What is Kinesiology – The Basic’s
Welcome to my first blog post! Over the coming months I will be sharing in much more depth all things Kinesiology, but for now we will start with the basic’s. The power of Kinesiology results from the way in which it works with the innate healing intelligence of the body, mind, and spirit. It aids the body in its natural ability to restore balance, and thus heal neurological, biochemical and physiological function.
Kinesiology practitioners undertake years of training to be able to access the movement of energy – around the body and brain. The analogy of a bio-computer illustrates rather crudely how it works.
Kinesiology bypasses conscious thinking processes to isolate causal factors in one’s being, whether emotional, psychological, in the subconscious, the body or other levels (emotional/spiritual).
Kinesiology is a non-invasive method, using precision muscle feedback and body awareness that can help you to reduce stress and pain, improve performance at school, work and home, in sports, in relationships, and promotes health and wellbeing.Together we work to unravel the hidden meaning you have put onto your life events and circumstances that have in turn created pain and suffering, the discovery of which can cause immediate and powerful results in many.
The integration of many modalities that have existed for decades or even centuries, it is a synthesis and integration of many ‘alternative,’ or ‘self-development techniques.’ Learning enhancement programs’ and other ‘personal development skills. We work with the underlying causes of:
Trauma, Shock & Grief: Accidents, tragedy, grief, unexpected shock, traumatic experiences and more. If these remain unresolved, they can have a significant and lasting effect on your health and your life.
Physical Problems: Injuries, pain, skin problems, inflammation, headaches, back problems, stomach and digestive distress, reproductive problems or any physical problems that persist.
Emotional Issues: Stress, anxiety, emotional instability, sadness, feeling fragile, inability to cope, anger, frustration, bullying, overwhelm or just feeling that things aren’t quite “right.”
Psychological Issues: Depression, anxiety and panic (including panic attacks), insomnia, busy minds and mental chatter, mental confusion, self-esteem and identity issues, negative self-talk and more.
Behavioural Issues: Anxiety, phobias and phobic behaviour, addiction and dependency, compulsive or destructive behaviours or any other limiting behaviours you would like to change for the better.
Life Challenges: Relationship breakdowns and divorce, job loss, life direction, financial strain, work issues, home life issues, dealing with family/parents/children or an inability to move forward in life.Go to www.thekineziologist.com for more information.
– Angela Sciberras
BA.Music (Arts) Hons Ethnomusicology | Specialist Kinesiologist 15 + Years | 5000 Sessions Australian Kinesiology Association | Australian Traditional Medicine AssociationCertified Clinical Therapeutic Harpist | Author | Motivational Speaker | Diploma Kinesiology | Diploma Biochemical Therapy | Iridology