How does Kinesiology work

Everything we need for survival, with the exception of food, air and water, is found within the body itself. The human body is self-regulating and self-healing. This means that in order to survive, our body must maintain balance by constantly monitoring the internal and external environment via the nervous system, and making appropriate adjustments. Signals are sent between the muscle and brain via the neural pathways, and the cerebellum in the brain responds by initiating the appropriate physical adaptations. Muscle testing taps into this adaptive system, giving the practitioner information to facilitate changes within your own healing process.

A specialised kinesiologist works with physical movement as well as the mental, emotional, physical or energetic systems of a person. The kinesiology practitioner has a broad base of training and can work in many different ways, drawing in techniques from many different, non-invasive modalities, such as Chinese medicine and the five elements, acupressure, reflexology, chakra work, reiki, sound balances, colour balances, craniosacral work, homeopathic information, neuro-organisational technique, body polarity, pulse points, crystals, essences, eye modes and even conventional adjustments from physiotherapy. Whatever you need in order to treat yourself holistically and put your whole system on the path to perfect balance.