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What is Kinesiology?

Kathy Beardmore - Kinesiology

Study of the mechanics of body movements

Kinesiology { Keen - easy - ology }

Kinesiology combines the art of Chinese Medicine and Chiropractic techniques to work and assist with symptoms the body is experiencing. 

Kinesiology is usually the first point of contact for those who have experienced great results through the practice before. Alternatively, Kinesiologist's are also the last point of contact for people who are desperate to begin seeing results in their health.

In order to work with easing your symptoms, Kinesiologist's look at the structural, nutritional and emotional components in the body. We combine and apply our skills and knowledge in all of these areas aiming to give you the best result possible.

Kinesiology works by reading the stress response in the body through muscle testing. This means that while testing particular muscles we are looking for any structural, nutritional or emotional imbalances.

Chinese medicine uses particular acupressure points in the body to indicate where we are holding stress. These acupressure points include organs such as your lungs, heart, bladder, small intestine, stomach, large intestine, gall bladder, liver, spleen, kidney, hormones and triple warmer.

It is important to know that Kinesiologist's do not diagnose. Kinesiologist's are not qualified to do so and any diagnosis should always be given by a professional General Practitioner. Kinesiology works with the symptoms of the body to help reduce pain, discomfort, stress and emotional symptoms. In Kinesiology we look at the body as an open-ended vessel, this meaning that we treat the body like a constant flow of energy that can be tweaked and maintained in order for us to live our best lives. Looking at the bodies structural, nutritional and emotional components allow us to work with all symptoms bringing the body back to a state of balance.

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