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Equine Kinesiology Training

Equine Kinesiology September 2018  

Please email stating your interest in Equine course for application form. Limited places so application will be reviewed and interviews will be for suitable students.

Learn how to balance your horse or pony to optimize their body functions on all levelskinesiology-for-animals

  • Mental
  • Emotional
  • Physical
  • Bio Chemical

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Principles of Kinesiology 1 to 4   15/ 16th September – January 2019

Principles of Kinesiology is a modern, diversified introductory course, which was designed by Hugo Tobar not only for Neuro Kinesiology but kinesiology beginners provides a broad basis for all directions of kinesiology. This course is based on the principles of TCM and the meridian system and the modern knowledge of the anatomy and physiology.

This comprehensive coverage of the Kinesiology covers the following topics:

  • Learn the muscle testing
  • Introduction to the energy structure of human
  • Introduction to the muscle structure and function
  • Introducing the General Adaptation Syndrome
  • Introduction to the theory of traditional Chinese medicine, including:
    • meridians
    • acupoints
    • Chi (energy flow in the body)
    • Jing ( Conception essence from our parents)
    • The Five Elements
    • Ying-Yang – Theory
  • Introduction to the chakras and their effect on the nervous system
  • Introducing Neuro reflexes including neurovascular and neurolymphatic reflexes
  • Testing of an indicator muscle
  • Meridians: muscle testing relationships
  • 20 muscle tests for different Meridian Organ Relationships
  • Reactive Muscle Balancing
  • Divergent Channels, 8 Extra Ordinary meridians

Duration; (4 x 2 days ) weekend classes  60 case studies. 1 Assessment Day £1200( can change with euro rate)

Brain Formatting for Human  5/6th February

This course provides an introduction to formatting, a model of how formatting works. The treatment triangle, showing the relationship between psychology, subtle anatomy, and anatomy & physiology. How to build up complex stress patterns using the ‘jaw stacking’ mechanism. An introduction to the nervous system and the Applied Physiology/ Neural Systems Kinesiology system of brain formatting.

2 day workshop +15 case studies

£250

 

Example of Equine outline … Course will be adapted as we progress

 

1 Morton Method “Innate Synchronicity”  March 2019

Meaning of the Horse and Horse human connection and understanding. Deeping your connection and knowledge from within.

2 day Workshop + Home study £400

 

2 Principals 1-4  March 2019

Learn how to use kinesiology with your horses.

Point locations

Meridians

Chakras

Neuro point

2 day workshop 20 case studies £400

 

3 Principals 1-4 Equine April 

Meridians of the horse

20 Organ / Gland  muscles

2 day workshop 20 case studies

 

4. Equine Brain Formatting May 2019

This course provides an introduction to formatting, a model of how formatting works.

The treatment triangle, showing the relationship between psychology, subtle anatomy, and anatomy & physiology.

How to build up complex stress patterns using the ‘jaw stacking’ mechanism.

An introduction to the nervous system and the Applied Physiology/ Neural Systems Kinesiology system of brain formatting.

2 day workshop +15 case studies

 

 

5 Equine Kinesiology Chakras 

Chakra Systems of the horse

Over / under energy , Yin /Yang

Emotional issues

Balancing techniques

2 day workshop 15 case studies 

6 Equine Physiology Formatting

physiology formats for 25 organs and glands associated with the 14 meridians.

formats for hormones, neurotransmitters and nutrition specific for each organ or gland.

Energy production and hydration that can be applied for each organ or gland.

This course establishes a good grounding for advanced Neuroenergetic Kinesiology courses but at the same time gives effective techniques for balancing different physiology systems of the body

2 day workshop 15 case studies

7 Equine Kinesiology Chakra

7 Major Chakra Hologram Endocine system balancing of horse.

The endocrine system has been referred to as the physical interface of the Chakra System

Indeed without the detailed anatomy and physiology of the endocrine system, any chakra work is only able to have a superficial effect upon the physical body.

The endocrine/chakra the individual hormones relating to each chakra and the physical effects that they have on the body. As hormones are carried through the blood stream to their target organs, this effect is widespread and has many physical implications.

circulatory system

nervous system

8 Equine Kinesiology Structure

Structural Balancing of the horses body.

Balancing techniques for joints of the head and neck including cranial sutures, temporomandibular joint (TMJ), neck joints and hyoid bone structure;

Balancing techniques for the upper body and limbs including torso, shoulder, elbow, knee and fetlock joints;

Balancing techniques for the lower limbs including the hip, stifle, fetlock and foot joints;

Specialised balances for sensory organ muscles of the eye and middle ear along with muscles involved in breathing and the dermatomes of the skin;

Central nervous system and autonomic nervous system balancing protocols for both smooth muscle function and motor function, including conscious, habitual and reflex motions.

Gentle energetic muscle balances using chakras and meridians;

Extensive database of formatting procedures and specific formats associated with every muscle, bone, suture, tendon, ligament, fascial train, cartilage, nerve, muscle meridian, neurotransmitter, receptor and dermatome of the body.

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