Table of contents:
- What is Body Map Calibration
- What exercise gives
- Who is the author of the course
- More about the course
- Testimonials from people who took the course
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What is Body Map Calibration
Body Map Calibration is a system of exercises for healing, recovery and rejuvenation of the body by special soft and gentle touches to specific points on the body. The exercises are based on amazing findings from scientists over the past 20 years.
There are indeed body maps in our brains: sensory and motor maps. Therefore, the brain "knows" where the heel or little finger is, and which part of the body the feather touched. All parts of the body are represented in a specific region of the brain by their own regions, the size of which depends on the importance.
So, the area with the fingers is 100 times larger than the area of the torso, because the hand performs incomparably more tactile and motor movements, where accuracy and speed are needed.
As a result of illness, injury or occupational activity, these body maps can change and distort, physically, in the brain, and this leads to all sorts of health problems.
What exercise gives
Stroking in a special gentle way at a special speed in more than a hundred specific areas of the body helps to restore the map and immediately brings tangible positive results.
Exercise is easy and comfortable. Exercises will gradually "make" you love yourself, your body, and will bring joy, success and pleasure.
- reduce the level of anxiety and stress;
- normalize the functioning of the immune system, which reduces the symptoms of allergies and other autoimmune diseases;
- effective against eating disorders;
- improve coordination and balance;
- increase libido;
- reduce pain, including chronic pain;
- reduce the manifestation of symptoms of depression;
- lead to better sleep and help with insomnia.
- help with various speech disorders, for example, with stuttering;
- applicable for professional dystonias;
- can be used in rehabilitation after injuries, operations and strokes and heart attacks.
Who is the author of the course
The course was developed by the laboratory of experimental psychology Mindware Lab in partnership with the magazine "Our Psychology".
The author of the course is Boris Zubkov, BSc (Hons) Psych, MBPsS, a member of the British Psychological Society and the International Association for the Study of Affective Touch (IASAT).
More about the course
The course consists of 45 video lessons, tests and other assignments. Lessons are very easy and comfortable to do.
All exercises are performed remotely online - on a computer, tablet or smartphone.
It is recommended to practice 15-30 minutes a day and complete the entire course within a month.
During the course you will be consulted, answered questions and helped by the course author Boris Zubkov. You can also ask questions before starting the course. Communication methods:
- email: [email protected]
- WhatsApp: +79258610414
- Telegram: @boriszubkov
The course is held on the platform of online courses at
The course is available for 6 months from the date of payment.
Price of the course "Calibration of the body map": 2499 rubles
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