Your body/mind has stored every experience
Kinesiology (kin-easy-ology) is a holistic health discipline that originated in the 1960’s by chiropractor Dr George Goodheart who combined Western techniques and Eastern wisdom to create Applied Kinesiology.
He used Kinesiology to clear blockages and deal with the real cause of the problem, drawing out the emotional as well as the physical aspect of the health issue.
Kinesiology accesses and defuses much of the stress and emotion that lies at the root of many health problems. It does this by muscle testing, using bio-feedback – like a direct access into your brain’s blueprint.
Your body/mind has stored every experience you’ve ever had, including emotions, stresses, memories and so forth. This influences your current level of health often resulting in physical pain, illness, anxiety, stress, digestive imbalance, relationship difficulties, low confidence, depression etc.
Your Kinesiologist uses this information along with a range of techniques to unblock energy and release stresses. These techniques include acupressure, reflex points, Chi & meridian therapy, specific body movements, Bach Flower Essences, nutritional and lifestyle changes and much more.
Kinesiology can help to relieve pain, stress, muscular and nervous disorders, detect food sensitivities, nutritional deficiencies, assist with learning difficulties, stimulate energy and release untapped potential. It is safe to use on people of all ages for the promotion of physical, mental & emotional well-being.
Kinesiology at Malvern Natural Health Care are here to support, encourage and professionally advise you to make the wonderful changes that you’re ready for and help you face a better day.
Located in Malvern East, we provide a full range ofKinesiology to patients across Melbourne’s inner south-east including Toorak, Carnegie, Malvern, Glen Iris, Mount Waverley and more.
Whether it’s to help identify nutritional imbalances, identify toxicity or simply monitor a weight loss program or detox program we’ll keep you on track.