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Kinesiology is a specialized natural health care modality that draws on the ancient wisdom of
Eastern cultures and the latest research and understandings from the West of how the body and brain work together, to heal, create balance and to function efficiently and effectively.
What sets Kinesiology apart from all other health care modalities is the ability to communicate directly with the innate body intelligence through muscle monitoring.
Muscle monitoring provides the feedback that allows us to identify stress in the body, find the specific corrections to reduce the stress, and monitor effectiveness of the corrections applied. This is an invaluable “evaluation and communication tool” to tailor health solutions to each person, taking guesswork out of providing effective health care
Through monitoring the muscle response we can quickly identify which category of stress to address first, physical, mental, emotional, nutritional, energetic, or other specific areas, and then identify the personalized corrections the the client’s health imbalance will respond to.
General categories to muscle monitor for rebalancing health include:
> bio-electrical systems, such as meridians, chakras, the central nervous system
> mental and emotional aspects, based on belief systems, life events, relationships
> nutritional or biochemical aspects, reactions to foods
> structural or physical needs of the body, strains and pains, injury, posture, performance
> spiritual and essential nature, connections with life purpose and contribution
> other categories, specialties, systems, strategies as may have been studied.
We can also uncover past stressors that interfere with best function in current time and rebalance those to allow change in present time.
Kinesiology looks beyond symptoms recognising that the flow of energy within the body not only relates to the muscles but to every cell, tissue and organ that make the body a living ever changing organism.These energy flows can be evaluated by testing the response of the muscles,& which in turn reflect the body’s overall state of balance.