Kinesiology (pronounced kin-easy-ology) was developed by Dr. George Goodheart in 1964.
It is a way of identifying any imbalance a person has by monitoring their ability to hold their muscle against light pressure.
Each muscle is related to an organ, and also to an energy pathway called meridian.
Together the muscle, organ, and meridian form a ‘circuit’. If there are chemical, emotional, structural or energetic stresses affecting the circuit, the muscle tested will feel ‘spongy’ indicating an imbalance.
Once an imbalance is found the Kinesiologist uses the muscle test again to get feedback from the person’s body about what factors are aggravating the imbalance, and what will help to rebalance it.
The muscle response is subconscious. Neither the client or the practitioner can influence the result.
Discovering what’s involved and what will help
Each time a relevant factor is introduced the muscle’s response changes, a bit like a switch. So imagine a spongy muscle as being ‘off’. If the person then thinks of an emotional stress and the muscle is suddenly able to hold against the pressure, i.e. it switches ‘on’ that indicates that particular stress is involved in that imbalance.
Similarly, if a particular nutrient, when placed in the mouth, causes the muscle to switch ‘on’, we know it will be helpful. The same process can be used to find related structural problems, and energetic factors that are involved.
Truly holistic treatment
Based on this feedback the Kinesiologist and client can discover exactly what is involved in the imbalance and devise a treatment plan. It may include Bach Flower remedies, acupressure, gentle structural realignment, chakra balancing, light touch, firm reflex massage, suggested lifestyle changes and more. The exact treatment you receive depends on the feedback your body gives through the muscle test about what it needs to return to health.
There is no guesswork with Systematic Kinesiology
Enjoy improved health
How many sessions?
This depends very much on your complaint, how long you’ve had it, and how fully you participate in your own treatment, i.e. making the suggested lifestyle and dietary changes that often form part of the treatment plan. Usually, however, most people feel an improvement in three to six visits. It is then recommended that you have routine balances two to three times a year.
You can read all you like about Kinesiology but there is no substitute for trying it yourself. You’ll be amazed to see how it works.
These are just some of the complaints that can be treated using Systematic Kinesiology.
These are a vital part of the treatment, greatly assisting a speedy return to well- being, and are charged separately.
They are an important and valuable part of your investment in your own health.