Kinesiology. . . working in harmony with your body
Our bodies are our vehicle through this life and just like a car they need regular maintenance and good quality fuel. The best form of treatment is prevention rather than cure.
What is Kinesiology?
A truly holistic approach, Kinesiology uses the body’s biofeedback mechanism to gain information about you, the client.
The basic tool we use is the muscle test, which is the ability to hold a muscle against light pressure. It does not measure the raw physical strength.
A session will start with a Wellbeing Review to include lifestyle and medical history. You remain fully clothed during a session – trousers, jeans or leggings are advisable. I will then place your legs, arms or head into specific positions and apply light pressure against the muscle that is being tested. Testing a series of muscles highlights which area to focus on.
Our bodies accumulate imbalances over time and in a certain order, it stands to reason therefore that benefits will occur more quickly if the imbalances are addressed in a certain order. Using muscle testing I can assess the order in which to restore the imbalances.
Usually, when a priority imbalance has been corrected, other related imbalances will be disappear immediately.
To achieve this I use one of a number of tools including acupressure, energy balancing and structural release techniques.
Together we can devise a treatment plan. Suggestions and advice may include nutritional supplements, relaxation techniques and lifestyle changes.
How many sessions of Kinesiology will I need?
The number of sessions required will depend on your individual needs. Clients usually require three to six visits. It is then recommended that you have routine reviews every four to six months.
How can Kinesiology help me?
Whilst we do not diagnose or claim to cure, this is an holistic approach which includes checks for the causes of many common health issues such as:-
Digestive System problems
Back and neck problems – I will test the main muscles of the spine
Lack of the essential building blocks of life – sodium, potassium, water, protein, trace minerals and hydrochloric acid
Too much of the wrong nutrients – rancid fats, fluctuating blood sugar levels
Emotional issues – barriers to moving forward in life
Energy – lymph, meridians and chakras
- KL, Maidenhead.
- Debbie W, Maidenhead