List of Physical Conditions for activation and balancing, with links to relevant acupuncture points.
Five Elements Tool
Database of the five elements from TCM including all the characteristics and links to the meridians and Ba Gua.
Database of all the meridians for the organs with info from TCM and kinesiology, like related emotions, plus a point location map.
Full acupuncture point database
All of the acupuncture points in a searchable and linked database. Direct access to psychology and emotions relevant to the point. Links to Physical Conditions. Links to Balances where this point is used. Safe for pregnancy information.
Avoid during pregnancy
Points to avoid during pregnancy. This handy list is a useful reference in itself, but any point in this list will display the Avoid or Safe for pregnancy information.
Full details of 300 Kinesiology Balances
List and details for over 300 procedures, balances or balance information across multiple disciplines. Links to Elements and Meridian information. Links to Ba Gua where relevant. All relevant points listed and linked.
Ba Gua & Calculator
Ba Gua archetypes of human behaviour patterns and motivations. Includes links to the meridians and elements.
Online Community for Practitioners
Access the practice circle, a private community for sharing insights and getting support from your kinesiologists network and fellow students.
Reference database of the related emotions for the meridians, this is a supporting database, that also includes specific balance points.
Emotional Release Tools
The Emotional Release Tools are a way of clearing activated trauma. Can be used as self help or as part of a balance.
Five Element Charts
Useful for capturing elements and meridians to focus on during a balance and as a reminder of muscle and characteristic associations with elements and meridians.
These descriptions of the masculine and feminine archetypes are useful to help people integrate and accept different aspects of themselves.
Meridian Reference Charts
These charts contain an overview of the channel, with mapping of the key points, cutaneous regions, characteristics in harmony, motivators and symptoms. Also a quick reference for TCM muscles with glyphs to help jog memory for muscle monitoring.
Five Shu Points Chart
Printable A4 reference chart and worksheet with five element information and Shu point details—designed for TCM kinesiologist and Mind-body Medicine practitioners.