Is Kinesiology For Me?

Having survived the pressures of the corporate world for over 15 years I understand how difficult it can be to achieve a balanced lifestyle when you’re; working late, and weekends, have a second job or part time study and trying to fit in time with family and friends… let alone any relaxation time for yourself!

All of my clients are experiencing a state of stress triggered by:

  • work,
  • relationships,
  • lack of self-esteem (oh hello harsh inner-critic),
  • chronic or acute health issues,
  • anxiety,
  • depression or general stuckness or
  • even boredom.

Using a combination of techniques such as:

  • Kinesiology
  • Past life regression
  • Traditional Chinese Medicine principals
  • Shamanic healing
  • Energetic tools (essences, chakras, crystals, meridians, tuning forks…) and
  • Coaching,

I help release the stress and realign your physical, emotional and energetic systems, which brings that “I feel lighter” feeling. We also work on helping you find your place of inner alignment to your dream life and solidifying your new foundation using techniques to help with the ongoing integration of the changes back in your life.

 

My clients have a better perspective of their lives, find it easier to follow their inner knowing of what’s ‘right’ and embody the life they never thought was possible.

 

When we stand on our own solid foundation of self-love, we end up with everything we need to succeed in life: strength, confidence, happiness, grace and inner peace.

 

A Quick Check of Your Current Stress Level

Did you know that 99% of all illnesses are caused by stress? Below is a list of high impact stressors. Have any of the following events happened to you in the past 12 months?

  1. Death of a partner
  2. Divorce
  3. Separation from partner
  4. Imprisonment
  5. Death of a close family member
  6. Personal illness or injury
  7. Marriage
  8. Dismissal from work
  9. Marital reconcilitation
  10. Retirement

If so, you may still be experiencing some of the symptoms of stress.

When you suffer from stress, you experience a variety of symptoms. These symptoms each fall into four categories:

  1. Behavioural (the things you do)
  2. Physical (your body’s response)
  3. Emotional (what you feel)
  4. Psychological (your personal way of thinking.)

Stress Self Test

Take a look below at the various lists of stresses and symptoms and then compare those with how you are feeling at this moment.

For each one that is relevant to you, give yourself a point. Next, look for your score at the end of this self-test and you will discover your personal stress rating.


BehaviouralPhysicalEmotionalPsychological and Negative Thoughts
Drop in work performanceTightness in chestMood swings‘I am a failure’
More inclined to become accident-proneChest pain and/or palpitationsFeeling anxious‘I should be able to cope’
Drinking and smoking moreIndigestionFeeling tense‘Why is everyone getting at me?’
Overeating/loss of appetiteBreathlessnessFeelings of anger‘No one understands’
Change in sleeping patternsNauseaFeeling guilty‘I don’t know what to do’
Poor time managementMuscle twitchesFeelings of shame‘I can’t cope’
Too busy to relaxAches and painsHaving no enthusiasm‘What’s the point?’
Withdrawing from family and friendsHeadachesBecoming more cynical‘I don’t seem to be able to get on top of things’
Loss of interest in sexSkin conditionsFeeling out of control‘I keep forgetting where I put things’
Poor judgmentRecurrence of previous illnesses/allergiesFeeling helplessLoss of judgment
Inability to express feelingsConstipation/diarrhoeaDecrease in confidence/self esteem
Over-reactingWeight loss or weight gainPoor concentration
Change in menstrual cycle for women
Sleep problems/tiredness

Add up your score and check below for your current level of stress:

0 – 4 symptoms: You are unlikely to be stressed.
5 – 8 symptoms: You are experiencing a mild form of stress and are not coping as well as you can. You need to make some changes.
9 – 12 symptoms: You are experiencing a moderate degree of stress. You need to make major changes to your life.
13 or more symptoms: You need to take urgent action to reduce your stress levels.

The higher your score the more urgent is the need for action.

Stress is impossible to eliminate totally from life. However, if we recognise what stresses us, together with how our symptoms show themselves, we can take action to minimise or reduce any negative effects.

The basis of Kinesiology is de-stressing your body relative to the problems you’re experiencing. After each session you’ll discover different perspectives on your life and experience a greater sense of calm and peace.