GEMS in Costa Rica and Online with Alexis Costello

GEMS stands for Goal, Element, Mode, Stack. It offers an easy-to-follow flow chart that allows a student or practitioner to easily figure out where the priority stressors for an individual are and what balancing technique will work to resolve these efficiently. It is based on information from the TFH synthesis and is designed to allow a practitioner to flow easily from one modality to another, incorporating the entire body of knowledge available to the individual.

The aim of this class is to teach a system that will allow the student to use everything they know in the Specialized Kinesiology realm thus far and bring in additional aspects as they are learned, so that all information falls under the GEMS umbrella. It offers help and advice in areas such as: how to set up your office and attract clients, walking you through a typical session, taking money and rebooking, marketing and networking, practitioner ethics and scope of practice – in short, all the areas where practitioners feel stress about setting up their professional practice.

This can also be used as a bridging class for those interested in taking more in-depth Specialized Kinesiology classes, such as SIPS, LEAP, Brain Integration, etc. These classes assume that a student has knowledge of how to use finger-modes and scan sheets, work from an indicator muscle and properly stack information. None of these techniques are part of the TFH curriculum however, so often students are left feeling overwhelmed when they arrive in the classroom and instructors are left spending large amounts of class time explaining techniques that are not really part of their modality.

Each day can also be experienced as a separate class; GEMS Flow and GEMS Business. If you are only interested in attending one day, please let your Instructor know when you register.

Day One Morning:

Introductions and finding out what areas are of highest concern to the group.

–        Review of goal setting and the difference between personal and ‘body agendas’

–        Review of 5-element theory and additional aspects

–        Teaching basic finger moding as a way of categorizing and inputting stress. History of finger and hand modes

–        Teaching stacking with hips and jaw. History of stacking and why it works

–        Introduction to the flowchart and scan sheets and how to use them.

Day One Afternoon:

–        Answering any questions about scan sheets and demonstration

–        Working in groups to practice the GEMS balance

–        How to use this to incorporate other modalities

–        Discussion of common business problems for health practitioners

–        Room set up, office set up and how to write a business plan (as much as time allows)

Day Two Morning:

–        Choosing a business name and generating marketing materials

–        Website considerations and creating a successful one

–        Money questions and legalities

–        Setting yourself apart from others in your field – personal questions to help create vision for your business

Day Two Afternoon:

–        Face-to-face networking and social media; going through social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter and how to use them to promote yourself and build relationships

–        Practitioner ethics

–        Practice going through a client session beginning to end using GEMS balance, client forms, taking money, rebooking, etc.

–        Answering any questions and making sure all group objectives have been covered

GEMS in USA (VA) with Chena Anderson

GEMS stands for Goal, Element, Mode, Stack. It offers an easy-to-follow flow chart that allows a student or practitioner to easily figure out where the priority stressors for an individual are and what balancing technique will work to resolve these efficiently. It is based on information from the TFH synthesis and is designed to allow a practitioner to flow easily from one modality to another, incorporating the entire body of knowledge available to the individual.

The aim of this class is to teach a system that will allow the student to use everything they know in the Specialized Kinesiology realm thus far and bring in additional aspects as they are learned, so that all information falls under the GEMS umbrella. It offers help and advice in areas such as: how to set up your office and attract clients, walking you through a typical session, taking money and rebooking, marketing and networking, practitioner ethics and scope of practice – in short, all the areas where practitioners feel stress about setting up their professional practice.

This can also be used as a bridging class for those interested in taking more in-depth Specialized Kinesiology classes, such as SIPS, LEAP, Brain Integration, etc. These classes assume that a student has knowledge of how to use finger-modes and scan sheets, work from an indicator muscle and properly stack information. None of these techniques are part of the TFH curriculum however, so often students are left feeling overwhelmed when they arrive in the classroom and instructors are left spending large amounts of class time explaining techniques that are not really part of their modality.

Each day can also be experienced as a separate class; GEMS Flow and GEMS Business. If you are only interested in attending one day, please let your Instructor know when you register.

GEMS Flow and Business in Charlottesville, VA, with Alexis Costello

GEMS stands for Goal, Element, Mode, Stack. It offers an easy-to-follow flow chart that allows a student or practitioner to easily figure out where the priority stressors for an individual are and what balancing technique will work to resolve these efficiently. It is based on information from the TFH synthesis and is designed to allow a practitioner to flow easily from one modality to another, incorporating the entire body of knowledge available to the individual.

The aim of this class is to teach a system that will allow the student to use everything they know in the Specialized Kinesiology realm thus far and bring in additional aspects as they are learned, so that all information falls under the GEMS umbrella. It offers help and advice in areas such as: how to set up your office and attract clients, walking you through a typical session, taking money and rebooking, marketing and networking, practitioner ethics and scope of practice – in short, all the areas where practitioners feel stress about setting up their professional practice.

This can also be used as a bridging class for those interested in taking more in-depth Specialized Kinesiology classes, such as SIPS, LEAP, Brain Integration, etc. These classes assume that a student has knowledge of how to use finger-modes and scan sheets, work from an indicator muscle and properly stack information. None of these techniques are part of the TFH curriculum however, so often students are left feeling overwhelmed when they arrive in the classroom and instructors are left spending large amounts of class time explaining techniques that are not really part of their modality.

Each day can also be experienced as a separate class; GEMS Flow and GEMS Business. If you are only interested in attending one day, please let your Instructor know when you register.

Day One Morning:

Introductions and finding out what areas are of highest concern to the group.

–        Review of goal setting and the difference between personal and ‘body agendas’

–        Review of 5-element theory and additional aspects

–        Teaching basic finger moding as a way of categorizing and inputting stress. History of finger and hand modes

–        Teaching stacking with hips and jaw. History of stacking and why it works

–        Introduction to the flowchart and scan sheets and how to use them.

Day One Afternoon:

–        Answering any questions about scan sheets and demonstration

–        Working in groups to practice the GEMS balance

–        How to use this to incorporate other modalities

–        Discussion of common business problems for health practitioners

–        Room set up, office set up and how to write a business plan (as much as time allows)

Day Two Morning:

–        Choosing a business name and generating marketing materials

–        Website considerations and creating a successful one

–        Money questions and legalities

–        Setting yourself apart from others in your field – personal questions to help create vision for your business

Day Two Afternoon:

–        Face-to-face networking and social media; going through social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter and how to use them to promote yourself and build relationships

–        Practitioner ethics

–        Practice going through a client session beginning to end using GEMS balance, client forms, taking money, rebooking, etc.

–        Answering any questions and making sure all group objectives have been covered

Transforming DNA Memories with Sylvia Marina

June 23-26, 2018, Kelowna BC

Investment is $800 CAD, contact happy@alexiscostello.com to register – Special bonus: readers of SK Magazine will receive their Workbook, Flower Essence and CD, FREE ($75 value)!

This four-day training includes Kinesiology Techniques, Real Live Case Studies, a usable take home protocol – add these skills to your current practice or for the beginner commencing a new career – your own knowledge & personal development.

Course creator, Sylvia Marina has a unique approach to connecting people with their highest potentials transforming their lives for the better .
Learn how to stop the cycle of habit, anger, judgments, self-dislike… Understand your emotions that play a role in relationships and illness. Stop repeating negative behaviours, reconnect to what you really, want

in life. Heal your hurts, become a better healer.

Attend TRANSFORMING DNA MEMORIES experience with Sylvia and you will gain a better understanding of what triggers are in your memory bank. Activate your constructive intelligence. Understand not all behaviours are learned, many are genetic ancestral behaviours that can be changed.

Transforming DNA Memories gives you the skills to understand yourself more deeply, how to make better change, feel inspired & confident to embrace challenges in a

positive way.

Here is your opportunity to learn with the MASTER. With more than 30 years experience in the healing arts, Sylvia Marina specializes in the passions and emotions that influence habits and oppression, illness and disease… self-healing, love and happiness.

People attend for personal self- development – no pre-requirements.

Health Practitioners at the completion of this four day workshop you will be equip to offer Transforming DNA Memories sessions to your clients.

Course Accreditation – CE Points: 32
IKC International Kinesiology College
AIK Australian Institute Kinesiology
AKA Australian Kinesiology Association Inc. ATMS Australian Traditional-Medicine Society

TRANS GENERATIONAL TRAUMA – your ancestors hold the key.

Unlike most people, I was not searching for my purpose! I knew what my life was about…my difficulty was how to explain the feeling that confirmed to me that my life was planned before I emerge into this lifetime.

More than thirty years ago, when studying Human Behaviour I became intensely aware that people were looking for their purpose! It was the birth of the New Age. I remember pondering – what possible bewilderment perhaps parental or community pressure and control has happened in lives that such confusion has occurred?

When choice is stripped from people’s lives as in unplanned pregnancy, career variation, business breakdown, redundancy, heartbreak, shattered dreams, death of partner, lifestyle change, divorce…

It is the people who lack clarity of purpose that suffer the deepest regret, grief and depression. Depression often reveals it-self in depressed immune system.

When people have lingering ill health there is more happening in the body. When repetitive illness, unresolved anger, regretful relationship and reoccurring patterns of behaviour continues to happen, my work in Trans Generational Trauma, also known as Epigenetics is active.

This means, the current problem is not just ‘a current problem’. The pattern has been carried in the DNA to this current generation and unless resolved now, will be further carried to future generations.

The initials, DNA, stand for Deoxyribonucleic acid, a self-replicating material, which is the main constituent of our chromosomes, and contains the instructions we need to ‘develop, live and reproduce’.

DNA carries our genetic information throughout our lives, and passes it on to the children we bring into the world. Through generations carrying the essence of ‘us’. So at this point in time, your ancestors are with you in the form of your DNA, your genetics.

Just as features and mannerisms are passed from one generation to another, so are illness, disorders and behaviour patterns. All is not dreary in terms of your DNA, your multiple intelligences; creativity, logic and reason are all positively amped in your DNA too. People who are still looking for a connection to their life purpose, has a trans generational trauma, like a grudge rock in the way.

My role and experience is to work with you to clear Trans Generational Trauma so that you can connect to your own DNA entelechy. Your entelechy holds the key to your life purpose.

Author of Transforming DNA Memories, Sylvia works with the novice and the experienced practitioner. At the end of the four-day training you will have gained new experience and understanding and have learnt the skills and know-how to immediately actualize and transform your life.

Inherited family trauma and addiction didn’t start with you but it can certainly finish with you.

Connect to your ancestors, spirit wisdom, access the keys to unlock your hidden knowledge, wisdom, purpose and understanding. Awaken the dreams your ancestors dreamed for you. Continue their dream of making this world a better place for all our future generations.

Author, Sylvia Marina ND., is a remarkable humanitarian, her commitment to equality, justice and authentic leadership defines and sets her apart. People love her wisdom and generous teaching.

A wife, mother, treasured grandmother, author, professional speaker, teacher, kinesiology practitioner and emotional-mastery educator, her interests reside in the effect of emotions that influence life choices, relationships, health and wellness.

She is more than a coach, more than a mentor…Sylvia inspires. Being with her LIVE in person is an experience you won’t forget.

Sylvia Marina 0412 198 612 info@sylviamarina.com www.sylviamarina.com

Workshops:

Transforming DNA Memories. | MASTERCLASS – Get The Love You Want. | Return To Love | Breaking The Grip Of Past Loves.

GEMS Flow in BC with Instructor Paula Hilman

GEMS stands for Goal, Element, Mode, Stack. It offers an easy-to-follow flow chart that allows a student or practitioner to easily figure out where the priority stressors for an individual are and what balancing technique will work to resolve these efficiently. It is based on information from the TFH synthesis and is designed to allow a practitioner to flow easily from one modality to another, incorporating the entire body of knowledge available to the individual.

The aim of this class is to teach a system that will allow the student to use everything they know in the Specialized Kinesiology realm thus far and bring in additional aspects as they are learned, so that all information falls under the GEMS umbrella. It is designed to help students become confident practitioners and ease any stress about setting up their professional practice.

This can also be used as a bridging class for those interested in taking more in-depth Specialized Kinesiology classes, such as SIPS, LEAP, Brain Integration, etc. These classes assume that a student has knowledge of how to use finger-modes and scan sheets, work from an indicator muscle and properly stack information. None of these techniques are part of the TFH curriculum however, so often students are left feeling overwhelmed when they arrive in the classroom and instructors are left spending large amounts of class time explaining techniques that are not really part of their modality.

GEMS Flow Morning:

Introductions and finding out what areas are of highest concern to the group.

–        Review of goal setting and the difference between personal and ‘body agendas’

–        Review of 5-element theory and additional aspects

–        Teaching basic finger moding as a way of categorizing and inputting stress. History of finger and hand modes

–        Teaching stacking with hips and jaw. History of stacking and why it works

–        Introduction to the flowchart and scan sheets and how to use them.

Afternoon:

–        Answering any questions about scan sheets and demonstration

–        Working in groups to practice the GEMS balance

–        How to use this to incorporate other modalities

–        Practice going through client session from beginning to end using GEMS protocols

GEMS in the USA with Instructor Alexis Costello, following the TFH Conference

GEMS stands for Goal, Element, Mode, Stack. It offers an easy-to-follow flow chart that allows a student or practitioner to easily figure out where the priority stressors for an individual are and what balancing technique will work to resolve these efficiently. It is based on information from the TFH synthesis and is designed to allow a practitioner to flow easily from one modality to another, incorporating the entire body of knowledge available to the individual.

The aim of this class is to teach a system that will allow the student to use everything they know in the Specialized Kinesiology realm thus far and bring in additional aspects as they are learned, so that all information falls under the GEMS umbrella. It offers help and advice in areas such as: how to set up your office and attract clients, walking you through a typical session, taking money and rebooking, marketing and networking, practitioner ethics and scope of practice – in short, all the areas where practitioners feel stress about setting up their professional practice.

This can also be used as a bridging class for those interested in taking more in-depth Specialized Kinesiology classes, such as SIPS, LEAP, Brain Integration, etc. These classes assume that a student has knowledge of how to use finger-modes and scan sheets, work from an indicator muscle and properly stack information. None of these techniques are part of the TFH curriculum however, so often students are left feeling overwhelmed when they arrive in the classroom and instructors are left spending large amounts of class time explaining techniques that are not really part of their modality.

Each day can also be experienced as a separate class; GEMS Flow and GEMS Business. If you are only interested in attending one day, please let your Instructor know when you register.

Day One Morning:

Introductions and finding out what areas are of highest concern to the group.

–        Review of goal setting and the difference between personal and ‘body agendas’

–        Review of 5-element theory and additional aspects

–        Teaching basic finger moding as a way of categorizing and inputting stress. History of finger and hand modes

–        Teaching stacking with hips and jaw. History of stacking and why it works

–        Introduction to the flowchart and scan sheets and how to use them.

Day One Afternoon:

–        Answering any questions about scan sheets and demonstration

–        Working in groups to practice the GEMS balance

–        How to use this to incorporate other modalities

–        Discussion of common business problems for health practitioners

–        Room set up, office set up and how to write a business plan (as much as time allows)

Day Two Morning:

–        Choosing a business name and generating marketing materials

–        Website considerations and creating a successful one

–        Money questions and legalities

–        Setting yourself apart from others in your field – personal questions to help create vision for your business

Day Two Afternoon:

–        Face-to-face networking and social media; going through social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter and how to use them to promote yourself and build relationships

–        Practitioner ethics

–        Practice going through a client session beginning to end using GEMS balance, client forms, taking money, rebooking, etc.

–        Answering any questions and making sure all group objectives have been covered

GEMS Flow in The Netherlands with Anita van der Gulik

GEMS stands for Goal, Element, Mode, Stack. It offers an easy-to-follow flow chart that allows a student or practitioner to easily figure out where the priority stressors for an individual are and what balancing technique will work to resolve these efficiently. It is based on information from the TFH synthesis and is designed to allow a practitioner to flow easily from one modality to another, incorporating the entire body of knowledge available to the individual.

The aim of this class is to teach a system that will allow the student to use everything they know in the Specialized Kinesiology realm thus far and bring in additional aspects as they are learned, so that all information falls under the GEMS umbrella. It is designed to help students become confident practitioners and ease any stress about setting up their professional practice.

This can also be used as a bridging class for those interested in taking more in-depth Specialized Kinesiology classes, such as SIPS, LEAP, Brain Integration, etc. These classes assume that a student has knowledge of how to use finger-modes and scan sheets, work from an indicator muscle and properly stack information. None of these techniques are part of the TFH curriculum however, so often students are left feeling overwhelmed when they arrive in the classroom and instructors are left spending large amounts of class time explaining techniques that are not really part of their modality.

GEMS Flow Morning:

Introductions and finding out what areas are of highest concern to the group.

–        Review of goal setting and the difference between personal and ‘body agendas’

–        Review of 5-element theory and additional aspects

–        Teaching basic finger moding as a way of categorizing and inputting stress. History of finger and hand modes

–        Teaching stacking with hips and jaw. History of stacking and why it works

–        Introduction to the flowchart and scan sheets and how to use them.

Afternoon:

–        Answering any questions about scan sheets and demonstration

–        Working in groups to practice the GEMS balance

–        How to use this to incorporate other modalities

–        Practice going through client session from beginning to end using GEMS protocols

The formula for good Open Days or Demo Days in your Specialized Kinesiology clinic or school.

“I’m the kind of person who notices everything,” says Tania O’Neill McGowen, director of O’Neill Kinesiology Collage in Perth Australia. We are chatting on Skype, spanning a 14 hour time gap, in order to discus marketing, kinesiology and the future of our field.

Most of this interview can be found in the second issue of Specialized Kinesiology Magazine, which will be available January 2017, (how’s that for building anticipation of a product?), but today, I want to share Tania’s formula for successful Open or Demo days.

Many of us are taught that a kinesiology demonstration is the easiest way to attract new students and clients. After all, it’s hard to see what SK can do and not be impressed! Back to what Tania says about ‘noticing everything’; “I notice what works and what doesn’t work. We used to do Open Days at the school, as I think many do, but they were lacking the “Wow!” I wanted a better format. I sat with it for almost two years to come up with something better that really works.”

This format seems very simple, but has proven to be extremely effective for the Collage.

 

–       Start with a 15 minute talk discussing ‘What is Kinesiology?’ using overheads, showing that this is real science and featuring the integration of Eastern medicine.

–       45 minute Demo in front of the group, working with someone in the audience experiencing physical pain. A demo working with pain provides the most noticeable change for the audience and is most impressive.

–       30-45 minute discussion of their training program and what is involved.

–       Free 30 minute mini-session with one of the advanced students.

 

Why is this so effective? With this set up, the audience will listen to you explain what it is that you are doing, see how well it works on someone else, hear how they could learn this too and then experience it for themselves. Tania emphasizes that it is important the demo days be free. “Most people will not pay you for something they know nothing about. Having events where they can come along that don’t cost them anything is important. When they attend, most people will go ‘Oh wow!’”

For more of our conversation including the importance of advertising, how to work with a business coach, and why, “if you’re not using Facebook to promote your kinesiology, you’re crazy!” wait for the January issue of Specialized Kinesiology Magazine.

We’re all in this together!

Alexis

GEMS Flow and Business in Canada with Instructor Holly Berezowski

GEMS stands for Goal, Element, Mode, Stack. It offers an easy-to-follow flow chart that allows a student or practitioner to easily figure out where the priority stressors for an individual are and what balancing technique will work to resolve these efficiently. It is based on information from the TFH synthesis and is designed to allow a practitioner to flow easily from one modality to another, incorporating the entire body of knowledge available to the individual.

The aim of this class is to teach a system that will allow the student to use everything they know in the Specialized Kinesiology realm thus far and bring in additional aspects as they are learned, so that all information falls under the GEMS umbrella. It offers help and advice in areas such as: how to set up your office and attract clients, walking you through a typical session, taking money and rebooking, marketing and networking, practitioner ethics and scope of practice – in short, all the areas where practitioners feel stress about setting up their professional practice.

This can also be used as a bridging class for those interested in taking more in-depth Specialized Kinesiology classes, such as SIPS, LEAP, Brain Integration, etc. These classes assume that a student has knowledge of how to use finger-modes and scan sheets, work from an indicator muscle and properly stack information. None of these techniques are part of the TFH curriculum however, so often students are left feeling overwhelmed when they arrive in the classroom and instructors are left spending large amounts of class time explaining techniques that are not really part of their modality.

Day One Morning:

Introductions and finding out what areas are of highest concern to the group.

–        Review of goal setting and the difference between personal and ‘body agendas’

–        Review of 5-element theory and additional aspects

–        Teaching basic finger moding as a way of categorizing and inputting stress. History of finger and hand modes

–        Teaching stacking with hips and jaw. History of stacking and why it works

–        Introduction to the flowchart and scan sheets and how to use them.

Day One Afternoon:

–        Answering any questions about scan sheets and demonstration

–        Working in groups to practice the GEMS balance

–        How to use this to incorporate other modalities

–        Discussion of common business problems for health practitioners

–        Room set up, office set up and how to write a business plan (as much as time allows)

Day Two Morning:

–        Choosing a business name and generating marketing materials

–        Website considerations and creating a successful one

–        Money questions and legalities

–        Setting yourself apart from others in your field – personal questions to help create vision for your business

Day Two Afternoon:

–        Face-to-face networking and social media; going through social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter and how to use them to promote yourself and build relationships

–        Practitioner ethics

–        Practice going through a client session beginning to end using GEMS balance, client forms, taking money, rebooking, etc.

–        Answering any questions and making sure all group objectives have been covered

GEMS Flow and Business in USA with Instructor Alexis Costello

Following the TFH Conference in Salt Lake City Utah! You can also attend Alexis’ presentation and workshop at the Conference – click here for details.

GEMS stands for Goal, Element, Mode, Stack. It offers an easy-to-follow flow chart that allows a student or practitioner to easily figure out where the priority stressors for an individual are and what balancing technique will work to resolve these efficiently. It is based on information from the TFH synthesis and is designed to allow a practitioner to flow easily from one modality to another, incorporating the entire body of knowledge available to the individual.

The aim of this class is to teach a system that will allow the student to use everything they know in the Specialized Kinesiology realm thus far and bring in additional aspects as they are learned, so that all information falls under the GEMS umbrella. It offers help and advice in areas such as: how to set up your office and attract clients, walking you through a typical session, taking money and rebooking, marketing and networking, practitioner ethics and scope of practice – in short, all the areas where practitioners feel stress about setting up their professional practice.

This can also be used as a bridging class for those interested in taking more in-depth Specialized Kinesiology classes, such as SIPS, LEAP, Brain Integration, etc. These classes assume that a student has knowledge of how to use finger-modes and scan sheets, work from an indicator muscle and properly stack information. None of these techniques are part of the TFH curriculum however, so often students are left feeling overwhelmed when they arrive in the classroom and instructors are left spending large amounts of class time explaining techniques that are not really part of their modality.

Day One Morning:

Introductions and finding out what areas are of highest concern to the group.

–        Review of goal setting and the difference between personal and ‘body agendas’

–        Review of 5-element theory and additional aspects

–        Teaching basic finger moding as a way of categorizing and inputting stress. History of finger and hand modes

–        Teaching stacking with hips and jaw. History of stacking and why it works

–        Introduction to the flowchart and scan sheets and how to use them.

Day One Afternoon:

–        Answering any questions about scan sheets and demonstration

–        Working in groups to practice the GEMS balance

–        How to use this to incorporate other modalities

–        Discussion of common business problems for health practitioners

–        Room set up, office set up and how to write a business plan (as much as time allows)

Day Two Morning:

–        Choosing a business name and generating marketing materials

–        Website considerations and creating a successful one

–        Money questions and legalities

–        Setting yourself apart from others in your field – personal questions to help create vision for your business

Day Two Afternoon:

–        Face-to-face networking and social media; going through social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter and how to use them to promote yourself and build relationships

–        Practitioner ethics

–        Practice going through a client session beginning to end using GEMS balance, client forms, taking money, rebooking, etc.

–        Answering any questions and making sure all group objectives have been covered

Upcoming Classes!

The next GEMS specialized kinesiology class is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday May 24 & 25, 2014 at Happily Holistic in Kelowna, BC.  There will be an instructor’s course to follow on Monday, May 26th, 2014.

Prerequisites for GEMS: Touch for Health Level Four or equivalent entry level Specialized Kinesiology.

Prerequisites for Instructor’s Class: TFH Instructor Training Workshop, or Instructor credential in another branch of SK including SIPS, Brain Formatting, Brain Integration, LEAP, or any other program where a bridging class would be useful for your advanced students.

Please call Happily Holistic Natural Health and Wellness at 250-491-7559 or email office@happilyholistic.ca to register or if you have any questions.