figure Kinesiology College of Victoria

Touch for Health

  • What is Touch for Health:

    From Touch for Health Instructors Association Australia:

    “Touch for Health Kinesiology is a system of natural health care which combines muscle monitoring with the principles of Chinese medicine to assess energy and body function, applying a range of gentle, yet powerful healing techniques to improve health, wellbeing and vitality.

    Included in these programs you will learn about the many different energy systems that are in our bodies, and specific muscles that are related to them. These systems help us to maintain balance and harmony within the body.

    Simple yet powerful corrections are applied, using muscle monitoring to create balance within the meridian system of the body – on all levels. Touch for Health Kinesiology addresses the structural, nutritional and emotional stresses common in our everyday life.

    TFH Kinesiology can be learned easily by all people who are concerned with personal development and growth”.

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  • Overview:

    Please find a brief overview of what will be covered in each of the four weekends.

    • Touch for Health 1:

      Prerequisites: None

      • Muscle testing
      • 14 Muscle Balance
      • Neuro-lymphatics
      • Neuro-vasculars
      • Meridians
      • Origin / Insertion
      • Spinal Reflexes
      • Auricular Exercise
      • Visual Inhibition
      • Emotional Stress Release
      • Surrogate Testing
      • Foods for Strengthening
      • Posture Awareness
      • Simple Pain Techniques
    • Touch for Health 2:

      Prerequisites: TFH 1

      • Additional 14 muscles
      • Circuit Locating
      • Spindle Cell Mechanism
      • Golgi Tendon Apparatus
      • Acupressure Holding Points
      • Cerebro Spinal Technique
      • Yin/Yang Concept
      • Alarm Points for Over Energy
      • Meridian Wheel Balancing
      • Theory and practice of Five Elements
      • Meridian Massage
      • Meridian Walking
      • Food Testing with Sensitivity Mode
      • Cross Crawl Integration Exercise
    • Touch for Health 3:

      Prerequisites: TFH 2

      • Additional 14 muscles
      • Colour Balance
      • Goal and Emotion Balance
      • Circuit Retaining Mode
      • Facilitation and Inhibition
      • Reactive Muscle Theory and Practice
      • Sedation Techniques
      • Gait Testing
      • Past Balancing for Trauma
      • Pulses
      • Pain tapping for Chronic Pain
      • Balancing using food as correction
    • Touch for Health 4:

      Prerequisites: TFH 3

      • 42 Muscles Head to Toe Standing
      • Sound Balance
      • Acupressure Holding Point Theory
      • Luo Points
      • Time of Day Balance
      • Figure Eight Energy
      • Neuro-lymphatic Release
      • Postural Stress Release
      • Reactive Muscles Review
      • Postural Analysis