You may have seen this word kinesiology in my other blogs, well you have come to the right place now to find out what this is. Kinesiology in its broadest sense refers to the study of movement and the mechanics of body motion. However, this term can be applied in various contexts including academic disciplines, healthcare professions and alternative therapies.

Applied Kinesiology

Dr. George Goodheart, a chiropractor developed applied kinesiology in the 1960’s. He theorised that testing a muscles strength could serve as a window into the body’s internal functions and its subconscious processes. The muscle testing can then be used as a diagnostic tool, testing the strength of a specific muscle whether it have a weak (negative) or strong (positive) response. By asking yes or no questions to the subconscious mind and testing the patients’ muscles or even the practitioners as proxy (everyone’s subconscious‘ are connected) you can get answers to health problems or issues from the past.

Over time, practitioners of Applied Kinesiology (AK) began to combine their practice with other holistic modalities. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) uses meridian lines found within the body, these are seen as the pathways of which energy travels through, known as “Qi” or “Chi”. The meridian lines are the basis for varies practices in TCM, including acupuncture and herbal medicines.


Muscle testing and Meridian lines

So, how are these things combined? We can ask the subconscious questions about our health or problems that we are having within life. Phrasing the questions in a way to bring about yes or no answers, the body will respond with the answers. Once enough questions have been asked then a magnet is used to pass down the meridian lines, realigning and releasing stale or negative energy from the body. The energy can also then be seen to be released though yawns, burps and bottom burps.

So, what questions would you like to know the answers to?

“Is my past trauma affecting my current life? Or an emotional block to prevent healing? Is a trapped emotion affecting my relationships?”

There are so many questions you could ask? What issue would you like to learn about or understand more?

Get in touch and we can ask.

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