Specialised Kinesiology

Kinesiology offers a powerful means to re-balance ourselves – physically, mentally and emotionally. Specialised Kinesiologists use muscle feedback as a stress monitor to identify imbalances in their client’s structural, chemical, mental and emotional energy systems. Kinesiology is a tool used to identify external factors which are causing stress to the client’s system. By balancing these imbalances through Kinesiology, one is able to re-activate the body’s built-in healing ability, allowing the client to live to their full potential and lead happier and healthier lives.

Specialised Kinesiology may be used to balance the root cause of a range of physical and emotional symptoms which include:

    • Anxiety
    • Depression
    • Emotional Problems
    • Insomnia
    • Dyslexia & learning difficulties
    • Food sensitivities
    • Fatigue
    • Bad posture
    • Past trauma
    • Phobias
    • Addictions
    • Relationship difficulties
    • Low self esteem
    • Digestive disorders
    • Physical pain
    • High blood pressure
    • Sinusitis
    • Hormone imbalances

 

Dyslexia & Learning Difficulties

Everybody’s neurology functions differently. All have personal inclinations toward how they are able to process, learn, and integrate new information. These aspects of learning greatly affect people, especially children, in their ability to cope and achieve success in their academic careers.

Learn2Learn is a division of Specialised Kinesiology specifically created to help children and people with dyslexia and other learning difficulties. One is able to enhance performance, memory, and balance any disharmony that exists between the hemispheres of the brain. It is an incredibly effective balancing protocol which children of all ages find interesting and fun.

As well as enhancing academic performance and memory, Specialised Kinesiology may be used to identify your child’s learning style, information processing style, and brain hemisphere dominance. This will give you valuable insight and help you to understand the way in which your child predominantly functions, enabling you to more fully understand and support their academic progression.

 

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