A safe virtual place for muscle response testers

Our mission is to build a strong world-wide community of muscle test lovers (…applied and specialised Kinesiology).

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Roots and Innovations


April 16-18, 2021



Every speaker will share for 1 hour or 45 minutes including practical techniques. If you miss some of the presentations, don’t worry! You will be able to access the text summary of the presentation and the recorded video in your preferred language in Knowlative for 3 months following the conference.

See the complete schedule and other details here.

Alexis Costello

Alexis Costello has been a Holistic Health Practitioner for more than 15 years and has been serving on the Board of Directors for the International Association of Specialized Kinesiology (IASK) since 2014. She has been a Touch for Health Instructor since 2007 and is now an Instructor Trainer and Assessor for the International Kinesiology College (IKC). Alexis is the creator of the GEMS classes and one of the few Stress Indicator Point System (SIPS) Instructors of levels 1-8 and BAP (Body Alignment Protocol). She travels around the world presenting and teaching these modalities. Alexis is the editor and publisher of the KinesioGeek Magazine. You can find all its issues online on www.gemskinesiology.com and it’s absolutely free.

Super-Conscious Superpower

The beauty of muscle testing is the ability to make the subconscious conscious. Once we can consciously look at the stress, then we can change, make better decisions, and heal. But muscle testing doesn’t stop there; we can also use it to access the superconscious or what Jung would have called the collective unconscious, finding information that is outside of the normal experience. If we can work from a superconscious state, it allows us to do things outside of the realm of Newtonian physics and work in interesting ways, using our new altered perception to bend time and distance and see things in a new light. Here we discuss the consciousness of an electron, the layers of mind, and how to access this easily in sessions.

Heidi Johnson

Born and raised in KwaZulu Natal in South Africa, I grew up loving animals and the outdoors and what nature had to offer us as humans. My late Grandmother was Doctor of Homeopathy and Osteopathy. I loved her passion for alternate medicines, and as I grew older, I too found I had a love for the alternate modalities. At home we live as much of a holistic life as possible in today’s world and have always turned to the alternate modalities for help or direction with regards to our health. I started off with Equine Body work in 2009, alongside studying animal behaviour. In 2017 I started my Kinesiology journey with Touch For Health and then continued on to study Neuro-training, Emotional Kinesiology, Neuroenergetic Kinesiology modules, NeuroGastroEnterology and Equine Energy Medicine. In July 2019 I started my EMMETT technique 4 Horses journey and am now a qualified practitioner and tutor. At the beginning of 2020 I finally was ready to follow in my grandmothers footsteps and started my classical homeopathy journey, through The School of Homeopathy in the UK.  I am a registered member of the International Institute of Complementary Therapies (IICT) and the Association of Specialised Kinesiologists South Africa (ASKSA), International Equine Body Workers Association (IEBWA), EMMETT Technique (Horse practitioner and Tutor) and International Association of Specialized Kinesiologists (IASK).

Now living in Australia with my family I run my own mobile practice, seeing both animals and people, doing both in person and distance/online sessions. I’m passionate about helping humans and animals achieve their optimal health and well-being status, bringing them into a mental, emotional and physical equilibrium!

Tissue Salts, the roots of our cells salts

I’ll be presenting how Tissue salts are the basis of our make-up and are deeply rooted into our mental, emotional and physical state. The presentation will be covering: what they are; how they work; what part does each one play in our body (especially from a mental aspect) and how that going back to those simple roots and making sure they are in balance, the rest of the body is able to heal and function at an optimal level to promote healing and recuperation. I have found my clients that have used tissue salts for support have had great results. Tissue salts play a vital role in our constitutional make up and they are the roots of our existence. Understanding the basics of our basic elements that we are made up of and making sure we have a solid foundation, sets us up to face the challenges that life presents us and to then be able to build on that. 

Emma Acquarone

Italian and living in Germany, environmental engineer and mom of three, is a Touch for Health and Brain Gym instructor. Furthermore, she is the only certified Joint Anchor Technique instructor other than its Australian developer Geoff Leury. Since 2018 she is the secretary for the International Association of Specialized Kinesiologists (IASK). Emma has a been practicing kinesiology for over 12 years (www.kinesiologie-acquarone.de), co-manages the educational centre Chiron – Arbeitskreis für Gesunderhaltung (www.ak-chiron.de), and is passionate about formatting and everything LEAP, SIPS, NE Kinesiology, Vibrational Healing Systems and Integrated Physiology.

The energetic way Joint Anchor Technique perceives and corrects ‘master gland’ imbalance

The hypophysis (pituitary gland) is known as the ‘master’ gland, and for good reason. When it functions normally, it plays a pivotal role in vital physiological processes that involve stress, growth, reproduction and blood pressure to name a few. The purpose of the presentation is to demonstrate some energetic techniques that may help restore and maintain normal function of this important organ. The techniques are from Joint anchor technique and are suitable for application in a clinical setting. They can be used in conjunction with Kinesiology, or other therapies, energetic or physical.

There are 3 techniques:

  • Fossa adhesion – On the energetic levels, this helps ensure the hypophysis is not adhering to the walls of the hypophyseal fossa (sella turcica) in which it sits and which is part of the sphenoid bone. This helps prevent energetic ischaemia developing within the hypophysis, and the creation of convenient attachment sites on which negative to health energies may settle and interfere with hypophyseal function
  • Anterior/posterior entanglement – This helps ensure the energy rhythms of the anterior and posterior lobes of the hypophysis are functioning independently, and not entangled and affecting each other adversely
  • Fine-tune energy flow – This helps replenish energy to and regulate energy flow through the hypophysis. It is achieved by working with the crown chakra. Because the crown chakra can act an energy conduit to the hypophysis, adjustments to energy levels, rate of flow etc at the crown chakra will be reflected in the hypophysis

Ondrej Bursik

Ondrej Bursik has a BA in Psychology and a Dip HSc in Holistic Kinesiology. 

Ondrej is the Director of Optimal Learning Centre. On completing his BA in Psychology at Macquarie University in 1996, Ondrej undertook a two year diploma course in Holistic Kinesiology.

Ondrej currently works at Optimal Learning Centre and lectures in Holistic Kinesiology at the College of Complementary Medicine, Sydney.

Ondrej completed training in:

  • Neurofeedback assessment and analysis
  • Samonas Sound Therapy
  • Primitive Reflex Therapy
  • Interactive MetronomeAlso trained in Neurofeedback assessment and analysis procedures, Samonas Sound Therapy, Primitive Reflex Therapy (INPP) and Interactive Metronome.

Balancing the Ming Men

The Ming Men is one of the most fundamental concepts within the Traditional Chinese Medicine. It is the place where original Qi resides. It is seen as the gate of Vitality which provides enough Qi to the 3 Jiao’s to keep us alive. The Ming Men plays an important role in optimal function of our Spleen and Stomach, Heart Yang, Supplements the 3 Jiao’s, warms the kidney and bladder, helps the heart to shelter the Shen and is important in our defensive Qi. This presentation looks at the impact of Ming Men on different aspect of our Being. It looks what we can do to help the Ming Men both from Lifestyle changes and Kinesiology applications. The presentation includes and exercise that everyone can practice daily to help the Ming Men.

Sylvia Marina

Sylvia Marina ND is a Human Behaviour Trauma Specialist, author, course creator, speaker. Her core passion is working with individuals, adult education schools and academy’s, businesses and communities to help them attain a perspective about their lives, make better decisions, engage their entelechy and maximise their potential.

A natural educator, she has observed active leadership is key to sustaining businesses, communities, careers and maintaining successful relationships. Her expertise is in dissolving the emotional causes behind physical dysfunctions.

Her intensive career includes assignments across Australia, Asia, South Pacific, Europe, Canada, New Zealand, Russia, Spain, UK the USA and is open to helping you expand your career.Sylvia is the Dean of the IKC-International Kinesiology College. PDS-Personal Development School.

Understanding your natural emotions

Anger is one of the emotions everyone needs to understand.  It is a natural reaction to certain situations.  The earlier in life we learn to recognise anger the less patterns of behaviour relating to anger will develop or become a way of life, specifically to control certain situations.

Memory is the retention of perceptions.  Perception activates memory, including muscle memory.  For example, if it looks like, sounds like, smells like and breathes like… memory says, it must be, same as a previous event and therefore reacts, not in anger but in rage.

Anger is activated at an early age and if not recognised or given management skills it then has the capacity to grow into a weapon that evolves into

Bullying and Forcefulness

Violence and Trauma

Repetitive Illness, Confusion and Mental Illness

A person in a state of rage may also lose much of their capacity for rational thought and reasoning, and may act, usually violently on their impulses to the point that they attack until they themselves have been incapacitated or the source of their rage has been destroyed.

Terry Larder

Terry Larder became a natural healthcare practitioner in 1981 and has used kinesiology and naturopathy in her practice since 1987. She is an honorary member of the Kinesiology Federation, a member of the Kinesiology Association, and the Society of Naturopaths.

She has been lecturing in Kinesiology at colleges of further education since 1986 and founded the Classical Kinesiology Institute in 1990. She is a qualified teacher in adult education. For 10 years Terry was a member of the executive committee and a former chair of the Kinesiology Federation. She is an author has appeared on behalf of kinesiology on UK breakfast television, in the national press and has lectured in the USA, Russia and Japan.

Although she claims to be semi-retired, she runs online postgraduate courses and face to face courses at the Kinesiology Centre in Leicester where she has her clinic.

Synchronising Valve Sequencing in the Digestive Tract

The digestive process begins as soon as we start to chew our food. Terry will explain and demonstrate a quick and simple procedure that can be completed in less than 5 minutes. It addresses temporomandibular joint function and its relationship to the neurological sequencing of the opening and closing of valves in the alimentary tract during peristalsis.

John Maguire

As the founder and director of the Kinesiology Institute, John Maguire has trained health professionals form 89 countries. He got certified in Applied Kinesiology (AK) through his studies with Dr. George Goodheart, DC, and Dr. Wally Schmitt, DC. He worked closely for several years with Dr. John Thie, DC as the Program Director and faculty member of the Touch for Health Foundation, and as his chiropractic assistant.

He taught the first Touch for Health Instructor Trainings in Russia and Italy. For the past 27 years ,John has been one of the most popular speakers at Tony Robbins Life Mastery University, where his students are amazed by the profound and rapid results they receive using his easy to follow methods. John is know for his ability to make complex material easy to understand

Our Roots – The Early History of Applied Kinesiology and Touch for Health

In John’s presentation you’ll learn the history of muscle testing and Dr. George Goodheart’s early discoveries that revolutionized health care with his creation of Applied Kinesiology (AK). The foundation of AK was built with Goodheart’s findings of the Opposing Muscle Theory, the Muscle-Organ-Meridian relationship, the Five Factors of the IVF (intervertebral) and the Triad of Health.

Goodheart’s first discovery that showed muscles could be immediately strengthened was the origin insertion techniques. You’ll hear the story of how Goodheart continued to build AK’s body of knowledge through his realizations by solving difficult cases in his chiropractic practice. He drew from the work of Chapman, Bennet, Sutherland, Rolf, Chinese Medicine and many others. He also discovered that every muscle has a nutritional factor that can strengthen it and went on to find what specific nutrients affect each muscle.

As the phenomenal effectiveness of AK grew as both a diagnostic tool and therapeutic intervention, a group of doctors know as the Dirty Dozen formed the International College of Applied Kinesiology (ICAK).

You’ll also hear how Dr. John Thie, DC met Goodheart and how he went on to write the Touch for Health book and spread Touch for Health throughout the world.

Chris Astill-Smith
D.O., N.D. Diplomate I.C.A.K.

D.O. DIBAK is a Registered Osteopath graduating from the British School of Osteopathy 1970. Lecturer in Nutrition and Dietetics at the British School of Osteopathy 1973-80 and in Arthrology and Myology 1981-89. He obtained his Diplomate from the International College of Applied Kinesiology 1988 and lectures internationally on Applied Kinesiology and Functional Biochemistry most weekends. Awarded Assistant Professor status at the Institute for Manual Medicine, Russia 1992.

Chris calls upon 50 years of experience of clinical management and will share with you his extensive knowledge in the subject as well as a multitude of clinical pearls.

“Chris Astill-Smith is the true physician, he applies the healing action of Applied Kinesiology with the knowledge, love and the intelligent intuition that comes from his grasp of functional physiology. Best of all he teaches this in a clearly competent fashion.” George J. Goodheart D.C., D.I.B.A.K., ICAK Research Director

“Chris Astill-Smith is a renowned teacher and one of the most creative AK thinkers in the world. He will impress you by both his vast knowledge and his simple clinical applications.” Walter H. Schmitt. Jr., D.C., D.I.B.A.K., D.A.B.C.N.

Kinesiology assessment of Diurnal Hormone Cycles

Many hormones are known to cycle throughout the 24 hour day. Peaking at specific times and declining at others in a natural diurnal rhythm. I will be presenting when these peaks and throughs naturally and should occur and how to accurately assess when they are not. Common examples such as low cortisol in the afternoon and high cortisol in the middle of the night leading to sleep disturbances. I will be demonstrating simple techniques to restore normal cycles and nutrients to balance the body clocks.

Marco Rado

Marco Rado hails from the scenic town of Bergamo, in the Lombardy region of Italy. With a background in physiotherapy, Marco began his kinesiology journey 28 years ago, utilizing many modalities, in particular, Applied Physiology, that has studied in the USA and Germany. With a passion for Traditional Chinese Medicine and manual therapies such as osteopathy and fascial manipulation, Marco has broadened his studies in these areas to increase his knowledge and skills. In 2003, he began writing his own courses, integrating western science and traditional eastern medicine.

Marco is a respected international course author and trainer, integrating scientific concepts and theories with traditional energetic philosophies. He teaches in many European countries (Italy, Germany, Spain, Switzerland, Hungary and Ireland) but also all over the world (Russia, Ukraine, Australia, Canada and South Africa).

While he still teaches Applied Physiology, he also has created 12 workshops and 2 webinars, that goes under the name of Integrative Physiology.

He had been the Vice President of the International Association of Specialized Kinesiologists (IASK) and Board Member of the Italian Association of Specialized Kinesiology (AKSI).

Marco, together with his wife Monica, has founded his 4 years long professional school “Physis – International Institute of Kinesiology” where he teaches Applied Physiology and all his own classes. He’s also co-founder of Knowlative.

Renovating the Roots

Specialized/Energy Kinesiology has many roots: Applied Kinesiology, Chiropractic, Osteopathy, Physiotherapy, Energy Psychology and many others. One root that plays a major role in Kinesiology is Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), because of the Muscle-Organ-Meridian relationship. But in my opinion, in Kinesiology, there isn’t a correct understanding of the meaning and the role of some Meridian. In this lecture I will describe the functions and the relationships of the Central Vessel Meridian, that are quite different in TCM then how it’s presented in Kinesiology. I will also demonstrate which muscles we should test.  

Matthew Thie

Matthew collaborated directly with his father, John Thie, from 1996 until John’s death in August of 2005, just before the new book was released. Mat worked with John developing healing protocol, writing articles, teaching seminars around the world and working with students. Matthew has taught about the Chinese 5 Element Metaphors to over 1,000 students worldwide and trained over 100 Instructors. He is now the director of Touch for Health education and an instructor trainer.

Legacy of Light: Roots, Essence & Innovations in TFH and Kinesiology 2021

In 2013 the theme of our TFH conference in Malibu, California was: Roots, Essence & Vision. Now in 2021, we

return to similar themes in our national and international conferences – partnering with Knowlative.

1. Legacy of Light

2. Roots & Innovations

What are YOUR roots that feed your vision of TFH/ Kinesiology? What are the core ideas or techniques that are central to your practice? What are the Innovations that YOU have developed, or that you have adopted, or are even looking for in the future? What is YOUR legacy? What will you pass along from what you have learned and developed? How will you pass along your legacy?

John & Carrie Thie had the privilege of meeting many innovators, and were joined by so many enthusiastic supporters of their vision who shared it far and wide, and continue to find creative ways to share. You may know the name George Goodheart. You may be familiar with some principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine/Acupuncture. But do you know the names Carl Rogers, Virginia Satir, and Thomas Gordon? The educational, self-responsibility model is a very important aspect of the holistic TFH approach to balancing the whole person. These were some of the teachers and Mentors of John and Carrie who contributed to their understanding and integration of Self-Responsibility, Listening, and Dialogue as a part of the balancing process.

This paper will touch on some roots and innovations from chiropractic, TCM, and Person Centered Psychology, that are part of the powerful legacy that we can pass on to an even greater segment of humanity for the good of our world and our planet!

Lee-Ann MacLeod

Dip Kin, Dip I.H., Dip NQH, Dip Neuro-K, RSKP Specialised, RAKP Adv, ARAD, CSTD Registered Kinesiology Specialist Practitioner – Level 6
Fellow Member of The Australian Traditional Medicine Association (ATMS) Neuro-Kinesiologist, Mentor

Vice President of International Association of Specialized Kinesiologists (IASK) President/Chair Brain Gym Australia (2004 – 2007)
President of the Australian Kinesiology Association (2006–2008 and 2016–2018)

What’s Next? Simple Solutions to Integrate our Newly Found Knowledge into our Clinical Practise
Innovative ways to Integrate Knowledge

Many of us have a wealth of tools and information from heaps of Kinesiology study, conferences, webinars and other professional skills, we tend not to use much of as we are unsure of how to integrate these ideas and skills into our clinic sessions.

In this presentation we’ll learn, explore and share how to support what skills/information is of most value to us and to comfortably integrate our knowledge into our Kinesiology, day to day clinical sessions.

Lee-Anne, with over 20 years of full-time clinical Kinesiology experience, will share with you and support you with simple solutions, so you don’t lose sight of these valuable skills and opportunities. She’s keen to hear your questions and inspirations as we all join together, share, Balance and gain confidence from her insights from 20 years of clinical experience and teaching.

“I’m excited to support you with simple solutions, so you don’t lose sight of these valuable, exciting learnings.”

“Come learn, explore, share how to integrate this and other knowledge into our clinical sessions.”

Michelle Greenwell

Michelle Greenwell, BA Psych, MSc CAM (Complementary and Alternative Medicine), Doctoral candidate in Integrative Health, Instructor of Touch for Health, Therapeutic Touch Foundations, Dance, Tai Chi, Qi YINtegration, and Raising BioEnergetic Awareness.  Michelle’s passion is linking wellness and movement through bioenergetic feedback and muscle monitoring.  Her approach with goal setting and vision mapping creates a free flow of energy that can be explored through movement in the body while balancing the biofield.  Her approach brings multidimensional awareness to the healee as well as tools to assist them in their self-care.  Self-empowerment is key to her approach as all of her tools have been adapted from a lying down session to an interactive and dynamic movement session. Michelle can be found at www.dancedebut.com, on the podcast “Be Well with Michelle Greenwell” with Buzzsprout and Spotify, Patreon, Google, Linked In, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Telegram.  For Tai Chi and movement information you can find her on YouTube, be sure to check out the playlist for Tai Chi Wellness and the Seated Form Series and Dance YINtegration to provide your clients and students with movement options they can do at home with support from the videos archived for public use

Joint Resonance, Spine and Emotion Balancing

Most often the tissue of the body is assessed and manipulated to create a balance in tissue that can be seen, moved, and felt.  The space between the tissue can be elusive and mysterious to those experienced in physical manipulations and balancing.  The exploration of the joints, where Qi can be stored to overflowing, and where emotions can be calmed and released can be experienced through the bioenergetic feedback that happens through muscle response testing.  Exploration of the breath, shock absorbers of the legs and spine, and movement will be combined as techniques to explore and balance within the tissue of the body.  Additionally, the exploration of joint resonance and frequency will be explored through the combined knowledge of emotions related to the spine, as well as the aspects of experience that happen through filters when emotions are not free flowing.  Protocols that extend into movement patterns and postural reflex integration will also be added to give a multidimensional approach to creating space in the body to open for a free flow of Qi and spirit.

Sabine Rosén

Sabine Rosén live in Stockholm/Sweden. She runs a full-time clinic since 1991. Sabine owns a health care center with 20 professional therapists in Stockholm, where some kinesiologist works together with professionals from other areas in the medical field. Since 2016 she runs ”Sabineeducations”, a school including a vocational training  to become a kinesiologist.

Sabine’s specialty is to work with complex and severe pain, and working with immune system-relating disorders, especially persons with allergies, difficulties to become pregnant and those who have recurrent infections.

The professional titles (2-3 years training each) are; Kinesiologist, Massage therapist, Herbalist, Nutritionist and Acupuncturist. Privately Sabine lives in a self-made house, out in the wood where the birds sings every morning. She loves the deeper discussions with friends that goes beyond the physical world, and love to explore the nature/world/landscape and all beings in it.

She is the president of IASK.

Bye Bye Allergies
Get rid of all symptoms of allergies by using ancient Back-shu-points together with techniques to release tension in areas where parasynaptic nervous system has its branches, in order to affect quick and deep healing


In order to put the healing mode running in the body we need to affect the parasympathic

branches of the CNS. The power – of letting another person feeling well (increases the

parasymphatic impulses) togehter with opening up the areas where the impulses go further out in the body with the heling-repairing-message to all cells, tissues, glands and organ – is enormous.

Usually it takes 5 sessions of kinesiology work to help a person to totally get rid of his/her

airborn allergy. The freedom for the client to again have the possability to be outside at

spring season, when the person before needed to be prisoned inside due to pollen, can just be described as pure happines

In Spine & Body flow kinesiology, the strategy I have developed during 30 years of daily

clinical work, I combine westrn knowledge – about biochemistry & the CNS – with

tecniques/theories from TCM, using the Back-Shu points (transporting Qi to inner organs).

To release the power of heling/repairing we are using kinesiology testing methods to find

out which acupressure point to use, together with the back shu point, in order to syncronize the pulses and by this start the flow of qi to restore the body systems. The client usually feel this as warmness, pulses, tingeling or other sensations either along the meridian flow, or inside the trunk and the organ we are working with.

Beyond inspiration and having a fun and productive hour, some;

• Innovation – specific pair of points to test and use to enhance the immune system

• Roots – reference charts for the acupressure points we are testing

• Science – links to research about the biochemistrys effect on our immunesystem + links to read more about CNS/parasympathic branches (vagus included of course)

Amy Choi

Amy Choi has been balancing herself and others for more than 20 years using Touch for Health, Educational Kinesiology and her own Ming’s Mirror Method and Qigong Balancing. Her style is known to be authentic, artistic and intuitive. She teaches mainly in mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan and sometimes in Europe and the U.S.  Since 2020, she started teaching and giving balancing sessions online.  She is one of the founders of Brain Body Centre Ltd. (Hong Kong) and Integrated Kinesiology Management and Marketing Services (IKMMS).  She is an international faculty of the Educational Kinesiology Foundation and the International Kinesiology College and has been active in serving in boards and committees in international organizations.

Qigong Adjustment Technique (QAT) – A New Way of Locking an Originally Unlocking Muscle in Muscle Response Testing

In the early 2000s, when I was practising Qigong breathing and movement exercises, I discovered that coordinating breathing, muscle movements and human intention will change the unlocking response of a muscles to a locked response during muscle response testing.

Here are my findings:

  1. Intention itself may not necessarily lock an originally unlocking muscle;
  2. Intentional and unintentional muscle contraction and extension may not necessarily lock an originally unlocking muscle;
  3. Breathing itself may not necessarily lock an originally unlocking muscle;
  4. Breathing plus human thinking (intention) may not necessarily lock an originally unlocking muscle;
  5. However, when intentional movement (intention + movement) is co-ordinated with breathing, one may lock an originally unlocking muscle after moving it for 1 to 3 times.

This is what I call the Qigong Adjustment Technique (QAT).  Qigong is the balance and synchrony among breathing (energy ), intention (information ) and movement (matter ).  三調合一

QBT can be easily applied to your kinesiology balancing or muscle exercises.  It can be done SOLO (by himself/herself).

I would like to share my discovery at the conference.

Charlotte Shanti

Coding tool, switching and homework. Energizing kinesiology roots

Charlotte Shanti

Creator of Energy Frequency Tuning Kinesiology.

Charlotte Shanti resides in Denmark close to nature in a 160 year old school building in the outskirts of a nature reserve by the sea with wife, Border Collie and a flock of sheep. She has always been spiritually curious and engaged in the question “Who am I”. This has led her on 16 travels to India and other spiritually highly vibrant places like Tibet, Greenland and Kauai, Hawai’i.

Since 2012 she has worked as a professional kinesiologist utilizing many different modalities with a particular focus on allergies and EHS (electromagnetic hypersensitivity). In 2014 she was involved in opening a portal to the Golden Child Energy, which led her to the ethereal community City of Light. With a new found passion for the dimensional system she began teaching her own courses integrating ascension spirituality and traditional kinesiology.

Kinesiology in the 5th dimension has not been previously described and she has started this work. It has its challenges because it does not immediately resemble any known kinesiology and cannot be “squeezed” into any known forms. Working with kinesiology in the 5th dimension is playfully easy, creative and a free form of kinesiology that works outside of time and space. Charlotte Shanti has named it ©️Energy Frequency Tuning Kinesiology.

Since 2017 she is an Instructor in Danish Kinesiologists and has been teaching her own kinesiology courses “Pollen Allergy Test Kit”, “Coded Crystal Tools Ascension Balance” and “Coding Test Kits and Energymedicine”.

She also works as City of Light Golden Age Transformation Teacher and has created the course Golden Age Master Class for anyone using muscle testing and wishing to level up to dimensional energies and frequencies as a practitioner.

Coding tool, switching and homework. Energizing kinesiology roots

Join my lecture where I will take one of our kinesiology roots techniques “switching” and share with you a new energetic dimensional layer thus bringing innovation to our common knowledge.

You will learn a new hand mode I have found that enables you to open up to infinite dimensional layers. After the lecture you will be able to use the hand mode in your sessions and experience new dimensions leading to further balancing opportunities and ultimately maybe to you innovating kinesiology with your new findings.

Another innovative thing I will briefly share with you is the coding tool that I have developed. With this coding tool you can make your own high frequency test vials and even code homework for your clients in a crystal.

Irina Chobanu

Anxiety: it’s origin and ways to help

Irina Chobanu

Irina Chobanu is a medical doctor (PhD), psychotherapist, kinesiologist and director of the Institute of Kinesiology, Moscow, Russia

  She started with “Three in One” during 1991-1996. And now she is an Instructor of TFH who has also taken classes in Edu-kinestetics and other branches of kinesiology.  In 2004 she created a new way to use kinesiology and called it Psychotherapeutic kinesiology.  In 2006 it was patented in Russia.  In 2011 Irina became the President of Russian Interregional Public Organisation “Association of Professional Kinesiologists”.  Since 2012 she is a Director of the Institute of Kinesiology in Moscow. She has organised, together with IASK and international conference in 2019 in Moscow.

Anxiety: it’s origin and ways to help

According to Russian psychiatrists, the number of patients with anxiety has grown on 30% during last year. Only official patients were counted. Of course, there are more people with anxiety symptoms in the population. And some of them will come to see kinesiologists.

How to recognize anxiety and how to win over it?

In this speech we will consider the most important factors of development of anxiety. The situation of 2020 was the last got for patients prone to anxiety. We will discuss its frequent manifestations. How to understand through complaints of the client that he suffers from anxiety. We will learn new ideas of effective help to them.

IASK – International Association of Specialized Kinesiologists

Kinesiology around the World

IASK – International Association of Specialized Kinesiologists

IASK was founded in the USA in 1987 with the idea of creating a worldwide organization for everybody working with the art of muscle testing / muscle monitoring.

As a group of IASK members wrote at the General Meeting in 2000 in Holland: “The abundance of knowledge and experience worldwide can, through sharing, become an invaluable source of productivity and creative growth. The members of IASK inspire and enrich each other in their own personal development and professional work.”

Kinesiology around the world – statistics, standards and information from associations of the 5 Continents

The International Association of Specialised Kinesiologists (IASK) Board Members will present the huge amount of datas about Kinesiology around the world, collected during the Meetings of Associations that IASK has organised with many National Kinesiology Associations since 2014. 

IKC - International Kinesiology College

Presenting the IKC

IKC – International Kinesiology College

Who we are

We are a not for profit company, based in Australia, with faculty throughout the world. We provide certified training in Touch for Health in over 60 countries. Our international database features hundreds of registered instructors who teach the Touch for Health Synthesis, the original kinesiology system for non professionals. Touch for Health is now the basis for many practitioners programmes worldwide.

Mission Statements

The International Kinesiology College is an international college without walls which raises awareness, maintains standards, develops and supports Touch for Health ® (TFH) and other kinesiology programs in the educational, self-responsibility model at community and professional levels, with particular emphasis on the values of TFH.

The Values of TFH noted by the 2012 IKC Membership are: kindness, helpfulness, efficacy and simplicity.

What we do

Disseminate Touch for Health Synthesis worldwide

Certify Touch for Health instructors and students worldwide

Support the growth of Kinesiology based on the Touch for Health self responsibility and educational model.

Recognise kinesiology courses and practitioner programmes worldwide.

Presenting the IKC

The President Ger Casey will introduce the board.   PRO Robin Brown Frossard to speak about the IKC Balancathon, and the new IKC Newsletter.   We will then Introduce the dean’s of the three IKC Schools,  Henry Remanlay the Dean of the Touch for Health School,   Sylvia Marina the Lady Dean of the Personal Development School and Thomas Holvoet the Dean of the Professional School who will speak for a few minutes on their individual schools, what they have to offer  and how people can get involved with them.

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