Kinesiology

What is Kinesiology?

Kinesiology is a complementary health therapy using simple muscle testing techniques. The theory of muscle testing was first developed by an orthopaedic surgeon, R.W.Lovett, who was working with polio victims in the 1930’s. It was further developed by a chiropractor, Dr. George Goodheart, in the 1960’s who started using muscle testing to identify strong and weak muscles. A muscle will test either strong or weak dependent on biochemical, emotional and structural needs as well as subtle energies. Techniques including nutritional supplements, techniques for emotional stress release, Bach flower remedies, acupressure, gentle structural realignment, chakra balancing, massage of reflex points, meridian running as well as lifestyle changes are used by the practitioner to improve muscle strength to prevent or reverse the course of pain and disease.

Kinesiology addresses the whole person, emotionally, physically, chemically and energetically. Being out of balance in one aspect can affect the other aspects. As an example, if you are out of balance emotionally then you can develop a chemical, physical or energetic imbalance. The aim of the Kinesiology practitioner is to detect imbalances and to correct them. Kinesiology is gentle, non-invasive and holistic therapy.

Before a Kinesiology session it is important to avoid eating 2 hours prior to the consultation, avoid coffee and alcohol on the day and be well hydrated. It is important to wear comfortable clothes for the session. You may bring any supplements with you on the day for testing (but avoid taking them until after the session). Medications should be taken as usual but can be brought with you for using in the session to help lessen side effects etc

Introduction To Kinesiology video clip available here.

Kinesiology sessions are held with Jan Davidson,  Adv Dip NHF Dip ASK

For more information, to contact Jan or to book an appointment please contact us on 01873 858391 or click here to send a message.

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