Charles Krebbs explains the development of formatting in kinesiology

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Formatting is one of the unique tech¬niques used in modern kinesiology modalities. It enables the practitioner to access and release stress from deep within the organisation of our nervous system by creating complex resonance patterns. It is essential for deepening work into our physiology and anatomy, and can discover pre¬cise areas of imbalance.

The founder of this technique Richard Utt, first developed this technique for working with the most complex of all neurological organisation – the Human Brain.
This meant that precise areas could be worked with, for example nuclei inside or brain areas, as opposed to a more generalised approach.
Kinesiology development has been marked by various revolutionary jumps in the way we understand our being and formatting is definitely one of them.


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