with Janine De La Zilwa
What is Kinesiology?
Kinesiology is a natural healing modality. It can best be described as a language that communicates directly to the body. The body has an innate healing ability, it knows what it needs to heal itself.
In today’s world we are constantly faced with challenging and stressful situations in our daily lives. Stress can come in all different forms – physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.
According to the philosophy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, if your body is talking to you with physical symptoms of pain, stress or dis-ease, there is always an emotional connection. Kinesiology uses gentle muscle-monitoring techniques to access the subconscious mind and gain accurate information about your current issues and what is needed to help your body, mind and spirit to restore balance.
How does it work?
The brain and nervous system hold all the information about your entire body and mind including how and why energy imbalances occur. We ‘file’ all of our past experiences, emotions, stresses, fears and unfulfilled expectations in our mind and body. Muscle testing is a natural bio-feedback mechanism which supplies information via the nerve pathways and meridian systems of the brain and body, known as our subconscious. These tests can identify potential blocks.
Physical Energy: The physical body – the part of us that does the tasks and takes action.
Mental Energy: The intellectual aspect – thoughts generate feelings which activate the body.
Emotional Energy: The feeling aspect of ourselves.
Spiritual Energy: The area of higher aspiration, ideals, purpose,past memory and patterning.
Social Energy: How we relate to life – other people and the environment.
Financial Energy: Our relationship to the material aspects of life.
How can Kinesiology help me?
Kinesiology has a significant impact on a variety of health and wellbeing issues, it can assist with:
Assist with Hormonal Imbalances
Confidence & Self Esteem
Chronic Fatigue / Tiredness
Dealing With Grief
Depression & Anxiety
Feeling Stuck & Need Direction
Muscle & Sporting Injuries
Overcoming Past Traumas
Releasing Self-Sabotage Programs