Matrix Reflex Testing, or MRT, is a relatively new technique that measures the most highly sensitive indicator of function (or dysfunction) in the body—the state of the fascial-matrix connective tissue. It is a relatively easy-to-learn and exceptionally accurate energetic testing method that can be valuable for doctors and practitioners who want to use it as their primary method, as well as for experienced kinesiologists and electroacupuncture practitioners who find it beneficial as a secondary method. Additionally, everyone—practitioners and patients alike—can benefit from the self-testing method taught in the MRT Basic Course 1 class, which helps identify the best foods, supplements, and remedies that support optimal health and wellness.
The 2019 MRT Basic Course includes both lecture and demonstration periods on patients, so that viewers gain both an intellectual understanding of the functioning of the fascial-matrix tissue and also how it can be measured with the MRT method. This combined cognitive and hands-on teaching model allows participants to be able to utilize the MRT method right away in their practices, as well as to be able to begin practicing on their own with the self-testing method.
MRT Basic Course 1 - In the first course we initially go over why energetic testing is worthwhile to learn, and why MRT is one of the most accurate forms of energetic testing. The anatomy and physiology of the fascial-matrix tissue is discussed, and the primary tool of MRT, the Reflex Arm Length, is explained and demonstrated on sample patients. The self-testing method is also taught and demonstrated, so that participants not only can begin practicing this technique on others, but also on themselves.
MRT Basic Course 2 - In this second course the principles of MRT are reviewed and the Reflex Arm Length test is once again demonstrated on sample patients. Then the various entry methods are taught, which help explain how to begin treatment with a patient. These methods include the Therapy Localization (TL) entry, the Dominant Foci TL entry, and the Body TL entry. Additionally, the testing technique used to measure the patient's electromagnetic field (EMF) and how to assess and treat acute nutritional deficiencies and the need for heel lifts are taught. Finally, how to deal with “crashing” is explained, and the Final Percussion entry method is described and demonstrated. Learn more in this blog post on the topic.
MRT Basic Course 1 and 2
Read the blog post on Matrix Reflex Testing to learn more about this methodogoy in greater detail.
"This was a very complete and comprehensive course—thank you. The manual looks good, is well-organized, and it followed the lecture well. The practical workshops periods were valuable and logical. I have taken the 3-day Omura class and 2 other AK classes. This MRT system makes the most sense. I appreciate the information gained through this form of neutral and unbiased testing." – David Biles, DDS, Santa Cruz, CA
"After using muscle testing for over a decade I find Matrix Reflex Testing simple, fast, accurate, and comfortable for the patient. I highly recommend practitioners add this method to aid their differential diagnosis in order to ascertain the most precise and optimal forms of therapy. Louisa is one of my early mentors and she has the gift of making this learning process fun and exceptionally valuable for your time and money spent.” – Nazanin Kimiai, ND, Kirkland, WA
This is a fabulous holographic diagnosis and treatment method, very useful for complex and challenging cases, that beautifully integrates multiple disciplines.” – Jeanette Ryan, DC, Santa Monica, CA