Kinesiology is a complementary alternate healing therapy that assists the body with its natural ability to heal its self.
Kinesiology is a non-invasive, gentle healing experience. It uses muscle testing or monitoring to assess your mental/emotional, physical/structural and biochemical states. All these need to be in balance for your body to function at its peak capacity.
Kinesiologists may have many techniques to assist the body to heal itself. When there is a blockage or there is stress preventing a smooth flow of energy through out your body, muscle monitoring and other simple techniques are performed to put the body back to its correct working order. Some manifestations of blockages can include: stress, physical pain, mental/emotional anguish, nutritional deficiencies, food sensitivities, learning and behavioural difficulties.
What is Kinesiology used for?
• Stress & Confusion
• Auto collisions
• Depressive tendencies
• Digestive disorders
• Fatigue & Tiredness
• Back problems
• Learning disabilities
• Allergic sensitivities
• Nervous disorders
• Sports injuries
• Personal development & Lifestyle enhancement
• General well being
How Does It Work?
A fundamental foundation of Kinesiology is that the body has an innate healing energy and is at all times doing its best to care for itself but sometimes it needs to be helped into a better position to achieve this care especially after an auto collision.
Kinesiology also recognizes that there are flows of energy within the body that relate to the muscles and every tissue that goes toward making the body feel alive.
How will it benefit you?
Kinesiology aids the body through its natural drive. It restores balance and health to your neurological and physiological function.
By accessing your “internal being” using muscle monitoring, Kinesiology can be quite specific and can very quickly determine the best strategy or technique to re-instate the body’s balance. Our “inner being” holds all our memories and information about physical, emotional, mental and energetic states. Checking for unlocking muscles can be an indicator that stress is having a negative effect somewhere in our body.
The advice and information contained in this article are for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace a physician’s advice. Please always consult your physician for your medical needs.