What is Kinesiology
Kinesiology has evolved at a phenomenal rate over many years since being discovered by Dr George Goodheart, an eminent chiropractor in the USA, in 1964. Using a multitude of techniques , including muscle testing, Kinesiology can enable the practitioner to assess and determine the causes of an individual’s symptoms whether they be chemical, nutritional, emotional, or physical stressors or all of the above.
The fascinating aspect of Kinesiology is that it focuses on the individual. Each individual is absolutely unique not only in their biological make up, but also by the emotional experiences and reactions they are faced with in life. So it makes sense, that health issues can manifest in very unique ways, so a blanket “solution” for a specific issue isn’t necessarily going to be successful for everyone. This is where Kinesiology stands alone, because it addresses everything about that individual. If you are affected by a physical injury, it makes sense that it will impact you on an emotional level whether through the pain, or the loss of hope of full recovery as one example. If you are affected by something on an emotional level, whether by a sudden or cumulative trauma, this in turn can impact you on a physical level, just like when you get butterflies in your tummy from nerves or exam tension, the implications can be even further reaching and more devastating. It is now proven that emotion can affect the biological, and chemical processes within our body at a cellular level. This is extremely significant in learning to understand that in order to improve our symptoms we also need to deal with the emotional element running through our lives today but also past emotion even right back to childhood.
Balance is the key. Like cogs in a machine, they all need to work, in order for the whole machine to work effectively and efficiently. And this is the approach the Kinesiology practitioner takes with their client on their path to health and wellbeing applying Kinesiology, acupressure, and various other disciplines.
The client may need to take supplements (which are charged separately), and may also follow a programme to aid the client on this path to wellbeing.