Why you should try kinesiology. Part 1: prevention is better than cure
In kinesiology, we use very powerful techniques which can give relief to all sorts of conditions. People will frequently see a kinesiologist because they are suffering from one specific ailment. It may be that after just one or two "balances" (sessions) they feel great and resume their lives as before. This can be wonderful to see, but let's not forget that prevention is better than cure.
Did you know that regular kinesiology balancing can help you stay happy and healthy? We all know that routine maintenance works for vehicles and machinery, but we don't all apply this rule to the human body. We all lead such busy lives these days, and getting a perfectly balanced diet and the right amount of exercise is not always easy.
At times we may begin to find ourselves affected, either physically or emotionally, by the pressures, strains, stresses and traumas of modern life. When these build up we may not feel at our best. For example, we might find that we feel tired, run down or depressed. Or we might experience physical aches and pains or digestive problems.
If we allow these problems to linger then we can become really unwell. Routine kinesiology balances will help to relieve these and prevent more serious problems from developing.
Check this list to see how healthy you really are:
Symptoms of vibrant health
- A clear mind.
- Optimistic outlook.
- A pain and symptom-free body.
- Good restful natural sleep.
- Joints and muscles flex with ease.
- Balanced and nutritious diet.
- Regular and healthy bowel movements.
- No reliance on drugs or stimulants.
- Consistent energy levels upon awakening and throughout the day.
Are you experiencing all of these symptoms of vibrant health each day? It is fair to say that many of us will struggle to maintain optimum health all the time, and this is where kinesiology can be an invaluable tool for you, your family and friends.
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Rosemary GrahamJanuary 15th, 2018