Where does kinesiology come from?
Kinesiology combines counselling, muscle monitioring techniques originating from a branch of chiropractic medicine and traditional Eastern techniques such as, Chinese medicine. That is why it is often referred to as a ‘whole body medicine’ or ‘mind/body/spirit medicine.’ Kinesiology is a complimentary therapy that works with Western medicine.
Why choose kinesiology?
Is your body trying to tell you something?
Do you sometimes have the feel something’s just not right?
Modern day life can be stressful. Work, study, relationships, family, paying bills, old burdens that just won’t go away, not sure who you are or if you’re on the right path, aches and pains and so on, can leave you feeling drained, frustrated, dissatisfied and even in pain. Prolonged exposure to stressors can lead to physical complaints like; headaches, muscle tension, irritable bowel syndrome, injuries and there may be emotional symptoms such as; anxiety, fear, avoidance, procrastination and feeling stuck or lost. In kinesiology this is referred to as an imbalance or being out of balance.
Kinesiology comes from the theory that believes that our bodies store the history of our lives. Each muscle in your body is connected to your nervous system and your nervous system is linked to your subconscious. In a kinesiology session, also referred to as a balance, the use of muscle monitoring techniques will reveal why your life is out of balance and what remedy you need to bring yourself back in to balance.
Stop carrying around those old burdens. You don’t need them anymore.
With kinesiology the first step is awareness. The second step is identifying the triggers. Thirdly, what you need to bring about change and avoid making the same mistakes.
If you can relate to this list, then kinesiology is for you:
Stress Low energy
Anger Low libido
Pain Feeling lost
Poor concentration Worry
Hormonal imbalance Injury
Learning problems Feeling unfulfilled
Self-criticism Feeling unhappy
How does it work?
1) Initial assessment – short questionnaire about your health & lifestyle
2) Identify a issue, pain or goal to work on
3) Remove shoes and lie on massage table
4) Using muscle monitoring techniques (applying gentle pressure to your forearm) to ascertain whether there are any imbalances stored in your body relating to the issue
5) Discussion of relevant information
6) Using techniques (mentioned below) re-balance the body
7) Advice/homework – e.g. exercise, meditation, avoiding certain foods etc.
Flower essences Acupressure (no needles) Chakra balancing
Homeopathic vials Lymphatic reflex points Colour therapy
Essential oils Pelvic alignment Meridian massage
Sound therapy Cranial alignment Crystal therapy
Nutritional advice Neurovascular holding points Temporomandibular joint (jaw) alignment
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Avoid wearing shorts
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What results can I expect?
A balance can be a cathartic experience (the deeper the issue the more dramatic the result).
After a balance you might:
• feel sensitive, tired or emotional;
• experience vivid dreams; or
• feel relieved, energised, like your ‘old self’ or like a new person.
A balance can be a cathartic experience. Deeper issues can produce powerful results. Sometimes these feelings may last a few days. If you find that you feel sensitive, tired, or emotional make sure you allow time for rest. Please be sure to drink sufficient water. If the symptoms continue or you feel worried please don't hestiate to call or email me.
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