With Kinesiology we can find what is out of balance, even when our furry friends can’t tell us with words. Kinesiology uses muscle testing as a method of biofeedback. Using kinesiology, we can discover stressors that affect your pet physically, emotionally and mentally. Working with a variety of techniques developed by Western researchers over the last 40 years, it is possible to restore balance and harmony at all these levels. A Professional Kinesiology Practitioner® can help with a broad range of issues. This is an integrated system that works directly at all levels—physical, emotional and mental.
Larry Green is a certified kinesiology instructor and Professional Kinesiology Practitioner® whose practice includes working with animals and people.
“Larry, I wanted to tell you how my horses have benefited from their Touch for Health balances! In fact a friend visited shortly after our session and commented on how much better Lucky Skipper looked and acted. She said “wow his energy has really changed”. In fact he continues to have good energy and is maintaining his weight even though winter is not his best time of year.
Grace had some laminitis this summer and was really grouchy and withdrawn. After the balance, her mood improved considerably. She’s back to her Lovable self wanting to be scratched and interested in everything that is going on. Thanks for your help.” –MM, Bunnlevel, NC
I wanted to tell you how my horses have benefited from their Touch for Health balances! In fact a friend visited shortly after our session and commented on how much better Lucky Skipper looked and acted. She said “wow his energy has really changed”. In fact he continues to have good energy and is maintaining his weight even though winter is not his best time of year.
Grace had some laminitus this summer and was really grouchy and withdrawn. After the balance, her mood improved considerably. She’s back to her Lovable self wanting to be scratched and interested in everything that is going on. Now if I can just learn to give her a balanced hoof trim! Thanks for your help. Love,” –Mandy
“Our dog Toby was very, very sick. The vets had him on heart medication and as a result he had not eaten for a week. By the end of the week, we started to believe that he was just not going to make it. No matter what treats we tempted him with he was simply not interested. He was lethargic and somewhat confused. We realized that if Toby did not eat soon he would not last the next few days. Larry came over and did a session on Toby. To be honest, we really did not hold out much hope. Toby sat quietly on Larry’s lap the whole time. After Larry had completed the session, he suggested we give Toby some food. I was ready to be disappointed, so imagine my surprise, and gratitude, when Toby got down from Larry’s lap, wagged his tail and appeared quite alert. We then gave him some food, which he immediately wolfed down! This was nothing short of amazing. I would strongly recommend this powerful work to anyone who wants to get results!” — EK, Chapel Hill, NC
“Jezzi was in the worst yet of her downward health spirals. A ten-year-old Blue Heeler mix with hip pain, she had become prednisone dependent due to inflammation. She was obsessed with food, would reluctantly walk only half a mile and kept gaining weight. She had lost muscle mass in her bad leg, which was off the ground from lack of use.
During Larry’s first session, coordinating the remaining muscles in her bad leg, Jezzi put the leg on the floor for the first time in six months. The same day, she was willing to walk one and a quarter miles, as Larry had predicted she could. By her second treatment, Jezzi was walking 1.5 miles and losing weight. Now, several weeks later, our walk is to two miles and she is clearly enjoying it. Her condition and interest in life are improving.
Larry also gave me valuable information about which of Jezzi’s expensive supplements and nutraceuticals were worth continuing. This is by far the most helpful and benign intervention yet for Jezzi, who does not tolerate acupuncture and has been damaged by invasive interventions in the past. It is well worth trying, even if you have never heard of kinesiology.” — Dr. JM, Asheville, NC
“T-bone is a 13 year-old English Chocolate Lab. Last year we fostered homeless dogs for a year, at one time T-bone was eating large amount of dog stools. I first thought it was nutritional imbalances, so I decided to take her to visit Larry. During the session, Larry identified emotional issues and made appropriate corrections. In just one session, T-bone had not touched any dog stools at all.
About 2 months later, T-bone had an injury with her right front leg, she was in so much pain that she could not stand up. Thanks to Larry’s rescue, T-bone was able to stand up right away after the session with some pain. Four days later, she was running in the field with just a little limp. she completely recovered in 2 weeks.” — SW, Raleigh, NC
“I’ve been rubbing the three switching points on my guys (horses) on a daily basis and they all seem to love it. Riyadh used to hate me putting my hand on his forehead, but now he relaxes into it. I have noticed that when I walk up to the barn, he walks right up to greet me every time. That’s different. He just seems happier, which indicates to me that any pain he might have had is gone.” –RF, Newnan, GA
“My first experience with Touch for Health came at a very emotional time in my life. Our beloved dog, Chip, had recently been diagnosed with terminal cancer, but we had a vacation planned with non-refundable airplane tickets. We were blessed to find a very loving person, Penny, to house sit prior to Chip’s diagnosis, which came about by a rather unusual set of circumstances as we did not meet until just before we left on our holiday. When we returned it was apparent, that although we had hoped Chip had many months more time and he loved Penny very much, he was waiting for us and was suffering quite a lot. My daughter and I had returned first and while we were waiting for my husband (we did move his flights sooner), we tried everything we could think of to help him. I don’t recall exactly how we got started, but Penny, mentioned that we may be able to balance him. First she balanced me with the goal of helping my dog. I had some wonderful revelations regarding my sorrow at the time with other family relationships that was very helpful in itself. We then took quite a bit of time determining a good goal for Chip. What seemed to work was the goal of being more comfortable. When we came to correct the latissimus dorsi muscle/spleen meridian, none of the usual corrections worked (NeuroLymphatics etc). We then got the bottle of multi vitamin/mineral supplements and Chip lunged towards it and ate two of them (having refused them earlier) – it was as if he knew that’s what he needed to correct the meridian. I can only confirm that after his balance he was more active, apparently breathing easier and ate the food he had refused prior to his balance. I believed that it worked for me and for my dog. I believe that Touch for Health is a wonderful way to understand what our bodies are trying to tell us and can be used so that we can understand what others, especially animals cannot express.” –MW, Bermuda (Touch For Health student)
“Larry… I hadn’t, however even thought of balancing the owner. That seems like just the ticket I may be looking for. The owner is just as anxious as the dog, maybe even more!
You have been an awesome relief and help! THANKS SO MUCH.”
–RB, Touch For Health student Raleigh, NC
“A student of mine called, She had found a young hurt crow. The crow had a broken leg and a wound in it’s chest. She wanted to know what to do for it. I suggested Reiki or anything like that, if she knew it. She had already done Reiki. I asked what else she had already done. She had given it lavender essential oil (the oil of first resort). She had Googled “American Crow” and read that there is little research on crows because they are hard to catch. I thought about what I could recommend for her. She had only taken Touch For Health 1 from me.
I had an intuition and asked if she would consider that this crow was a message for her. She perked up and said that she felt a kinship with crows and after taking a shamanism class recently, had asked for the chance to raise a young crow. And now one showed up. “What does this crow showing up in your life signify for you and what might it teach you?” I asked. She thanked me for suggesting this possible viewpoint to her. “ –Larry Green