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Analogue Muscle Testing

Course ID 74
With Terry Larder

Date: Saturday 21st October 2017
Venue: Classical Kinesiology Institute
Cost: £125 including manual
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Prerequisite: Kinesiology at Foundation Level

Developed by the late Alan Sales, this system of muscle testing determines the ultimate treatment.

I have been using analogue muscle testing for the last 12 years and consider it the most exciting development weve had in kinesiology for a number of years. Terry Larder

Testing muscle response gives us a binary feedback (it’s either on or off). Not any more…. Learn how you can pick up and address so much more using analogue testing.

Simple to learn yet very effective - dont miss this new dimension to add to your skills and you will achieve even deeper corrections for your clients.
You will learn:
  • How to muscle test in analogue mode
  • How to identify the best treatment
  • How to load all the information the body wants to use without the tedious need to stack
  • On occasions when you do need to stack, using analogue muscle testing is much easier than in binary where you are coping with multiple changes of indicator.


  • A recent course participant, very experienced in kinesiology, emailed us saying “This course has totally changed the way I work”. Another said “I’m astounded at how much quicker I can get to the root of a person’s problem and how much more I can get done during the appointment. My results with clients are better than ever!”

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