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What is Kinesiology?

 

Kinesiology is based on the concept that the body is able to heal itself. When there are ‘blockages’ or when we experience stress, (on a physical mental or emotional level) the body is not in equilibrium and therefore cannot heal itself and achieve good balanced health.

 

Kinesiology provides a holistic approach in helping achieve equilibrium in the body which ignites the body’s innate healing ability.Kinesiology is a holistic approach based on the neurological workings of the body – therefore via the nervous system a kinesiologist uses muscle monitoring as biofeedback to access stress (physical, mental or emotional) which is then addressed by using different modalities from a combination of Western and Eastern techniques, to help achieve ones goals.

 

Kinesiology can help identify ‘old habitual subconscious patterns’ that prevent us from progressing and moving forward.

It assists in bringing awareness which facilitates and encourages one to take responsibility and make positive changes for a more fulfilled life.

 

Those who experience the following, may benefit from Kinesiology 

 

- Pain (muscular, joint, back pain etc)

- Emotional problems

- Depression

- Food allergies and sensitivities 

- Headaches

- Fatigue

- Digestive complaints

- Relationship difficulties

- Low self esteem 

- Skin problems

 

Kinesiology does not;

  • ‘Heal’ (only your own body has the ability to)

  • Diagnose or treat any named illness, disorder or disease

  • Work with ‘illness’ – we aim to improve the quality of your life

  • Interfere with faith or religious beliefs – we work within your belief system to find what is appropriate for you

  • Make predications 

 

Want to study kinesiology? Visit http://kinesiologysouthafrica.co.za/kinesiology-career

 

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self-awareness  to invoke repeated patterns of being, that harmoniously correct the behaviours of over-functioning for others, while under-functioning for yourself"

 

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