Information About Kinesiology Therapy
What is Kinesiology Therapy?
Kinesiology practitioners believe that each muscle in the body is individually
wired into the inherent human energy system. The muscles are seen
as a way of examining the state of the bio energy flowing within and around
the body, the response of a muscle to a particular form of stimulation
can be used to diagnose underlying health problems and give useful
guidance in deciding a treatment plan.
An illness is viewed as a manifestation of an underlying disruption of
the bodies natural energy flows. Once the Kinesiology practitioner Has
determined the underlying location of poor energy flow causing the problem
the therapist will correct the problem using a variety of techniques taken
from several different holistic disciplines including acupuncture, nutritional
therapy, herbology and flower and gem essence therapy - to name a few.
What happens during a Kinesiology session ?
The subject rests in a prone position, with one forearm resting at right angles. The Kinesiology practitioner exerts a light pressure on the arm to ascertain the level resistance that the client's muscle is able to give.
If the muscle becomes relaxed then this is interpreted as a "NO" response. A rigid, strong muscle response strong and rigid, this is interpreted as a "YES" response.
The muscles responses are tested in reaction to a variety of stress causing items. The practitioner can discover what weakens the client's energy system, and more importantly ascertain what strengthens it.
The Kinesiology therapist will pose a series of questions, interpreting the answers each time from the client's muscle-test. This allows the practitioner to identify precisely what is stressing the client's system at that time, and then to perform the energy corrections necessary to relieve that stress. By relieving the stress on the system, the body/mind will be freed to implement its own self-healing mechanisms, and the symptoms will diminish and disappear.
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