Autumn is here - although let’s not let our health fall. I was out running this morning and although we are still having beautiful sunshine filled days, the weather is turning and there was a nip in the air which actually felt lovely. It reminded me of cosying up in front of the fire, good films, family roast dinners and how the colder weather helps to keep nature in balance. As the season changes so do our bodies. We need warm food, root veggies, stews and soups to give our … [Read more...] about 7 tips to stay healthy this winter
Lymph is our unsung hero. One of the wonders of Kinesiology is how it helps balance the lymphatic system for improved health and well being. There is a lot of information and knowledge in the media on keeping our blood healthy and preventing it from getting thick or sticky. Yet few people know about lymph and the importance of a healthy lymph flow. 6 Facts about our lymphatic system The lymphatic system is our second circulatory system. It is made from our blood to get to the parts … [Read more...] about Balance the lymphatic system for improved health and well-being
I was asked recently what makes Kinesiology such an effective form of healthcare? There are many unique reasons why Kinesiology is so effective. One reason is the ability to identify the priority root causes and issues that give unpleasant symptoms within the body. We know this by using a technique called priority finger mode. What sets kinesiology apart from other complementary therapies? Through muscle testing, we are able to ascertain what is a priority for the body to have addressed and … [Read more...] about What is priority finger mode in kinesiology?
I've been busy rewriting the Foundation Course manuals with the help of the amazing Nora Zimerman Design Studio. Going through the manuals with a fine tooth comb is a huge job, but one great thing to come out of it (other than having completely up-to-date and great looking manuals) is how interlinked the body is and in ways that science has not caught up with yet. The solution for illness is often not where you think it is. Do you have random symptoms that Doctors can't work out? So many … [Read more...] about The solution for illness is often not where you think it is
Spring always reminds me of new life and fertility. According to the NHS around 1 in 7 couples may have difficulty conceiving. The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) reports that, in the U.K., 25 percent of infertility is unexplained, (Reuters) Over the past few years, there has been an increasing number of couples presenting in my clinic asking 'Can Kinesiology help with infertility'? Infertility is distressing, especially if no cause is found. For some, the … [Read more...] about Can Kinesiology help with infertility?
Brain Butler Founder of ASK This Year in March 2018 ASK (TASK's accrediting body) became 30 years old. My Dad, Brian Butler, was the founder of the Association of Systematic Kinesiology (ASK) which first registered as a charity on 24th March 1988. His aim was to train lay people to use muscle response testing to identify imbalances and what realms were needed to stimulate healing and work towards recovery of health and well-being, applying muscle testing and observation in a systematic way. He … [Read more...] about ASK is 30 years old
Why are we obsessed with having more? I have seen emotional well-being take a dramatic nosedive over my career, particularly with young people. Life is faster than ever, pressured, overloaded, with constant noise and stimulation which can be overwhelming. Does it lead to inner happiness? The obsession with having more and more stuff NOW! Together with the 'all about me' attitude, which often starts from a very young age. Does not, in my opinion, lead to inner peace and 'real' happiness. … [Read more...] about The Importance Of Emotional Well-Being
. I have many people come to my Kinesiology clinic who want to alleviate skin problems such as; eczema, acne, dermatitis, rashes and urticaria and TASK students are always eager to learn how to help their family and clients who are suffering. As Kinesiologists, we never make a judgement about what might be the cause of a skin problem. Students are taught how to test their clients' body to tell and lead them to the solution. That's what I love about Kinesiology - there is no guesswork at … [Read more...] about Natural Ways To Alleviate Skin Problems
As we are about to enter a time when we give and receive presents to loved ones it made me think about what we give and receive energetically within Kinesiology. As practitioners, we give out a lot of our energy with each treatment. We may not always acknowledge this, so I thought it would be helpful to name the ways in which we give. Do you recognise how much you give? Thoughts - Thoughts are energy and we are 100% concentrating on our clients wants and needs. In a session (and often … [Read more...] about Giving and Receiving for Kinesiologists
How we can support ourselves during pregnancy Last week I was asked about Kinesiology in pregnancy and birth and what role it plays, which lead me to write this post. When I was expecting I felt like I was doing a very special job as what could be more important than growing another human being? People say it’s easy because women have been doing it since time began. Well, women have been doing it since the beginning of time, although having had 5 pregnancies and been lucky enough to have … [Read more...] about Pregnancy and Kinesiology
Clearing emotional issues for balanced health It has often come to my attention how many of us separate our heads, minds and emotions from our bodies. Even those who 'know' they are totally entwined can often forget and overlook this truth. When dealing with and clearing emotional issues, we need to remember that emotions can and do get trapped in the cells of our body. Within Kinesiology we work on the emotions that are relevant to the weak muscle, organ or system which is incredibly … [Read more...] about Kinesiology and the emotional body
After seeing my teenagers back off to school on Monday, it reminded me of another reason of how lucky I am to have had Kinesiology as my career for the last 30 years. I have worked around having 4 wonderful children, predominantly working when they were at nursery and school so that I could spend plenty of quality time with them. How do you get Kinesiology clients? One of the questions I get asked a lot is "how do you get Kinesiology clients"? This is a subject we talk about and teach on our … [Read more...] about Gaining Kinesiology Clients and Business
The worst case of psoriasis I have ever seen The day before I went on holiday, I saw an emergency new client at my clinic in Epsom, whom I had met just days before. She had the worst case of psoriasis that I have ever seen. Whilst chatting to both her and her Mum, I learnt that she was just about to start methotrexate treatment on the NHS. Methotrexate is a chemotherapy medication sometimes used to treat skin conditions. According to Netdoctor it works "by preventing the excessive … [Read more...] about Psoriasis is more than a skin problem
Enough already! Life in 2017 can put a heavy load on our nervous system. Just getting out of bed each morning without any extra stresses piled on top can feel like enough. Add onto that; heating, lighting, air conditioning, aviation fuel, car and industry pollution, noise, population overload, continual electro magnetic disturbances, wifi and other radiation pollutants. Plus continual endocrine disrupting chemicals in food, toiletries and cleaning products and wow we begin to get a … [Read more...] about Balancing the nervous system with Kinesiology
A friend of mine, recently asked if I could write a Kinesiology Health Tip on indigestion. She was suffering from a burning feeling in her stomach which, she said, felt like too much acid. I wasn't far into writing the tip before I realised I wanted to share so much more with you. At best over the counter antacids only put a sticky plaster on the gaping hole of imbalance Over the years, many clients have come to me suffering from indigestion. Over the counter antacids only put a sticky … [Read more...] about Kinesiology for indigestion