Kinesiology is a holistic therapy, which works on all the aspects of health, physical, emotional, nutritional, psychological and spiritual. It helps to relieve the stress that could be preventing you from living life to your full potential.
Kinesiologists look at the body as one. As problems you may have in one area of the body can trigger other symptoms. For example, being highly stressed could have a major affect on your digestive system or vice versa.
In Kinesiology you measure the flow of energy through out the whole body in order to check for blockages or signals of underlying problems one of the way this is down is through muscle testing.
Upon reading the energy of the body the kinesiologist may advise you on life style changes. If they are trained in other areas they may also advise you of supplements, homeopathic or herbal remedies. Certain things can be rectified with gentle massage or touching acupressure points.
It is important to remember many kinesiologists work in different ways and use different techniques in order to help you restore balance in the body.
Health benefits can include
Boost sports performance
Aid the healing of muscle injuries
Eliminate emotional, physical and mental stress
Better clarity when decision making
Pin-point and eliminate allergic reactions
Improve immune system
Help overcome past trauma
Identify nutritional deficiency or excess
Help overcome fears phobias, low self esteem and learning disorders
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