Binary and Analogue Muscle Testing




This presentation is about a new form of muscle testing and balancing of enormous value. It takes into consideration the fact that living systems are always moving in some way or another. Traditional muscle testing in contrast is relatively static. This new, so called analog testing, takes care of that important dynamic component. The presentation is based on the findings of Alan Sales, U.K., as published by him in 1997. The practical uses of it are far reaching and might well have a big influence on how kinesiology will be practiced in the future. The method, which has already been presented last year in Zurich by Alfred Schatz, is easy, has shown enormous benefits and can be utilized immediately in any form of kinesiology.

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