What should you expect after a Kinesiology session?
One more time, we are all individuals, coming in a context, in a mood, and with different history and needs. How could we predict how one’s will react after a session? Try not to judge how you feel after a session, just observe and take notes if possible.
Most of the time, you will not feel anything, which is fine, and you could even forget why you came; a lot of people feel this is the best possible outcome they can get.
You might feel really confident, really clear as if you were immediately back to “yourself”, knowing what you need to do.
You might find you feel a lot better almost straight away, or feel very relax, very tired, or very energetic. That can be a sign that things are processing.
What tends to happen after that is a more gradual change which occurs over days, weeks or even longer.
You may find yourself in familiar situation only to notice your reaction are now different, in a positive way.
Sometimes the people around you will notice you are changinh before you do.. It’s like you are getting feedback from the world around you about what is shifting and changing.
Occasionally you might feel worse (temporarily) or quite up and down Feeling out of sorts after a session or overly emotional can be slarming. Rest assure it is always a sign that a really big shift is taking place, we call this a healing crisis… It can also bring the awareness that some changes are in order and the shifting process is bringing that out. It can make things obvious to encourage you to keep going on your healing path and create the change you really want.
Of course intellectually you might want a quick fix, Please keep in mind that you have been guided to a Kinesiology session for deeper reasons than you are aware. You need to honour that, and give yourself the extra support you need.
How many sessions?
The number of sessions depends on the individual and how fully they engage with the suggested plans. Usually, three to six visits are advised to allow the mind and body to become familiar and comfortable with the process and assimilate the corrections. It is then recommended that you have routine consultations two to three times a year.
Should I prepare for a session?
Kinesiology is a great support for helping the client to who want to make changes or transformations in life: physically, emotionally or energetically… We do not use the word “patient” because your kinesiologist needs your participation, involvement and cooperation. The clearer is your intention the better the result. The session is up to you; you take responsibility for your healing journey, your kinesiologist is your guide. The information stored in your body, accessed through the muscle testing, will help you on your path, it will empower youand enable you to make the change you want to occur.
How to prepare for a session ?
- Arrive at least 5 minutes early,This will help you feel more composed and receptive.
- Wear comfortable clothes
- Have a good hydration
- Bring a notebook or some paper: You may want to record some key reminders or moments.
- In order to get the most of your session, please switch off your mobile phone.
- Let your intention be clear about the reason you are here, this will help change to occur.
Be open to the journey and see what’s going to present itself to you
Is there contraindication for kinesiology?
Yes there are some contraindications for a kinesiology session and you should notify and cancel your appointment and Refer to a General Practitioner in case of:
- Acute pain,
- Infection or Infectious disease,
- Nausea, Vomiting
- Bleeding and bruising
What are the benefits?
Kinesiology restores the whole system to balance thus facilitating the self-healing process. It can:
- Increase energy and vitality
- Prevent illness
- Improve posture
- Relieve physical pain and tension
- Release and manage emotions and stress
- Enhance brain function and co-ordination
Discover individual nutritional needs and sensitivities
What can Kinesiology help?
- Anxiety, fears and phobias
- Allergies and food sensitivities
- Arthritis and joint pain
- Back pains, lower back pain and slipped disc
- Breast pains
- Bloating and gas
- Candida and thrush
- Chronic fatigue and ME
- Co-ordination and balance problems
- Digestive problems
- Eczema, rashes and skin conditions
- Elbow pain
- Frequent infections and immune problems
- Frozen shoulder and neck pain
- Heavy or restless legs
- Headaches and migraines
- Insomnia, poor sleeping patterns
- IBS – constipation and diarrhoea
- Low energy levels
- Menstrual and hormonal problems
- Poly Cystic Ovaries Syndrome- PCOS
- Repetitive Injury Strain -RSI
- Sinus problems
- Tennis Elbow
Can Kinesiology intensify symptoms?
Occasionally people experience a temporary aggravation or intensification of symptoms during or after a Kinesiology session. Such an experience resolves quickly and may be part of the body’s process of healing.