• Complementary healthcare with Kinesiology


    I work with clients seeking to address the root causes of their health imbalances.

    The principal purpose of most complementary therapies is to produce a therapeutic effect additional to that offered by other medical or pharmacological interventions.

    Clients choose Kinesiology health therapy to understand their "whole person health". Kinesiology can also help to empower an individual to manage and cope with their condition and its associated symptoms or it may also help to prevent conditions or symptoms from escalating.

    Working alongside conventional medicine, complementary healthcare methods are often used to help support the body’s natural self-healing mechanisms, to ease or alter a client’s perception of pain, and to support clients through periods of anxiety and fear, associated with their illness.

    People with chronic conditions such as fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, cancer, musculoskeletal problems are examples of how complementary therapies support clients alongside conventional care.

  • Principles of Kinesiology


    As a form of complementary therapy, Kinesiology takes the view that the ‘innate intelligence’ of the body knows what is best for it and uses various muscle tests to determine which techniques are appropriate at any given time.

    Based on the Chinese medicine principle that energy runs through the body along meridians or ‘channels,’ all of which correspond to a particular organ or part of the  body. If this energy becomes blocked, impaired, or imbalanced, then mental, emotional, or physical illness and symptoms may follow.

    In this way, each Kinesiology balancing treatment is individual to the client, is prioritised based on your current needs and aims to treat the whole person, not a specific condition or concern.

    At its simplest, Kinesiology tests a range of muscles that provide ‘feedback’ about the balance of energy within the body. If a particular muscle is 'imbalanced,’ different techniques will be applied until the muscle responds as ‘strong,’ indicating that the balance of energy in the body has been restored.

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