Thank you Clive Bingham, Kinesiology Association, for producing and supplying this video.
In 1965 Dr G Goodheart DC, a US chiropractor found that testing a muscle reveals vital information impossible to determine by any other method. Kinesiology developed as a result and is the science of muscle testing in relation to all bodily functions. There are many types of Kinesiology. Systematic Kinesiologists take a holistic approach by addressing mind, body, bio-chemistry and energy and do not focus on individual parts or symptoms.
The 1st Kinesiology treatment begins with medical and lifestyle consultation. Kinesiology is non-intrusive and you can remain fully clothed during the session. The muscle test is carried out mainly using the arms and legs in various positions and applying gentle pressure. Feedback from the body reveals its condition and the order in which imbalances need to be treated.
Although Systematic Kinesiologists do not treat disease or medical conditions they can help with more than 80% of all health problems such as stress, back and neck pain, sciatica, headaches, shoulder tension, digestive problems, low energy and fatigue, mood swings, breast tenderness, emotional trauma, fears and phobias, poor concentration, dyslexia, learning difficulties. Most of these health problems result from our stressful lives, poor eating habits, lack of daylight, fresh air and exercise.
The treatment plan may include nutritional and supplement advice, various stress release techniques, Bach Flower Remedies, acupressure, gentle structural realignment, chakra balancing, firm therapeutic reflex massage, as well as suitable suggestions for lifestyle changes. Please note not all practitioners who use muscle testing are fully qualified Kinesiologists.
The amount of sessions required depends on the individual and their conditions. For some people one session is enough to help to get them back on track and for others regular sessions are necessary. Lesley uses techniques to help determine what is right for the client going forwards although the choice is always with the client. A minimum of three sessions is recommended. Remote / distance sessions are available.