Kinesiology is an energetic modality that integrates the philosophy and structure of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), with a broad range of techniques and understanding from Western medicine. Utilising the muscles as 'bio-feedback monitors' (also known as muscle testing), imbalances in the body’s physical, emotional, mental or spiritual states can be identified and rectified. By using a range of varied techniques, a kinesiologist can facilitate realignment of the body’s natural energies, so it is in the best possible position to heal itself. It can also assist you in balancing and centering yourself, increasing self-awareness, and can bring insight and clarity, strengthening your outlook and supporting the momentum of growth and change. 

Essentially, through the use of intuitive muscle testing, Kinesiology allows the practitioner and the client to determine where/why energy is not in alignment, and what is needed to bring it back into balance and harmony. It is an intuitive and exploratory process, and often brings feelings of clarity, empowerment and understanding, and can bring in a sense of lightness, calmness, and peace. It is especially helpful if you feel stuck, powerless to create change or move forward, feel disconnected from yourself or your intuition, or if you know you need support but can't articulate why, or what you think you might need.

Combined with Rebecca’s Naturopathic knowledge and training in herbal medicine, nutrition and holistic wellness, a comprehensive treatment plan can be created, supporting your healing journey.


How can Kinesiology Support Me?

It can assist with a wide range of issues, including but not limited to: 
Emotional wellbeing
Self-confidence, self-worth, & empowerment
Fatigue & sleep disturbances
Clearing and releasing blocks, obstacles or sabotages
Finding and walking your life path
Enhance your ability to listen to your intuition
Breaking old behaviours, habits or emotional patterns
Addressing chronic or recurring states of ill health or disease
Reducing stress and pain
Brain integration, cognition and communication
Increasing general health & wellbeing