Comments from clients about Kinesiology:


“Wanted to let you know I feel amazing.  Thank you so much.  This is almost a miraculous change, both physically and emotionally.  Thanks so much!”  T.P.


“I just wanted to let you know that I have been feeling much improved! I am pretty excited about it. Besides feeling very calm and clear minded, my back is feeling super strong.  This is a night and day difference.  THIS is how I am supposed to be. I have always felt deep inside that I am suppose to be an unstoppable force; that there is strength and power somewhere in there that has been blocked for a very long time. It isn't blocked any more.”  L.B.

What is Kinesiology?


Kinesiology has its roots in the oriental technique of Acupuncture. It is based on the understanding that there is a life force energy that flows through all living things, called “Chi.” If Chi becomes weakened or disrupted, the result will be a physical or emotional impairment, sickness, or disease. By properly manipulating Chi, the body heals itself, in most cases with no further intervention necessary. The technique is amazingly simple and the results are long lasting.

Kinesiology follows the acupuncture method of dividing Chi into 14 segments, called “meridians.” Each meridian relates to an organ or glandular system in the body, as well as a set of muscles. An interference or disruption in the flow of Chi through any one of the 14 meridians will affect the flow through the other meridians, so by restoring the flow through a disrupted meridian, the entire meridian system flows more freely, allowing the body to return itself to its best possible state of health.

There are many things that can disrupt the energy flow through a meridian; among them are certain foods, lack of water, poor diet, and certain environmental factors. One of the most important disrupters is emotional stress. While we cannot eliminate emotional stress, we can learn to handle it in a way that is loving and nurturing rather than critical and destructive. Doing this allows the Chi to flow freely, resulting in less sickness, disease, and physical damage to the body.

Applied Kinesiology


Applied Kinesiology works with the muscles of the body and is based, in large part, on the ancient technique of acupuncture and modern day “western” medical understanding of how the body works.

Applied Kinesiology is similar in its results to those of chiropractic care, and can be used to help alleviate pain conditions throughout the body. The difference between chiropractic care and Applied Kinesiology is that chiropractors adjust the position of bones with thrusting techniques, while the Applied Kinesiology practitioner adjusts the tension of muscles, allowing the muscles to move the bones back to their natural position gently and effectively.

In most instances pressure points are used to stimulate acupuncture points, which stimulate the meridian flows, making the necessary adjustments in muscle function. Occasionally, direct stimulation of individual muscles is necessary to help the body achieve the desired results.

Applied Kinesiology is used successfully to diminish or eliminate symptoms and problems associated with ADHD & ADD, Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Upper and Lower Back Pain, and Sciatic Nerve Pain. Additionally, Applied Kinesiology can be used to improve coordination, treat limited range of motion, and improve performance in sporting activities.

Behavioral Kinesiology


Behavioral Kinesiology operates on the theory that emotional stress has a direct influence on the function of the body and on our behaviors in everyday life. In effect, emotional stress can be the underlying factor behind addictions, phobias and undesired behaviors.
Events in your life that have caused emotional stress have the potential to become lodged in one or more meridians, causing a disruption or reduction of the flow of energy in the meridians, if that stress is not released appropriately. This reduced flow can cause behaviors and physical conditions that have no other foundation.

To help the body function more efficiently, the practitioner of Behavioral Kinesiology identifies emotional stresses that are related to the malfunction and helps put them in proper perspective. Emotional stresses are identified by using the muscles of the body as biofeedback tools. Details of events are normally not needed to allow the stress to be reduced or released, allowing the body to begin functioning in a normal, healthy manner; and/or stopping destructive behaviors once and for all.

The use of Behavioral Kinesiology is extremely important in helping our clients achieve their goals and is an important part of our practice. The techniques used are efficient and accurate; the results achieved are life changing.

The techniques used are surprisingly simple, but the results are quick, positive, and long lasting.


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