One Brain® Kinesiology
A specialized system of muscle testing and balancing techniques
One Brain® Kinesiology utilizes a specific protocol of muscle testing to access the body’s innate wisdom and ability to self-heal.
OverviewOne Brain® is a specialized system of muscle testing combined with brain balancing techniques.
BenefitsOne Brain® helps to identify and neutralize historical stressors, enabling the body and mind to respond differently when faced with stress.
About One Brain® Kinesiology
Stressful events can lock the body and mind into behavioral patterns
Stressful triggers can become linked to repetitive behaviors, creating an automatic maladaptive response in the face of stress that we feel is beyond our control.
One Brain® Kinesiology identifies the age, and event, where stress and behavior became linked
By neutrally identifying the age and circumstances surrounding the initial event, client and facilitator can better understand present-time responses, and work towards releasing stress patterns developed at that age.
An Integrative Approach to One Brain® Kinesiology
At Integrative, One Brain® Kinesiology treatment protocols vary with each patient based on their individual needs and severity of symptoms. Sessions are typically 60 minutes long; sessions are typically scheduled 2-3 weeks apart. The total amount of treatments you will need will depend on your response and progress.
Optimal nutrition, supplementation, stress management, and adequate sleep are all factors that influence healing. Many patients benefit from working on these factors with their doctor, alongside One Brain® Kinesiology sessions, to optimize their response.
If working with a doctor, they may include testing methods to evaluate how best to support you alongside One Brain® Kinesiology treatments. These testing methods may include:
Applications of One Brain®
One Brain® Kinesiology can be a helpful component of treatment for a wide variety of cognitive and nervous system related dysfunction. You may benefit from One Brain® Kinesiology if you are looking for help with:
- Managing short or long-term stress
- Building healthy relationships
- Changing destructive behavioral patterns
- Managing acute or chronic pain
- Improving attention span, focus, and memory
- Decreasing fatigue, low energy, or depressive symptoms
- Neutralizing a stress-response to a historical trauma
How It Works
How does One Brain® Kinesiology work?
Overview of One Brain®
One Brain® Kinesiology utilizes a specific protocol of muscle testing to identify your underlying source of stress. The stress is then released through techniques that your body-mind chooses as best for you from an extensive menu, including meridian tapping, acupressure, eye movement therapy, visual imagery, and brain integration exercises. A new choice in behavior and response is identified, and is reinforced with productive self-talk.
Target Area of the Body
By applying gentle pressure to the arm, resistance, and response to words, images, and physical stress tests can be measured. From there, specific techniques can be utilized to correct the response, thereby influencing the health of the entire body-mind.
Health Benefits of One Brain® Kinesiology
By understanding our response to stress and articulating our emotions, we can develop a roadmap to alternative responses and healthier patterns of behavior.
What does your first visit look like?
Your first visit is the opportunity for you to share your health goals, and for your One Brain® Kinesiology practitioner to gather vital health information that will help them to determine if you are a candidate for One Brain® Kinesiology treatment, and the best treatment course for you.
Medical and Lifestyle History
Your One Brain® Kinesiology practitioner will gather details regarding your current and past health concerns and lifestyle.
Review of Treatment
Your One Brain® Kinesiology practitioner will prepare you for your first treatment, reviewing set-up, what to expect, and possible side effects and benefits of One Brain® Kinesiology training.
Within your first visit, you will receive your initial One Brain® Kinesiology treatment session.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Am I candidate for One Brain?
Only a practitioner trained in One Brain can determine whether or not you are a good candidate. Within your visit, your One Brain Practitioner will determine if you are a good candidate and will recommend a treatment plan.
How much does One Brain cost?
The cost of One Brain will depend on how many sessions are required. Our Patient Care Coordinators can provide you with a quote prior to your first consultation with our One Brain practitioner.
What does One Brain treat?
One Brain helps identify stressful triggers and the repetitive behaviours they are linked to. This effect may be helpful with the management of short or long-term stress; building healthy relationships; changing destructive behavioural patterns; management of acute or chronic pain; improving attention span, focus, or memory; decreasing fatigue or depressive symptoms; or neutralizing a stress-response to a historical trauma.
How many One Brain treatments are typically required?
The response to One Brain varies, depending on the overall health of the patient, severity and chronicity of health and behavioural concerns. Most people only require a few treatments, but some may require many more. Once you begin treatment, your practitioner will be able to monitor how you respond and provide a better estimate of how many treatments may be required.
What are the side effects of One Brain?
Generally, patients experience little to no side effects following One Brain sessions. However, everyone is different, and regulating stress responses can impact emotions and brain function. Your One Brain Practitioner will discuss all possible side effects with you prior to a treatment session.
Do I need to see a Naturopathic Doctor in order to receive One Brain?
No; One Brain is provided by Carol Sutcliffe, our certified NeurOptimal and One Brain practitioner.
Is One Brain covered by MSP or Extended Health Plans?
One Brain is not typically covered by insurance providers. However, we recommend contacting your insurance provider directly prior to your visit to determine your coverage.