Kinesiology

What we feel and think about ourselves is what we become. If we change the way we think, we can change our life experience - Fran de Veer

Have you ever found yourself consciously wanting to change certain habits or emotional reactions to things, but find yourself getting drawn back into old programmes?

Our habits are what shape us, for better or worse. And, our habits are just a combination of behaviours we have engaged in for a moderate period of time.

Behaviours are influenced by our beliefs patterns… beliefs of who we are, who we can become, what we deserve and what we are capable of.

Our belief patterns and these stories we tell ourselves thousands of times per day are the core component of what we will strive for, and what we will tolerate.

Belief patterns are mainly subconscious, and can be imprinted from other people, situations and emotional events when we are young.

Our belief patterns ultimately dictate our behaviour, our habits, and in turn, our lives.

Over 90% of our day-to-day actions are automatic!

You can see how difficult it can be to change who we think we are, when so much of our belief of who we think we are sits under the surface of the conscious mind.

Kinesiology is the practise of muscle-talk and reflex analysis to use the body to communicate with the subconscious and unconscious parts of our mind.

Through kinesiology, we can get answers directly from the body that are uninfluenced and unbiased by other people.

Kinesiology allows deep understanding and comprehension of underlying traumas, beliefs, and triggers that are no longer serving us or in alignment with the path we are consciously choosing to move forward.

Through kinesiology, we can release deep traumas and emotions that may be stopping us moving forward in health and mindset.

Our kinesiologist also promotes long-term changes by teaching techniques to help clear emotions, work through triggers and stay balanced.

It proves difficult to explain all the facets of kinesiology, but nothing serves to release and balance the emotional and mental body quite like this modality.

Your first kinesiology session may seem a little strange.

Your second session will make a lot more sense, as it is more focused than the general balance involving in the first session.

Best results are achieved by having three consecutive sessions. By the third, you’ll know what we’re talking about when we say we absolutely love kinesiology and all it does to connect and balance the mind, body, emotion and spirit.

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