What is Kinesiology?

Kinesiology is a complementary alternative therapy that assists the body with its natural ability to heal its self.
Kinesiology is a non-invasive, gentle restorative experience. It uses muscle testing or monitoring to assess your mental/emotional, physical/structural and biochemical states. All these need to be in balance for your body to function at its peak capacity.
Kinesiologists have many techniques to assist the body to heal itself. When there is a blockage or stress preventing a smooth flow of energy through out the body, kinesiologists are able to use muscle monitoring and other simple techniques to put the body back to its correct working order. Some manifestations of blockages can include; stress, physical pain, mental/emotional anguish, nutritional deficiencies, food sensitivities, learning and behavioural difficulties.
When you're in a balanced state it is easy to access your own wisdom so you can make decisions from a place of clarity.

Definition of Kinesiology from the Australian Kinesiology Association

"Kinesiology encompasses holistic health disciplines which use the gentle art of muscle monitoring to access information about a person's well being. Originating in the 1970's, it combines Western techniques and Eastern wisdom to promote physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health. Kinesiology identifies the elements which inhibit the body's natural internal energies and accessing the life enhancing potential within the individual."

How does it work?

A fundamental foundation of Kinesiology is that the body has an innate healing energy and is at all times doing its best to care for itself, but sometimes it needs to be helped into a better position to achieve this care.
Kinesiology also recognises that there are flows of energy within the body that relate not only to the muscles but to every tissue and organ that go toward making the body a living, feeling being. We need to uncover the hidden areas of our subconscious that are hanging onto old negative beliefs systems or memories.
These energy flows can be evaluated by testing the function of the muscles, which in turn reflect the body's overall state of structural chemical, or emotional balance.
In this way, Kinesiology taps into energies that the more conventional modalities overlook. Kinesiology looks beyond the symptoms. Kinesiology does not treat named diseases. Nor does it diagnose them. Kinesiology is concerned with imbalances in the body's energy.

How can Kinesiology help you?

Since 2007 Irma has worked with hundreds of people, in thousands of sessions to help remove blocks, reduce stress and anxiety, create clarity and help her clients gain the confidence and inner strength to move forwards with their life, and achieve their goals.
She is currently working in Singapore as she continues her very successful clinic in Sydney.
Below provides a general idea of what to expect in a session and a brief explanation of each item is provided to help you understand how it all works and ties together.

Pre session
It's good to know that we are 70% water, so please keep yourself hydrated by drinking glass of water. Intake form: We will send you form to be completed prior the session to save time. For the practitioner to get further context into the presenting issue, you may be asked a few questions about your medical history and other physical/psychological issues that are currently relevant.

First of all, your session should start with an understanding of the issue that you would like to discuss and any goals or expectations you have from the session. Your issue could be physical, like a sore back, psychological, such as depression or anxiety, or even an emotional experience you'd like to work through.

There is a counselling component to kinesiology, so throughout the session talking through things is highly encouraged to help identify thought and behavioural patterns that might hinder your pathway to good health. However, for those of you who are not talkers, it isn't always necessary as we will honour and respond to what works for you.

Muscle monitoring
Keep note that most of the session will involve you lying on the massage table, always fully clothed, but you will be required to take your shoes off. It's always best to wear clothes that don't restrict movement. Muscle monitoring is a skilled technique of identifying stress that exists in the body by evaluating the function of certain muscles. It is understood that when our brain is under stress, it cannot send and receive messages from the body as well as it should.

Postural and movement assessment
Your practitioner may conduct a quick assessment of your posture. We believe that posture provides great insight into how one moves through their life and that this can be significantly adjusted as we work through behavioural and thought patterns that are identified in sessions.

Primitive Reflex Therapy & Neurological Assessment:
From the day we are born we are blessed with certain reflexes that are crucial to our survival (e.g. suckling) and others that develop over time (e.g. crawling). These reflexes are strongly linked to brain function and learning capacity, so, if for some reason they did not develop or integrate correctly, we may experience cognitive and reflex issues that impact us in ways we never considered, such as learning maths, speech, catching balls etc.

Each and every session is individual and tailored for client needs.

Balancing techniques vary greatly, but it includes issues related to:

  • Structure (muscle pain, sport injury, neurological issues, back pain etc)
  • Emotions (emotional problems, depression anxiety, fear, phobias, learning problems etc)
  • Biochemistry (nutritional balancing, digestion, absorption, utilization issues).
  • Electro/Magnetics (Auric body balancing, Chakra balancing and Meridian balancing)
The numbers of session that are required vary greatly according to what is being addressed. However it is not uncommon to see a kinesiologist for 4-5 sessions for many issues and up to 10-15 sessions for more complex problems like (severe learning difficulties).

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