By TASK Tutor Saadia Baig I recently attended a fantastic seminar on 'How our emotions make us sick' with the incomparable Dr Gabor Mate and wanted to share some highlights with you. There were stand out pieces of information that really shone out for me. I have found them incredibly useful in my clinic and I have been sharing them with my clients constantly. Dr Maté is a Western-trained physician, who was born in wartime Hungary. For twelve years Dr. Maté worked in Vancouver’s … [Read more...] about How Our Emotions Make Us Sick
The Frightening Frequencies I was chatting recently with a group of Diploma students at a CPD (continued professional development) weekend and the topic of 5g technology came up. We all felt 'the world' had officially gone mad. The conversation spurred me into doing a little more research as I would like to know how to offer the best protection from 5g not only for myself but also my family, friends and clients when 5g is rolled out. What is 5g? Simply put, it is the fifth … [Read more...] about Protection from 5g
I was chatting with a lovely Foundation Level 6 student this week and we were talking about just how powerful Systematic Kinesiology is within the prevention of ill health and how prevention is better than cure. Systematic Kinesiology is now fairly well known to help with food intolerances and general health issues such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Chronic Fatigue, Back/Neck pain, stress/emotional stress and immune problems. However the HUGE area of prevention for ill health is often … [Read more...] about Prevention is better than cure
'Ethos' is a Greek word meaning 'character' that is used to describe the essential guiding beliefs or ideals that characterize an ideology. The online Oxford English dictionary describes it as: The characteristic spirit of a culture, era, or community as manifested in its attitudes and aspirations Systematic Kinesiology©1985 acknowledges a higher power The first and most important ethical aspect of Systematic Kinesiology is that it acknowledges that a ‘Higher Power’ is at work. This … [Read more...] about The Ethos Of Systematic Kinesiology – by Brian Butler
I have noticed over the years of running my Kinesiology practice that more people than before are suffering from food sensitivities. As a rule of thumb, we find that there are 4 foods to avoid for optimal health. Food sensitivities Sensitivities to food are often confused with allergies. A food sensitivity is when we eat a food that takes more energy to digest than it gives us. Leaving us with a deficiency of energy that can build up. We often don’t know what foods we are sensitive to as … [Read more...] about 4 Foods to avoid for optimal health
What better way to share with you 10 reasons to learn Kinesiology than this fabulous infographic? TASK offers Taster Events, Foundation, Practioner and Diploma level courses. Learn more about our Taster Events. For more information on TASK Training Courses click here … [Read more...] about 10 Reasons to Learn Kinesiology
What is the life force that gives us innate healing? With our lives being so busy how often do we stop to appreciate our internal energy, innate healing and lifeforce? If we get a paper cut it magically heals without us ‘doing’ anything. We can just take this for granted, BUT, it is actually miraculous - just like Harry Potter's ‘repairiosum’ spell! But what is the life force that gives us this innate healing, this breath of life and keeps us alive? Although we rely on this 'energy' entering our … [Read more...] about Life-force Energy and Chakras
Talking to my Dad (Brian Butler) recently we were discussing the origins and importance of keeping Systematic Kinesiology pure, yet at the same time, continually moving forward as we lead the way with SK. The origins of Systematic Kinesiology Systematic Kinesiology (SK) is Applied Kinesiology. However, when my Father (with the founders blessing) brought kinesiology over to the UK in 1976, they requested an alternative name to Applied Kinesiology as this was the term used in the USA. Kinesiology … [Read more...] about TASK – Leading the way since 1985
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 bodies the right … [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 of our … [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 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 to illness is often not where you think it is. Do you have random symptoms that Doctors can't work out? So many people go to … [Read more...] about The solution to 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 longing to … [Read more...] about Can Kinesiology help with infertility?
Brain Butler Founder of ASK This Year in March 2018 the Association of Systematic Kinesiology (ASK) became 30 years old. My Dad, Brian Butler, was the founder of 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 now lives in Australia and … [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