Crossinology® Brain Integration Technique (BIT) is a proven treatment for learning difficulties based on the principles of Applied Kinesiology and acupressure. BIT opens and integrates neurological pathways throughout the brain, giving individuals permanent access to their full potential.

BIT is completely non-invasive and creates profound changes in the brain with NO drugs or surgery.

CROSSINOLOGY® is effective for people of all ages:


Adults/Business Professionals

  • Organization Skills and Focus
  • Problem-Solving and Mult-Tasking
  • Budget Time and Completing Projects Timely
  • Anxiety and Panic Attacks
  • Fear of speaking in front of groups
  • Interpersonal Relationships
  • Anger Management



  • Reading Skills and Comprehension
  • Spelling or Mathematics Performance
  • Text Anxiety
  • Writing Skills
  • Attention and Focus
  • Impatience, Restlessness, Impulsiveness
  • Behavioral problems related to learning difficulties and emotional stress



  • Hand-Eye Coordination
  • Balance and Posture
  • Closed-head trauma and concussions
  • Gross and Small Motor Skills
  • Focus and Concentration
  • Self-Confidence
  • Improve your ‘mental game’


An ancient Chinese healing technique similar to acupuncture, but without using needles. Instead pressure is applied to the acupuncture point on the meridians (energy flows) usually with the fingers. Energy in Chinese is referred to as Chi and can be blocked or flowing the wrong way Acupressure can help with relieving this blockage.


Kinesiology was first developed in 1964 by George Goodheart, a Chiropractor in the United States of America. Dr. Goodheart devised a system to allow access to the body’s computer, using muscle monitoring. As this kind of therapy was non-invasive, it expanded rapidly in the chiropractic world. Since then, thousands of practitioners have become certified in Applied Kinesiology (AK). AK uses muscle monitoring to assess and correct imbalances in the body’s different structures.


We use mudras in Brain Integration Technique to guide energy flow and reflexes to   A mudra is a symbolic or ritual gesture in Hinduism or Buddhism. The mudras we use involve the hands and fingers. A mudra is spiritual gesture and an energetic seal of authenticity employed in the iconography and spiritual practice of Indian religions and traditions of Dharma and Taoism. We use mudras in Brain Integration Technique to guide energy flow and reflexes to the brain. We can talk to the body and mind as each area of the hand reflexes to a certain part of the mind or body.   The most well-known mudras are probably the ones performed while meditating. Mudras have been in use in the East for thousands of years, particularly in Buddhism.

What is the Crossinology®PROGRAM?

The program is centered around a powerful brain integration technique developed by Richard Utt, Founder and President of the International Institute of Applied Physiology and Kinesiology, and was developed further by Susan McCrossin’s clinic, Melbourne Applied Physiology in Australia. This technique opens access to both Gestalt and Logic lead functions and removes blocks to integrated function, now permitting the correction of most specific learning difficulties.

The Basic Learning Correction Program requires a median time of 15 hours to 25 hours of treatment. This includes an initial assessment that serves as a benchmark against which to evaluate future change, and points out the areas needing the most attention. The next several hours are devoted to Brain Integration, which lays the foundation for the specific learning corrections that follow. Much like building a house, there is little sense in putting time and effort into creating a functional structure unless it rests on a solid foundation. The Brain Integration procedure is this solid foundation which releases stresses in the deep brain centers, including the Limbic System, which controls access to and integration of Gestalt and Logic lead functions.

Once the Brain Integration procedures are complete, we then apply specific learning corrections for dysfunctions in reading skills and comprehension, spelling, mathematics, and the whole range of Wechsler Intelligence Scale subtests. When all the functional areas have been corrected, low self-esteem and behavioral problems related to the previous learning difficulties are addressed using effective emotional memory stress release techniques. Just because you now can perform a learning task well, does not mean that you will. The subconscious tends to go by how it remembers it was and to project ‘how it was’ into the future as ‘how it will be!’ Previous conditioning and memory of how it was, therefore, often shuts off our will to give it a go.

We have worked with clinical psychologists for several years who have tested many of our clients on standardized intelligence tests (WISC-R) and retested them after treatment. The results of the retests show significant improvement in many areas that were previously deficit, and have highlighted areas that may require further work. It is also important to work closely with tutors and special education teachers that are helping to fill in the deficits in knowledge created by the previous learning difficulties.

Typical Learning Correction Program

**The amount of time needed for Brain Integration Therapy is different for every person**

Session 1: Assessment

Session 2: Begin Brain Integration

  • Balance Deep Level Switching
  • May need Candida, High Energy Radiation, or Vaccine balances

Session 3: Second Part of Brain Integration

  • Corpus Callosum, Trust with others and Trust in self balances

Session 4: Major Integration Center and Integrative Pathways

  • Broca’s,Wernicke’s, Auditory Integrative Points, Left Integrative Points and Right Integrative Points Balances

Session 5: Limbic System

Session 6: Visual Inhibition (Depending on client’s needs)

Session 7: Auditory Integration (Depending on client’s needs)

Session 8: Auditory and Visual Integration (Depending on client’s needs)

Session 9: Vestibular System and Balance (Depending on client’s needs)

Session 10: Coordination of the Body (Depending on client’s needs)

Session 11: Digit Span (Depending on client’s needs)

Other sessions focus on: visuo-spatial function/concept formation, verbal concept formation, writing, reading comprehension, spelling, arithmetic and mathematics, defusing negative attitudes, allergies, and sensitivities. Emotional, meridian, and chakra balances.

What happens during the Crossinology® treatment?

The first session of treatment includes an initial assessment that serves as a benchmark against which to evaluate future change. During this session, we assess the electro-magnetic activity in the brain using muscle monitoring and acupressure. This technique reveals the specific brain areas that need the most attention. At the end of the assessment, we can tell the client the probable length of treatment required in his/her individual case depending upon the client’s goals and expectations.

Subsequent sessions involve correcting the specific brain areas that showed in the assessment. The correction technique involves very light touch on specific acupressure points to re-establish electro-magnetic integrity within the brain. Thus brain functioning is improved, specifically in learning ability, creativity, and physical coordination. This is done by pinpointing stress in the brain that affects learning, and relieving these individual stress patterns.

To begin, the individual can lie down on a massage table or stay seated for the entirety of the treatment. Because it is the subconscious that is being treated, the individual’s involvement throughout the procedure is fairly passive. In fact, some people even fall asleep. All of the eighty steps that comprise the BIT protocol are completely non-invasive.

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