Kinesiology: What, Where, When & How

The purpose of all my work is to help you get into the natural flow of life, known as the Wu Wei in traditional Chinese medicine, meaning ‘without effort’.

In the west we talk about being ‘in the zone’ or ‘in the flow’ and you may already have some experience of that; that feeling of everything going smoothly, seemingly without effort,  this is what we work towards with kinesiology; creating sustainable internal harmony that enables you to be the best version of yourself, achieving whatever you wish with ease, grace, calm and contentment and supporting you to handle the ups and downs of life, effortlessly.

I work 1-2-1 with clients, in my cosy clinic on the rural outskirts of York, in the North East of England.

I also offer Touch for Health Kinesiology Training, CPD workshops and monthly workshops designed to help you get the most out of yourself and the seasonal energies that are most active at the time.

Kinesiology is an interactive, non-invasive therapy, as a client you remain clothed throughout (you may choose to remove your shoes). We sit together and undertake a short but thorough consultation, to ensure all relevant information is captured, we then discuss the changes, both subtle and profound, that you are interested to address in your personal journey.

I then take you gently through the process of muscle testing, allowing you all the time you need to adjust to a space where, finally, the whole of your system can get involved in creating and accessing your own unique solution.

Together we’ll explore the binary muscle monitoring system.  This is the foundation of all kinesiology practice and you can ask all the questions you need as we go along.

Then, together, we check which aspects of you are already working towards the changes you wish to make and which aspects need some help to do that.

Kinesiology embraces a comprehensive range of techniques drawn and adapted from various disciplines, as well as plenty of its own, and your system will indicate which technique(s) are needed, you may also be given simple techniques as homework.  Homework reminder sheets are provided to help you.

After your session we check in to see how you’re feeling, you may feel some changes immediately and some may need time to evidence.

After your session you can carry on with your day and, when it comes time to go to bed, you may feel more tired than usual.  My advice is always to listen to the needs of your body; it is possible that your system has done some significant work that you might not be fully conscious of, so sleep, restore and allow the changes you have worked on to permeate.

Please contact me to book you own window into your unique world,

I look forward to working with you.

Claire

 

Author: clairecutlercasey

Professional kinesiologist and Touch for Health Instructor supporting clients and students to embrace change and thrive in the flow of the wu wei. Based near York in East Yorkshire with pTerry my bundle of fluffy doggy goodness. I enjoy reading, especially Terry Pratchett, yoga, walking and finding out just how amazing human beings can be.

4 thoughts on “Kinesiology: What, Where, When & How”

  1. Do you poke and prod or does the client work their muscles to your verbal instructions? I’m not sure I understand the term ‘muscle testing’, I’d love to know more.

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    1. Hi, firstly sincere apologies for the delay in my response, I’m just getting used to how this all blogging malarkey works.

      Muscles testing, also known as muscle monitoring, is about resistance.

      When something is stressful for the body the muscles find it harder to resist against pressure. We use a light pressure, against a contracted muscle, to ascertain where something is stressful. In Touch for Health kinesiology different muscles are used to ascertain imbalances in different meridians. So limbs are moved into a position where the muscle is contracted and then the practitioner applies a light pressure to extend the limb away, if the limb stays in position easily there is no stress indicated, if it moves easily then stress is indicated.

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