Contributions from Biokinesiology



When I first met John Barton in the summer of 1979, I was impressed by the number of ways he could balance a muscle and I was intrigued by his use of at least 361 pairs of emotions. Consequently, I decided to take a 290-hour Biokinesiology Practitioner Course in 1980 at the Biokinesiology Institute in Talent, Oregon; then a subsequent 184 hours of fur- ther training between 1981 and 1988. I was invited to teach Biokinesiology overseas beginning in 1984 and over a period of years split it up into more specialized modules – Biokinetic Exercises, Energy Centers, etc., for teaching convenience.

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