The term Muscle Monitoring refers to the use of applying light pressure to a muscle.
A skilled kinesiologist can determine from this feedback what imbalances, mental, emotional, physical, energetic need to be addressed.
In the 1950’s an American Chiropractor, Dr George Goodheart D.C., discovered that a person’s emotional and / or nutritional state had a big influence over their recovery rate.
Using past research from the 1930’s on the lymphatic system and vascular system, and knowledge from the acupuncture system, Dr Goodheart put together a health modality known as “Applied Kinesiology”.
Today there are many modalities with ‘Kinesiology’ in their title.
What they all have in common is the tool of ‘Muscle Monitoring’. However the resources they use can be quite different.
Neuro-Training with Kinesiology uses resources that can help with a wide range of issues Mentally (psychologically inherited patterns), Emotionally, Physically and Energetically.
When we are not able to adapt efficiently in any area of our life, the central nervous system is affected, thereby creating specific muscle patterns which a skilled Kinesiologist can detect.