Gai Wanless has received extensive training in kinesiology since 1992. She also offers therapeutic massage, reiki, flower & gem essences, & Neural Organisation Technique (N.O.T). N.O.T. is a powerful therapy which reorganises the nervous system and, therefore, the body it controls.
What is Kinesiology
Kinesiology (pronounced kin-easy-ology) is the art and science of gentle muscle response testing to find the cause of illness in a person’s body, mind, emotions or spirit.
The British Parliament Definition reads: “Kinesiology can relieve pain, stress, muscular and nervous disorders, detect allergies and nutritional deficiencies, assist with psychological and learning problems, stimulate energies and release untapped potential”.
Usually an arm muscle is used for testing. Weakness in the response of a muscle will show where the negative stresses lie.
Kinesiology originated in the 1960’s when American physical therapists combined Western techniques and Eastern medicine to evaluate muscle function, posture and general body imbalances. Since then many different systems of kinesiology have evolved for use on oneself, within the family or in a professional context.
How Can Kinesiology Help Me?
Being a holistic system, kinesiology treats the whole person and the stresses that cause disease. Corrections may be made to clear structural, nutritional and emotional imbalances. Kinesiology can address the symptoms of a very wide range of problems including:
Headaches & migraines
Back & neck problems
Cranial injuries & whiplash
Blood sugar imbalances
Bed wetting & bladder/prostate problems
Panic attacks & obsessive-compulsive disorder
Sexual abuse trauma
Immune system disorders
Digestive disorders & candida
Lack of direction
A person may be suffering from a number of symptoms and, by way of a muscle response, the highest priority corrections can be chosen. The procedure is quick, effective, non-invasive and painless. A personalised approach is used at all times.
Each person’s symptoms may require completely different corrections. Muscle testing pinpoints the origins of an ailment and how best to treat it.