What is kinesiology?

 

Definition of Kinesiology:

“Kinesiology, literally the study of body movement, encompasses holistic health disciplines which use gentle muscle testing to monitor information about a person’s well-being. It originated in the 1960’s, combining Western techniques with Eastern wisdom to promote physical, emotional and spiritual health. Kinesiology identifies factors which block the body’s natural healing processes. These dysfunctions are rectified by attention to reflex and acupressure points, the use of specific body movements and nutritional support. Kinesiology can relieve pain, stress, muscular and nervous disorders, detect allergies and nutritional deficiencies, assist with psychological and learning problems, stimulate energies and release untapped potential.”

kinesiology is not just a ‘quick fix’. To get the results you desire you have to be willing to start listening to what your body is telling you. Any pain or emotional upset is your body giving you a warning that something is not quite right (out of balance) We use gentle muscle testing to identify any imbalances within the body by monitoring the persons ability to hold a muscle against light pressure. Our bodies are designed to heal themselves but some times they need a helping hand to jump start the healing process.

We work from the perspective that different muscles relate to different organs and healing systems in the body. When these muscles are weak the energy of the organ/healing system is out of balance. Through looking at the whole persons: Mental, Chemical, Physical and Energetical systems, Kinesiology can bring that energy back into balance so healing can take place.

Something that I find really interesting is that when an emotion is supressed or repressed it can become a physical symptom. Emotions are really just a vibration that travels through our body at a particular frequency, making us feel a certain way. The good news…Once you start identifying and releasing these emotions, you start to realise just how amazing our bodies really are.

Do you have any or some of the following:

  • Long term aches and Pains
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Constant fatigue
  • Food Allergies and Sensitivities
  • IBS and other Digestive issues
  • Aches and pains that seem to have been around forever
  • A general sense of despondency

If so, and you are ready to take control back of your life, then please do not hesitate to contact me.