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Specialized Kinesiology



Charles T. Krebs

LEAP is a non-invasive, individualized program that combines western and eastern ideas and techniques to re-synchronize brain neurology giving an individual access to their full potential and ability.

Here is more about the LEAP system developed by Dr. Charles Krebs, because this is actually the system that grabbed my interest coming into Specialized Kinesiology. I still find it truly amazing! So much so that I went to Cambridge, Massachusetts to visit and receive LEAP work for one of my children and myself in 2018 before I would commit to the training and all the studying I had to do prior to taking the courses.  I have so far, trained in two levels of LEAP. I will be adding two more levels in 2020. The first level, which is foundational, deals with the fight/flight mechanisms in the brain. The next level I received training in is all about Memory Circuits and Pathways in the brain. That includes short term memory, long term memory and working memory.

...when's the last time

you found yourself in a stressful situation

and couldn't think straight, couldn't focus,

couldn't remember something

or someone you knew you knew?


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LEAP is a non-invasive, individualized program that combines western and eastern ideas and techniques to re-synchronize brain neurology giving an individual access to their full potential and ability.

Learning Enhancement Acupressure Program (LEAP), was developed by Dr Charles T. Krebs in collaboration with clinical psychologists, speech pathologists, neurologists and other health professionals. LEAP is a comprehensive approach to assessing and correcting most learning challenges including

dyslexia, ADD, ADHD, and many difficulties with reading, spelling and mathematics. LEAP is taught at colleges and universities in Australia and Europe and many practitioners around the world currently use the LEAP program in their practice.

Neurological conditions involving imbalances in brain function and can affect learning. LEAP addresses these imbalances by re-establishing and maintaining the precise synchrony of the brain.

LEAP is a program that enhances brain function, learning and all areas of performance. The foundation of all high-level performance and learning is integrated brain function because the brain is a multi-modular structure "bound" together functionally by synchronized timing of neural activity. Performance of any mental activity can be considered the "symphony of thought". The output of each brain module must be precisely "timed" to prevent the harmony of mental function from turning into a dysfunctional state. Loss of integrated brain function literally equals loss of effective emotional and mental processing, the primary source of “stress” in our lives.

The purpose of LEAP Brain Integration is to re-establish the synchronized timing of brain activity to bring function back "on-line" in areas where it may have become lost due to stress, or was never properly established in the first place. The loss of Brain Integration and thus function may only be situational, causing difficulty and stress performing certain functions in certain situations or circumstances (ex. stage fright) or it may be on-going as in the case of Specific Learning Difficulties.

LEAP restores brain integration by re-synchronizing important neural flows. Acupressure techniques that employ the Law of Five Elements of Traditional Chinese Medicine have been shown to be very effective in re-synchronizing neural flows, and re-establishing brain functional integration.

Far too many of us, adults and children alike, experience cognitive deficiencies that are a direct result of the loss of proper brain integration. LEAP techniques have helped tens of thousands of individuals to overcome these challenges.


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