Course of   kinesiology, applied and holistic

This is the first level of kinesiology, where we will learn to find the strongest indicator muscle, which we will use to test and ask about the needs of the body at that moment.
We will also learn to test the 14 main muscles by associating them with organs, acupuncture points and their meridians, vitamins, foods, and other substances that will help the client to make an integrated, holistic treatment, and always according to the applied kinesiology test.


The Muscle Wheel is a concept as simple as it is complex.

It is a system that encompasses 14 major muscles and relates them to a large number of body structures from a musculoskeletal, nutritional, energetic and emotional point of view.


In this course you will learn all the relationships between muscles, neuro-lymphatic points, neurovascular points, nutrition, vitamins, minerals, trace elements, medicinal herbal, acupuncture, emotions, causes of dysfunction, organs, , aromatherapy, sound, stress receptors, Bach flowers and reactive muscles.

2 weekends 30 hours. Course in English


Lessons of Kinesiology  course

What is the muscle wheel?
Balancing the body according to the Muscle/Organ/Meridian/Dysfunction/Emotion

The course will teach you from a point of issue of client (organic, structural, emotional on) to think and see the client in a holistic view. Doesn’t matter what is the problem but you always  will understand It under this thinking:


And working with test you will focus your therapy according the problem of these test and you correct and treat the problem..

You Will find the muscle, joint,  emotion ,the organ , the meridian .. in order to apply the best techniques yo resolve.


Balancing the body according to objectives, we will make neuro-muscular and neuro-lymphatic corrections, also releasing emotions or finding the acupuncture de point

We will learn how to test, not only the muscles, but also any other natural substance to solve the health imbalance of our client, such as Bach flowers, vitamins,  etc.

  • Supraspinatus – Conception Vessel – Brain
  • Teres Major – Governing Vessel – Spine
  • Pectoralis Major Sternal – Liver Meridian – Liver
  •  Previous Serratus – Lung Meridian – Lung
  •  Tensor Fascia Latae – Large Intestine Meridian
  •  Pectoralis Major Clavicular – Stomach Meridian
  •  Latissimus Dorsi – Spleen Meridian- Pancreas
  •  Subscapularis – Heart Meridian – Heart
  •  Quadriceps – Small Intestine Meridian
  •  Peroneus – Meridian Bladder – Urinary Bladder
  •  Psoas – Kidney Meridian -Kidney
  •  Gluteus Medius – Pericardium Meridian – Sexual/Reproductive Glands & Organs
  •  Infraspinatus – Triple Warmer/Heater Meridian – Thymus
  • Previous Deltoid – Gall Bladder Meridian – Gall Bladder

Teacher: Miguel 



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