EpiEnergetics Foundation Announces Community Outreach Seed Grant Program

Grant awards targeted to provide free or low-cost EpiEnergetics care programs to people in underserviced areas in developing countries, and in local communities for populations unable to afford care. Awards will support underserved and marginalized populations who may appear as burdens to their communities, yet can grow greater resources for their health, wellness and social contribution.

LONGMONT, COLORADO – (March 6, 2018) – The EpiEnergetics Foundation announces a new Community Outreach Seed Grant program to foster growth of resourcefulness in emerging and impactful social outreach programs. Helping those without resources to grow in resourcefulness is at the heart of the Foundation’s mission. The grant program is the first of its kind offered by the Foundation, with continuing grant cycles to be offered in the future.

“Community grants to serve small and growing outreach programs provide a grassroots opportunity to help scale change,” says Donny Epstein, EpiEnergetics Foundation president. “There are so many people, in our country and around the world, who desperately are in need of greater resourcefulness in their bodies and beings, yet do not have the resources to be able to either afford or fund support for themselves. EpiEnergetics technologies are the perfect solution to serve this need for greater resourcefulness.”

EpiEnergetics is the conscious and ecological use of energy and information to produce the extraordinary. EpiEnergetics encompasses profound, radical, scientifically researched strategies of how people make very rapid change and transformation. Over the last 3 decades, millions of lives around the globe have been touched by EpiEnergetics. EpiEnergetics is able to help people effortlessly experience, harness, and evolve the energetics that shape life, health, relationships, business, and reality.

The EpiEnergetics Foundation focuses its grants and community involvement in the areas where it can make unique and positive contributions aligned with the Foundation’s mission, vision and objectives. The Community Outreach Seed Grant program primarily focuses on: 1) grants to practitioners of EpiEnergetics modalities to enable care for underserved and marginalized populations. With our fertile commitment, those who may appear as burdens to their communities can grow greater resources for their health, wellness and social contribution; 2) micro-grants for mission (non-religious) trips to provide free or low-cost care programs to people in underserviced areas in developing countries; and 3) programs providing EpiEnergetics modalities as free or low-fee services for populations unable to afford care.

“Humanity is experiencing extraordinary times, and for this we need extraordinary EpiEnergetics strategies,” continues Epstein. “These grants help the Foundation make an impact in local communities, which then have a global effect on humanity.”

For more information on the Community Outreach Seed Grant program visit www.epienergetics.org/communitygrant

  

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About EpiEnergetics Foundation

Envisioning a world in energetic harmony, the EpiEnergetics Foundation is dedicated to helping people, organizations, relationships, business, social systems and their associated fields of influence to evolve, collaborate and thrive. Combining leading edge research and applications, the Foundation seeks to advance worldwide awareness, access and use of EpiEnergetics principles and applications to create a more inspired and extraordinary humanity. The EpiEnergetics Foundation is a US based 501(c)3 non-profit organization. For more information on the EpiEnergetics Foundation visit www.epienergetics.org.

 

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Spine and Nervous System Linked to Novel Health Outcomes

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Spine and Nervous System Linked to Novel Health Outcomes

A recently published review demonstrates a novel understanding of the role of the spine and spinal cord in evidence based healthcare clinical outcomes. This article substantiates three decades of research and clinical findings demonstrating the important role of the spine in how an individual more readily adapts to stress and change, and achieves higher levels of health and wellbeing.

LONGMONT, COLORADO – (December 19, 2017) – The unique role of the spine and spinal cord as a modulator of health and wellbeing is explored in the December issue of the Chiropractic Journal of Australia.  The article titled ‘A Historical Perspective on Network Spinal Analysis Care: A Unique Insight into the Spine’s Roll in Health and Wellbeing’, is an integration of thirty-five years of research and development of Network Spinal Analysis care.

“Network Spinal care continues to demonstrate its significant role in health and wellbeing improvement, as well as being a leader in evidence-based functional healthcare.” Dr. Simon Senzon, the lead author of the review states. “This paper explores the unique contributions of the care not only in chiropractic practice, but its profound effects across all biologic and physiologic sciences.”

Dr. Donny Epstein, developer of Network Spinal care and co-author of the paper, through thirty-five years of research and development has developed a unique understanding of the spine and spinal cord elucidating the connection of the nervous system to broad health related quality of life dimensions. The care has been subject of the largest chiropractic population health-related quality of life study ever conducted, and demonstrated significant improvements in self-reported physical state, mental/emotional state, stress evaluation, life enjoyment, and overall quality of life.

“It is exciting to see this article appear in the Australian Journal, as Network care is truly a global phenomenon enhancing the lives of tens of thousands of people every week in offices on five continents,” says Epstein. “We have seen profound healing, transformation and the development of a unique healing and self-organizing spinal wave in the people benefiting from care. Many colleges and universities have studied the spinal wave developed in care to better understand new levels of coherence and function of the spine and nervous system.”

“I am delighted to announce the further evolution of Network Spinal Analysis, Network 2.0, to Network Spinal, Network 3.0.” continues Epstein. “Network Spinal is an advancement of more than three decades of insights and is also based upon published research of human spinal and nervous system coherence and energy efficiency. With a significantly greater level of energy and information efficiency, Network Spinal is fully integrated with the principles of EpiEnergetics. Now, more than ever, in our rapidly changing world we need greater adaptability. Network Spinal gives individuals more access to heightened levels of resourcefulness.”

This year also marks the 30th anniversary since the first public demonstration of the Network Wave by Epstein. The Network Wave, which is also reviewed in the article, has been described as a spinal wave that helps to promote wellness, self-awareness, and healthier lifestyle choices and is unique to the EpiEnergetics application of Network Spinal care.

The research article is available for download at http://www.cjaonline.com.au/index.php/cja/article/view/176

 

(Republished from Wise World Seminars)

Spinal Organization and Nervous System Coherence Linked to Improved Health and Wellbeing Outcomes

Spinal Organization and Nervous System Coherence Linked to Improved Health and Wellbeing Outcomes

A recently published article in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine evidences novel physiologic properties in the human spine associated with the Network wave. This phenomenon has potential to become a new measure of central nervous system health, and may have significant implications towards recovery from spinal cord injury.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – (September 30, 2016) – The Association for Reorganizational Healing Practice (ARHP), this week announced the release of a new, comprehensive scientific paper demonstrating the Network Wave as a unique central pattern generator in the spine.

The paper, featured in the prestigious Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, finds that surface electromyographic (sEMG) research shows that the movement of the musculature of the spine during the Network Wave phenomenon contains the mathematical properties of a central pattern generator (CPG). This may be the first CPG discovered in the spine unrelated to locomotion. Since 1997, the Network Wave has been studied in several research universities, and determined to be a repeatable and unique phenomenon.

“The research demonstrates that the Network Wave is truly a novel central pattern generator in the spine,” said Dr. Simon Senzon, lead author of the article. “This has far reaching implications for optimizing spine and nervous system function, including spinal cord injury research.”

The article was officially released in the July 2016 issue of the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. It was conceptualized, researched, and authored by Simon Senzon, Donny Epstein, and Dan Lemberger. The article provides a narrative review and explanation of the research on the Network spinal wave’s unique properties visibly observed in association with Network Spinal Analysis care. The phenomenon has been associated with greater spinal energy efficiency, and increasing levels of nervous system organization through a series of levels of care. The article additionally proposes potential directions for spinal and central nervous research, and applications where nervous system coherence has reliable and predictable measures for health care practice.

“Three decades of research has led to this monumental paper on the Network Wave,” stated Dr. Donny Epstein, Association for Reorganizational Healing President and article co-author. “The Network Wave continues to be shown as a profound mechanism towards improved health, greater adaptability and the possibility of a new baseline for human function.”

The ARHP is an international professional organization, advancing the practice of Reorganizational Healing. Practices currently supported by the ARHP include Network Spinal Analysis Care and Somato Respiratory Integration Wellness Education. The ARHP currently has members across North and South America, Australia, and Europe.

 

(Republished from the Association for Reorganizational Healing Practice)

Ground Breaking Research Presented at Prestigious IEEE Global SIP Conference on Network Wave

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Ground Breaking Research Presented at Prestigious IEEE Global SIP Conference on Network Wave

Roberto Martin-del-Campo recently presented eye-opening research at the IEEE Global SIP Conference confirming the existence of a unique Central Pattern Generator in the spine associated with the Network Wave. This holds huge importance for current and future spinal research.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – (May 11, 2016) – The Association for Reorganizational Healing Practice (ARHP) is excited to announce a recent breakthrough in research findings relating to spinal function and nervous system organization. This research was presented at the annual Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Global Signal and Information Processing (SIP) Conference, and conducted by Roberto Martin-del-Campo and Edmond A. Jonckheere at the University of Southern California Department of Electrical Engineering and Mathematics.

The research confirmed the existence of a unique Central Pattern Generator in the spine associated with the Network Wave. The Network Wave, first demonstrated by Dr. Donny Epstein over 25 years ago, has been described as a spinal healing wave that helps to promote wellness, self-awareness, and healthier lifestyle choices. The Network Wave response is a visible physiologic process or undulatory motion of the spine, and surrounding structures, which has been demonstrated to be linked to specific frequency entrained spinal oscillation (rocking vertebrae), arising from precise force or touch applications to the spine. It is an integral part of care provided by Network Spinal Analysis practitioners, who are members of the Association for Reorganizational Healing Practice.

“This presentation further evidences the Network Wave and the far reaching benefits of Network care,” commented Dr. Donny Epstein, President of the Association for Reorganizational Healing Practice. “Identifying this unique Central Pattern Generator is invaluable in spinal function and behavior. This is especially promising as it relates to improving naturally inspired healing, making healthier choices and living with greater resourcefulness.”

Roberto Martin-del-Campo, presenter of the paper remarked, “These unique findings are furthering our understanding of the spine and nervous system. The potential implications for spinal research are profound as we are able to measure coherence in the nervous system more precisely. We illustrated the reproducibility of the Network Wave indicating that the spinal wave is a coherent movement elicited by a Central Pattern Generator, opening the road for the potential of this coherence analysis to become part of the neurological suite.”

The ARHP is an international professional organization, advancing the practice of Reorganizational Healing. Practices currently supported by the ARHP include Network Spinal Analysis Care and Somato Respiratory Integration Wellness Education. The ARHP currently has members across North and South America, Australia, and Europe.

 

 

(Republished from the Association for Reorganizational Healing Practice)