Therapist Kinesiology Training
How can Systematic Kinesiology augment my own Healthcare Practice?
Where there is a physical/structural imbalance, kinesiology treats using firm massage of the affected lymphatic points that relate to that muscle. Lymph feeds and cleans the cells of the body without the aid of a pump, like the heart, and it is crucial that lymph is stimulated with massage or exercise.
Where there is an emotional connection, we can test bach flower remedies, and use emotional stress release which sends blood to the area of the brain involved in problem solving, removes a layer of stress from the body and “changes the spectacles the person is using” so the perception of the problem changes.
If there is an electrical imbalance, we can balance chakras, auric energy, trace meridian energy and hold meridian energy interchange points (where an acupuncturist would use needles)
For chemical imbalance we can find the offending product that is causing the problem (food, drink, skin products,) and/or find nutritional/herbal supplements that will help strengthen the whole circuit.
Reflexologists can still use reflexology as their main treatment modality and where their client requires further support can use kinesiology to test products which may be causing chemical imbalance which is manifesting in the points on the feet. If their treatment of the feet showed regular weakness in the lung area, for example, they could, if they wished, muscle test the muscles that correspond to the lung to give further insight into what additional support the client wanted.
"When enrolling on the kinesiology course with Linda Belcher I knew I had found an interesting subject to study but I was far from imagining just how mind-blowing it has been..! It really is the most amazing course - opening doors to so many different areas of healthcare and life. I so fully recommend this course, which is wonderfully well delivered by such an enthusiastic and knowledgeable teacher. Thank you so much. AS Pulborough
Nutritionists and Homeopaths have the added benefit of being able to test nutritional supplements or remedies which they previously have used educated calculation for so that the client is able to feel the difference and participate in their treatment programme more fully.
"Amazing, fantastic! I loved learning a new skill to add to my Nutritional Practice, I found learning about Kinesiology was an enlightening experience and I am looking forward to using my new found knowledge in helping people enhance their journeys in life. I feel very lucky to have found your course and to have been trained by yourself. You are a lovely person, extremely helpful and a joy to listen. You have helped give me the confidence to believe in myself , and to help others with my holistic approach" Thank you" JS, Kent
Acupuncturists would be able to contact locate specific meridian points to muscle test and ensure that they are treating the correct points – in conjunction with wrist pulses AND use lymphatic stimulation points to enhance the electrical energy treatment they are giving.
" I thoroughly enjoyed the Introduction to Kinesiology Workshop with Linda. A good opportunity to get to see what Kinesiology is all about with a small, intimate class giving the opportunity to ask lots of questions. Linda has a wealth of knowledge to draw upon and her teaching is clear and concise SA Shoreham
Counsellors and EFT Practitioners would be able to muscle test certain thoughts and emotions and check areas of fundamental conflict in the client. Further specific kinesiology techniques learned would speed up and enhance the clients’ recovery and growth.
"As a practising complementary therapist I have found that the techniques I learned on the foundation course really enhance my ability to treat clients as well as adding to my own skill-set. Linda's presentations were very clear and well paced with plenty of time for questions and practice."
So as you can see, in the complementary therapy arena, there isn’t necessarily “one size fits all”. We attract the clients that are right for us and can all work together and use and learn from different elements of other’s practices to enhance the treatments we give.