4 Diagonal Line Theory

The Polygon Triangular Concept is a 3-dimensional view of Aro-healing’s Diagonal Line Concept. Why another Concept? Did you notice that I mentioned 3-dimensional? It has more than one purpose. The Polygon Concept serves Aro-healing’s physical somatic (physiological) combination treatments, ARC’s psychosomatic treatment programs as well as Arochology’s psychological combination treatments as a Health Science.

+ The definition of a Therapeutic Massage as done by a Health Club Massage Therapist differs from that of an Aro-health Massage Therapist. Can you pinpoint the difference?

+ What does deep tissue massage require?

+ What is Fitness Kickboxing?

+ What is a digon?

+ Name 5 characteristics of diagonal lines.

+ Name four references to ‘diagonal’

+ What are primitive reflexes?

+ What is locomotor and non-locomotor movement?

+ What is Aro-Reflex Stimulation?

+ How does it work?

+ What does Aro—Reflex Stimulation and Bodywork do?

+ What is ARC Reflex Pressure Point Therapy?


+ What is the best way to lift objects to avoid back pain?


+ What happens when someone has a ‘slipped disc’?

+ How can I avoid an aching back during the later stages of my pregnancy?

+ I ‘pulled’ a muscle in my back playing sport. Can massage help?

+ Is the Alexander Technique a way of massaging the body?

+ I heard about the Alexander technique from friends and would like to undertake the training.

+ What is the Alexander Technique and what are its benefits?

+ Do you do Traditional Thai Foot Massage?

+ Please explain to me what ‘shiatsu’ is

+ I always thought that an osteopath was the same thing as a physiotherapist, but I discovered this wasn’t true. What are the facts about physiotherapy?

+ Chiropractic Massage (“the back doctor”)

+ What is a Swedish Massage?

+ What Happens During a Sports Massage?

+ When Should I Get A Sports Massage?

+ Understanding Head Impulse and Vestibulo-ocular Reflex Head Impulse Testing Why is it necessary for the clinician to move the patient’s head? Why can’t the patient just turn his own head while looking at the target spot?

+ Why measure eye movements to test inner ear balance function? The patient’s problem is in his ear so why not measure ear function rather than eye function?

+ Can we give the stimuli regularly (using a metronome)? Why is it necessary to randomize the direction of the head turn?

+ How many impulses?

+ How big should the head movement be?

+ Why do we have this vestibulo-ocular response?

+ Can we suppress this response?

+ Is the patient’s understanding of the instructions important?

+ Why has it taken so long to develop this system?

+ What is the worst kind of error with this system?

+ How do we maintain control over the stimulus?

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