How Good Is Your CORE Function?


The Space Foundation certified INSIGHT TECHNOLOGY establishes a reliable, scientifically valid, quantitative and multidimensional representation of core function. The core function or midline of the human body is the nervous system. Your Biodynamic Craniosacral experience allows compliance to the dynamics of the fluid tide and potency of this core function of the nervous system. Our goal is to measure that significance. • You will experience INSIGHT scans with your Biodynamic Craniosacral sessions. • We invite you to have vision for your future with your Biodynamic Craniosacral process.  

Three Surface Scans of INSIGHT Technology:

The Patented Insight NeuralTherm™ Scanner

The NeuralTherm Scanner assesses autonomic nervous system function by measuring skin temperature differentials. It utilizes data published in the Journal of Neurosurgery for normative comparison and reporting. 

The Insight Surface Electromyography

Surface Electromyography (electro=electric, myo=muscle, graphy=measure of) or sEMG technology is similar to the technology used in EKG/heart rate measurement instruments. One primary difference is that the Insight sensors are 1,000 times more sensitive, since the paraspinal muscles generate less electrical activity (action potential) than the heart muscle. The sensitivity and accuracy of the Insight technology is unsurpassed! The sEMG measures baseline status and changes in the electrical activity of muscles along each side of the spine in order to quantify the muscular changes associated with change to core function.  

The Insight Pulse Wave Profiler

The Insight PWP allows the monitor of the autonomic nervous system in a new way by collecting Heart Rate Variability (HRV) data. This is a unique, extremely exciting, and powerful tool. The Heart Rate Variability is the beat-to-beat variation in heart rate. This natural rise and fall of heart rate is caused by several physiologic phenomena, including breathing and autonomic nervous system activity. The HRV can give a window into how the autonomic nervous system (ANS) modulates heart rate in the baseline or resting state. Simply put, the HRV measures a person’s reserve capacity. This reserve is related to your immune responsiveness, degree of fatigue, level of recovery, overall energy and general vitality.