Muscle testing is a wonderful tool to better health. The technique is also called kinesiology or referred to as body wisdom. The technique is considered part of the strong foundation of holistic care as it is used to determine the best treatment plan for an animal. Muscle testing can:
- Find out if an animal is sensitive to certain foods or products
- Help you find the best foods and supplements
- Determine the right amount of a food or supplement
- Select other holistic modalities that are the best for your animal’s well-being
- Save time and money by learning and using muscle testing as the first step in your holistic care
- Take a Muscle Testing Class in Livingston, Montana with Kim. Click here to learn more.
- Take Muscle Testing as part of the 8 healing methods you learn in our Animal Wellness Coach Program. Click here to learn more about the program.
- The Lightfoot Way has written a muscle testing ebook. They have taught students from all over the world how to muscle test. Learn how to do muscle testing for yourself, family, friends, and animals, by purchasing the 31 page detailed instructional ebook, The Basics of Muscle Testing for People & Animals Click here to purchase the ebook.
- Become a member of our Animal Heart & Soul Learning Center and receive the ebook and 4 muscle testing videos as our gifts to you, gifts and bonuses valued at over $475 and discount special for our members valued at over $500! Click here to learn more about the Animal Heart & Soul Learning Center.
- Just want to take online courses and receive the muscle testing ebook and videos as a gift? Become a Course Student.
- Muscle testing is the key to an animal’s success. If would prefer to have the muscle testing done for you instead of learning it, we do offer muscle testing consultations.
Upon hearing about the study of applied kinesiology (muscle testing), I found it very intriguing that the body could give you answers on what it needs. After Kim Shotola of The Lightfoot Way taught me more about how to do muscle testing, I started using it myself not only in practice but also in my personal life. There have been many times when I have wanted to use herbal medications on certain patients, but have had 3 different herbs to choose from that were similar in action that be used for that particularly patient. In those cases I have been able to use muscle testing to narrow down to the one that the body says will work the best. Personally, I have used muscle testing for a variety of things including figuring out and resolving chronic GI issues. Muscle testing is just one more tool I’ve added to my “tool box” full of ways to help my patients and myself. Jessica Marziani, DVM