What is Kinesiology?
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Kinesiology is a non-invasive, holistic approach to health and well being. Your body’s natural inclination is to be healthy. Based on the concept of internal energy fundamental to traditional Chinese medicine, Kinesiology uses muscle monitoring, or muscle testing, to discover areas of stress/imbalance in the body systems and identify ways to bring you back into a healthy balance.
Kinesiology: A Holistic Approach to Health
Discover the Roots of any Issue
Kinesiology views the body as a functional organism, rather than a series of separate parts. It focuses on unifying body, mind and spirit. It addresses the links between the body, emotions, and biochemical stress. Instead of focusing on symptoms and diagnosis, it asks specific questions to discover the body’s priority to reconnect, and what is ready to shift to a healthier balance.
Because it addresses the root causes of any issue rather than symptoms, Kinesiology can discover and treat imbalances that are often overlooked by other therapies. It can help restore your health more quickly, permanently, and less invasively than many other therapies. Kinesiology can provide information on energy blockages, organ functions, nutritional deficiencies, food sensitivities, and other areas.
History of Kinesiology
Kinesiology has its roots in the early 1960’s, conceived and developed by American chiropractor Dr. George Goodheart, who explored the relationship between internal organs, acupuncture meridians, and skeletal muscles.
This work is called Applied Kinesiology or Energy Kinesiology.
How it Works
Kinesiology uses muscle testing to indicate the roots of your health issues. Kinesiology can answer questions about the meridians, organ systems, and link them to emotional sources. Using the body’s own feedback mechanism between the nervous system and the skeletal muscles, Kinesiology is an effective method to receive specific personal indications without pharmaceuticals or invasive medical tests.
What to Expect in a Session
Srijana will ask about your history and your objectives for the treatment. You will lie on a treatment table fully clothed, while Srijana touches your wrist lightly to ascertain the priorities for your treatment. When she finds a combination of points, she will explain the therapy, so you understand how it relates to your health. Your session will finish with a discussion of the shifts that took place, any homework, lifestyle factors, or follow-up suggested. Most clients find they feel deeply relaxed after a session.
Srijana uses a high level of skill and sensitivity to read the energy and the flow of a therapy session. With a very light touch on the client’s wrist, she can discern a great deal of information. The many ways that Srijana uses Kinesiology include Food and Nutrient Sensitivity Testing with electronically imprinted vials to indicate optimum diet. She uses it to locate and treat activation points in the meridians. She also uses it to indicate possible causes and treatment options for Insomnia, Adrenal fatigue, GERD, Hypertension, Anxiety, Depression, and more.
Kinesiology can be done in a personal consultation with Srijana. It may be included as a part of another single session, if it is a priority for your healing.
“Srijana’s transformational energy medicine is unique in that she listens directly to the body wisdom to find the most important underlying health issues to address. Ideal for chronic, unresolved physical and emotional problems, Srijana’s healing systems can discover and rebalance functions that conventional therapies tend to overlook.” Adam B.
About Srijana aka Jane Barthelemy, MBA, CBP, CRM, LAP, Author
Jane’s transformational healing aligns the body to spirit. Srijana is a Certified BodyTalk practitioner, Licensed Accunect Chinese Medicine practitioner, Certified 3rd degree Usui Reiki Master, Certified MogaDao Qigong Guide, MogaDao Sacred Sexuality Instructor, MBA. She is the author of two books on healthy diet: Paleo Desserts, and Good Morning Paleo, published by Da Capo Press. She also teaches Qigong, Taiji, Meditation, Food and Lifestyle classes in Santa Fe, NM.