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  1. Muscle Testing and Response
  2. Acupressure
  3. Formatting
  4. Head Hold

General Processing

These formats optimize accessibility to the nerve fibers that transmit information between processing cells. 

General Coordination & Processing


  1. Motor Coordination
  2. Cognitive Coordination
  3. Emotional Processing
  4. Integrated Language Functions
  5. Visual Coordination
  6. Auditory Processing
  7. Memory Processing



  1. Movements of Speech
  2. Verbal Expression
  3. Speech Awareness
  4. Comprehension
  5. Listening


Mind > Body connection

Functions include:

  1. Pupillary Response
  2. Trusting Intuition
  3. Inner Peripheral Vision
  4.  Outer Peripheral Vision
  5. Hunger/Desire
  6. Lung response
  7. Stomach Response

Emotions > Body connection

  1. Pupillary Response
  2. Cycling thoughts
  3. Rythmic Movemnet
  4. Emotional Perception
  5. Curiosity
  6. Present Awareness

Fine & Gross Motor Control

  1. Motor Regulation
  2. Sensory Recognition
  3. Motor Control
  4. Sensory Integration
  5. Executive Integration
  6. Dopamine Production

Emotional Regulation


  1. Storage of long term memory
  2. Storage of short term memory
  3. Maintenance of long term memory
  4. Maintenance of short term memory
  5. Intuition
  6. Drive
  7. Memory capacity
  8. Memory & thoughts
  9. Memory & emotions
  10. Memory & senses
  11. Memory & body

Emotional Thermostat

Expression of Fight or Flight

  1. Rage
  2. Docility
  3. Viciousness
  4. Tameness  


Visual Processing

Related: Dyslexia, Reading, Writing, Hand Eye Coordination, Memory, Focus. 

Auditory Processing

Related: Focus, Attention, Noise sensitivity, Listening, Thought processing, Organization.  

Sight & Sound Integration

Related: Any complex task requiring both seeing and listening to learn. (ex: taking notes during a lecture)  


Balance is essential for optimal visual processing and memory efficiency.

Hand Eye Coordination

Cognitive Coordination #1

These are integrated functions that optimize the use of multiple functions simultaneously.  

Same side marching pattern

Cognitive Coordination #2

These are integrated functions that optimize the use of multiple functions simultaneously.  

Cross crawl marching pattern

Auditory Short-term Memory

Visual Short-Term Memory

Emotional Triggers

Each time we move through an experience our is colored with emotions. Those emotions then become lenses for future experiences ensuring learning and survival. By addressing those emotional lenses built upon our past, we can change the way we see our future and make decisions untainted by previous experiences.

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