What is Kinesiology?
It is a non-invasive yet very effective therapy that utilises muscle monitoring (muscle testing) to identify the cause(s) of stress or imbalance in the body and mind. The body has an innate ability to heal itself and when it can’t it lets us know with symptoms. Our muscles are connected to our brain via our nervous system. When pressure is applied to a muscle to get a response from the client’s nervous system the way the muscle responds provides biofeedback to the Kinesiologist. The cause of stress or energy block can then be identified as well as what support the mind and body requires for healing.
Kinesiology can assist you at any stage of life. Holistic in its approach it takes into account the mind, body and spirit. You don’t need to be unwell to reap the benefits of Kinesiology!
Why is it so Effective?
Kinesiology is tailored to your specific needs as your body is directly providing the answers through the muscle monitoring. In this way the muscle monitoring can be considered a biofeedback tool, providing answers and information regarding your cause of stress or energy block and what support is required to help you move forward.
What can Kinesiology assist with?
Kinesiology is a great tool for dealing with so many things including health, physical aches and pains, challenges, change, achieving goals, personal and spiritual growth. It helps you to gain clarity, clear stress and move forward. Some of the things Kinesiology can assist with include:
- Health and well-being – digestive issues, food sensitivities, allergies, immune conditions
- Physical aches and pains – neck pain, shoulder pain, muscular complaints
- Emotional issues
- Anxiety, Depression, Headaches, Phobias
- Stress, Fatigue, Confusion
- Low Self Esteem
- Understanding and improving relationships
- Dealing with change
- Goal Accomplishment
- Chakra clearing and balancing
- Personal development and self empowerment
- And a whole lot more!
Kinesiology does not claim to cure anything nor does it treat or diagnose conditions or named diseases.
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