What is kinesiology?
It’s a question that stumps many people – even clients who regularly come in for a session! But, while kinesiology may be hard to explain, there’s no doubt that it works. And the ways it can help you are endless. For example, can kinesiology give you the motivation to lose weight? Will it help you let go of a bad relationship (or fix a good one)? Does kinesiology work in improving your confidence, or assist you in coming to terms with troubling past events or tricky present situations? While it may sound like too simple of an answer, yes, it can.
How does it work?
Kinesiology is the art and science of energy balancing. It works in correcting imbalances in your body which can affect aspects of your life and are usually related to many different energies in the body – be it structural, emotional, chemical, physical, or spiritual, to name a few. The key technique we use to communicate to and with the client’s body is called ‘muscle testing’, and it enables the kinesiologist to access, detect and correct these imbalances in the body.
How will I feel afterwards?
Kinesiology can enhance, defuse, assist and elevate many areas of your well-being. Regular clients report that it helps enormously with:
~ Defusing stress.
~ Assisting with most types of learning difficulties.
~ Fatigue, anxiety and depression.
~ Goal development and accomplishments.
~ Alleviating fears, past traumas, habits & phobias.
~ Personal development and awareness.
~ Alleviating food sensitivities (allergies).
~ Balancing most types of physical, emotional and structural pain.
~ Promoting clarity of thoughts and decision-making.
~ Helping you find your full potential and happiness.
Every client who attends kinesiology is treated as an individual – because, after all, your imbalances will never be the same as someone else’s. Each balance is different, tapping into your own healing potential according to what is needed and best for you on the day. You, the client, are the key – only you and your body knows what is required for healing to take place. The kinesiologist’s role is to help facilitate the body into awareness and greater choice.