All Oasis of Health practitioners offer sessions in Kinesiology which is one of the most profound complementary modalities available. Kinesiology taps into the biochemistry of the body and we are able to 'read' levels of imbalance through the amazing tool of Muscle Testing, everyone is different which is why many modalities work for some people and not others. Kinesiology takes the guesswork out of healthcare, our experience is where to look and what to look for.....your body will then reveal what it needs via muscle response. For a demonstration of muscle testing please watch our video.
Kinesiology looks at the whole person rather than just the symptoms as quite often the root of the problem is not where pain/discomfort/symptoms lie. For example IBS could be an emotional issue and or a food sensitivity, frequent infections could be underlying hormonal imbalances due to lack of certain nutrients and or stress, a structural/painful issue in the lower back maybe because of an imbalance in the intestines, headaches may originate from a jaw imbalance and so on.
Neck and Back pain
Food Sensitivity Testing
Tired all the time
Fears and Phobias
We would expect to see good results even from the first visit and major changes after 3 to 4 consultations depending on the reason for your visit.
Kinesiology Session Fees
Claire Muller: £180.00 for initial consultation. £120.00 for following visits.
Lottie Moffat: £95.00 for initial consultation. £75.00 for following visits.
Amanda Douglas: £95.00 for initial consultation. £75.00 for following visits.
Systematic Kinesiology was developed by Brian H Butler based from the original creation of Applied Kinesiology of Dr. Goodheart. Its main claim to fame? It is the most truly holistic approach to natural health care. It originated in 1964 through the work of Dr. George Goodheart, a Chiropractor who pioneered this specialty. He discovered that the strength or weakness of every muscle was connected to the health or lack of health of a specific corresponding organ. He also determined that the indicator muscles were associated with acupuncture meridians. Being constantly being researched and improved, it offers plenty of self-help techniques that really work.
Kinesiology is a natural health care system which uses gentle muscle testing to evaluate many functions of the body in the structural, chemical, neurological, and biochemical realms.
Kinesiological muscle testing does not assess strength, but tests the integrity of the many factors which determine its response when called upon to contract. If you think of a simple electrical circuit with a fuse - if the fuse is blown it will not work at all - if the fuse is the wrong rating it will blow the circuit or work erratically!! By fitting the correct fuse the circuit will work to its best ability. Systematic Kinesiology works the same way using muscle testing.
The person is asked to put their limbs in various specific positions. Each position tests a specific muscle. Each muscle is controlled by electrical circuits in the body.
The tester then asks the subject to hold the limb steady, while gentle pressure is exerted for two to three seconds. The pressure is smoothly released.
If the muscle is firing correctly and contracts firmly and steadily, the limb will not move under the pressure. When this happens, the muscle and its controlling circuits are considered balanced.
If the muscle is not firing correctly due to imbalances in the controlling circuits, the person will be unable to respond firmly and the limb will move even under gentle pressure, or feel spongy to the tester. This is an indication that something is out of balance and needs correction.
Imbalance may be because of an emotional disturbance, a nutritional lack, or for many reasons.
Kinesiology testing does not diagnose disease. Muscle testing enables analysis which detects minor functional imbalances. Minor imbalances when not corrected, accumulate and cause compensations. Compensations compound each other, lead to functional changes, and give rise to symptoms of discomfort, pain or maybe allergic reactions. If these warnings are ignored, disease can follow.
Using massage, nutrition, and contact points, Kinesiology helps with: emotions and anxieties, specific personal dietary intake and supplements for nutritional deficiencies, structural imbalances and energy blocks. Kinesiology balances the whole person, which enhances health and well-being.
If this also sounds like something you would like learn or pursue as a career we also run a school of kinesiology. To view more information on Taster Events or for course information please 'Click Here'.
What is Applied Kinesiology?
Applied Kinesiology was discovered in 1964. Dr. George Goodheart D.C., an American chiropractor was using some of the standard Kinesiological muscle tests to assess muscle function on a patient, and was intrigued by some of the apparently inconsistent results he was getting.
This began a systematic period of brilliant research which led him to discover the correlation between the lymphatic system, the muscles, and Chapman's reflexes. Then working with Bennett's reflexes, he discovered the connections between these points which stimulate vascular flow and each muscle.
Then he turned his attention to body energy flow as explained by Chinese acupuncturists. This was a really amazing breakthrough, as never before in the West had the meridians of acupuncture been integrated with our physical understanding of anatomy and physiology.
Applied Kinesiology has become the fastest growing natural approach to rectifying health problems. Thousands of chiropractors in the States are using it. Many of whom are dedicated members of the International College of Applied Kinesiology, who in addition to their five years training, are also required to do extensive post-graduate work, and produce original research papers to qualify for diplomat status in the College. This has resulted in much new information being made available to practitioners in the natural health care arena.
In this country, many physiotherapists, osteopaths, chiropractors, physical therapists, masseurs and some doctors are using Applied Kinesiological techniques. They achieve unusually quick results with many problems which previously resisted all attempts to gain relief by traditional methods.
One reason for its success is that A.K. takes factors into consideration which have never before been addressed in the Western approach to health problem solving. Systematic Kinesiology is a simplified form of the highly developed and technical Applied Kinesiology used by professionals in health care.
John Thie, D.C., wanted to offer the general public guidelines with which they could take a practical interest in their own health and reduce the cost of health care. He felt strongly that until the general population is encouraged to take much more personal responsibility for their own health, rather than to rely almost entirely upon professionals to solve their health problems, we will never begin to solve the huge social/financial problem which ill-health poses to our society today.
He wrote the textbook with Mary Marks, D.C., called Touch for Health in 1972, and began offering classes and a training program to train 'Touch for Health' Instructors. In 1976, Brian Butler went to the States, and qualified as a Touch for Health Instructor, and since then has pioneered the teaching of Kinesiology classes regularly up and down the country, and also in many countries in Europe.
In 1986, The Academy of Systematic Kinesiology was formed to offer a new syllabus which took advantage of the latest research and developments in Kinesiology. There is a Professional Practitioner Course available for those who wish to become a fully qualified Kinesiologist.
Kinesiology is a means of enhancing health and well-being which can be easily learned by anyone, even those who have never before had any experience in this field. It is a completely safe way of balancing body energies. It helps athletes and sportsmen to achieve better than their previous bests.
It aids inner city dwellers to fight off the effects of urban life. It provides a means whereby small imbalances may be found and rectified before they develop into anything more serious. Everyone who learns Kinesiology is strongly urged not to become their own doctor, and if any health problem presents, or symptoms of any kind persist, then they are encouraged to seek professional help.
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