How Kinesiology provides a holistic view of healing
Kinesiology is a holistic approach to healing, as it engages the whole person, including physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. Many people use the power of Kinesiology for managing and eliminating a number of conditions. These range from conquering anxiety, overcoming fears, trauma, emotional stress, self-esteem & confidence, pain management, brain integration, memory, focus, relaxation and general maintenance for optimum health.
Kinesiology provides a powerful tool to give you the motivation and clarity to move forward in life with a newfound confidence. Whether you are harbouring toxic emotions, limiting belief systems, feelings of confusion, life path blocks, physical illness or relationship problems, these can be easily addressed with regular treatments.
i Balance Kinesiology will give referrals where the condition is beyond the scope of Kinesiology, particularly with issues around mental illness or chronic illness. Even so, Kinesiology is a powerful complementary therapy to virtually any issue.
To gain a better understanding of results that can be derived, please refer to the Kinesiology Case Study.
What to expect from your Kinesiology session
When you arrive at your Kinesiology session, you will be asked to provide information about your medical and personal history, as well as what has motivated you to begin sessions. If there are a number of issues, we work on the basis of priority, to gently peel back the layers of compensation that have built up. It is common for people to have a multitude of issues (many life-long) and to walk away with a much clearer sense of what is a priority, and how to tackle this. By working on priority issues over time, many of the secondary issues clear themselves up automatically.
Who is iBalance Kinesiology for?
iBalance Kinesiology is for anyone who is seeking to make positive changes in their lives, and who are ready to take responsibility for themselves and the direction of their lives.
- Want to invest in their health, well-being and happiness.
- Are open to new ways of approaching their given circumstances and want to feel empowered.
- Understand that the concept of one solution being appropriate for every person doesn’t exist. Each person is unique and therefore the treatment received needs to focus on their individual circumstances.
- Are willing to show up and take back their personal power to make the small yet conscious changes to support themselves. Realize they cannot “be fixed” and that a big part of their healing is up to them.
How can I expect to feel after a session?
The way people feel after a Kinesiology session varies greatly. My clients have reported that after their session they:
- Feel lighter and more relaxed
- Sleep soundly and wake up feeling refreshed
- Experience reduced levels of pain
- Feel less triggered
- Feel balanced for the first time in years
- Feel sleepy because they feel ‘out of sorts’ but after a few days feel like a better version of themselves
Experiencing low mood or energy after treatment
It’s important to note that feeling ‘a bit out of sorts’’ after a Kinesiology session is a normal reaction for some people, particularly when moving deep-seated, stagnant energies and programs that have been there since utero, especially when working with reflexes and the brain.
This can result in experiencing old emotions that may have been suppressed for a long time or feeling low energy, as your body realigns itself. The practice of Kinesiology is not only physical and emotional healing, but energetic healing too, as it is like re-programming old systems and patterns. Therefore, it’s only natural that some time is required, in order for your entire system to stabilise.
If you feel a bit out of sorts for the days following a balance, it is recommended to drink plenty of water and more importantly, rest. Allow your body the necessary time to process the balance. Occasionally it is recommended to have a follow-up session to balance out any uncomfortable symptoms.
Is Kinesiology a form of medical treatment?
Kinesiology is based on an energetic model of health and wellbeing, not the allopathic model. Kinesiology does not claim to “diagnose” or “cure”, but rather, identify stress. However, through muscle testing Kinesiology can identify the underlying contributors to a particular symptom, disorder or diagnosis.
Kinesiology is a tool that allows the practitioner access to the stressors and imbalances in the body and sub-conscious mind. In this way, the practitioner is able to identify where blockages or imbalances exist, and by diffusing the stress, the person is better able to move through life physically, mentally and emotionally.
How many appointments will I need?
Kinesiology isn’t a “quick” fix, as choosing a path of truth is often more challenging than keeping feelings buried. It’s important to note that when your internal perspective changes, it impacts your external world and sometimes this can be very confronting, or take some time to work through. Over the course of treatments, issues and problems that have originated deep in your past, will be resolved and released. A reasonable amount of time is 3-5 sessions for each issue and after consecutive treatments you will notice changes in your daily life.