A few years ago, I was “kicked” out of the corporate world, my time was up! I had a strong urge to study and I had no idea what I was going to study, however just knew that it was going to be my year for it. One day a client said to me “I noticed you do Kinesiology”, I said “No I don’t right now, however I am going to!” and that is how Kinesiology found me.
Whilst I had heard of it, I signed up for the course and on day one I sat there with no idea of what was involved and/or how it could help people.
Kinesiology is a healing modality which is getting much traction in the market place. It is considered to be one of the truly holistic modalities because it works on all aspects of a person and thus it is a three dimensional modality. Whereas most modalities are only one dimensional or at best two.
So what is Kinesiology? It is an energy based healing modality with strong roots in both Eastern philosophies, such as Chinese meridian system, acupressure, chakras as well as the Western principles of coaching and the study of Anatomy and Physiology .
In the early 1970’s John Thie D.C. evolved his method of kinesiology, called Touch for Health for the lay person, from the teachings of Applied Kinesiology, a system which was made available to Chiropractors and those of the medical fraternity.
The word Kinesiology derives from the Greek word “kinesis” meaning movement and “kinein” meaning to move. Therefore kinesiology could be seen as the science or branch of knowledge related to movement.
Generally most peoples knowledge of this modality is limited to its use of muscle testing, which is the main technique a kinesiologist uses in order to obtain information from the body.
Muscles are able to move due to working with various other body systems, notable the nervous system. Our conscious mind transmits a command to our central nervous system which converts it into electrical impulses. The electrical impulses are then transported through the somatic part of our peripheral nervous system to the nerves responsible for controlling the necessary muscles.
Where a client process information and is beneficial for the body the muscle remains strong, however where the information causes a stress the muscle goes weak, identifying energy blockages.
However Kinesiology is much more than muscle testing. Together with the client a goal is set for the session. Via muscle testing the kinesiologist will seek any energy blockages and or sabotages which are impeding the client from achieving this goal.
The kinesiologist has a tool bag of varying techniques, referred to as corrections, to address such blocks and thus bring the body, mind and spirit into alignment and balance. Such corrections are a mix of tried and proven energy based techniques.
A Kinesiologist will not diagnose, treat or prescribe however what they do is work with the client to achieve a goal set for the session. With the aim to balance clients in terms of the triad of health, which is chemically /nutritionally, mentally/emotionally as well as physically/structurally.
A balance is an individual experience as each session is tailored for what that individual needs (which can vary from each session). Kinesiology has been known to improve well-being, bringing a calmer and relaxed state of being, as well as improving self-esteem and confidence.
To understand what happens in a session read our article on the reason kinesiology could be for you: http://www.theinnersageaustralia.com/2016/08/21/kinesiology-it-could-be-for-you/
Kinesiology can assist with:
- Increasing confidence, self worth and self belief
- Having internal validation (rather than seeking it from others)
- Alleviating anxiety, fears and stress
- Trusting your own decisions
- Support with making challenging decisions and changes
- Increasing energy levels
- Overcoming past traumas and hurts
- Support during the grief process
- Enhancing performance (focus, energy and clear mindedness)
- Increase brain function, learning and comprehension
- Refining and boosting creative flow
- Improve behavioural problems
- Easing tension and pain
- Helping sleep routines & being well rested
- Assisting with digestion issues
- Reduce or eliminate Auto Immune Mismatches
How to find a kinesiologist
To find a kinesiologist you can search the Australian Kinesiology Association (AKA) website via: https://www.aka.asn.au. Check your practitioner is Health Fund registered to ensure their qualifications are current and at the highest industry standard.
You can also book an appointment with me via this link: http://www.