What is a balance?

A Kinesiology consultation is often called a ‘balance’. This is because kinesiology is the art and science of restoring complete health and wellbeing through energy balancing. It also relates to balancing the energy meridian system and the release of energy blockages.

How should I expect to feel after a Kinesiology session?

Every client responds differently to a session. A body’s individual response is influenced by the complexity of the issue being worked on, as well as a client’s willingness to accept and action change. The results of a session may be felt immediately, or the body may need some time to integrate the changes. It is important to ‘hold a space’ for how your body responds. My client’s often report a sense of lightness and enhanced energy after their sessions. They indicate that when revising their goal they have a greater sense of hope, clarity and awareness. It is important to know that at times a healing crisis may be experienced, whereby the symptoms temporarily worsen. This is the body’s way of rebalancing and restoring itself.

What happens in a Kinesiology session?

The best way to know what happens in a kinesiology session is to try one, there’s just no substitute. You’ll be amazed to see how it works and, of course, you’ll begin to feel the benefits.

A session begins with a brief client history, and the formulation of a goal or intended outcome for the session. The client then has the option to sit, stand or lie down while the balance continues. Manual muscle testing is then used as a diagnostic indicator of the body’s bio-computer. This provides access to the nervous system which stores all the information we need to identify what works for you, including what puts you in balance and what takes you out of balance. Once a holistic picture is gathered, advanced techniques are employed to rebalance the energy system. Frequently throughout a balance, emotions are identified and clients are encouraged to consider their importance in relation to their goal.

How long will the effects of my balance last?

This depends on factors such as client commitment to change, action towards the desired outcome and the complexity of the goal being balanced. Many corrections last for years, while others are brief and may require short tune-ups. It all depends on the history of the blockage or energy dysfunction. Often there are many layers to an issue, while others may be simple and cleared in a session.

Does muscle testing hurt?

Muscle testing is a completely gentle process used to access information about the integrity of your nervous system. It also provides information about meridian energy balance through a muscle lock or unlock in response to a stimulus. Testing is generally done on the limbs. Muscle substitutions can be used to avoid aggravating damaged or unusable muscles.

What should I wear to a kinesiology session?

Loose and comfortable clothing is recommended as you may be asked to lie on a massage table. Arms and legs are tested in a range of contracted and extended positions, so it’s best to be as comfortable as possible. Apart from the removal of shoes the client remains fully clothed throughout the session.

How long is a Kinesiology Session?

The face-to-face session will take up to 90 minutes.

How many sessions will I need?

New kinesiology clients may need to come along for a number of sessions in the initial stages of their experience. The depth and complexity of the desired outcome will determine the number of sessions required. Feedback from the body is accessed at the conclusion of each balance in order to identify the next balancing time. Many of my regular clients only require a balance every month and know within themselves when it’s time for a session. Kinesiology is used as both a preventative measure, as well as a restorative.

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