B.E.S.T. is a non-forceful, energy balancing, hands-on procedure used to help reestablish the full healing potential of the body. The client is fully clothed and is treated on a massage table. The Practitioner utilizes muscle testing of the arms and legs using a well-documented protocol to access both the conscious mind and subconscious brain. Contact points around the head are determined from the muscle response and lightly held by the Practitioner to clear subconscious blocks. The client may or may not feel a change in their body during the treatment. Improvement is generally noticed within 24 hours.
Sessions are scheduled by appointment only (in-person or remote) and all treatment is individual and confidential.
Treatments are scheduled for 45-minutes.
No preparation is necessary, as the Practitioner determines what is in priority for balancing using the muscle testing. The client can bring a list of issues they would like to address; this list is only viewed by the client. The Practitioner does not need to know anything about the issue.
A B.E.S.T. Practitioner is not a therapist. In therapy, the therapist works with a client through discussion to determine the actual event or situation that created the belief impacting their life. In B.E.S.T, the Practitioner works with the subconscious brain using the body to identify limiting beliefs or perceptions. There is no need to determine or revisit the actual event, B.E.S.T balancing clears the subconscious interference that the body identifies is in priority.
It is not necessary to disclose or discuss your issue or concern. The client simply holds the thought of the concern or issue in their mind, and the Practitioner uses muscle testing to determine what the body needs for clearing and balance.
The need for subsequent sessions and the timing of the sessions are dependent on many things, including severity of the condition, duration of the condition, and lifestyle factors. For many issues, 1 to 3 weekly visits are sufficient. With severe conditions, sessions 2 to 3 times per week may be recommended. Follow up is discussed after the first session.
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