Saturday, 08 January 2011 19:18
What is Systematic Kinesiology?
Systematic Kinesiology is a potent, safe, powerful, hands-on, drug-free natural approach to holistic health care. It uses muscle testing to find problem areas, and massage, touch, nutrition, and counselling to balance holistically.
Kinesiology uses gentle muscle testing to evaluate many functions of the body in the structural, chemical, neurological, and biochemical realms. Kinesiological muscle testing does not assess strength, but tests the integrity of the many factors which determine its response when called upon to contract.
Kinesiology testing does not diagnose disease. Muscle testing enables analysis which detects minor functional imbalances. Minor imbalances when not corrected, accumulate and cause compensations.
How does it work?
Everyone knows working in any city is stressful! Articles abound on various ways to cope. But a new effective holistic health impetus is rapidly gathering momentum, it is called Advanced Kinesiology, (Kin-easy-ology) or A.K. for short. Its main claim to fame? It is the most truly holistic approach to natural health care. Discovered in 1964, and constantly being researched and improved, it offers plenty of self-help techniques that really work.
Compensations compound each other, lead to functional changes, and give rise to symptoms of discomfort, pain or maybe allergic reactions. If these warnings are ignored, disease can follow.
Using massage, nutrition, and contact points, Kinesiology helps with: emotions and anxieties, specific personal dietary intake and supplements for nutritional deficiencies, structural imbalances and energy blocks. Kinesiology balances the whole person which enhances health and well-being. Health wards off disease. Kinesiology is truly preventive..
A self-help way to reduce stress
For instance, if you feel a particular situation is getting you to screaming pitch, try this: Put the three middle fingers of each hand on your fore-head, just above your eyebrows, with the centre finger in a vertical line with the iris of your eye. Stretch the skin upwards with very light pressure, just enough to avoid slipping off.
Now comes the important bit, keeping your fingers steady, focus intently on the stressful problem. If you feel your mind wandering, just force yourself to concentrate on the one topic until you cannot focus on it.
People say things like, "It just drifted away.." "It didn't seem to be so important", or surprisingly, "A solution popped into my mind!"
Try it! It works!! This is just one technique of dozens, nay hundreds we teach on our courses.
How much does it Cost and how long will it take?
An average session lasts about 1-1.5 hours and costs between £20 and £35 (2006 prices). Many practitioners do concessions for people who are not in work. The number of sessions needed varies tremendously, but most practitioners can give some idea of this during the initial consultation.
For more information please visit the Kinesiology Federation.
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