Friday 12/1 – Monday 12/4
9am – 5pm
First Steps is a four-day beginning course introducing the fundamentals of energy kinesiology.
Energetic Kinesiology is a holistic therapy that begins with the premise that the body is one interacting unit, a whole with many different parts, systems, and functions that interconnect and act upon each other.
When stress is introduced into the system, physiological changes occur, and the body/mind must compensate to continue functioning. This reduces the ability of the affected area to operate at full capacity and efficiency. Energy Kinesiology’s unique contribution is offering a tool to address and relieve these stressors.
It is consistently used throughout the world to improve learning ability, creativity, and mind/body coordination, as well as to help relieve emotional stress, trauma, physical pains, and most ailments.
In this course you will learn basic muscle testing and begin to practice primary energy balancing techniques. This workshop consists of 50% lecture and 50% hands-on practice.
Kathie Guhl has been in private practice for several decades. She lived and worked in Melbourne, Australia, consulting with child psychologists, neurologists, and other leading kinesiologists to develop a balancing technique aimed at relieving dyslexia and learning difficulties. She has also worked with top professionals in the field of child abuse and neglect and presently works with victims to relieve the associated emotional trauma. Ms. Guhl is the past president of the national Energy Kinesiology Association and is co-founder of The Brain Wave Organization. She is a graduate of the Institute of Applied Physiology in Arizona, and Three In One Concepts in California. Ms. Guhl has written numerous workshops in the field of energy kinesiology and teaches those classes throughout the world.
Important: Included with the four-day workshop will be two practice sessions held the following two Fridays with the instructor. Please be prepared to attend one or both sessions to integrate the learning. Practice sessions will be 2 hours in length, with times TBD.