MMT Redefined Overview

You'll have access to over 120 minutes of video, a handout chock full of useful information, and access to an active discussion group!

What you can expect to learn: 

What binary assessment is and how we can evolve from binary to a more sophisticated conversation with the nervous system.

The Autonomic Nervous System has two modes. Each one of these modes produces different outcomes when using MMT as component of your assessment strategy.

The correlation of movement response and nervous system response provides the reference needed to identify how assessment is stimulating the nervous system.

How to use both movement and receptor response as process to identify coping strategies and ANS response.

Manual Muscle Testing has an inherit problem, as the quality of information that is being correlated is skewed. Why is the information being skewed? There are multiple perspectives to this question, but I feel that from my many decades of experience that I've come up with a potent answer and assessment technique that can help you get more consistent results with your clients.

This mini seminar will address the reason why MMT produces skewed results and what we can do as practitioners to vet out the sources of aberrant information.

About Joseph

Joseph Schwartz is the developer Dynamic Neuromuscular Assessment™ Seminars and The 5 Primary Kinetic Chains. Schwartz’s exploration and study in the somatic field has led him on a 30+ year journey of finding joy being in the body. His passion is to give people a movement experience that creates a shift in perception. His inquisitive nature continually asks him to look deeper at why different practices have different physiological effects, such as how the tangible and the non-tangible interface with this vehicle we call the body.