What is Kinesiology?
Kinesiology is a holistic way of detecting and correcting imbalances in your body’s energy. These imbalances may relate to stress, injury, nutritional deficiencies, sensitivities, learning difficulties, pain, anxiety or some other cause. They may be preventing you from achieving what you want in life, or from feeling your very best.
Kinesiology involves the use of muscle-testing to find out where these imbalances are and what is needed to correct them. By testing various muscles we can get a read-out of what is happening on all levels: mental, emotional, physical, spiritual, nutritional and so on. Your body chooses, by indicating with muscle responses, what is best for you, rather than the practitioner telling you what you need.
Professional Kinesiology Practitioners work with the mind and the emotions as well as the body, using many different techniques to enable you to release energy blocks, eliminate toxins, reduce tension and enhance your body’s natural healing ability. It is non-invasive and pain-free, brings awareness and insight, as well as helping you to find solutions and resolve stress, reduce or remove pain, and move forward to achieve your full potential.
Kinesiology doesn’t just deal with ailments; it can also help you improve performance and achieve goals you may be having difficulty reaching, whether at work or home, in sports, at school or in relationships.
Kinesiology can be used to boost your general health and wellbeing or to help with specific problems, such as weight loss, aches and pains, hormonal imbalances, lack of sleep, digestive problems, depression, phobias and low self-esteem. It can help clear past trauma, problems or worries you have right now, or to prepare for a forthcoming event that is causing anxiety, such as an interview or exam. You can also use it to see what supplements suit you, if there are any foods you need to eat or would be better off without.
Although we are able to improve our health and well-being to a certain degree on our own, sometimes we need a helping hand.
Important note: Penny does not diagnose medical conditions and does not advise you to come off any medications you are taking. She always recommends you seek appropriate medical attention.