Are you ready to dive deeper with a Nervous System First approach?

With the #protectthehuman prereq you will be introduced to the foundations of what it means to have a Nervvy practice.

Here's a sneak peek of what's inside:

1)

Global Markers. You will learn a simplified understanding of why we respond the way we do. A best testing checklist ensures our humans are ready to begin testing. 

2)

Safety Triggers. You will learn a simple way to assess movement possibly triggering #protectthehuman responses. Reduce false positives in your muscle testing practice.

3)

Neuromods. Learn how to use these assessments to trace down and desensitize triggers causing these responses. A gentle and effective process clients can do themselves.

Bringing together good humans with curious minds.

When you enroll in #protectthehuman you also gain access to a community of awesome humans. A community of Expert Explorers that strive to support, motivate, and inspire. The private forum is available to ask questions, get support and share your successes so we can celebrate with you.

The Process

This course is entirely online so you can learn at your own pace. Without all the filler you may be used to, these videos are bite sized pieces of information that you can immediately utilize in practice.

After you have completed this course you will be able to continue on with the weekend Nervvy workshop if it's right for you.

Permission to explore curiously.

"I can actually work with my guys IN the bullpen."

Shawn Kitzman, The Pitching Nerd.

Course FAQs

This is for you if you are a manual and or movement therapist that doesn't want to be a Neuroscientist, but still wants a highly effective and efficient method to help your clients move well and reduce pain.

You MUST have manual muscle testing experience for this course. If you do not have testing experience, please start with the FMT online course.

It is NOT for you if you have taken advanced functional neurology courses and practice those with ease. 

Have you ever been to a course that had too much muchness? As Founding Members proceeded through the process it was quickly realized that there was simply too much information being packed into a weekend workshop. It was going against the idea of making the complex simple. We are against brain leakage in the workshop.

By requiring to take #protectthehuman first you gain access to a large chunk of immediately usable material that you can get comfortable applying prior to the workshop. 

People first. Nervvy Workshop class sizes are small so we can create a personalized experience. Since #protecttheuman is required prior to taking the Workshop it limits the number of people able to take the Workshop at any one time.

#protectthehuman is open 4 times per year.

January 1st-15th
April 1st-15th
July 1st-15th
October 1st-15th

You will have access to the course and all future updates for the life of the course.

Your satisfaction 100% guaranteed

If you purchase and realize that it’s not right for you, I’ll refund your entire purchase price (minus processing fees) with no hard feelings. Simply send an email request within 14 days of purchasing, and I will be in touch to organize your refund. 

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Nina

Simplification without dumbing down

NeuroNerd work can be a wicked rabbit hole that leaves your head hurting. I love how the glitches are presented first and foremost, right out of the gate, to help us all succeed, both clinician and client. Nothing is worse than chasing your tail in session, feeling a fool for not being able to find something helpful for the person coming to see you for help. This material is awesome at showing you why that may be the situation from step 1. I can see this approach saving a lot of time and frustration!

2 weeks ago
Tonya

explains why muscle testing may not be working for some clients

Explains safety glitches and provides an understanding to utilize muscle testing for more clients. The course is well organized and helps explain how to better utilize muscle testing in practice. An excellent resource for the manual or movement practitioner.

4 months ago