What is Kinesiology?
Kinesiology is a modern form of Kinesiology that uses muscle testing to gather bio-feedback based on muscle response. This indicates where stress exists within the body and is an effective stress-management therapy option.
The human body has an incredible ability to heal its self and Kinesiology assists in the self-repair process, working with the subconscious and conscious memory, physical, emotional and energetic systems.
Using special non-invasive techniques, Kinesiology helps to restore balance allowing full flow of energy through the body, mind and spirit.
What to expect from a session
Our Kinesiologist, Megan, will discuss your medical history, followed by explanation and demonstration on how muscle testing works.
Typically a session is performed fully clothed, lying comfortably on your back on a massage table.
Various muscles will be tested, beginning with your arms and legs to indicate where the Kinesiologist should focus their attention for the session.
After a session, while reactions may vary. Many clients report feeling calmer and more relaxed, with an easing of their symptoms within a few days.
Please note that for chronic conditions, it may take several sessions to see effective and lasting results.
What can Kinesiology help with?
Stress creates imbalances in the body which can manifest as physical symptoms, chemical symptoms or emotional symptoms. Kinesiology utilise muscle testing as a way to communicate with the body to determine these imbalances and stimulate the body’s innate healing abilities through working on acupressure points, activating reflex points, balancing chakras and meridians and nutritional guidance.
Symptoms can manifest in many ways in different individuals, here is a list of common complaints we can help with.
- Recurrent physical body pain
- Constant fatigue
- Allergy or intolerance
- Anxiety and Depression
- Poor performance level
- Digestive Issues
- Learning difficulty
- Cloudy thinking
- Emotional trauma
- Insomnia and sleeping issues
If you have a specific issue that you may need more information on how Kinesiology may assist, please send our Kinesiologist Megan an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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