Information about Kinesiology and Neuro-Training

Easternview Education Centre constantly references the latest neuroscience research which is then incorporated in our Neuro-Training and kinesiology Courses.

This research forms the core of the Easternview Education Centre program for 2014 and beyond, teaching students up-to-date philosophy and practical techniques that places us at the leading edge of quality kinesiology education.

What's new in Kinesiology? | How  does Neuro-Training work? | Why does Neuro-Training work? | A Contextual Process | Benefits of Neuro-Training | Who should have Neuro-Training | Where are the Neuro-Training centres for learning?

What's new in Kinesiology and how does Neuro-Training fit with Kinesiology!

Neuro-Training is a consequence of finding how to help people reorganise their life experiences. The development of Neuro-Training has been motivated by the needs of thousands of clients over many years demanding there be a better way to overcome their life challenges.  Neuro-Training found that the 'programming' of the Nervous System by past experience was the greatest challenge to making this process complete. This 'programming' is a direct result of the effect of their accumulated life experiences.

With over 30 years in its infancy, Neuro-Training has now come of age and is now a modality that can be utilised by people in all areas of life. Sounds a bit unreal doesn’t it! Let's look at its synthesis. 'Synthesis' means finding something new by putting together some elements that already exist, but in a new form.

Neuro-Training, that is training one's Neurology, is the result of a combination of techniques. Older and existing techniques have worked for many people over the years. New research in Neuro-training has also enabled new techniques so it is now possible to improve your health of many more people. No matter who you are or what you do, you will benefit from Neuro-Training.
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How does Neuro-Training work?

The Nervous System is vast in its connections and ability to control all your functions. We have discovered a number of neurological functions which can be broken up into different categories or options that can influence how the Nervous System operates. This gives us a large number of 'types' of Neuro-Training. Some types of Neuro-Training are purely encouraging your Nervous System to function better generally. Other types use specific checking processes to find the best option for you to function better. This allows us to associate the best options to the existing conditioning and therefore change the limitations within your subconscious into supportive links.

We use a system of monitoring the changes of muscle response as a way of 'listening' to what your subconscious is saying. The ability to use muscles as a bio feedback mechanism is a phenomena of the Nervous System which gives us the ability to use its own language to show how your functions change. This feedback tells us what type of new options to associate with your Nervous System which will assist you to better achieve your desired outcome.

How we associate these options may be through a variety of experiences from physical reflex stimulation to cognitive exercises. This makes new realisations in your subconscious by changing how the Nervous System is processing information. Once the 'new information' is associated to the Nervous System your subconscious will do the rest in how it wants to apply it. We can continue to associate new options until you have enough new information to function in a completely different (and better) way.

You may have already realised there is an enormous amount of conditioning in the Nervous System from the past, but you only need to associate 'new information' to the specific conditioning that is stopping you from achieving what you want consciously.
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Why does Neuro-Training Work?

Your Nervous System has predictable ways of learning about life. The Nervous System has its own focus on what it learns which becomes a part of the subconscious response to the needs of life. Consciously you don't pay much attention to the Nervous System, (even when things 'go wrong'). You don't realise it is learning and that what it learns will become what you do. In fact, your Nervous System has already learned a lot that you don't consciously know about at all.

What if, what it has already learned is in direct opposition to what you want to do consciously?

What we do is give the subconscious new and better options to what it already knows so it can change its preferences. When we do this, the Nervous System will act out the new options as if they had always been there and so your behaviours change.  By "behaviour", we mean the 'Nervous System control of your behaviour'. Not just what you do out of conscious reasoning. The Nervous System's behaviour include how you think, feel, act in specific circumstances and even how you create life patterns.
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A Contextual Process

One of the major characteristics of Neuro-Training is that it works most effectively in conjunction with contextual processes. We find the contexts that stimulate or maintain the conditioning that limits your ability to achieve your goals or desires, then associate better options to them so they function to support a better outcome.

The primary objective of the Nervous System is to express (and therefore experience) values. Everything you do is to express some value or group of values. A group of values is known as a 'context'. Our fixed patterns of actions and responses, are from a context which maintains limiting conditioning. You can associate better options (other values) to these contexts to give the Nervous System a new option to express.

Investigating these ‘contextual’ phenomena has led to a working model known as the Model of Universal Principles. We use this to find the structure and conflicts of values involved in maintaining the limiting conditioning. It is a very broad model and can help identify your limitations to internal or external functions.
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Benefits of Neuro-Training

The benefits include completing physical recuperation from a long list of symptoms. It increases competence in any area of life such as, business, talents, health, development, application of learning, clear thinking and much more. The end result is a new congruence and competence with life. Success and more energy become natural consequences from the use of Neuro-Training. Neuro-Training reconditions your life experiences and because we don't know what life experiences you have had, we don't know what benefits it will bring you. We know you will have benefits though.
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Who should have Neuro-Training?

Anyone who has difficulty in doing something they want is a perfect candidate for Neuro-Training. We focus on the constant increase in positive results you will accumulate as you continue to use Neuro-Training. We don't want to list all the things that can go wrong in a person's life, it's too depressive, but Neuro-Training can help you overcome just about any challenge you may encounter.

We also want you to know that Neuro-Training, under certain circumstances, has the ability to create some remarkable changes very quickly. So don't think this has to be a long-term process. It uses the latest development in understanding how the Nervous System can be trained into doing what you want it to do.
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Where are the Neuro-Training centres for learning?

Neuro-Training is taught in many countries in the European Union as well as in South Africa, Australia, Norway, Switzerland and New Zealand. New centre's are opening in other countries as the awareness continues to spread.

In Australia, Neuro-Training is taught in the Certificate of Solution Oriented Neuro-Training and as part of the Certificate IV in kinesiology (HLT52812), a government recognised qualification with industry accreditation.

For More, see our Kinesiology Diploma Courses in the PDF Format.

Easternview Education Centre offers a range of study options to suit most potential students including Industry Accredited Qualifications and Special Interest Short Courses. Take a look at our Kinesiology Course Material.
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