Kinesiology is a way of letting your body and soul do the talking when it comes to finding the underlying cause of dysfunction or imbalances within your body. The symptoms that you are experiencing are your body’s way of communicating to you that something isn’t quite right, and kinesiology can help you to get to the root cause of those symptoms. Quite often it identifies causes that the mainstream medical system has failed to consider, such as past trauma or underlying emotional stress.
Gentle muscle monitoring is used to follow the trail of where the stress is being held in your body, as well as show us how your body wants to correct and remove those stressors. By unravelling ingrained negative patterns and removing blockages, we can allow the body’s self-healing abilities to operate as they were always intended to do. My kinesiology clients have experienced profound improvements in their physical health, as well as in their mental and emotional wellbeing following their sessions.
Who would benefit from a kinesiology session?
If you suffer from any of the following, than kinesiology can help you:
- chronic pain or illness
- relationship issues
- headaches or migraines
- digestive disorders
- hormonal imbalances
- anxiety or depression
- learning difficulties
- autoimmune conditions
- adrenal fatigue
- food intolerances or allergies
- low immune system
- needing clarity
- and many more
How does a kinesiology session work?
Your initial appointment will begin with a detailed discussion about your health and lifestyle, and what you are hoping to achieve from your kinesiology session.
After this you will lie on the treatment table so that I can use muscle monitoring (typically on your forearm) to assess what your body is ready to shift, where the root cause of your symptoms are, and how your body wants to begin unravelling them. The tools that I use to correct imbalances in your body can be varied and differ from treatment to treatment. They may include bush flower essences, acupressure points/meridians, craniosacral therapy techniques, foot reflexology, balancing chakras, energy healing or clearing emotions and many more. Sometimes just the awareness of the underlying cause is enough for your body to start unwinding it.
All therapies are gentle and non-invasive.
How will I feel after a kinesiology session?
Following a session you should generally feel more calm, clear and focused. You should have an amazing night sleep and you may notice some improvements in symptoms (such as a reduction in digestive symptoms or reduction in pain).
However it is also not abnormal to feel out of sorts for up to 24 hours as your body readjusts to its new equilibrium and can result in what appears to be a worsening of symptoms (such as a restless night sleep or upset digestive system). This is actually a good sign that things have changed and is just part of the healing journey. These symptoms should settle down within 24 hours.
How many sessions will you need?
If you have had an illness for a long time, it is rarely going to be remedied by one treatment (although sometimes it can be). To receive the most benefit from your sessions, it is recommended to book at least 3 appointments upfront (1-2 weeks apart). Once your symptoms begin to lessen, you can then move to monthly appointments. However, after experiencing the benefits of Kinesiology, you will want to keep kinesiology as part of your regular mind, body and spirit self-care practice.
To speed up your healing, I offer a package of Kinesiology Package which includes your initial 90 minutes session, 2 follow-up 60 minute sessions, as well as weekly check-ins and ongoing support between sessions. This designated time can be used for coaching or a quick distance healing and is only available for Kinesiology Packages paid for in full.
Not able to come to a kinesiology session in person?
Kinesiology can also be performed over distance just as effectively. This is great for people who do not live locally, or cannot come in person due to health reasons. Bookings can be made on my calendar by selecting the ‘Telehealth’ option under ‘Appointment Type’. Note that these sessions will need to be paid for at the time of booking the appointment.