NeuroMuscular Reprogramming NMR®, the Sherlock Holmes of Bodywork, will help you solve the most mysterious of client structural problems.

Starting with a method to assess the real source of a symptom and correct the sequencing errors that develop among our muscles as a result of use, misuse and disuse of muscles and a series of protocols that eliminate common patterns found in most people’s bodies, you will graduate even the first weekend of training with a strategy you can apply anywhere in the body.

With the addition of the NMR Manual Muscle Testing Video available on the NMR website: NeuroMuscular-Reprogramming.com/store you can test and correct any muscle sequencing errors you find. It’s actually that simple.  The body however is a vast and complex coordination strategy and the help of an NMR practitioner is required to correct these errors.

First class coming up:  Mill Valley Jan 25 – 27th, hosted at the Healus Neuro Rehab Center clinic.  Next Charlotte NC Feb 22 – 24th.  See you there!

 

 

Testimonials…

“Hey Jocelyn,  I can’t make this mod 2 due to scheduling conflicts but I will see you in New Jersey in June for mod 2. Please keep me posted for the mod 3 and 4 dates later this year, I am definitely taking them!! I’m loving this work it produces incredible results!!! I’m over the moon ecstatic!”  Thanks again,     Leah D. Trlicek

“My clients have seen incredible results since Mod 1 and I am looking forward to Mod 2 and beyond! You’re amazing!”    Sincerely,   Matthew Moulds AMMP LMT

Add NMR to your tool kit and see for yourself how fast and how much your results will change.

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How does a NeuroMuscular Reprogramming practitioner go about discovering what’s not working in someone’s body? They use muscle testing!

So when a client has a specific problem, the NMR practitioner goes to the area where the symptoms are and discovers whether or not all the coordination in that area is working properly. Sometimes the area that’s tight is actually not functional; it’s weak. So we might have a situation where one might think that with a tight muscle, what is needed is to go and loosen it up. But a weak muscle doesn’t get stronger by being loosened up!

With NMR we realize that this area of the body is inhibited, and there’s some larger global consideration that is the reason why that muscle got tight in the first place. The muscle tightens in that area because of weakness. So before we start doing massage or bodywork on someone who has a tight, fixated area in their body, we need to muscle test to determine whether those muscles are on and functional, or off and inhibited.

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We are testing to discover how is the coordination system supporting the function of a joint and then connecting that joint with its relationship to the other joints in the body. So if so the complaint is in the hip, we want to see how that hip is affecting the opposite shoulder, or the opposite neck, for instance. Or if the complaint is in the neck, we want to know what’s the effect of the feet on the neck, or of the neck on the feet. We’re looking globally to see what all those relationships are. We want to get all those relationships sorted out and functional.

What mostly disables people in their coordination system is muscles firing out of sequence. Patterns are stored in the cerebellum in the back of the brain and the patterns don’t change until the body discovers that they aren’t working. So muscle testing is a way of cuing the brain to the fact that its strategies are dysfunctional. And in that moment of realization, the whole survival system of the body gets activated into the possibility of engaging the motor cortex at the top of the cerebrum into learning a new movement strategy to support the function of that joint and of the whole body!

NeuroMuscular Reprogramming classes are happening around the country, find out where and Enroll Today!

Here’s the current list of upcoming NeuroMuscular Reprogramming classes around the country. Please share this list with anyone you know who would be interested to add an excellent assessment and correction tool to speed up the efficiency and effectiveness of their bodywork tool kit.

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California:
Mod 1 Jan 25 – 27th
Mod 2 March 8 – 10
Mod 3 April 12 – 14th
Mod 4 May 10 – 12

North Carolina
Mod 1 Feb 22 – 24th
Mod 2 May 3 – 5

New Jersey
Mod 1 March 29 – 31
Mod 2 April 26 – 28th

Connecticut
Mod 1 July 19 – 21st
Mod 2 Aug 16 – 18th

Chicago
Mod 1 May 31, June 1, 2
Mod 2 July 26 – 28

Dallas
Mod 1 March 1 – 3
Mod 2 May 24 – 26

Atlanta
Mod 3 August 9 – 11

Enroll Now!

I thought to share this email exchange with a student from the east coast as it contains tips on handling abnormal conditions that clients can’t find solutions for in the medical world….
Hi Jocelyn-
I had a quick and sort of random question. I have a client who has hyperacusis in her left ear which is basically a super sensitivity to sound. She’s had it ever since she got in a big car accident in her twenties (she’s in her seventies now). She really has never found any solutions for it and it interferes with her ability to do everyday things.
I was wondering if you know anything about it and if neuromuscular work could be any benefit? She has told me she’s had trouble with that entire side since the accident.
Just curious if you’ve ever encountered anything like that!   A

 
Hi A
As far as the whole left side being ‘different since the accident’, that sounds like shock/trauma shutting down communications between the hemispheres. Don’t underestimate the power of Brain Buttons. Sometimes I use them for a good 10 minutes of the session along with a lengthy teaching about how stress turns off communication between the hemispheres and has some VERY predictable shifts that it does in our metabolism.
 
One word of warning: People who have had a condition for a long time may argue with your assessment and resist the work and so, often they get to keep the condition, because they find the therapist wrong or simply stop seeing them. I worked with a woman just like that at a Triathlon. Because I am so sure of what needs to happen I am able to command attention to what I am saying instead of allowing the recycling back through trauma experiences and remembered pain over and over again. She retold parts of the story to me repeatedly during a 1/2 hour tune up. Remembered tension recreates the tension.  Putting one’s attention on the space around you is another way to get away from being trapped in the trouble. 
 
I’ve never encountered anything like hyperacusis after an accident, but I encounter things I’ve never encountered most days these days. Trust your instincts. I listen carefully and imagine how the body shuts itself down and stores information as pattern recognition in what Milton Erickson would call ‘Compelling Personal Reference Experiences’.  These are the imprints the body/mind takes at moments of great danger to our survival.
 
Since she’s had this condition a long time and is now fairly old, my solution for the hyperacusis would be to wear a good sound modulator earplug such as drummers use. They are fitted to your ear. If I were her, I would wear it whenever I was in an environment with noise or even while watching TV.
 
Be well, stay happy, Jocelyn
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