Date(s) - 02/17/2022 - 02/19/2022
3:00 pm - 12:00 am
Class will be available virtually: Yes
Class will be recorded for later viewing: Yes
Organizer: Tara Jensen Teacher: Jacque Mooney
Life Enhancement Acupressure Program
LEAP Foundation Training 2 (LEAP – FT 2)
Instructor: Jacque Mooney
Take a QUANTUM LEAP in Understanding how to Correct and resolve blocks that affect life-long learning issues.
LEAP Training – is a multi-module Learning
Experience that will help you change many
people’s lives by disclosing the real “Cause”
of Specific Life and Learning Difficulties and
providing a Step-by-Step approach to their
LEAP Foundation Training 2 includes:
- Introduction to Brainstem Anatomy & functions of regions
including the Reticulating Activating System (RAS),
Orientation System – Vestibular, Vestibulocerebellum.
- Learn to format & balance Commissures;
Anterior Commissure, Amygdala Commissure,
Anterior Thalamic Nucleus, & Hippocampal Commissure
- Understand how to work with Emotions – Trust &
Appreciation & Fear of Failure/Success with the
- The PVSS – controlling our behavioural and physiological
responses to Fight/Flight – and where we store past
trauma and Deep Survival Switching.
- The 3 Pillars – taking Deep Survival Switching to a new level –
integrating with Chakras and the endocrine system to provide
a stable physical and emotional structure.
This module is a must for all general Kinesiology & LEAP FT 1 students & practitioners to deepen your understanding & applications in clinical practice.
LEAP FT 2 provides you with in depth understanding of the Brains Survival Systems using the totally unique LEAP procedures developed by Dr. Charles Krebs.
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LEAP is a way to open your clients to a new way of seeing and resolving stress in their lives! LEAP FT 2 Prerequisite: LEAP-FT 1 or LEAP BI 1
This LEAP course is fully accredited with the Australian Kinesiology Association – Attendance 24 hours, Proficiency 44 hours and is accredited for either Kinesiology or up to 50% Anatomy and Physiology hours.