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Kinesiology and Mindfulness

What is Kinesiology?

Kinesiology is a non-invasive, energy based, therapy that aims to balance energy within the body. Think a combination of methods similar to Reiki and Reflexology mixed with talking therapy. It uses muscle testing to identify when a particular stimuli is causing stress within the body. A stimuli may be physical, emotional or chemical and likewise the stress it causes may, over time, manifest itself as physical, emotional or biochemical dis-ease. 


Kinesiology uses a variety of 'fixing' techniques, including lymphatic massage, gentle acupressure, emotional coaching and energy healing, depending upon what the body needs. Everyone's Kinesiology therapy will be different and entirely tailored to their body and unique needs. 


You often find that Kinesiology is a little like pealing the proverbial onion - we start with one layer and may find there are deeper layers to be pealed back in order to achieve complete balance and wellness. It's an ongoing process and you will see change and improvements from your first session.  

Kinesiology can be used to help with a whole range of health problems:


From physical pain, muscular tension and poor posture to emotional stress, low confidence and anxiety.

Kinesiology does not diagnose or treat medical illness, but it can compliment medical treatment in order to achieve overall wellness.

You can learn more about this amazing therapy at The Kinesiology Foundation.

What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness is the basic human ability to be fully present, aware of where we are and what we’re doing, and not overly reactive or overwhelmed by what’s going on around us.

It's not just sitting crossed legged omming! Although, that is lovely it you fancy it. Mindfulness can be anything that helps you to achieve a present, calm state. That may be going for a walk and talking the time to actually see what's around you. Starting your day writing a gratitude journal. Utilising simple breathing techniques to help when anxiety strikes. Or, indeed, talking time out each day for structured meditation.


Discovering your own effective mindfulness practice is a beautiful journey in itself. There's no right or wrong. It's just a case of trying things out and see what works for you. Zero pressure or judgment.  








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