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Flat belly please?

Last week I received my favourite kind of bonus payment after an appointment – a hug from a very happy client.

I noticed she had difficulty sitting up from lying down. She told me that even though she regularly exercised to strengthen her abdominals she had very little success in even feeling them work. I asked her if she would like me to see if I could help.

After a few tests and corrective techniques she was able to sit up more easily, and could actually feel her muscles working. She will still need to exercise to develop strong abdominals, but it should be easier and more productive from now on.

Sturdy abdominal muscles are an important part of developing a “strong core” – the area of your body commonly referred to as your midsection or torso.  A strong core involves all your muscles from the front, back and sides (plus more) to work together effectively to stabilize and support your entire body.

Would you like to have a flat belly? Do you suffer from back pain? Do you have poor posture? Have you tried abdominal strengthening exercises but can’t seem to get the muscles to work? Read More…

3 Ways to Achieve Better Health

When the physical, bio-chemical and emotional sides of your life are working in harmony, balance is achieved. Kinesiology uses this “Triangle of Health” to provide equilibrium and complete bodily health.

Kinesiolgists use muscle testing to detect and correct imbalances related to stress, nutrition, learning problems, injuries and energy.  By looking at the whole person and the way they function and interact with their environment – rather than focusing on symptoms or named diseases – Kinesiologists can determine how your health and well-being is affected by imbalance and make necessary corrections.

Let’s look at how imbalance can affect your health. Read More…

What is muscle testing?

A Kinesiologist’s main ‘tool of trade’ is muscle testing, but many people have difficultly understanding and explaining what it is and how it works, so I am going to try and clarify it here. Basically a  kinesiologist uses muscle testing to find what and where the imbalances causing ill health are occuring in your body, and from there how to bring it back into balance to acheive your ideal health and wellbeing.  So what is muscle testing and how does it work?

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Running – What a mind game!

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A couple of weeks ago I completed my first half marathon.  For those who don’t know that’s 21kms of running or in my case jogging!  Impressive huh!  Let me tell you the actual running is much easier than the mental battle that goes along with it. Read More…

How to find a good kinesiologist

The best way to find a good kinesiologist is from a referral from a friend or colleague.  But if you are new to an area you might not have your network established and need to use your own judgment.  So a great question would be to ask your kinesiologist if they are a registered provider with the private health funds, even if you don’t personally hold private health insurance.  Read More…

Why am I always tired

Do you wake in the morning feeling tired and unrefreshed? Do you drag yourself through the day feeling 10 years older than you really are?  Do you feel like you have lost your motivation and spark for life?  Do you feel physically, emotionally and mentallly unable to give your best to work, family, sport, etc?  Through muscle testing, kinesiology can help find and clear the underlying cause of your problem.  Read More…

Pain relief for backs

Kinesiology is so effective at relieving your back pain because it looks at the causes of your pain. Usually the first step is to give you pain relief. I do this by rebalancing the flow of energy in the involved muscles by using reflex points and gentle muscle manipulation.  Then we look at the causes or triggers of your pain in the first place.  Read More…