All posts tagged 'specialized kinesiology'

Rethinking Stacking

Posted on April 16th, 2019 · Posted in Energy Medicine

In a field where I value truth and intention over almost everything else, there is one place where I haven’t been completely honest. This is something that has been nagging at me for a long time, but I have been afraid to put it out there. Afraid of seeming disrespectful..
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What’s in a name? Losing my ‘K’

Posted on February 3rd, 2019 · Posted in Energy Medicine, Health Should be Fun

What’s in a name? We have long known that ‘Kinesiology’ is not the perfect word to describe what we do. Yes, there is muscle testing and yes, we study muscle movement, but we know that what we do falls into a broad spectrum. Some of our modalities are overtly concerned..
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Emotional Processing in the Triune Brain; Taming the Lizard when Life gets Crazy

Posted on January 22nd, 2019 · Posted in Energy Medicine

By Alexis Costello Image: From The Amazing Spiderman This is my conference journal paper for the upcoming Kinesiology Federation conference in Oxford, UK – I wanted to share the protocol with everyone and hear how it is working for you! Get in touch and let me know. You’ve heard of..
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The Wonderful World of Distance Sessions

Posted on December 16th, 2018 · Posted in Energy Medicine

In the Kinesiology world, we do some really weird stuff. But distance sessions kick up the weird quotient to uncomfortable heights for some people. So let’s a take a moment to discuss what happens in a distance session and how it works. What happens in a distance session? When I..
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Dimension Stress: demystifying the multiverse

Posted on December 11th, 2018 · Posted in Energy Medicine

There are many different versions of the multiverse theory, even outside of comic books. For example, if space/time is flat and goes on infinitely, there are only so many possibly particle configurations within cosmic patches, so there must be many repeating universes; some that are exactly the same as ours..
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3 Things I’ve learned from teaching Kinesiology in Russia

Posted on November 11th, 2018 · Posted in Energy Medicine

  Teaching any class forces you to really think about and examine what you know, but teaching a class that speaks a different language than you pushes you to up your game in whole different way. Because I have been teaching SIPS classes for a few years now, teaching levels..
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Balancing the World, from the Heart

Posted on September 30th, 2018 · Posted in Energy Medicine, Health Should be Fun

I was actually a little nervous yesterday in that ‘what if you throw a party and no-one comes?’ kind of way. Yesterday (September 29) was World Heart Day, and so all over social media I could see posts and memes warning about heart disease, about diet, about the statistical likelihood..
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A KinesioGeek Manifesto

Posted on August 29th, 2018 · Posted in Energy Medicine, Health Should be Fun

KinesioGeek is a term that I began using jokingly to refer to my own brand of nerdiness a few years ago and I was surprised when others began using the term themselves. I realized I had struck a cord – this was something we could identify with. Do we need..
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Using Knowlative in Class and why it Rocks!

Posted on July 28th, 2018 · Posted in Energy Medicine

So many things sound great in theory, but then, when you actually look closer, fall short. Now that some of the features of Knowlative are up and running, I want to share how I am using this in my work as an instructor. I am a week into what will..
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Goodbye Happily Holistic

Posted on May 2nd, 2018 · Posted in Health Should be Fun

Warning: nostalgia which may or may not become schmaltzy. My old office is closing. Happily Holistic, the business we began when we returned from Costa Rica, built for five years and then sold. I am feeling a little bit heartbroken over this. I knew that it wasn’t mine anymore after..
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