In the Eastern Traditions, there are a physical body and subtle energy bodies, the Etheric Body being closest in density and most
strongly interfaced to the physical. Distortions of the Etheric Body may compromise healing and result if chronic physical imbalances.
You will learn how to access and balance these Etheric Body imbalances eliminating many chronic conditions.
Charles T. Krebs, PhD, is a former Associate Professor of Biology, St Mary’s College of Maryland, with fifteen years
teaching and research experience; then as a Marine Research Scientist at the Queenscliff, Australia, Marine Science Laboratory,
and after recovering from paralysis he was Chief Analytical Chemist and Head of the EPA Water Quality Laboratory for the State
of Victoria, Australia; and has published a number of scientific papers & three books, A Revolutionary Way of
Thinking. From a Near Fatal Accident to a New Science of Healing; Nutrition for the Brain. Feeding your Brain for Maximal
Performance; and the recently published field-defining Textbook – Energy Kinesiology. The
Principles and Practice.
Charles has worked with Clinical Psychologists, Speech Pathologists, Neurologists and other health professionals, to develop his
comprehensive Acupressure-based Kinesiology System – NeuroAcuSync™ with several components: the Learning Enhancement
Acupressure Program (LEAP) addresses the correction of most learning problems and enhances mental and physical performance, while
other NeuroAcuSync™ procedures address the resolution of trauma (PTSD), hormonal imbalances (PMS/PMT) and immune system
imbalances (Allergies and Sensitivities). He also conducts scientific research in various fields, teaches and lecturers on LEAP,
Applied Physiology, Kinesiology, Anatomy and Physiology and Neurology internationally.
Charles developed his initial LEAP system in Melbourne, Australia, but now has joined the Lydian Center for Innovative Healthcare in
Cambridge, Massachusetts to collaborate on cutting edge techniques to provide effective treatments for a variety of chronic
conditions. Currently, Charles is conducting research in Visualization, and its Role in Learning at McLean Hospital, Harvard Medical