Yuen Method Reviews
Yuen Method is an energetic Method which enables the practitioner to Access the REAL cause of a pain in your body or an illness or any life challenge you are experiencing.
I heard about Dr Kam Yuen a few years ago and finally picked up his material a year ago and I can honestly say it was like a light going on in my way of thinking in working with my clients. The “hook” for me was that it helped me eliminate my back pain instantly and because I´m all about results… well I was gobsmacked.
I have a good CV having worked with Chelsea FC for 6 years as head of strength and conditioning and injury prevention but I always felt like I was missing something in my work. I knew it lay in energy work and I have spent the last 12 years honing my skills in this realm and studying everything from Chek, Reiki, matrix energetics, body talk, Tibetan medicine, meridians, chi gong I could continue.
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However I had all this knowledge but I couldn’t get to the bottom of my own physical and emotional unease. I even did coaching sessions, 1 on 1, with one of the best holistic health experts in the world which cost me or I should say was an investment… of $10,000… I still felt miserable and had severe pain in my lower back in the morning and suffered calf cramps and the most horrible crawling sensations in them at night.
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I found Kams work and joined a teleclass where I could have a correction done for myself and I chose the calf issue. He did 2 corrections that lasted no more than 10 seconds and I was cured… it has never returned.
This blew my mind and I spent the next year studying and practicing 8 hours a day. The rest of the time… my mind was juggling the principles of this method and how they fitted in with my own experience and knowledge.
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Hanging out with Dr Yuen in Gran Canaria
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The results I am now getting are honestly beyond what I thought was possible… from removing a huge 20-year-old cyst on a woman´s arm when I only had 10 minutes to work on her, helping a woman who had been hit by a car and was on crutches to walk out the room… without them, in less than 20 minutes… to clearing people’s lifelong crippling back pain in one session.
I’m glad I took the decision those years ago to master these principles… it has been the best investment of my life for myself but also for my business.
I really want to say a big thank you to Dr Kam Yuen for helping me understand so much more about helping people. He doesn´t like to use the word healing as it implies time… which slows things down.
I highly recommend checking out his work and products… this method that is inbuilt in us and we all can do… will change your life, your loved ones and I believe the world.
If you have something in your life that is bothering you be it pain in your body, an illness, you´re worried about your parents or even improving your business I can help… stop wasting your time on things that don’t get you results… and book a session with me and let´s get it sorted.
I spend time everyday to work on my physiological introspective sensitivity (borrowed that phrase from Josh Waitzkin, The Art Of Learning). I have been doing this for about 5 years now.
For me it feels like a quieting of my internal lagoon… I know when there are some waves and work on the internal chatter until the water is totally calm.
I can tell when a drop lands on the water when it is that still.
I have also been listening more to my intuition… working on picking up on the information that surrounds us but we are too internally noisy to hear/ feel.
I started my morning walk today by internally calming the water… picking out thoughts and feelings… working out where they came from and clearing them by strengthening the weakness.
As I walked along a walk way near the beach I saw a man and his dog in the distance… I had the choice to carry on walking or turn left at an angle around a park area… both going the same direction but going left was longer.
I heard myself say “go left” and I did as I’m working on listening to my intuition
… even though I immediately started questioning myself about being foolish and I was being paranoid that there may be an issue with this man and his dog.
As I rounded the park I heard the man shouting at his dog and saw it coming towards me at full speed… I kept my pace and stared at the dog not letting him see fear.
My heart pounded as the dog went back and forth thinking about going for me. He had run about 50 m to get to me. The owner finally managed to get his dog and put it on a lead. He knew his dog was dangerous.
I walked on and realized I had sensed the danger with no real clues or evidence. I have never felt in danger from a dog before. If I had walked straight I would have been attacked head on.
Another piece of evidence for me to listen to my inner voice. That’s all that counts for me… try something again and again and if it works keep it. Don’t listen to what other people say… most people could never feel a drop let alone a boulder fall into their internal water and they have storms raging 24/7 and use alcohol and distraction to cope.
“Use only that which works, and take it from any place you can find it.” Bruce Lee
If you have been following my writings on the body/ mind since 2008 you would have heard me talk about parallels in breakthroughs in the body with breakthroughs in your life.
I had one about 5 minutes ago!!
I have had some huge shifts in how I see the world and my mindset since March. I hung out with my good friend Nam Le in london for a few days and I was exposed to some ideas on life and behavior that changed me.
Since then I have cleaned up my diet and increased exercise and walking. I have devoured books and combine exercise with learning. I listen to audio-books most of the day when I’m not working on clients.
Yesterday I had a breakthrough in my mindset… I became aware of my fixed mindset in some areas of my life that I was blind to and that I hadn’t used Energetics on.
When I saw the truth about my fixed mindset and how I could shift to a growth mindset, it was like a stack of cards falling down… the shift spread into all areas of my mind.
For some strange reason I was driven to go into the bathroom and face the mirror, and look at how far my left arm would rotate behind me compared to my right. The difference was startling!!
I couldn’t believe I had missed the fact that my right arm was missing 45 degrees.
Blind spot or just not ready to see.
I had picked it up before when analyzing my body language and movement but for some reason I hadn’t seen it as important!!
At that moment I couldn’t stop stretching that arm.
This morning I walked along the seafront and stopped occasionally to mobilize and stretch the right arm/shoulder.
Then 5 minutes ago I felt the urge to bend…like there was an uncontrollable energy needing to escape out of my spine.
I bent forward and as I did so I felt pops and a weird movement like pulling the vacuum cleaner handle to extent the tube… I can’t even describe it. *snakelike 😛
At that precise moment I had a flashback to when I was 11 yrs old playing rugby in Kenya, I was playing in the front row.(hard to imagine I know)
I had locked my legs out and refused to be pushed back by a 21 stone teacher who was pushing against us.
He pushed us easily but I was stubborn and refused to budge. I never gave in!!
My back had bent until I heard a huge crack in my mid back and I had collapsed unable to breath.
I suffered many injuries after that incident.
I feel that I may have experienced something at that point in my life that was extremely painful and my back was injured where the body had to release some of the built up energy.
I now realize that the trauma has been locked in that area for 32 years until the causal factor was resolved. Then my back unlocked.
My whole mid back has opened up as I write this and I feel excitement about this new movement freedom in my spine and also the freedom in all areas of my life.
I caught myself feeling really strong the other day as I walked along the seafront here in Barcelona… but I realized that it made me walk, (and my “costume”) in a wider position. It broadened me. Imagine holding invisible rolled up carpets under your arms 😛
Costumes (a good friend of mine Lynn Teachworth explains>)
“The body will often put on costumes of posture to protect or project emotional and spiritual patterns. If you are looking change yourself or create new routines in your life…these fascial/ muscular chain patterns must often be balanced before the underlying belief systems and attitudes can be released.”
I could almost feel the signals to my cells and fibers saying: “Strong is wide so lay yourselves down horizontally!”
I don’t want my body to expand side ways… I want my body to be strong, light and streamlined :)… like a missile!!
A comparison would be the England front row who are all “strong” and look it… like blocks of granite.
There is a collective thought/belief that influences us on this subject… most people would agree that wide is stronger like the structure of a building… houses are strong.
I’m not talking about body builders here who’s main focus is building muscle not strength.
Alternatively, you look at NASA that build space rockets that can withstand the forces of going into space and they are streamlined and have very thin walls in comparison to houses.
This would be more like Cristian Cullen the legendary New Zealand full back.. Probably pound for pound the strongest All Black ever. 145kg Bench Press at 85kg body-weight, plus many other feats of strength. He was strong, light and streamlined!
So what has this got to do with Mr Men?
Then I pictured my favorite Mr Men character which was Mr Strong… look what strong meant when I was a kid lol… early programming I think.
This is my favorite coffee mug … being brainwashed with my morning pleasure hit…!!!
So I am using my mind now to quickly program in the intention to my central nervous system to how I want to shape my body and strengthen the deletion of the effects of Mr Strong imagery from my life 😉
You can also use imagery to shape yourself to be like a missile or a house if you want.
Remember that most people in society today are over relaxing their bodies which causes the body to expand side ways… its almost accepted as normal for men when they hit 40!!!
Always remember to use your mind… not the other way around!!!
I also liked Mr Tickle… Yikes!!
Clint asked a question, “what is the easiest way to incorporate flexibility into exercise, I always forget that part while focusing on strength and cardio.”
The way I incorporate flexibility and mobility whilst working my conditioning is via a five minutes daily conditioning routine whereby I choose a whole body exercise for instance burpes and I do burpes for five minutes.
Cue crazy laugh!!
Hold Up!!! 😛
Now five minutes of doing burpes isn’t easy!! I’m not saying you need to do whole five minutes but you could do 20 seconds burpes then 10 seconds recovery then downward dog/ sun salutation yoga movement or another whole body exercise like lunges with reaches to the knee to overhead reach: something where you’re going through the full range of motion. Then repeat recovery.
20 secs on 10 secs off for 5 minutes. (Tabata)
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So you get a big bang for your buck you’re taking your joints through a full range of motion and you’ll be getting a lot of pumping movement in you’re body fluids, you’re also warming up your body for exercises to follow if you want to do a strength session after.
When I do five minutes of burpes my body is very tired afterwards and I usually combine that with a long walk of say one hour to two hours where I listen to an audiobook on business, psychology or something that’s going to train my mind and give me new information.
Walking has both mental and physical benefits!!
Out walking in New York with my buddy Keith.
So in summary… choose an exercise that works the hips and/or the shoulders through full range of motion, remember, if it’s uncomfortable or jarring or you feel like you’re bashing the end range then that’s too much for the body and you’re central nervous system will not like it and will let you know afterwards via pain. Just start easy!! The whole idea is consistency of small trainings and over time your body will adapt and gain new ranges.
The hips affect the shoulders the shoulders affect the hips if you have tight hips try getting more mobility and strength in the shoulders.
If you shoulders are shut down work on getting more flexibility and strength in the hips.
Everyone has time for five minutes a day to work whole body movements enjoy incorporating it into your routine.
Is your perception of your food affecting you more than the food itself?
This super interesting study was done by a clinical psychologist who does research at the Columbia Business School in New York.
She made a huge batch of milkshake and divided it into two lots. One lot she called superlight healthy milkshake and the other batch she called full fat heavenly milkshake. She was measuring a hormone, Ghrelin, that is secreted when we get hungry.
When the stomach is empty, ghrelin is secreted. When the stomach is stretched, secretion stops.a It acts on hypothalamic brain cells both to increase hunger, and to increase gastric acid secretion and gastrointestinal motility to prepare the body for food intake
Remember the milkshakes were the same…
the people who drank the “healthy” milk shake had a threefold increase in this particular hormone.… Compared to the group who drank the supposed full fat option. The hormone increases appetite and urges you to eat when your hungry.
The group drinking the “Indulgence” shake showed less Ghrelin in the blood than the “Sensishake” group as would be expected with the higher calorie content.
Conclusion… how you perceive the foods and drinks you take into your body will tell your body how to receive it. If you believe the food is “unhealthy” then your body will respond accordingly. The information about the food can be far more unhealthy than the food itself.
the mind impacts our physiology…
“Our beliefs matter in virtually every domain, in everything we do,” Crum says. “How much is a mystery, but I don’t think we’ve given enough credit to the role of our beliefs in determining our physiology, our reality. We have this very simple metabolic science: calories in, calories out.”
People don’t want to think that our beliefs have influence, too, she says. “But they do!” Alia Crum (clinical psychologist who does research at the Columbia Business School in New York)