Kinesiology is the science of energy balancing and is grounded in the study of anatomy and physiology. It combines testing and muscle monitoring, with the principals of Traditional Chinese Medicine to assess energy and body functions, applying a range of gentle yet powerful techniques to improve health, wellbeing and vitality. Fundamentally Kinesiologists believe that the body has innate healing energy and is doing its best to care for itself, but sometimes it needs assistance in finding this balance.
Kinesiologists think in terms of a triad of health. This means I would look at all aspects of your health. Using muscle monitoring I would ascertain if there were any stresses in your diet, your muscles or your emotional / mental / spiritual state.
Kinesiology recognises that there are flows of energy in the body that relate not only to your muscles but to every tissue and organ. These energy flows can be evaluated by muscle monitoring (or testing the function of the muscle). Muscle monitoring involves me applying gentle pressure to your muscles while fully clothed. Any stress is reflected in the way your body responds to this pressure because your muscles are connected to your nervous system. I would look beyond the symptoms and would not name or diagnose diseases. As kinesiology is not limited to dealing with ailments, energy balancing brings a person closer to achieving any goal of your choice – in learning, coping, sports, relationships or anything else you chose to work on.
The session will be tailored to your individual needs and will be guided by the muscle monitoring. It may incorporate one or many of these activities:
I have completed my International Diploma of Professional Kinesiology Practice. I can help with:
Brain Gym can often bring about rapid improvements in reading, writing, language, and numerical skills. It can also enhance the quality of a person’s attention, concentration, relationship, communication, memory, organization skills, athletic performance and more.
Brain Gym activities are lively and fun to do for all. They require active participation and can require full body or isolated movements. The names of the movements reflect the movement itself. For example when performing “The Elephant” the client moves his/her arms just like the trunk of the elephant, in the shape of a figure 8. This movement helps with listening, memory and regulating one’s own speaking voice.
Brain Gym can help with:
Primitive reflexes are reflex actions originating in the central nervous system that are exhibited by normal infants, but not neurologically intact adults, in response to particular stimuli. They are the body’s way of learning how to move and the brains way of evolving and integrating higher brain function.
For some children and even adults, if the reflexes are not fully integrated they can cause learning and emotional issues. The most common reflex that presents itself in my clinic is the Moro Reflex, which is related to the fight or flight response. Children or adults may be overly frightened in situations that do not warrant that reaction. They may be overly anxious, depressed, cannot handle change or criticism, not like loud noises or flickering lights (like fireworks.)
Other reflexes that I work with include:
To help integrate these reflexes I use a combination of muscle work, exercises and Brain Gym movements.
LEAP 1: Learning Enhancement Acupressure Program
LEAP re-synchronises brain neurology to give an individual full access to their potential abilities. It can be used to correct a variety of dysfunctions or to enhance and fine tune already functional individuals by understanding how our brains engage in learning and the factors that prevent or interfere with this process.
LEAP provides a powerful way to set up the body bio computer for correction. It looks at the Amygdala Fear/Pain Control Circuit, deep level switching and blocked Corpus Callosum.
I have had great success using LEAP 1 with many clients. It may assist in the following areas:
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