Practitioner Name:
Jolanda Witvliet
Advanced BIT, Brain Physiology, Muscle ReActivation

JOLANDAMy name is Jolanda Witvliet (pronounced Yolanda Witfleet). I was born and raised in The Netherlands and migrated to the USA to become a professional pilot in the 80’s. I have been a certified airline pilot (ATP) since 1984 and I have flown numerous different aircraft with the latest a Boeing 777.

I became interested in alternative healthcare after my health started to deteriorate every time I flew. This was partially due to stress but also due to the somewhat harsh environment airline crew operate under (recirculated air, EMF, UV-A and UV-B, high altitude radiation, packaged foods, time zone changes, difficult flying schedule, and other challenges). I developed numerous allergies as well as constant fatigue and mood issues.
I adopted three children and one of my children had learning issues. I became interested in a long-term solution to learning issues instead of simple drug therapies. I saw how alternative therapies could enhance my health and the health and well-being of my family.
Shortly after that , I became interested in becoming a therapist myself. Over the last several years, I became certified as a BAT and BIT Therapist.

I have trained under Mr. David Pasikov for the BAT (Body Alignment Therapy) for Module 1 and 2. According to the Body Alignment Therapy, our body is like a computer, storing memories of past trauma, environmental stress, toxicity and suppressed emotions. Through Body Alignment Technique, this knowledge of past memories is accessed and these emotions can be pinpointed in a very quick and direct way, getting to the heart of the matter. A BAT therapist can then facilitate the client with accessing these memories and release them, bringing about significant healing. To find out more about BAT or to become a BAT Therapist, visit

I became a certified BIT Therapist in January of 2006, studying under Susan McCrossin. Brain Integration Therapy uses a very specific protocol to access the brain to determine which pathways are open. If certain pathways are not open, such as the auditory processing, we then use acupressure and applied kinesiology to send very specific signals to the brain to open up these pathways. To find out more about BIT or to become a BIT Therapist, visit

I have also taking numerous studies in nutrition, supplements, and vitamins. Recently I completed a course on anatomy in which allows us to check and turn specific muscles and ligaments on, as they may have been previously turned off due to an injury. This is a very powerful technique to use to remedy chronic pain.

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