What is Kinesiology Used For?
Uses of Kinesiology:
- Stress & Confusion
- Depressive Tendencies
- Digestive Disorders
- Fatigue & Tiredness
- Back Problems
- Learning Disabilities
- Respiratory issues
- Nervous Disorders
- Food sensitivities & responses
- Sports Injuries
- Personal Development & Lifestyle Enhancement
- General Wellbeing
“Kinesiology will help you improve Self-Esteem, Wellbeing & Performance in all Areas Of Your Life.”Where, as the result of injury, emotional trauma, nutritional or other unresolved stress, the energy flow is interrupted, the whole body is affected. The exact nature of blockage in the energy flow can be more closely identified by ‘muscle testing’. Acupressure massage, light touch and other simple correction skills are used to restore muscle ‘balance’, which has a flow-on effect into total body energy.This energy balancing that is at the heart of Kinesiology may involve dealing with one or more of the stress factors already mentioned: identifying a nutritional lack or excess, clearing a negative emotional component, relieving pain, stimulating the integration of muscle groups, or improving mental and physical coordination.
What Applications Are Used?Kinesiology utilises a wide range of natural therapies and modalities for a return to better health and wellbeing. Some of the ones we apply at Kinesiology Connection include:
- Many different gentle, non-invasive Professional Kinesiology Practice and Kinesiopractic methods
- Attention to acupoints, reflex and trigger points
- Advanced specialised Kinesiology formats, with hundreds of techniques
- Homoeopathic Medicine
- Flower and Other Essences
- Nutritional Support
- and many other complimentary and natural medicine techniques
Mechanical CorrectionsMuscle testing used by Kinesiologists does not measure the pure physical strength that a muscle can produce, but rather how the nervous system controls its muscle functions.There are over two-hundred bones connected to hundreds of muscles in the body. These all need to be working properly together, to enable good nerve, lymph and blood supply throughout the body. Gentle corrections and alignment of these systems may be applied to balance the body’s physical structure.Muscle monitoring is used to assess what is functioning abnormally. This can be eg. a problem with the nervous system, the lymphatic drainage, the vascular supply to a muscle or organ, a nutritional excess or deficiency, a problem with the cranial-sacral – TMJ mechanism, an imbalance in the meridian system or a host of other problems. Testing individual muscles in an accurate manner and determining what is affecting physiological functioning of the body helps to more accurately find what is going on. Various treatment methods are then applied to the problems that have been found.Kinesiology borrows from many different disciplines and through the use of accurate, scientific muscle testing, in addition to the knowledge of the practitioner, helps direct the care to exactly what the patient’s needs are.
Kinesiology is often called ‘muscle balancing’ or ‘energy balancing’ – helping the body into a better position to heal itself or reach a specified goal by harmonizing its energies.