What is Kinesiology?

Kinesiology, pronounced ‘kin-easy-ology’, began in the 1960′s when Dr George Goodheart, DC began developing a system using muscle monitoring to gather information from the body. This system was called ‘Applied Kinesiology’ and synthesised the traditional Chinese medicine model with Western techniques and anatomy and physiology. From here many other Kinesiology modalities developed.

what is kinesiologyKinesiology is a non-invasive, holistic modality that addresses the ‘whole person’. Kinesiology uses muscle monitoring to identify imbalances or stresses within the body’s structural, chemical, emotional or energy systems. Imbalances can be a result of;

  • nutritional deficiencies
  • poor energy flow
  • negative belief patterns
  • structure misalignment
  • food sensitivities
  • emotional upsets

The premise is that the body has its own innate healing energy that is always working to be in balance and therefore, in good health. There are times though, when it needs help. Kinesiology works with the body’s healing intelligence to restore balance to the neurological and physiological functions. As a result, the person experiences emotional, physical and mental wellbeing. Kinesiology verifies what is going on within you and your subconscious and uses this information to find out what needs to be done to restore you to full health. Then the treatment can take place so that the healing begins.

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