It is important to consider the body as a unit made up of several aspects: on the one hand, the physical body, which is made up of different systems (all tangible matter: functional structure of bones, muscles, organs, etc.) and, on the other hand, the energy body which is composed of different systems interacting in synergy (capture of energies, reception, metabolization, elaboration, emanations, the transmission of surrounding energies, etc.).

What is Neuro-Energetics?

Two fundamental aspects at the base of Neuro-Energetic principles

The energy aspect

The energetic aspect is first of all a manual mechanical application that activates energies in the meridians, using acupuncture points where the subcutaneous nerves are emerging. We can distinguish toning techniques used to bring in energy and dispersion techniques used to unblock energy in the meridian. This enables all the tissues that are in the path of the meridian to relax.

The neural aspect

The neural aspect, which acts on the vegetative systems (parasympathetic and sympathetic), is a nervous complex, totally or partially independent of the control of the will which coordinates the activity of vital needs (organic activity, respiration, etc.). Peripheral nervous systems, through motor nerves from the spinal cord running through the upper and lower limbs and nerves to the thorax, are all anatomical structures and systems directly related to the energy complex of the meridians.
These two aspects of the Méthode-KA (energetic aspect and neural aspect) are the basis of neuro-energetics which thus promotes energy circulation with all the benefits it brings to tissues.
In addition, the unblocking of the neuro-energetic points facilitates the relaxation of the nerve tissues which communicate new information to the brain, thus causing a decrease in excessive nerve activity thanks to a relaxation technique to release without drowsy lethargy.
The Méthode-KA offers different approaches, ranging from so-called Soothing Massage to neuro-energetic techniques and manual bodywork: Neuro-energetic Méthode-KA, Soothing Massage, Energy Systems, Posture, and Méthode-KA Movement

The more active approach in relation to body movement coordinates the circulation of the correct energy flow through the meridians -Méthode-KA Movement .

There are analogies between the meridians and anatomical structures such as the emergence of subcutaneous motor and cranial nerves, nerve paths running parallel to the path of the meridians to the fascia, and muscle chains, which are understandable in neuro- energetic.

The Méthode-KA highlights these energetic and anatomical connections in a concrete and tangible way because the relief effects can be felt immediately after applying the techniques of this method.

The activation of the energy flow goes hand in hand with the work on the emergence of subcutaneous nerves, called neuro-energetic points. For this, we apply precise techniques of stimulation or neutrality of neuro-energetic points.

Infinite movement is one of the strengths of the different approaches of the Méthode-KA, used for proprioceptive reprogramming of ligaments which, through information transmitted to the brain, induces muscle relaxation followed by facilitation of joint movement.

Crossed energetic resonance points are an analogy that relates the fascia and the energetic flow of the coupled axes of the meridians. They are also used in emergency cases such as a sprain or direct trauma. Pain relief is felt after the gentle manipulation of a few resonance points that are remote from the pain area.

Benefits of the Méthode-KA – Neuro-Energetics

The scope of Neuro-Energetic

techniques covers all of the following issues:

All musculoskeletal changes, including certain degenerations such as arthritis, osteoarthritis, disc disease, tendonitis, or inflammation

  • Joint restrictions and blockages such as back pain, lumbosciatica, lumbago, back pain, intercostal pain, neck pain, cervico-brachial neuralgia, adhesive capsulitis, frozen shoulder, or adhesive capsulitis, inflammation of the elbow (tennis-elbow, golf-elbow), carpal tunnel syndrome, or mechanical conditions of the hand.
  • Herniated disc of the spine.
  • Bursitis, coxofemoral (hip) joint, sprained knee or ankle, mechanical disease of the foot.
  • Digestive disorder, hiatus hernia, stress, impaired breathing function, mechanical impairment of the jaw, sinus disorder, menstrual disorder, shingles.
  • Headache, chronic migraine.
  • Muscle changes, contracture, chronic spasm, impact trauma.