Temporomandibular Joint & Cranial Protocols

In by Brad Tipper

Temporomandibular Joint & Cranial Protocols

The three JAF units focus on joints, their shock absorbing qualities, the ligaments (and muscles) that support them. As always in PKP we explore not just the physical imbalances but the metaphysical aspects as well.

This unit focuses specifically on the cranial suture lines and temporomandibular joints (TMJ). These are of special significance as many people suffer pain, discomfort and needless embarrassment from TMJ problems (often associated with dental care and clicking jaws).

Having completed this unit you will be able to assess and balance energy dysfunction of the TMJ and cranial sutures using the techniques of rebreathing, simultaneous neurolymphatic-neurovascular stimulation, cranial inhalation and exhalation reset, sagittal suture -cerebrospinal fluid and inferior occiput techniques.

Elements of learning:

  • Cranial balancing with rebreathing – St #1a
  • Cranial balancing with simultaneous NL – NV stimulation – St #1a
  • Cranial inhalation reset – St #1a
  • Cranial exhalation reset – St #1a
  • Sagittal suture reset – cerebrospinal fluid technique – St #1a
  • Inferior occiput balance. – St #1b
  • Temporomandibular joint – TMJ – t #1c
  • Utilise all techniques learned to date within the PKP Balancing Protocol


  • MST 14.201