                                              Large Intestine

Touch For Health Kinesiology Level 4: Postural Analysis & Balancing, Review & Consolidation

Complete 42 muscle balance: standing, sitting, or lying (meridian & rapid anatomical order)
Analyze and balance specific postural deviations
Reactive muscle review
Figure 8 energy balancing
Past balancing to holistically relieve stress from past trauma throughout mind and body
Postural stress release for stress held in “muscle memory” associated with postures/experiences

PRE-REQUISITE: TFH 1-3; practical and written exercises from Levels 1-3

Official IKC TFH Level 4 Syllabus: Postural Analysis/ Balancing

A. Balancing Techniques

Figure Eight Energy
Five Elements and Meridian Review
Five Element Emotions
Five Element Sound Balance
Acupressure Holding Point Theory
Luo Points
Time of Day Balance
Postural Stress Release
Neurolymphatic Release
Reactive Muscles Review
Postural Analysis

B. Muscle Tests and Balancing Reflexes for:

42 Muscles Head to Toe, Standing
42 Muscles Head to Toe, Prone and Supine

C. Outcomes and Applications of Touch for Health:

IKC Instructor Training Requirements
Aims of the International kinesiology College
Guidelines for Practical Assessment
The TFH Synthesis “Database” Balancing Procedure

Touch for Health Kinesiology Level 2: One-Point Balancing

14 additional muscle tests
Circuit locating to find an optimal touch reflex, or alarm points to indicate excess energy
Emotional stress release (for future performance)
Assess energy patterns in the 24-hour Wheel & Five Element (seasonal) cycles and find the “One-Point” to balance all the muscles/energy meridians
Food Testing- identify foods that raise or lower your energy
Acupressure Holding Points, neuromuscular reflexes (spindle cell and golgi tendon) and more!
More simple pain control; “Meridian Walking” technique for recent/localized pain

PRE-REQUISITE: TFH Level 1; practical and written exercises from Level 1

Official IKC TFH Level 2 Syllabus: One Point Balancing According to the Wheel & 5 Elements

A. Muscle/Meridian Balancing Touch Reflexes

Circuit Locating
Precheck Evaluations with Circuit Locating
Spindle Cell Mechanism
Golgi Tendon Apparatus
Acupressure Holding Points
Cerebral Spinal Technique
Yin and Yang
Balancing Using the Meridian Wheel

Alarm Points and Over-Energy
Beaver Dam
Triangles and Squares
Midday/Midnight Relationship

The Law of Five Elements (Shen and Ko Cycles)

B. Other Balancing Techniques

Food Testing for Biogenic, Biostatic and Biocidic Foods
Emotional Stress Relief (ESR) for Future Performance
Simple Pain Techniques
Time of Day Balance
Meridian Massage
Meridian Walking
Cerebrospinal Technique
Cross Crawl Integration
One-Point Balancing According to the Wheel and Five Elements

C. Muscle Tests and Balancing Reflexes for 14 Additional Muscles:

Muscle Related...                            Meridian
Anterior Neck Flexors                       Stomach
Brachioradialis                                  Stomach
Lower Trapezius                               Spleen
Middle Trapezius                              Spleen
Rectus Abdominis                            Small Intestine
Sacrospinalis                                    Bladder
Iliacus                                               Kidney
Adductors                                         Circulation/Sex
Piriformis                                          Circulation/Sex
Sartorius                                          Triple Warmer
Popliteus                                          Gall Bladder
Rhomboid                                        Liver
Middle Deltoid                                  Lung
Quadratus Lumborum                     Large Intestine

Complete Syllabus - Touch For Health Kinesiology                                    Classes Levels I - 4

Touch for Health Kinesiology Level I: 14-Muscle/Meridian Balancing “As-You-Go”

Introductory kinesiology workshop for lay people and health professionals
Accurate indicator muscle testing; “challenging” reflexes to find deeper levels to balance
Emotional stress release (for present distress)
14 muscle-tests as biofeedback for posture and 14 major energy meridians
5 reflex systems and nutrition for balancing muscles, posture and energy and more!
Simple pain control techniques
Improve Sensory-auditory and visual perception and physical range of motion with auricular and visual balancing

Level 1 is open to all. It is suitable for the lay person who has no prior knowledge about muscles/anatomy/posture or Chinese acupuncture energy theory. Many massage therapists, chiropractors, acupuncturists, therapists, coaches, etc., find TFH useful in their practices, and for client education (TFH is often recognized for professional continuing education credit). Most kinesiologists learn TFH during their training. See workshop dates: [ link to IKC level I class dates] See the complete level I Syllabus: [ link to official IKC level 1 syllabus ]

Official IKC TFH Level 1 Syllabus: Balancing-As-You-Go

A. Introduction to Touch for Health (May be presented as a separate 4 hour introduction)

What is Touch for Health?
History, Triangle of Health, Opposing Muscle Theory
Switching On:
   Water
   Central Meridian Check
   Switching Points
   Cross Crawl for Fun
   Auricular Energy
   Meridian Massage
   Accurate Indicator Muscle Testing

B. Introduction to Muscle Testing

Education, Communication and Permission: the Self-Responsibility Model
Accurate Indicator Muscle Testing
Prechecks for accurate muscle testing - Physical, Mental/Emotional, Biochemical Challenges
Switching On
Central Meridian Energy Check
Hydration
Subjective Evaluation

C. Muscle/Meridian Balancing Touch Reflexes

Spinal Reflexes
Neurolymphatic Massage Points (reflexes)
Neurovascular Holding Points (reflexes)
Energy Meridians from Acupuncture
Muscle Origin-Insertion Technique
Challenging a Balancing Reflex
Muscles that Won’t “Switch-off”
Emotional Stress Release
Using Food to Balance Specific Muscles

D. Other Balancing Techniques

Posture Awareness
Cross Crawl for Fun
Auricular Energy
Visual Inhibition
Simple Pain Techniques
Surrogate Testing
Goal Balancing
Balancing-As-You-Go Procedure

E. Muscle Tests and Balancing Reflexes for Basic 14 Muscles and Related Meridians:

Muscle Related...                            Meridian

Supraspinatus                                  Central
Teres Major                                      Governing
Pectoralis Major Clavicular               Stomach
Latissimus Dorsi                               Spleen
Subscapularis                                   Heart
Quadriceps                                       Small Intestine
Peroneus                                          Bladder
Psoas                                               Kidney
Gluteus Medius                                Circulation/Sex
Teres Minor                                      Triple Warmer
Anterior Deltoid                                Gall Bladder
Pectoralis Major Sternal                   Liver
Anterior Serratus                              Lung
Fascia Lata                                      Large Intestine

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