Basic (Face-down Procedure)
The Basic or Face-down procedure is a portion of the B.E.S.T. system designed to be studied as an entry level to the technique. This 5-minute procedure is based on scientific principles utilizing pressure points to effectively allow the patient’s body to update physiological function based on current need rather than past experience. By first stabilizing the Parasympathetic nervous system and then balancing the Sympathetic nervous system with it, total body balance with lasting updated muscle memory patterns is possible.
When muscles are effectively balanced, including the intrinsic muscles of the spine, vertebral subluxations are repositioned naturally and with virtually no force. This method of reducing subluxation is both painless and effective, since the body’s own muscles do the work. By taking this approach, updated cerebellar messages communicate with the affected muscle-spindle/golgi tendon to balance spinal muscle tone. The physical procedure is administered in the prone position, utilizing the Prone Leg Check, palpating the spinal muscles, and lightly holding pressure points along the spine.
Advanced (Face-up Procedure)
The Advanced or Face-up procedure is the core of the B.E.S.T. system. This 5-10 minute procedure is designed to directly remove high brain interference from expression in the physical body. Developed to identify and then remove interference caused by stored emotional patterns, the procedure allows the patient to consciously focus on certain feelings that have been stored in the brain as memory engrams and subsequently allow the subconscious portions of the brain to update for current need rather than past experience. By following the specific protocol, the practitioner need not become aware of the patient’s thoughts or feelings, thus eliminating the emotional interaction between patient and practitioner. Once the specific emotion, recurring thought, stress or feeling has been identified, the practitioner instructs the patient’s conscious thought process, eye position,and breathing pattern to re-time the body toward a more appropriate current need. Once the patient’s body is functioning based on a current, updated need, rather than a series of past experiences, true healing can and will occur. The physical procedure is administered in the face-up position, utilizing the Arm Strength Check, Leg Length/Spasticity Check, and lightly touching the treatment points on the head and cervical spine.