Meridian360 Class Descriptions

Introduction to Muscle Monitoring 

3 Hours
Pre-Requisites: None

 

This three hour class focuses on introducing the basics of muscle monitoring.  This class will teach:

  • Basic explanation of what muscle monitoring is
  • Basic description of how muscle monitoring works neurologically
  • Differences between muscle monitoring and muscle testing
  • Muscle monitoring basics, technique, and advice
  • Basic description of muscle imbalance states (over-facilitation and under-facilitation) and how to support them
  • Explanation of what a correction is and one to use
  • Muscle monitoring technique for specific muscles (Anterior Deltoid, Quad, Brachioradialis) and practice time to become fluent in them

Gap Class 

4 Hours
Prerequisites: Meridian360 Introduction to Muscle Monitoring, or Touch for Health 1-4

This 4 hour class expands on the basic skills learned in our Introductory Class.  It helps students prepare even more before starting our Foundations Program.  It also provides Touch For Health students essential materials they will need if the opt out of taking the first class in our Foundations Program. This class will teach:

  • Basic explanation of what hip stacking is, why it works, and demonstration of it in practice
  • Practice incorporating hip stacking with muscle monitoring and correction of 3 muscles
  • Explanation of hip and jaw stacking, and demonstration of it in practice
  • Practice incorporating hip and jaw stacking with muscle monitoring and correction of 3 muscles
  • Basic description of finger modes.  Introduction of two modes and how to use them
  • Practice incorporating modes, jaw and hip stacking, with muscle monitoring and correction of 3 muscles