What Is Kinesiology
Kinesiology is a non-invasive east-west technique which integrates modern western muscle monitoring and specific techniques from the East, eg: . This identifies imbalances and physical disturbances in the body, restoring positive energy flows, creating fresh pathways for change. Kinesiology, as a stress management system, uses non-invasive techniques such as acupressure or “Emotional stress diffusion”.
Is Applied Kinesiology A Scientific Therapy?
Applied Kinesiology involves special techniques to integrate the neurological pathways in the brain and body enabling us to think more clearly and respond more effectively. Doctors now know that our neural pathways are ‘hard wired’ to habitual thinking patterns. This is what Kinesiology can change.
How Does Kinesiology Work?
Neuro-Energetic Kinesiology is a integrative mind and body approach to health assisting the self-healing ability of the body. Kinesiologists assess physical or emotional imbalance through ‘muscle testing’. Because illness – ‘dis-ease’- is a stress to the body, It prevents smooth function and flow of the muscle’s bio-electric communications systems. In kinesiology, we are trained to feel these subtle differences. Having identified the core reason for any mis-alignment, the next job in kinesiology is to correct this “disease” in the mind-body system. This can be structural (lower back pain due to misalignment), nutritional or, commonly stress related and worry.
What Can Your Kinesiologist Help With?
- Allergies and sensitivities
- Anxiety and depression Chronic fatigue
- Digestive or respiratory disorders
- Environmental toxicity
- Emotional problems (frustration, aggression…)
- Hormonal imbalances
- Learning difficulties
- Relationship difficulties
- Self-limiting beliefs and behavioral patterns
- Pain and injuries
- Poor performance level
- Psychosomatic disorders
- Any other health issues…
To make an appointment with our Kinesiologist, Catherine Van Den Broek Hermant, Please contact us on 2523 8044 or email us on: firstname.lastname@example.org