What is Kinesiology?

 

Kinesiology is a non-invasive holistic energy therapy. It combines the ancient principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western Techniques allowing the Kinesiologist to treat you as an individual. A Kinesiologist will use a range of gentle yet extremely powerful muscle-testing techniques to get a picture of what is happening in your meridian and how this may be affecting you.

A Kinesiology Session

During your first session, your Kinesiologist will want to understand why you have come for treatment and will take a comprehensive case history so they can determine the priority stressors and ensure the appropriate muscle-testing technique is used for corrections to be made. Corrections may be on the physical level, to do with emotional issues, mental beliefs, chemical imbalances, dietary changes etc.

A session can last from 1 hour to 1.5 hours, with follow up sessions usually between 0.5 hour and 1 hour.

At the end of the session, your Kinesiologist may recommend some lifestyle changes, give you specific exercise to do, or flower essences to take. They may also recommend that you take certain supplements. These suggestions are intended to help maintain the positive changes that have taken place during your session.

How to find a Kinesiologist

The Kinesiology Federation (KF), a professional organisation in the UK representing Kinesiology practitioners, instructors and schools provide a practitioner search on their website which is linked below for convenience. This will provide details of Kinesiologist in your area.

http://www.kinesiologyfederation.co.uk/search/

Health Care Cash Plan

Kinesiology is covered under the ‘wellbeing’ section of Health Shield Cash Plans which can help reimburse you for costs incurred paying for this treatment. If you are looking for a Cash Plan which recognises Kinesiology, or any other health insurance policy SMP Healthcare Ltd can assist you. Simply contact us on 01245 929 129 or email enquires@smphealthcare.com and one of our team will be happy to help you.

Information sourced from http://www.kinesiologyfederation.co.uk/index.php