Kinesiology therapy uses muscle monitoring to ask the body for feedback about its current state. Founded on Eastern medicine & a Western understanding of anatomy, Kinesiologists believe at a deep unconscious level, your body knows exactly what it needs to be healthy & muscle testing lets them find the most beneficial solution from a toolbox of structural, biochemical, emotional, electrical & spiritual processes.
What to expect
In your first session, your Practitioner will go through a detailed case history of all the patterns in your life including:
Previous health or illness history
Emotional & psychological history
Surgeries & genetic patterns
Family & relationships
Exercise & nutritional goals
This provides a roadmap of where you are in your life in contrast to where you want to be. Then the Kinesiologist will use techniques aimed at re-balancing your energetic system towards an agreed & defined goal. There may be a list of home support actions for you to do between sessions & follow up work may be required as your life goals change.
Kinesiology literally means the study of body movement. It originated in the 1960’s & combines Western techniques with Eastern wisdom to promote physical, emotional & spiritual health. In a nutshell, Kinesiology encompasses holistic health disciplines using gentle muscle testing to monitor feedback about a person’s wellbeing.
By identifying the issue blocking the body’s natural healing processes, dysfunctions are corrected by paying attention to reflex & acupressure points, the use of specific body movements & nutritional support.
Kinesiology is a non-invasive method that advocates believe may help you reduce stress & pain, improve performance at school, work or home, in sports, in relationships & promote health & wellbeing. It may also allow you to take charge of the way you relate to the past, the present & the future.
Kinesiology was originally developed by Dr. George Goodheart, a second-generation Chiropractor, in the early 1960's. He discovered the relationship between Chinese meridians (used by practitioners of Chinese medicine including acupuncturists) & muscle groups, organs & glands in the body. Dr. Goodheart believes that by testing the resistance of a muscle when a small amount of pressure is applied to it, weaknesses & imbalances in its corresponding meridian can be distinguished & corrected.
The technique has developed into the system of Kinesiology known as Applied Kinesiology that we know today.
Note: MojoGuru does not recommend any treatment, therapy or particular provider. We do not recommend that you self-diagnose. If you are suffering from a health condition and before starting a new treatment or therapy, we do recommend that you first consult a GP. More