Kinesiology is a powerful and gentle way of helping people regain their health and achieve their potential.
How Kinesiology Works
Kinesiologists are united by a fundamental belief and experience that each of us has an innate understanding of what is needed to become truly healthy. This information is accessed through muscle testing. Muscle testing allows the practitioner to access information about the client that neither the practitioner nor the client may know at a conscious level.
Muscle testing is a painless procedure involving the practitioner applying gentle pressure to specific parts of the body (often arms and legs) to test the response of an underlying muscle. The muscle will either easily be able to resist the pressure from the practitioner or will give way, at least slightly. The kinesiologist uses the response to access information about what is happening and what is needed. This can be determined because of the inter-relationship between muscles, meridians and body systems. The information will apply not only to the muscle being tested but can also give valuable information about other imbalances within the body and the necessary procedures to correct them. For example, if a muscle tests spongy or unlocks in the presence of a food it may mean that the person is intolerant to that food.
How Kinesiology Can Help
People consult a kinesiologist for many different reasons.
- Help with physical problems including eczema, asthma, migraine, arthritis, allergies, hay fever, M.E., menstrual problems, menopausal problems and IBS.
- Emotional stress and help with depression, anxiety, panic attacks, lack of self confidence, etc.
- Dyslexia, ADHD and other related problems.
- Structural problems, realignment, improvement in muscle performance.
- Kinesiology can be used to accurately ascertain which nutritional supplements are needed by an individual.
- Sports people may seek the help of a kinesiologist to improve their performance.
- Kinesiology can be useful to release emotional and physical trauma from the body after an emotional shock or accident.