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What happens during a Kinesiology session?: Video


During the first session your kinesiologist will take a full medical and lifestyle history and work with you, with your consent, to identify and address your specific individual concerns and areas causing stress.

The kinesiologist will ask you to place your arms, legs or head into specific positions and then apply a light pressure against the muscle that is being tested and then look for changes in your muscle strength.    

Assessments are made using gentle manual muscle response testing where the kinesiologist seeks to identify imbalances which may be contributing to the client's loss of health and well-being, and ways to restore balance. Clients are fully clothed.

Each muscle is related to an energy pathway called a Meridian and each meridian is associated with an organ. For instance, if a client comes with digestive issues, Systematic Kinesiologist will be testing the muscles that are associated with the stomach, small intestine and large intestine meridian, to assess the possible underlying core issues. It’s more likely that the body will reveal itself, pointing to where the most problematic area is through the muscle testing.

What happens during a Kinesiology session?: FAQ
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