Kinesiology FAQ

What happens in a treatment of systematic kinesiology?
How many treatments?
What can Systematic Kinesiology help?
What can be treated? Who can benefit? What are the benefits?

Will kinesiology interfere with medication?
Healing and kinesiology?

What happens in a systematic kinesiology session?
You can read all you like about Kinesiology but there is no substitute for trying it yourself.
Your kinesiologist will first take a case history. You remain fully clothed in a Kinesiology session. The practitioner will place your arms, legs or head into specific positions and then apply a light pressure on one or more muscles. The quality of response to this pressure determines whether or not there is an imbalance in the muscle-organ-meridian circuit. A muscle test, as used by Kinesiologists, does not measure the raw physical strength. Imbalances even show up on body builders.

Muscle testing gives the Kinesiologist information and feedback from our body about its condition. Since our bodies accumulate imbalances in a certain order, they will return to health quicker if the imbalances are corrected in a certain order. Through muscle testing, a Kinesiologist can assess the order in which to correct the imbalances. Usually, once a priority has been balanced, we will see that other related imbalances disappear immediately. This is why in kinesiology, we always work on the cause and not the effect, therefore restoring balance quicker.  The initial “problem” a client comes to be helped with might not be what the body needs balancing with first.
Someone might come with a pelvis problem that really stems from a neck misalignment. Somebody else may be emotionally involved in a situation which, through muscle testing, (the body’s biofeedback mechanism), apppears not to be the primary cause. Through in depth work, it might be revealed that the root of the condition lies in a lifelong belief which has caused countless emotional imbalances in the person’s life. Finally, someone might consult for general fatigue and depression and muscle testing might reveal a number of food sensitivities and a need for nutritional correction. These are just a few examples as every single person is assessed totally in a holistic way. Everybody has his/her own biochemical, emotional, structural and electromagnetic individuality
The exact approach you receive depends on the feedback your body gives through the muscle test about what it needs to return to health. The body never lies.

How many sessions?
This depends very much on your complaint, how long you’ve had it, and how fully you participate in your own treatment, i.e. making the recommended lifestyle and dietary changes that often form part of the treatment plan and whether or not you are ready to change ( sometimes inner resistance will delay our own progress). There might be issues or systems in the body which need balancing before being able to address the original condition. Usually, however, most people experience an improvement after one visit and will benefit from a few more according to the condition .
It is then recommended that you have routine balances two to three times a year.

What can Systematic Kinesiology help with?

Every health problem will have at least one imbalance. And every imbalance will have at least one component to it (biochemical, emotional, structural and electromagnetic). Finding imbalances and balancing holistically is what Systematic Kinesiology is all about, so it can help with just about anything.

Who can benefit?
People of all ages – whatever their level of fitness or health – can benefit, including:

· babies & children,
· elderly,
· athletes,
· performers,
· injured,
· unwell.

Even healthy people will benefit from regular kinesiology treatments. Babies and people who cannot be muscle tested directly can be tested through a surrogate (using somebody else).

What are the benefits experienced by clients?
Kinesiology may restore the whole system to balance, facilitating the self-healing process.
It can, for example: 

  • relieve physical pain, tension and improve posture, 
  •  defuse stress and the causes of stress, 
  •  heal traumas, 
  •  enhance brain function and co-ordination, 
  •  discover individual nutritional needs, 
  •  identify food and environmental sensitivities, 
  •  find and clear underlying causes of energy blocks/imbalances/ disease,
  •  increase energy and vitality,
  •  prevent illness, 
  •  help achieve life goals. 

Will kinesiology interfere with medication?
Kinesiology is a complementary therapy and, as such, is considered to complement any medication you may be taking. Your kinesiologist will take a case history, including details of any medication. Unless medically qualified, your kinesiologist will not suggest any changes to your medication. Whatever changes you might feel you need, will have to be reviewed with your GP/Consultant as your therapy progresses as well as any supplements recommended.

Healing and kinesiology?
I combine a general body balance with vibrational healing.


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