The General Adaptation Syndrome was first described by Hans Selye as the three distinct stages that any organism goes through when experiencing stress. Selye explained his choice of terminologyContinue reading The General Adaptation Syndrome and Muscle Testing
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 individualContinue reading GEMS Flow in BC with Instructor Paula Hilman
The Oxford Studies: Validating Muscle Response Testing Part II — Results and Implications Guest post by Dr. Anne Jensen As mentioned in Part I of this article, I completed myContinue reading The Oxford Studies: Part II — Results and Implications
By Anne Jensen Feature image is from the Touch For Health muscle testing charts, available through CanASK When I was practicing as a chiropractor in North Queensland, I avidly usedContinue reading The Oxford Studies: Validating Muscle Response Testing: Part I — Methods Used
“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 timeContinue reading The formula for good Open Days or Demo Days in your Specialized Kinesiology clinic or school.
No doubt about it, few things in life are as amazing as a good massage. How would you feel about a tool that would allow you to take your businessContinue reading Beyond Massage — Muscle Testing for RMTs
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 toContinue reading Upcoming Classes!