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KINESIOLOGY SCHOOLS AUSTRALIA MAGAZINE Upcoming Kinesiology Courses

Progress not perfection

By Danny Liddell

ADRENAL FATIGUE The 21st Century Stress Syndrome By Katha Jones

The Heart Meridian

Ethan’s Olympic Story From struggling 6 year old to the 2012 London Olympic Games!

By Danny Liddell

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Chi-Tonix

First Aid for Emotions

Adrenal Fatigue the 21st Century Stress Syndrome By Katha Jones

Dr Susan Eardley visits Byron Bay Campus

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What’s new in Hervey Bay?

KSA Student Section

Ethan’s Olympic Story By Danny Liddell

Neural Organization Therapy (N.O.T.) Hyperton-X

The Heart Meridian


Welcome to the first Kinesiology Schools Australia Magazine! Welcome to the first ever Kinesiology Schools Australia quarterly magazine. Our aim is to keep you up to date with news, what’s been happening at the colleges around Australia and provide some articles and information to help you learn and expand your careers. The Brisbane campus participated in the Mind Body Spirit expo in June this year, the feedback we received from the public was fantastic. Kinesiology is really starting to expand. There were 5 Kinesiology colleges there and people that had never heard of Kinesiology before the festival were talking about it. The part that made me very proud was the feedback from many people that tried the different styles. The catch phrase was, “You guys are the real deal”. It was amazing how many people made that comment, using the same words. I had a client today whose sister was at the expo and saw one of the Brisbane Diploma students. She said she didn’t know what Kinesiology was until my client had told her that she was seeing me with her son. The sister did not realise it was us that she visited at the expo. She was blown away and couldn’t stop raving about it. My client was very happy to tell her that these are the people she brings her son to. I think that this says a lot for PKP and for Kinesiology Schools Australia and for how far we have come as a modality. Some courses are made up of bits and pieces from different modalities. A small course here and a small course there thrown together to teach some Kinesiology skills. Many of these small courses are good little courses, but the problem is that they are small little courses. They are designed to work by themselves, PKP on the other hand is an integrated course from start to finish and on completion of the Certificate IV you have everything you need to go out an really start helping people! Dr Bruce Dewe had the foresight to think outside the square and develop a course designed to teach you, the students, excellent techniques with a very workable protocol that delivers results. Thank you Dr Dewe. As the people at the Mind Body Spirit Festival said, we are the real deal. As for the future of Kinesiology Schools Australia, every 5 years the National Training Authority changes its course requirements and 2013 is the 5 year mark. This means that there may be changes to the Certificate and Diploma from how it is at present. If you are thinking about whether to do the Diploma soon or wait a year or two I would suggest starting it now or in 2013. If you wait then there may be extra units added. We look forward to bringing you more Kinesiology Schools Australia quarterly magazines in the future, we hope that you enjoy them, and make sure you let us know if there is anything else you would like added! Yours In Health,

Danny Liddell Chief Executive Officer Kinesiology Schools Australia

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Progress is Better than Perfection For the last couple of years, as CEO of Kinesiology Schools Australia, I have been looking for reasons why many Kinesiologists struggle to make a full time career out of their studies. There are a few reasons, not just one. We just need to find them then act on them and do what is needed. There is no doubt we have such a magnificent modality in Kinesiology. Many people study the various forms of Kinesiology each year yet like many professions there are only a few of these that can say they have a successful career in Kinesiology. The numbers are improving and thankfully I am one of them. We need to change this. There is room in every city and town throughout Australia for a lot more Kinesiologists.

“Why don’t more people successfully take the step from student to practitioner and then practitioner to full time professional?” The questions must be asked, “Why isn’t Kinesiology known in every household?” and “Why don’t more people successfully take the step from student to practitioner and then practitioner to full time professional?” These questions are easy to ask but the answers seem to be missed or overlooked, or they are simply put into the too hard basket. This is the first of a few articles on this subject. My aim is to have many more successful Kinesiologists in every town within the next

By Danny Liddell CEO Kinesiology Schools Australia few years. Our thought process is one reason, lack of business and marketing knowledge is another. I will discuss these and other reasons in future articles. Over the 2012 Christmas - New Year break I made my way through Vietnam watching the locals make the change from communism to a tourist economy. For a few days I stayed at the Village Resort in Hoi An. No-one else stayed there except my family and the locals. It was in an excellent location, spacious, cheap and full of potential overlooking the river. Walking into town I booked into a cycling tour of the area. The owner proactively showed interest and asked me where I was staying. I told him and with a look of surprise he asked me, where did I hear about this place? He said no-one stays there so I asked him why. His wisdom gave me insight into one of the big reasons holding Kinesiology back from the mainstream public and restricting the success of many practitioners. He replied that the owner of the resort was an old school friend of his. The friend studied and worked in the US as a pharmacist before returning to Vietnam a very rich man. The pharmacist friend purchased the hotel and wanted to keep the hotel in the old traditions of Vietnam. The pharmacist wanted to preserve the traditional ways so that people can experience them for years to come. Like many new Kinesiologists he had good intent led by his desire and beliefs but lost his market because his vision took people out of their comfort zone. This meant not having the flexibility to allow the comforts of any modern cultures. In doing this many people were not willing to experience ANY of his

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traditional culture and therefore missed out all together. As Kinesiologists we want the best for our clients and know how much we can help them. Fast changes often require the client to step outside their comfort zone. Forcing people into our beliefs too quickly or deeply can do the same. With many of our clients we need to gently ease them into emotions and past age regression etc. Amongst other things the resort staff did not speak English and, just like Kinesiology to the uneducated, they did not understand. What I have discovered over the years, both in Kinesiology and when I travel, is that when people don’t understand something they feel inferior and turn away from it. When people don’t understand, it makes them feel uneasy and uncomfortable and would prefer to pretend it is not there or not get involved. The unknown definitely takes people out of their comfort zone. Similarly many of us Kinesiologists put on our blinkers and see things the way we want to. We see what good natural health provides and

“There is room in every city and town throughout Australia for a lot more Kinesiologists.” become quite inflexible to the lifestyles and wants of our clients. We see only what the indicator muscle presents and what we believe. Often we forget what our client wants and the pace they are willing to make the required changes. The cycling tour owner on the other hand looked into what the clients want. He asked questions and listened to the answers. He and his staff spoke good English. He supplied plenty of water and picked people up from their hotels to make it easier for them. They provided good explanations about every sight we saw along the way and recommended restaurants and other things to do. We all felt comfortable with him and what he did. We knew what to expect and there were no unpleasant surprises. He took us to places that extended our comfort zone at OUR pace by starting in OUR comfort zone. Everyone on the tour heard about his business from other tourists who were also comfortable enough to

Kinesiology can take some people out of their comfort zone, like me riding this ostrich!

recommend him. .... By the way his business is thriving. To be a successful Kinesiologist the clients wants and needs must be considered or like the Vietnamese pharmacist there will be no clients or business. The general public want to feel familiar with what they buy. This is why McDonalds advertise so much. Or is it that they have great products??? If you take customers out of their comfort zone too quickly human nature tends to make them feel uncomfortable as we don’t like it out of their comfort zone. Then the potential client will not buy and instead become defensive. If they are familiar with what they expect then they will happily buy. Ask any good marketer…. people buy emotions, not needs. In December 2011 I attended a course run by a gentleman named Dale Beaumont. Dale made a comment that I believe could be a good motto for Kinesiologists. “PROGRESS IS BETTER THAN PERFECTION”. Keep it in mind. Don’t take people out of their comfort zone too quickly. Find their pace and expand their belief system at a pace they are willing to progress. This is the first article on this subject. More will follow. Let’s get Kinesiologist into a professional mindset so that you have the success you deserve. Danny Liddell CEO and Brisbane Campus Principal Kinesiology Schools Australia

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Kinesiology Schools Australia Byron Bay Campus Upcoming Courses With Parijat Wismer www.wellness.net.au 02 6685 7991

Chi-Tonix — Take charge of your Stress Response — Sunday July 29 2012 Many people

find it difficult to take time out,

meditate and relax when they are in the middle of a stressful time. Often they worry about not coping or they perform below their capabilities, because stress reactions take priority over any creative problem solving. People may only realize that they are stressed by the time they get sick and accident prone, or they make u n w i s e d e c i s i o n s . Chi-Tonix teaches you how to reduce stress rapidly while things are happening. Immediately improve your sense of being in charge of your life and your reactions to stress. Prevent overwhelm and stress related illness. Some of what you’ll be learning:   

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Why we need a new way of handling stress Prevent and know how to create resilience How to take responsibility for your stress response and attend to it with awareness and focus Create new habits that work in your favour Be pro-active, take stress as a normal part of life and help yourself be more balanced, so you handle it better How to take effective action to reduce stress fast Quick fixes Medium fixes Long-term fixes Putting things in perspective

How to use nutrition to strengthen you during stressful times

‘Knowing how to deal with stress on the run can make a massive positive difference in challenging situations’ This is a great opportunity to learn these tools for life. Parijat recommends that all her clients and students take this class, as they become much more able to deal with stress when it does arise. There is new material in this workshop, not covered by Cert IV or Diploma. If you are a natural health practitioner in any way, a nurse, doctor, teacher, counsellor, you are in a job that means communicating and working with people, a team leader or parent, this course is applicable in your job. Your investment in this course is $195, which includes your manual and GST.

Call now to enrol, early bird fee paid by July 10th is $170


First Aid for Emotions – Byron Bay – Saturday July 28 2012 Emotional trauma and pain is part of everyday life for many people. How it is handled by yourself and others, determines if the emotional injury heals or is suppressed and healing is slow or incomplete.

Have you ever felt ill at ease talking to someone after they have had bad news, had a loss or are not coping? Many people feel helpless when someone else is in emotional o v e r w h e l m . The chance is that people around a traumatized person close off or get distressed as well, which makes it more difficult to support the person in emotional pain.

Emotional pain not attended to properly can be locked away for years to come and affect all kinds of choices people make. It can limit your potential 20 years later! Many people stop taking good care of themselves when life gets painful and distressing. This can have negative consequences down the track, like illness or relationship stress. The Self-help course ‘First Aid for Emotions’ gives you a clear protocol of how to assist. Just as physical first aid has a protocol of what to do and in which order, you will be able to follow this guidance easily and effectively. You can learn how to keep yourself safe and centred , connected with you own inner wisdom and resources. Giving appropriate emotional first aid will gently assist a person towards natural healing, rather than scarring and creating illness down the track. You will go home with 

a manual and protocol that you can apply immediately with yourself and your loved ones, or anyone else that you choose to help. You will learn how loving support changes the way the person deals with the injury. There are many valuable techniques for your toolkit for life. This workshop gives you tools that work, are practical and can be applied by anyone. You will know what to do and what not to do, how to listen with compassion and help the person be present. You will take home an Emergency Remedy, either

with essences or a Vibrational Oil, and instructions of how and when to use it. One of the gems in the workshop is the ‘Organ Integration’ which helps people ‘come back to themselves’ after being in shock. You are connecting holding points on the body with their associated organ and you speak words that ease the stress. You will also learn some great techniques to release anger safely, without weakening your immune system. Changing emotions through colour is empowering, the application of stories helpful.

‘I feel a lot more able to deal with someone who is experiencing trauma, crisis or distress. I’ve gained a lot, tools, methods, ideas and creative ways to help people through their ‘hard’ times. I think the methods will really help me heal and de-traumatize also. Thank you for your wisdom.’ Edda ‘I am now in control, as I have tools to deal with my traumas’ Vicky ‘I am more comfortable when I’m ‘doing something’, I now can do more, rather than just being there. I have a deeper understanding of what people may experience and how I can help them to not remain stuck in the numb state that follows trauma. I would recommend the course to everyone, as we never know from one moment to the next, when we may be thrown into the middle of an emotional trauma. Emotional ‘life saving’ skills are invaluable. Yvonne Your investment in this course is $195, which includes your manual and remedy. If you are a Cert IV or Diploma student with us please ask us about your student special. Who should take the course? Everyone, just as we all should take physical first aid. Attending gives you 8 hours CPE points, doing homework and completing a separate assessment gives you 15 hours communication. Call now to enrol, early bird fee paid by July 10th is $170 7


Adrenal Fatigue the 21st Century Stress Syndrome By Katha Jones Principal Kinesiology Schools Australia Sydney Campus

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80% of people living in the industrialised countries, yet this debilitating health problem has been largely ignored by the medical community. Dr. James L. Wilson coined the term “Adrenal Fatigue” in 1998 to identify a group of signs and symptoms that people experience as a result of suboptimal adrenal function. The lack of optimal adrenal performance is often associated with the effects of long term stress on the endocrine system of the human body. “Adrenal fatigue” (AF) is a label sometimes applied to a collection of non -specific medically unexplained symptoms, but it is not a medical condition recognised by the mainstream medical community.

modern high stress lifestyle will be greatly reduced and “Burning the candle at both ends” is a safe ticket to experience adrenal exhaustion and burnout further down the track. Frequent excessive cortisol production caused by a stressful lifestyle can affect both mental and emotional development. Recent studies have shown that children who were exposed to frequent stress experienced short attention span, poor memory and persistent learning problems. This is not surprising as one of the long term impacts of chronically elevated cortisol levels is shrinkage of the hippocampus, a part of the brain involved in learning and short term memory consolidation.

“The hectic lifestyle of the 21st century is taking its toll on peoples’ health around the world.” In my practice AF is one of the most common underlying causes for a number of other related health problems presented by my clients. The symptoms are often chronic and unresolved after the client has sought help from other alternative health care practitioners and general medical practitioners. The client is desperately looking for answers to their poor state of health and array of debilitating and persistent symptoms.

The hectic lifestyle of the 21st century is taking its toll on peoples’ health around the world. Rapid changing technology, cyberspace communication instead of human contact, multitasking with increasing demands and expectations at work, living life to the max and having very little time for reflection, rest and recuperation will eventually jeopardise one’s natural energy reservoir. Our ability to deal with the constant changes of our 8

Higher and more prolonged levels of circulating cortisol due to chronic stress have been shown to have a myriad of negative effects, such as: 1. 2.

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Blood sugar imbalances such as hyperglycemia Diabetes: prolonged blood sugar imbalances can lead to insulin resistance – excessive cortisol lowers the responsiveness of our cells’ insulin receptors (Langerhans cells) as well as the hungerinducing hormone, leptin Impaired cognitive performance and poor memory


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Increased abdominal fat, which has a stronger correlation to certain health problems than the fat deposited in other areas of the body. Some of the health problems associated with increased abdominal fat are heart attacks, strokes, increased levels of bad LDL cholesterol 5. Decreased bone density 6. Decreased muscle mass and connective tissue 7. Sleep disruption (insomnia) 8. Mild depression: high cortisol has been shown to suppress the production of the neurotransmitter serotonin, the “feel good” hormone 9. Elevated blood pressure (hypertension) 10. Lowered immune function 11. Prone to immune mismatch responses (allergies) 12. Slow wound healing Chronically lower levels of circulating cortisol as in adrenal fatigue have been associated with negative

days. It is affecting people of all ages, backgrounds and social demographics compromising their quality of life in many ways. In order to understand how specialised kinesiology can assist the recovery process and restore proper function to the delicate endocrine system, let us examine the human physiology of the endocrine system first.

How Stress affects the Adrenal Glands We recognise two kinds of stress. Hans Seyle has coined the terms Eustress (good stress) and Distress (bad stress). Prolonged unresolved distress is damaging and detrimental to our physical, emotional and mental wellbeing and ultimately to our longevity. Understanding our bodies’ physiological response to perceived stressors in our daily lives will help you as a practitioner to work more efficiently with your clients and ensure their fast recovery. The two adrenal glands are endocrine glands involved with our innate Fight and Flight response. Their function is to help our physiology adapt to the stressors (real or imagined) triggered by our experiences in life. They are made up of two divisions: the outer cortex and the inner medulla. The cortex produces cortisol, a

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Brain fog, cloudy-headedness Low thyroid function Blood sugar imbalances such as hypoglycaemia Fatigue: especially in the morning and midafternoon Sleep disruption Low blood pressure Lowered immune function Inflammation

In my practice the percentage of clients presenting with adrenal fatigue issues has tripled over the last few years. These figures are proof that suboptimal adrenal function, referred to as mild adrenal insufficiency, hypoadrenal or adrenal fatigue is extremely common these

hormone that influences inflammation, wound healing, allergic reactions and a diverse spectrum of diseases ranging from lupus to asthma and arthritis. The medulla also releases a powerful hormone into our blood – adrenalin. This secretion has a direct and pervasive effect on our nervous system, more 9


specifically the sympathetic nervous system. Adrenalin belongs to a group of chemicals called catecholamines, which have a profound effect on our sense of wellbeing and energy levels. The pharmaceutical industry produces drugs which mimic catecholamines and they are used to treat depression. However, these chemicals can not only remedy your low mood and energy levels and induce an artificial “high” they can also dramatically increase your heart rate and make you sweat more. Whenever adrenal function is suboptimal, there is a tendency to develop hypoglycaemia, low blood pressure, low body temperature and a general feeling of exhaustion and uneasiness. Exercise becomes more difficult to sustain and endurance diminishes. In fact, adrenal exhaustion has been linked to chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and immune dysfunction. A poor diet can increase your susceptibility to Adrenal Fatigue

the “Female Stress Syndrome”, believes that “weak links” could be the cause. She identifies these weak links as “vulnerable points” in our psyche and body, created by poor diet and lifestyle choices, accidents, childhood experiences and our genetic make-up. Each one of us has a natural stress tolerance, the ability to handle life’s constant ups and downs and what we perceive as stressful, challenging, annoying or threatening. Someone might feel challenged by having to deal with constant deadlines at work, a toxic work environment and financial pressure whereas your best friend finds it difficult to control their pubescent teenager or spouse’s irrational spending habits. Our individual stress tolerance depends on a number of factors:          

Anyone can experience adrenal fatigue at some time in his or her life. However, there are factors that increase your susceptibility to AF. These include a hectic lifestyle with poor diet, lack of sleep or relaxation, substance abuse, chronic illness, repeated infections or maternal adrenal fatigue during gestation. There are endless sources of stress we all experience on a daily basis. The question is why do some of us handle stress so much better than others? All of us are equipped at birth with the essentials for managing stress. Dr. Georgia Witkin-Lanoil, author of 10

Does your “Inner Critic” dictate everything you do and keep raising the bar? Is your “Perfectionist” never satisfied with your achievements and constantly strives for more? Are your reactions triggered by unresolved fears from old references in the past? Low self-esteem: Am I good enough? Do I have to work harder and harder to please others? Genetic predisposition (maternal influences, AF during gestation) Your constitution (strong or weak) Current nutritional status Access to effective stress management techniques Support from family and friends and other support groups

Keep your Inner Critic in check


Professional Kinesiology Practice (PKP) approach to balancing Adrenal Fatigue and Restoring Homeostasis to the Endocrine System. (developed by Dr Bruce & Joan Dewe) The balances need to address the client’s learnt conditioned reaction to how they currently don’t handle the demands in their life, modifying the automatic stress loop, establishing effective stress defusion and coping techniques such as Emotional Stress Release (E.S.R for past-present-future events or Frontal Occipital Holding, Worry Box, Grounding Road, Role Play, Positive Language Reframing to name but a few). PKP offers 3 specialised finger modes that deal with adrenal problems and enables the practitioner to assess the current state of stress and overload. Based on Hans Seyle’s “General Adaption Syndrome” there are three distinct stages of stress responses:

1. Alarm Phase (Fight & Flight response) Personal Ecology 1a: Adrenal Alert without Action 2. Adaptation (Resistance) Phase Personal Ecology 1b: Adrenal Vigilance 3. Exhaustion Phase Personal Ecology 1c: Adrenal Exhaustion The PKP protocol is an effective and logical sequence of: 

Balancing the adrenals by assessing the function of all adrenals muscles (sartorius, gastrocnemius, gracilis, soleus) and the central nervous system (CV; supraspinatus and GV: teres major) Clearing the unresolved perceived stress (conscious or subconscious) with appropriate age recession (specified or non- specified) to improve the client’s “adaptation energy”, the ability to handle futures stressors with more ease Discussing realistic lifestyle changes with client: learn to meditate, have at least 3 early nights a week (retire no later than 10 pm), join a social group to deal with isolation or loneliness, terminate a toxic relationship, refer to a financial advisor to consolidate debts. The first

step is always the most important step to ensure the client’s recovery. Educating the client about the need for recovery and adequate healing time. There is no quick fix and patience is required. Depending on the severity of AF it can take from 3-6 months to fully recover and regain the zest for life. Monitoring your client’s new lifestyle regime and encourage them to have a follow up session each month until their life energy is back to 100% and the stress is 0% Dietary changes:  Avoid stimulants such as tea and coffee (they add stress to the already tired adrenal glands)  Eat breakfast within one hour of waking, lunch between 11.30 am – 12.00 pm (avoid having lunch after 1.30 pm) and dinner between 5-6 pm.  Have smaller nutritious meals with a good source of protein frequently throughout the day. Nutritional support: eating the right foods and a high quality supplement regime ensure a fast recovery from AF. A number of important nutrients are required to counteract the damaging effects of stress to the nervous system and kick start proper adrenal function. During times of stress our nutritional requirements quadruple. It is impossible to ingest all essential nutrients from our diet alone.

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Essential nutrients that support Triple Warmer meridian and Adrenal Function: Vitamin C : the adrenal gland is one of the organs with the highest vitamin C concentration on the body and is depleted from the adrenal cortex upon high cortisol secretion. It is required for the biosynthesis of noradrenalin from dopamine and the biosynthesis of steroid hormones. It is also involved in the synthesis of neurotransmitters such as dopamine. Some chronic fatigue sufferers (CFS) have been shown to have an 80 % reduction in normal levels of vitamin C. Vitamin C is a water- soluble vitamin which needs to be obtained through our diet and/or high quality natural food concentrates in order to counteract the nutritional deficiency. In my practice my clients have achieved remarkable results by using the GNLD wholefood concentrates (WFC) . It is absolutely crucial to supply the body with food based supplements rather than synthetic products as they provide optimum cellular nutrition with the highest life energy and biochemical support. Vitamin B1 (Thiamin): an essential cofactor in the production of adrenal hormones. It is essential for energy production in the brain, therefore mental efficiency and a feeling of well-being are dependent on this nutrient. B1 plays a crucial role in the metabolism of glucose, so that even a mild deficiency can result in apathy. It protects the adrenal glands from functional exhaustion secondary to surgery. Thiamine injections (120mg/day), starting several days prior to surgery and within 2 hours immediately prior to surgery, reduced the cortisol reaction, both prior to and at the height of surgery.

Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic acid) : is known as the “antistress” vitamin and plays an important role in adrenal function and cellular metabolism. Vitamin B5 as coenzyme A (CoA) is needed for proper adrenal cortex function. It supports the adrenal glands in manufacturing of cortisone (pre-cursor of cortisol) and other adrenal hormones that counteract the stress response. It enhances attention span, memory recall and learning. Vitamin B6: is an essential cofactor in the production of adrenal hormones. It plays a critical role in brain function as it is involved in the synthesis of all amino acid neurotransmitters (e.g. serotonin, dopamine, melatonin, epinephrine, norepinephrine, GABA etc). It supports optimum nervous system function and influences cognitive function. It is the “anxiety & stress” vitamin. Phytonutrients “Tre-enen” (lipids and sterols) Lipids and sterols are vital to our physical and mental/ emotional wellbeing They are needed by the mitochondria and adrenal glands to produce sustained energy. This is a unique plant based product made from wheat, soy and rice, phytonutrients that are increasingly missing in our modern Western diet. These lipids and sterols have a harmonising effect on the entire endocrine system and also balance the reproductive system and important neuro-transmitters in the brain. Only available through GNLD International (www.gnld.com.au). Omega 3 Essential Fatty Acids (Salmon Oil Plus) Omega 3 essential fatty acids are crucial to restore balance to the triple warmer meridian (adrenals) and the phospholipid layer of our cell membranes. They are also natural anti-inflammatory nutrients reducing the production of prostaglandins. They are beneficial for allergy sufferers (immune mismatch responses), skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and depression, including post-natal depression.

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Adrenal Fatigue Case Study (Female, 55) I would like to share one of my client’s remarkable recovery from adrenal exhaustion. Her journey is a typical example of someone whose state of health had deteriorated dramatically over a short period of a couple of months due to an accumulation of several stress factors that had built up. My client (K.M.) is 55 years old, married with 2 grown up children and in full-time employment. She has a melancholic temperament and has been prone to bouts of depression in the past, especially in winter. She had a habit of retiring quite late (around midnight) as her husband likes to stay up late. She ignored her body’s initial signs of fatigue around 9.30 pm and forced herself to stay awake. Here is a list of symptoms she presented with in my practice: recent anxiety attack and inability to cope with her daily responsibilities at work and at home. Palpitations and racing mind with constant worrying thoughts, noticeable weight loss (she had lost 4 kg and weighed only 48 kg instead of her normal 52 kg). Extreme fear about her poor state of health combined with an inability to relax or switch off. She had consulted a medical practitioner a few days prior to our session and she explained how worried she was as the GP had no proper diagnosis or concrete answers for her deteriorating physical, mental and emotional health. The GP’s advice was to take it easy for a little while and give it some time – it will probably pass. She had 4 PKP balances over a period of 4 ½ months (July -November) and experienced progressive improvements after each balance. She learnt effective stress management techniques to change her self- talk, gained a lot of important insights about the importance of healthy boundaries during this time of healing. Session 1: July 2009 The goal for the first session was “I am calm and relaxed and in control and have high vitality and zest for life”. Her available LE (life energy) towards the goal was only 13% and she was holding 99% stress over it. We needed to clear her “willingness” on a subconscious emotional level first. Her anxiety evolved around her subconscious fear of illness. She started menstruating at age 12 which was a rather unpleasant experience for my client. Her religious

and constantly depressed mother didn’t explain anything to her daughter and the whole experience left her traumatised and terrified. She thought she was going to die as she didn’t understand the natural process of menstruation. Several finger modes showed in this session, Emotional 5b – Colour gels and Structure 5 – 42 muscle balance which we cleared using the Shell essence sequence. After clearing a subconscious sabotage program “I can’t help being violent” her LE increased to 72% and the stress reduced to 53% . She could relate to this program immediately as her familiar though patterns can be quite destructive and violent towards herself. The adrenal function increased from 10% to 42% at this stage of the balance. Personal Ecology 1c : Adrenal exhaustion was the first finger mode and the emotion involved was “passive- self to self”. She related this emotion to her debilitating state of apathy and lethargy resulting from her constant fear of getting sick and heightened state of alertness. She needed nutritional home support: 3 tablets of Tre-en-en (lipids and sterols) morning and evening and 12 tablets of vitamin E daily for 2 months. Follow up session in 10 days. We also agreed on having 4 early nights a week retiring around 10 pm instead of 12 pm. Session 2: August 2009 K.M. is feeling more relaxed about life and more in control of her mental and physical state although she still finds it difficult to unwind and relax after work. Her irrational fear of becoming seriously ill and dying is rather intense and there is also a feeling of “What is life all about?” This indicates a state of mild depression. She is worried about her daily negative self-talk and obsessive thoughts. She lost her appetite and finds it difficult to eat regularly. We balanced her centering reflexes (electrical 2a cloacals), which are often out of balance when we are not coping well with life’s pressures. Balancing the cloacals helps any chronic conditions, increases life energy and enables the nervous system to return to a state of homoestasis. Personal ecology 1 b – Adrenal vigilance presented next. She is using up a lot of adrenal energy by constantly worrying about everything. She complains about being too tired to cook dinner for her 13


family in the evening. Nutritional support of vitamin C is required (1 tablet of 455 mg three times daily for 2 months). This supports the adrenal cortex and helps to counteract excessive cortisol levels. Omega 3 essential fatty acids (Salmon Oil Plus), lipids and sterols (Tre-enen) and a protein supplement containing all 22 amino acids were also part of her nutritional support program. Follow up 5 weeks. Session 3 : September 2009 K.M. is feeling emotionally and physically a lot better and has put on weight since our last session 5 weeks ago. Her chronic fear of sickness has lessened and is now less frequent. She is still concerned about the future and concerned about the health of her entire family. The goal for this session was “I am relaxed, enjoy the present moment and release all unsupportive patterns of fear”. The subconscious emotion involved was “anxiety” in the amygdala. An unresolved issue with her daughter (32) needed to be addressed first. My client feels manipulated by her daughter’s emotional patterns and experiences a lot of guilt and failure as a mother. Her daughter displays the same neurotic patterns of excessive worrying and high levels of anxiety and she feels powerless to help her. We also cleared a sabotage program with a specified age recession at age 6 from the governing meridian (nervous system): “I can listen”. The emotional context related to her lack of self-respect and lack of confidence she could easily relate to. A reactive meridian pattern in relation to self -love needed to be cleared next. Lung meridian was the reactor and central vessel was reactive to it. For home support I made up a Bach Flower blend with Red Chestnut (for her constant worries and over-concern for others’ wellbeing and safety) and Pine (for her feelings of guilt and selfreproach about her daughter’s psychological problems). Follow up 8 weeks.

The goal for this session was: “I am okay and 100% confident to enjoy my health and wellbeing on all levels.” Muscle stretch response (Personal ecology 5+) of the left supraspinatus (CV) came up first. When she feels overstretched or challenged by situations she doubts her ability to cope and deal with the situation. We also cleared a psychological reversal about the subconscious belief that “My life is a projection of warmth” in the kidney meridian (K 27). The emotional context was terror. She remembered being very close to her grandmother who died when she was only 5 years old which was a terrifying experience for her. This was the causal time of this irrational fear of dying that had troubled her for decades. A reactive meridian pattern between small intestine (reactor) and spleen (reactive) in relation to her self-doubt needed to be cleared. Excessive worrying depletes the energy in the spleen meridian. The home reinforcement was meditation twice a week for 20 minutes. The life energy was restored to 100% and the stress “0”. References: Adrenal Fatigue, Dr James L. Wilson, ND, DC, PhD The Female Stress Syndrome, Dr Georgia Witkin-Lanoil InterClinical Laboratories Newsletter (volume 14, number 1, March/ April 2010) Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis seminar with InterClinical Laboratories Resources: Books: Adrenal Fatigue, Dr James L. Wilson, ND, DC, PhD (available from Equilibrium) The Female Stress Syndrome, Dr Georgia Witkin-Lanoil Websites:

Session 4: November 2009

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K.M. is back to her normal self. She looks radiant and energetic and her demeanour is calm and collected. She regained her normal weight, works out 3 times a week at the gym and her energy levels had greatly improved. Her sleeping pattern is regular and she enjoys going to bed earlier feeling well rested and refreshed in the morning. She confides that she dislikes drinking sufficient water during the day and finds it a nuisance.

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Katha Jones Kinesiology Schools Australia Sydney Campus http://www.iikinesiology.com/ (02) 4648 0505


Dr Susan Eardley PhD visits Kinesiology Schools Australia Byron Bay Campus

Kinesiology Schools Australia Byron Bay provides some of the best training available in the world. The Cert IV and Diploma in Kinesiology are nationally accredited. Kinesiology gives each person individual support, as indicated by body feed-back. For the same condition, one person may receive muscle balancing work and postural alignment, another will detoxify or correct nutritional issues, heal emotional pain from the past, learn better coping mechanisms, deal with fears and phobias, balance the acupuncture meridians, work with essences or improve energy pathways. As Parijat explains, ‘it is truly holistic health care in action’

Dr. Susan Eardley

Kinesiology is fast becoming a sought after health profession. Dr Eardley is a Research Fellow at the University of Southampton (England) Faculty of Medicine. She is part of a research team exploring Complex Medical Systems.

You can experience Kinesiology and observe demonstrations when Parijat presents her free ‘Discover Kinesiology’ 3 hour experience on Sat 26th Jan 2013 from 2-5pm. www.wellness.net.au

Dr Eardley has completed a research project into the management of chronic low back pain using the same Kinesiology protocols as are taught right here in Byron B a y . Y e s , i t w o r k e d . The study was a pragmatic, randomised, controlled trial of Kinesiology protocols for low back pain which demonstrated large effect sizes which were greater than other complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) including Acupuncture, Chiropractic, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Standard Care. This is the first rigorous study of Kinesiology that has ever been conducted and is the result of seven years work. The head of the Southampton University department described the project as one of the best PhD studies ever produced in the school and the external examiners congratulated Susan on an outstanding piece of academic work that was of major importance in the field of CAM. Susan visited the Byron School earlier this year and shared her knowledge with Parijat Wismer, Principal of Kinesiology Schools Australia (KSA) Byron Bay campus and a senior faculty member of the International College of Professional Kinesiology Practice (ICPKP). They last met in Germany several years ago when training with Dr Bruce Dewe from NZ, who is the creative mind behind the ICPKP system used in the study.

Kinesiology Schools Australia Byron Bay Campus Classroom

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What’s happening in Hervey Bay? Hervey Bay used to be a group of little fishing villages 3 hours north of the Sunshine Coast. In case you’ve not visited recently it is now a “bustling” city of 50,000 people and lucky for the locals they are enjoying the kinesiology expertise of Susan Koschel-Gatenby. Susan is the Principal of Kinesiology Schools Australia, Hervey Bay Campus. Susan’s clinical work is very family orientated, helping to bring peace and harmony to the household. We’ve seen some amazing transformations of children, and some very happy parents. Susan has also begun offering small workshops for families to come and play, learn and switch their brains on. This gives them a taste of learning kinesiology and helps bring peace and calm too.

Helping Kids Workshop – Hervey Bay Saturday 28th July 10am -11.30am Come with your children (best suited for ages 5 -10) Cost: $50 a family Ph: 07 4128 4331 This is a hands on workshop where Susan will teach you activities to help switch your brain on, slow things down (or speed things up!). You'll learn some self calming activities, and how to use your own body to test yourself or on behalf of your child. It is a free flowing session where you get to have a go and see how it feels. You will receive some take home sheets and some suggested activities to practice regularly to bring peace and calm to your home. Bring your kids and we'll get them participating and having fun! Bookings essential, places limited.

Kinesiology Schools Australia Hervey Bay Campus Susan Koschel-Gatenby

Certificate IV in Kinesiology Starting Tuesdays July 10 and Weekends July 14

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HLT42807 Certificate IV in Kinesiology Brisbane Campus Starting in September 2012 Kinesiology Schools Australia offers the most comprehensive, student-centred training in Kinesiology worldwide. The Kinesiology components of KSA courses are written by Bruce and Joan Dewe, authors of the ICPKP International Kinesiology Diploma. There are three programs within PKP, the CERTIFICATE IV in Kinesiology, the DIPLOMA in Kinesiology and Post Graduate Studies. This is truly an exciting course.

Certificate IV Information Evening Wednesday August 15th 6pm– 8:30pm 9/57 Gawain Road Bracken Ridge, QLD 4017 (07 3261 5432 office@kinesiologyschools.com.au Bookings Essential

Coming Soon….. “How Kinesiology Works” by Danny Liddell The long awaited guide to Kinesiology by Danny Liddell is nearly here, the book is currently going through the final stages of editing and should be available for purchase by the end of the year! To put your name down on the mailing list contact Kinesiology Schools Australia Head Office

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KSA STUDENT SECTION Over the years

Send us in your success stories to share with the rest of the college!

I have had a few conversations

with my sister about her son. They usually go something along the lines of, ‘don’t worry, it is quite normal, he will grow out of it, everyone develops at their own pace.’ As relaxed as they were trying to be, it did bother them, they had had conversations with nurses, doctors, homeopaths, chiropractors and most recently a specialist. You see, he is now 12 and still wets the bed regularly. The longest he has ever gone is 7 days without wetting, and he has never woken himself to go to the toilet. In fact, my sister and husband can’t even rouse him from sleep. It prevents him from enjoying sleepovers and now, the catalyst of dread for a 12 year old boy in his situation, a 5 day school camp looming on the horizon of this year, just waiting to envelope him with dread and the terror of being ‘found out’. 2 wks ago my sister asked me if I thought I could help him. Phew, that felt like a big ask. All these ‘professionals’ had not been able to motivate any change, I am six months into the 12 month certificate course for BKP, what am I going to be able to do? I am certainly not feeling very ‘professional’…..yet! So I gratefully accepted the invitation, all the while assuring her, and myself, that I still have my ‘learners permit’, and that it might require the expertise of someone with a little more experience than me! Having only just learnt the full ‘Basic’ balance and considering I was working on a child, I took the easiest route available! Lol, back to BKP 103! It took 30 mins to go through the Yin-One-Point balance, the Sound balance and the Colour balance. It was a little bit of show and tell for my sister’s benefit too, but I thought my nephew might enjoy the Sound and Colour balances. In the very least, perhaps it will make the balance more complete by including more activities. All in all I was very happy and relaxed with the way the balance progressed but in conclusion, I was disappointed with the life energy and stress level resolution. I suggested that I thought it would be a good idea if she found a more experienced practitioner, closer to her 18

Email us at office@kinesiologyschools.com.au home, and have a follow up consultation. My nephew slept in the car on the way home and then went to bed early that evening, much to my sisters disappointment. In the world of the mother of a bed wetter this is not a good omen for a dry night. So you can imagine her jaw dropping amazement, when her son rose one hour later to take himself off to the toilet for the first time in his life!

I cautiously and humbly, played it down with my sister, but once I was off the phone, it was high fives all round. Yeah! For me this was a huge success. Not expecting it to last, I was just so happy that I was able to get such a positive result with so little experience and so quickly! Danny had said close to the end of the BKP 103 unit that we now already have as many, if not more techniques than some of the other disciplines of kinesiology. I find it ironic that it was this unit I chose to work with and was able to get such a positive result with when I was doubting myself against all the other ‘professionals’, who had failed. It has been 2 wks now, he has woken himself 4 times in that time, and he has wet the bed just once. Even further to add to that, he has been easier to get along with and has spontaneously found the ability to diffuse his righteousness. This is an unexpected bonus, from a goal that simply stated ‘My brain goes through its daily processes easily.’


And now, I do expect it will last! My sister wants to and is willing to travel for 3 hours to have all her boys balanced, and she must be just raving about kinesiology to anyone who will listen, and particularly about me. You can’t buy advertising like that!

Congratulations to all of our recent Certificate IV & Diploma in Kinesiology graduates!!!

What a lovely surprise to know that already I have the knowledge that could change someone’s life. Even nicer for me, that I could do that for my nephew and my sister. These experiences, and many other successes I have had with other people who have bravely put their bodies on my table in the name of ‘practice’, build the confidence of a ‘professional’. So I say, never say no. Never think someone else can do more than you, and have a go.

Allison Robinson

Sydney Campus

Certificate IV Student Kinesiology Schools Australia, Brisbane Campus

“Fantastic Ally, Just goes to show how wonderful and powerful PKP is. Keep up your good work and trust yourself. You are learning excellent techniques and skills. You have showed you were willing to give it a go and as a result have not only helped your sister and nephew but have stepped out of your comfort zone and as a result helped them have a better quality of life. Not even the doctors or specialists were able to do what you have done. Just think of what you can achieve once you have completed your certificate IV. …..You will happily be blown away with what you can do once you graduate with your Diploma.“

Brisbane Campus

“This goes to show that what you are studying and putting into practice is the ‘Real Deal’” Well done Ally.

Danny Liddell Kinesiology Schools Australia CEO

SE Melbourne Campus

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Ethan’s Olympic Story Elite Athlete and Olympic Diver Ethan Warren’s journey from struggling 6 year old to the 2012 London Olympic Games! By Danny Liddell, CEO Kinesiology Schools Australia

When Ethan was 6 years old his parents knew he was struggling. He had an illness from which the doctors told his parents that he would not be able to play sport. Assessments also showed he had the mental aptitude of a Ethan Warren and diving partner Matthew Mitcham with 4½ year old. They were basically told, your child is always their Silver Medals at the 2010 Delhi Commonwealth going to struggle and be behind at school and he won’t be able to play sport. Just get him comfortable and content to being taught and could keep up with the teachers. His spend his days as a couch potato. These were not the short and long term memory was now able to remember words they used but it was the message they gave. and retrieve the information he was being taught. To their credit, Ethan’s parents did not accept that he Suddenly school became a lot easier and his self esteem couldn’t learn and decided to look for help. They took him grew in confidence. Ethan was like a new child. The child to tutoring where he was re-assessed every 8 weeks. A he always was but tuned up like a high performance mental aptitude of a 4½ year old at the age of 6 is not a vehicle. great way to start your early schooling life, but I saw Ethan a couple of times over the next 2 years to unfortunately it is quite common. make sure he was on track. He had progressed from the After 8 weeks of tutoring Ethan had progressed but quite bottom of the class to the higher end of average. The family was happy with that. slowly. At least he was progressing. His mother booked in to see if Kinesiology could help him. I saw Ethan a number of times over the next 8 weeks. Our aim was, using basic non-scientific words, to rewire his brain and sort out his neurological reflexes and responses. He continued with the tutoring as well. After 8 weeks Ethan was re-assessed. This time it showed he had improved 8 months and was quickly catching up and closing in on his classmates. The tutoring company was very impressed. 8 weeks later Ethan was re-assessed once more. This time he was equal to where he should be. His aptitude was the same as the others in his class. Once the Kinesiology had sorted out the wiring in his head, the tutoring suddenly became easy and he unde rstood the ins t ruct ions presented. His processing ability had improved meaning he was now able to process and understand what was 20

What they didn’t expect, but I often see in clinic, is that Ethan’s sporting ability had also improved. This often goes hand in hand when the cause of learning difficulties is addressed. Two years after being told he would never play sport, at the age of 8, Ethan’s mother enrolled him in gymnastics. He picked it up so well that by the age of 10 Ethan made the state team and represented Queensland. I’m told it normally takes about 5 years of being in gymnastics to make the state team. Ethan did not just make the state team, he won GOLD ! Not bad for someone they said would never play sport. Every year after that Ethan made the state team and moved to elite athlete status. At the titles each year Ethan would win between 3 to 5 Gold medals. Nearly every year, about a week or two before the state championships or national titles Ethan would manage to injure himself. He would usually injure himself quite badly in fact. They would be bad enough that he would be told by the medicos that he would not be able to compete. They would only look at the physical side of his injuries. Through Kinesiology we were able to look at how his headspace, emotions, was affecting his physical body and work on them both as one.


I learnt to keep a booking available for Ethan during these died in less than an hour. periods as it was almost a given that his mother would phone. With the wonders of Kinesiology, he would be up After this illness Ethan was laid up for 3 months. He and going and not just in the competition but winning struggled to walk up the 13 steps at home. He would make it half way then have to stop for 5 minutes before gold. continuing. He was that exhausted. Ethan was not able “As a youngster I was a state gymnastics champion. The to train for months. When he returned to training he doctors and physios would write me off after an injury. But was not able to get through a session. After he trained usually with just one or two treatments, Danny would have his legs would go to jelly and shake. If he ran he would me back competing and winning,” Ethan said. only make it a very short distance before he would ‘hit a wall’. Being such a competitive athlete and such a highAt the age of 14 Ethan needed a change and tried his hand quality diver, Ethan was still chosen in the Australian at Trampolining and Diving. He competed in trampolining team to compete in the Olympics but stayed behind as a for 2 years and won a silver medal. This was his second precaution when the rest of the team left Australia for sport and he won a state medal. the pre Olympic tournaments. Ethan also attended a training camp for Diving. They saw In early June 2012 Ethan contacted me and asked if I so much potential in him that he earned a 3 month could help. After the first consultation he saw much scholarship to the Qld Institute of Sport. He was then improvement. After the 3rd consultation he completed a rewarded with a scholarship to the Australian Institute of full training session and found his focus and ‘head space’ Sport (AIS). had improved. With the help of Kinesiology Ethan is Ethan quickly become an elite diver and member of the Australian team and has won gold medals in the prestigious Grand Prix events. There are 6 of these world events each year and Ethan has won 3 of them so far in 2012. Just before the 2010 Commonwealth Games Ethan broke a bone in his hand. He went on to represent Australia and won 2 Silver medals at the games.

gaining quickly and will join his team mates at the Olympic Village. Ethan will represent Australia in the 2012 Olympics and is highly expected to win a medal … possibly gold. ………….. Not bad for someone told to be a couch potato and would never play sport !

Yes, this is a story of how Kinesiology can help with many aspects of health. It is also a story about not accepting possible negative outcomes or that, this is just the way it is. Ethan’s mum knew he was better than that and searched for help. She found it in Kinesiology. Ethan moved past the label that had been placed on him and picked himself up, planned and built a dream. He never gave up and through pain, illness and a get up and go if he did not make it to hospital when he did he attitude he believed that progress is better than perfection and that without progress you will never would have died in less than an hour if he was not as young as he is he would have reach perfection. died in less than an hour, plus He did not chase gold for the money. Un-like the money if he was not such a fit athlete he would have and sponsorship laid out to the elite swimmers, the

What I haven’t yet told you is that in January 2011 Ethan tore a cartilage in his left knee. But even more concerning was that he caught a virus that affected his heart in June the same year. Within an hour his heart had swollen so much it had put excess pressure on his rib cage and kept him in hospital for 7 days. He was very ill and in a lot of pain. Doctors told him that;   

divers receive hardly any media or financial assistance. He did this because he can. If you run a business and can afford some sponsorship then our divers would be grateful. Australia is ranked number 3 in the world yet has very little funding. I’ll say it one last time, “Not bad for someone told to be a couch potato and would never play sport !” This article was written with the consent of Olympian Ethan Warren. CLICK HERE to see a You-tube Interview of Ethan with Danny Liddell 21


Neural Organization Therapy (N.O.T.) Trevor Savage & Danny Liddell

N.O.T. is one of the most advanced Kinesiology therapies available. Under the guidance of Trevor Savage practitioners will gain valuable techniques and knowledge that will help take their practice to a professional level and provide the skills to be a success. This course taught by Trevor Savage and Danny Liddell will provide you with the skills and backup you need to be a successful practitioner. Trevor Savage is the most experienced N.O.T. lecture around. Trevor with the help of Dr Karl Ferreri, the researcher and developer of N.O.T., turned N.O.T. from a Chiropractic only course into a course for advanced Specialised Kinesiologists. Trevor’s understanding of the bodies reflexes, Kinesiology and Chiropractics made Dr Ferreri stand up and take note. This high expertise and knowledge that Trevor possessed showed Dr Ferreri that Kinesiologists can be quality practitioners and earned the right to learn this magnificent course.

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The philosophy and guiding principle of N.O.T., on a scientific level, is that in order to understand how our basic physiological functions work today, we must look at our primitive origins. We were created to exist and survive in a hostile environment. Therefore, essentially everything we need for survival, with the exception of food, air and water, must be found within the body itself. It is a self healing, self regulating, self perpetuating (replacing its own tissue) mechanism. These mechanisms, by their own nature, must be integrated and fully automatic from the very beginning of life. Physical or emotional trauma and poor diet can disturb these automatic functions. N.O.T. has been found to be a key to understanding many of these relationships. In short, N.O.T. provides specific protocols to reprogram and reset neurology of the body’s primal survival systems that control the nervous system that has been sent into a disorganised state. When neurology is disorganised, messages going to and from the brain are confused causing incorrect responses. In this state the body can not respond appropriately causing learning difficulties, ADHD, pain, illness and the list goes on. Many of the techniques used in N.O.T. are taught in other Kinesiology modalities. Dr Carl Ferreri discovered that combinations of these techniques when used in a specific order fixed common disorganised primal survival neurological patterns. By making many of the basic corrections, typically found in these patterns, N.O.T. quickly reorganises the neurology of the primal survival systems. Together with various other techniques known to Kinesiologists, N.O.T. has become renowned for its successful treatment with problems such as Learning Difficulties, ADHD, digestive problems, scoliosis, pain, bed wetting, cranial injuries, hormonal and endocrine problems, whiplash, blood sugar plus joint and other pain issues. NOT is accredited by both the AIK and the AKA. Dr Reza Samuat DC, a Chiropractic N.O.T. instructor and author wrote his thesis on N.O.T. . Dr Samuat states, “N.O.T. has a neurological grounding and has nothing to do with spirituality.” It should therefore be taught with that in mind. Trevor Savage ND was one of the first Kinesiologists in Australia and is the most experienced N.O.T. practitioner and lecturer. Trevor was one of Danny’s first lecturers and one of the reasons he has been so successful for so many years. Danny Liddell is a Senior Faculty Member of the International College of Professional Kinesiology


Hyperton-X Kinesiology Course With Danny Liddell Hyperton-X is a form of Kinesiology that specialises in 6 main areas by releasing the excess (hyper) tension (tonic) in muscles:

Practice, an award winning health practitioner and is one of Qld’s leading Kinesiologists. The 3 main Kinesiology modality Danny uses in his successful practice are PKP, N.O.T. and Hyperton-X. Danny has 17 years experience as a Kinesiologist most of which he has gained valuable knowledge and experience using N.O.T. Once students complete a course with Danny he makes himself available as a mentor to them in the field they have studied. His experience provides excellent backup to his students. N.O.T Course Structure Module 1 consists of 24 hours and provides the in depth theory needed to understand what you are doing so that you get the most out of this advanced therapy. N.O.T. is an advanced course and should be respected for that by those that use it.

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Flexibility Learning Difficulties Emotional Trauma Sports (performance & injury recovery) Pain Relief Allergies

Kinesiology uses the muscles like a keyboard on a computer, to gather the information from the many programs that make us magnificent humans work the way we do. We can then change, delete or add new programs to improve its efficiency. All techniques are simple, safe and effective. This course teaches how to correct imbalances and emotions that affect pain, allergies, the way we learn, play sport and recover form injury. All techniques are easy to learn and even easier to use. Hyperton-X is designed for people with no previous experience in Kinesiology or health. IT can be used for family and friends, sports clubs and is even used by professional health care practitioners.

Module 2 provides 50 hours of theory, demonstration and student practice. Module 3 teaches students 60 hours of advanced techniques for specialised problems and issues.

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N.O.T. Course Dates & Investment Course Location Trevor Savage Kinesiology Centre 46 Cashmere Lane Cashmere, QLD 4500 07 3882 4446 trevorsavage@kinesiology.nu

Friday August 31st 6-9pm & Saturday Sept 1st—Sunday Sept 2nd 9am—5pm Kinesiology Schools Australia Brisbane Campus 9/57 Gawain Road Bracken Ridge, QLD 4017 office@kinesiologyschools.com.au (07) 3261 5436 23


The Heart Meridian The Heart Organ The heart is the key organ in the circulatory system. As a hollow, muscular pump, its main function is to propel blood throughout the body. It usually beats from 60 to 100 times per minute, but can go much faster when necessary. It beats Muscles about 100, 000 times a day, more than 30 million times per year. These muscles are on the Heart Meridian and relate to the Heart Meridian energy and the function of the The heart has four chambers that are enclosed by thick, Heart. Use these muscles as pre-tests. muscular walls. It lies between the lungs and just to the left of the middle of the chest cavity. The bottom part of the  Subscapularis heart is divided into two chambers called the right and left  Subclavius ventricles, which pump blood out of the heart. A wall called the interventricular septum divides the ventricles. The upper  Extensor Pollicis Longus part of the heart is made up of the other two chambers of  Omohyoid the heart, the right and left atria. The right and left atria receive the blood entering the heart. A wall called the Reference: Dr Bruce and Joan Dewe, ICPKP practitioner Database interatrial septum divides the right and left atria, which are separated from the ventricles by the atrioventricular valves. The tricuspid valve separates the right atrium from the right Emotional component ventricle and the mitral valve separates the left atrium and the left ventricle. The Heart represents love, while our blood Ref: Don Tolman, Farmacist Desk Reference Vol 3 represents joy. Our hearts lovingly pump joy throughout our bodies. When we deny ourselves joy and love, the heart shrivels and becomes cold. As a result, the blood gets sluggish and we creep our way to ANEMIA, ANGINA, and HEART Heart Goals ATTACKS. Use these statements as goals to base a balance around, or an affirmation. 

My heart functions at optimum levels

My heart beats to a regular rhythm

My atriums function at optimum levels

My ventricles function at optimum levels

All parts of my heart are balanced and functioning at 100%

Ref: Pam Myers and Sally Worth, Rekindled Ancient Wisdom

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The heart does not ‘attack’ us. We get so caught up in the soap opera and dramas we create that we often forget to notice the little joys that surround us. We spend years squeezing all the joy out of the heart and it literally falls over in pain. Heart attack people are never joyous people. If they do not take the time to appreciate the joys of life, they will just recreate another heart attack in time.


Use these Affirmations with your clients! My heart beats to the rhythm of love. Joy. Joy. Joy. I lovingly allow joy to flow through my mind and body and experience. I bring joy back to the centre of my heart. I express love to all. Reference: Louise L. Hay, You Can Heal Your Life Anatomy of the Heart

Meridian The heart meridian involves the cycling of the blood as well as electrical communication with the rest of the cells of the whole Soul. The heart is in constant communication with all of the organs and muscles to determine their blood/oxygen needs from moment to moment. The heart generates 5000 times more powerful electrical messages throughout the Soul than the brain. In the Chinese belief system, the heart is also strongly associated with mental processes, while in the West we have the traditional metaphor of the heart as an emotional centre and a centre of wisdom.

The Fire Element The Heart meridian is in the Fire Element. The Fire Element can be represented by the image of the hot, red sun, giving both light and warmth. It is associated with all of life’s heat and passions, particularly with enthusiasm, vitality and “warm feelings.” The Wood Element provides the fuel for Fire and the Earth Element is formed from the ashes generated by Fire. The Metal Element is controlled by the intense heat of Fire which melts, purifies and transforms Metal by forging it into a new and study shape. Water controls Fire by tempering or quenching it.

Element Metaphor: Fire Do you have “fire in the belly”, “passion and energy for life?” Are you too passionate, burning up your energy stores, burning those around you or are you too cold and unable to be passionate? When you think of fire, what image comes to mind and what might this symbolize in your life John and Matthew Thie, Touch For Health, A practical Guide to Natural Health with Acupressure Touch. 25


Kinesiology Schools Australia Campuses

‘Kinesiology Schools Australia is the leading college in Kinesiology Education in Australia and has been setting the standards since 2003’

Melbourne Kinesiology Schools Australia are proud to be affiliated and accredited by the International College of Professional Kinesiology Practice. PKP has been a leader in kinesiology since its conception by Dr Bruce Dewe in 1984.

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Kinesiology Schools Australia Melbourne 563 Burwood Road Hawthorn, VIC 3122 www.kinesiology.com.au (03) 9819 6835 info@kinesiology.com.au Principals: Rowena Maine & Edmund Faust


Hervey Bay Kinesiology Schools Australia Hervey Bay 1/59 Torquay Road Pialba, QLD 4655 www.kinesiologycollegehbay.com (07) 4128 4331 enrol@kchb.com Principal: Susan Koschel-Gatenby

Brisbane Kinesiology Schools Australia HO 9/57 Gawain Road Bracken Ridge, QLD 4017 www.kinesiologyschools.com.au (07) 3261 5436 office@kinesiologyschools.com.au

Byron Bay

Principal: Danny Liddell

Kinesiology Schools Australia Byron Bay 28 Seaview Street Byron Bay, NSW 2481 www.wellness.net.au (02) 6685 7991 parijat@wellness.net.au vedaturner@gmail.com Principal: Parijat Wismer

Sydney Kinesiology Schools Australia Sydney 39 Mitchell Road Alexandria, NSW 2015 www.iikinesiology.com (02) 4648 0505 office@iikinesiology.com Principal: Katha Jones

South East Melbourne Kinesiology Schools Australia S.E. Melbourne 83 A’Beckett Road Narre Warren Nth, VIC 3804 www.kinesiologymelbourne.com.au (03) 9796 8148 jenne@netspace.net.au Principal: Jenne Burns 27


Kinesiology Schools Australia 9/57 Gawain Road Bracken Ridge, QLD 4017 www.kinesiologyschools.com.au office@kinesiologyschools.com.au (07) 3261 5436 28


Kinesiology Schools Australia Magazine July 2012