Using non-invasive muscle testing as a kind of language to
identify imbalances in the body and find solutions.
In 2017/2018 I am training to be a Kinesiologist Practitioner as an additional service to support my clients to be the very best version of themselves and to heal their bodies from within, alongside all the incredible things in their life that they shift, change and achieve while coaching with me. I am training with Essence Health & Wellness Training, a school in Bristol delivering Kinesiology Foundation and Practitioner training, fully accredited by The Association of Systematic Kinesiology (T.A.S.K.). They are pretty awesome.
During the early months of my training I will be looking for clients to work with on a pro bono basis (read guinea pigs to practice on). If you are interested in being a Kinesiology client (free of charge), please contact me and send me a message.
Please Note: You do need to live in and around the Bath and Bristol area as Kinesiology cannot be practiced via Skype like coaching, it is an in-person therapy. I am based in Biddestone in Wiltshire.
This page will be updated soon to include my new kinesiology treatments, information about my clinic and some great packages.
So What is Kinesiology?
I love the way my trainer Dawn explains Kin-easy-ology which is like this:
Kinesiology uses muscle testing as a type of body language that communicates problems and solutions to the client and practitioner.
Simple right? Dawn's more detailed explanation is below.
Systematic Kinesiology is based on the principle that muscles, organs and glands are connected by a network of energetic channels that are often referred to as meridians. Emotional or physical stress can disrupt this natural flow of energy and disease is said to result when these pathways become blocked or imbalanced. Systematic Kinesiologists can help individuals to identify these blockages by using muscle testing techniques. Kinesiology helps to uncover the root of your health issue by looking at physical, nutritional, emotional and energetic imbalances. A wide range of powerful techniques, acupressure massage and nutritional recommendations help guide you back to optimum health.
The theory of muscle testing was first developed by an orthopaedic surgeon, R.W.Lovett, who was working with polio victims in the 1930’s. It was further refined by a chiropractor, Dr. George Goodheart, in the 1960’s who added techniques from both Eastern and Western medicine. Kinesiology, as it stands today, spans the full spectrum of health. The principles are practiced worldwide by doctors, dentists, chiropractors, osteopaths, naturopaths, physiotherapists, nutritionists and educators. It is also used by athletes, performers, school children and businessmen and women. Systematic Kinesiology is gentle, non-invasive and holistic.
A Whole Person Approach to Wellness - What I love about this approach is the whole-person-centred approach to make sure that no one part is left out. We look at physical stresses on the body, emotional challenges that might be impacting health, nutrition and food and not forgetting energetic, meaning the meridians channels that carry energy around the body. It’s pretty incredible if you ask me!
More to come on my Kinesiology journey - watch this space.