Kinesiology teacher talks about letting go I had a good clear out of my loft recently, I also had a rewire and spring cleaned my house. The difference in the energy within my home and myself is amazing . My home feels more spacious (even though the clearing was from the loft where we don't see the clutter). Plus, breathing feels more spacious, easier and fresher, even though I didn't know it felt stifled. Letting go of the things I no longer needed and that weren't working for me really cleared … [Read more...] about Letting go and bringing in change
I am feeling really excited about clearing out my loft this week, sorting through all the things I have put up there and forgotten about. Finding some old treasures maybe, but also clearing out the cobwebs and just chucking all the old unwanted stuff that I thought I needed to hang on to 5 years ago but I haven’t thought about or looked at since! I love Spring time It really sparks me off to clean and have a good clear out. I so enjoy taking numerous dustbin bags out of my house to the charity … [Read more...] about Spring Cleaning
Our bodies have an innate healing process that we can biochemically tap into with kinesiology using our scientific tool of muscle testing. Whatever area of your body needs to heal Kinesiology takes the guess work out of were to begin and also what 'tools' for the job YOUR body needs by testing your muscles. It may be lymphatic drainage, extra nutrition to take, or certain food intolerances to cut out. Your body may need some energy medicine in working with the electrical circuits/meridians of … [Read more...] about Our innate healing process
What do you think can cause many unpleasant symptoms from zero energy, weight gain, depression, skin disorders, irritable bowel and needing to walk with a stick although the doctors find nothing wrong? The answer is wheat. But WHY? It has been suggested that wheat is the most inflammatory grain for our bodies. It used to grow to over 6ft and contain less gluten, more wheat germ and a lovely amount of vitamin E (our daily bread). Sadly now, with modern farming … [Read more...] about Wheat – A debilitating food?
"Tutor to student ratio was high. You are accepted for who you are. Claire is a vibrant and exuberant teacher" Emma: Hi Saadia thank you so much for agreeing to this interview. What brought you to train with The Academy of Systematic Kinesiology? Saadia: I used to work in financial services, I was one of those triple A people-worked 80 hours a week, always on the go, out in the evenings, exercising in the mornings and the doing a full days work… I was one of those... (laughing) Emma: That’s a … [Read more...] about TASK’s Social Media Manager, Emma Hobson interviews Saadia Baig about studying at the Academy of Systematic Kinesiology