Kinesiology
 

Kinesiology is a holistic approach to long lasting health and vitality, with results that can be felt immediately. It melds ancient eastern healing art with western physiological healing sciences to address a wide-range of physical, emotional, mental, nutritional and spiritual issues.

Who Can Benefit From Kinesiiology?

Everyone can benefit from kinesiology, from the unwell to the very fit. Adults, children, men and woman use it to improve performance in many areas of their life such as education, sports, business, finance and relationships.

 

While kinesiology helps a wide range of health issues you don't need to be sick to see a kinesiologist. It can help you make positive changes and improve your health and well being.

A Kinesiology Session

A kinesiology session is non-invasive. The practitioner will use an arm as their muscle monitoring tool. By applying gentle pressure the kinesiologist is able to identify physical, emotional,mental and nutritional imbalances or blockages.

Using muscle monitoring the kinesiologist will identify imbalances involved in the issue and then what techniques to apply to restore the client's Body-Mind to balance.

These techniques may include:

Meridian & acupoint stimulation       

Muscle stimulation

Sound therapy

Emotional stress release

Vibrational remedies

Specific exercises

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What Can Kinesiology Help.

Physical Pain

Back/ shoulder pain

Joint pain

Scoliosis

Muscular / skeletal issue

Asthma & Allergies

Hormonal imbalances

Thyroid / Adrenal issues

Weight loss

Bloating & indigestion

Run down/ low energy levels

Immune system

Sleep issues

Libido

Bed wetting

Eczema

Emotional Imbalances

Stress
Anxiety
Fears and phobias
Grief
Guilt
Past trauma
Loneliness
Relationship problems
Sadness
Post natal depression
Depression
Feeling lost
Addictions

Mental Health

Confidence issues

Self esteem

Public speaking

Bipolar

Anger

Worrying

Bullying

Foggy thinking

Anxiety

Attention deficit disorder 

Learning difficulties

Obsessive compulsive disorder

Decision making

& More