Our research focus is divided into five distinct areas:
1. Studies associated with the Reliability and Validity of the Manual Muscle Test (MMT)
3. Studies focused on basic TFH Techniques which form the foundation of the Touch for Health model: Origin/Insertion Techniques; Neurolymphatic Points; Neurovascular Points; Spinal Reflexes; Emotional Stress Release (ESR); Goal-setting.
4. Research Results of Similar Disciplines such as Acupuncture and Acupressure, Reiki, Shiatsu and Energy Psychology for explaining the Mechanics of individual systems and their efficacies.
5. Theoretical Scientific Thought in the areas of Theoretical Physics (Quantum Mechanics and the String Theory) and Science to help explain some of the techniques and more profound results that have been historically experienced using TFH. These include topics such as the mind-body-spirit connection, the powers of intention and attraction, synchronicity, placebo, neurotransmitters and neuropeptides.
Confidence: The Key to Success in Kinesiology
by Arlene Green
Using kinesiology with ease and sharing it with others involves both an external and internal process. This paper will focus on some of the fundamentals in helping students and teachers to develop an inner sense of confidence in both the system and themselves.
Think back to the very first kinesiology class that you took. You probably found this work fascinating and even magical. Most students leave class excited and enthusiastic to use or share their new found knowledge with others. In my experience,