is Kinesiology' style books..............
by Jane Thurnell-Read
fantastic What is Kinesiology type book that is both
detailed and broad across the Kinesiology field. Learn about the
kinesiology and the different systems that have evolved: Touch for
Health, Applied Physiology, Health Kinesiology, Kinergetics, PKP,
Three In One and more (30 systems covered). Read about the key concepts
& terms, and also about corrections methods and what
happens in a session. Includes case studies from around the world
and accounts of how practitioners and system developers got involved
in this amazing therapy. As the newest publication of its kind,
this book is up to date with its information and also is unsurpassed
as a detailed introduction to the field. Great for the public, for
beginning students and for the kinesiologist wishing to loan or
hand out, or use a reference.
Maggie La Tourelle & Anthea Courtenay
it is, how it works, and what it can do for you
(Revised Edition 2013)
A classic What
Is Kinesiology paperback from the UK, that has been revised
and back in print.
Foreword by John F. Thie, D.C. Introduction. Some
Definitions. What is Kinesiology? Muscle Testing. Energy. Balance
1. The Development of Kinesiology.
2. How Kinesiology Can Help.
3. Visits to a Kinesiologist.
4. Kinesiology Assessments.
5. Balancing: Corrections and Treatment.
6. Branches of Kinesiology.
as an Adjunct to Holistic Medicine.
Appendix A: Touch for Health -
Summary of Workshop Content.; Appendix B: Principle
International Kinesiology Organizations.
by Danny Liddell
Get to know
Kinesiology from a prominent Australian Kinesiologist and Kinesiology
college principle, Danny Liddell. How Kinesiology Works is a great
introduction to Kinesiology. It covers all the basics of the field,
plus how Kinesiology helps, as well the types of Kinesiology and
techniques for using on oneself.
The great thing
about this book compared to many others that introduce Kinesiology
is that it is Australian produced and published and therefore makes
all the material relevant in this country. It is easy to read but
broad enough to give a full informative picture. Danny has a good
style with his presentation. Recommended for any one new to the
field or for Kinesiology professionals to have on hand on the bookshelf,
clinic table or to pass around.
the Bleep Is Kinesiology?
A Quantum Journey
Marrs Coiro et al
workings of Kinesiology in a unique way by linking it to both Newtonian
and Quantum models. Beautifully illustrated and easy to read, this
66 page booklet is a fresh look at Kinesiology for the layperson
& student (or established Kinesiologist looking for another
way of explaining things).
mechanics, unified field, holographic ideas as it relates to muscle
testing and some of its uses (indicator testing, scanning etc.)
plus the relevance of the energy
systems and aspects of muscle testing for stress, emotions, nutrition
etc. - all in simple and importantly very brief
explanations - such is its purpose. Pictorial as well.
Body Doesn't Lie
by Dr. John Diamond
introduction to the benefits of Muscle Testing or Kinesiology.
Explores muscle testing your thymus gland, life energy,
cerebral balance, emotions, music, food, posture and
by John Diamond
Diamond's popular book relating the Acupuncture Meridians
to Emotions. Achieve maximum Life Energy by balancing
meridians and their emotions. Reduce negative emotional
states (hatred, anger, jealousy etc.) and increase positive
emotions (love, faith, courage etc.)
by Wayne Topping Ph.D
practical workbook on Stress Release that is well illustrated
and both easy to read and follow. Very suitable for the
layperson and beginners in Kinesiology.
Muscle Testing For Balancing Foods & Meridians
basic how to book on testing foods and supplements. Includes
the nutritional reflexes, finger modes for testing Nutrition,
Candida, De-Tox and Priorities plus section on Balancing
Less with Ezi-Kinesi CD & Booklet
& Mind Tune Up with Acupressure,
Muscle & Stress Release.
4 minute Quick Fix
combination of gentle music and guided kinesiology based techniques
for stress and body mind tuning.
1: Tune Up Routine (4 min.)
Track 2: Wind Down Routine (4min.)
combination of the fundamental kinesiological type exercises
presented in handy palm sized booklet. Pictures are in full
colour accompanied by how to explanations and what
for descriptions (purpose). There are 16 exercises in
all, from ESR to Switching to TMJ Release. A colourful handy
booklet that will appeal to all, especially children.
More Jet Lag
by Charles Krebs
Jet Lag with Acupressure
little pocket decoder from Kinesiology Researcher and Developer,
Charles Krebs has been used by thousands the world over to assist
with Jet Lag issues. Take it with you when travelling overseas
and follow the instructions to make life more comfortable crossing
those time zones. Buy single or as a pack of ten to give to
friends, clients or re sell.
$54 per pack of 12 that comes with a stand and sign.