5 Reasons to see a Kinesiologist

Reasons you should see a kinesiologist

Should you see a kinesiologist?

There’s a common belief that people pursue therapy because there is something ‘wrong’ with them. The fact is that those who seek therapists such as kinesiologists and counsellors are ordinary people looking for effective ways to minimise stress and live healthier, happier lives.

Below is a list of common issues that many people have successfully addressed using kinesiology:


Anxiety can manifest in many ways which include nervousness, fear, and self-doubt. We all experience some degree of tension from time to time and know that it can interfere with life, work and personal relationships.
Kinesiology therapy can significantly reduce the symptoms of anxiety. People with anxiety may have overwhelming, recurring feelings of dread and worry. Anxiety is one of the most common reasons why people see a kinesiologist. When a client is more connected to themselves they are able to cope with stressful triggers more effectively.
Read more about anxiety here.
Read about Social anxiety here. 

Chronic Stress

Stress that goes unmanaged can be detrimental to your overall health and relationships. Stress can be brought on by either short-term events or situations such as a difficult project at work or an argument with a partner. Stress may also become chronic surrounding long-term issues such as an illness, financial troubles, and major conflict. A kinesiologist/counsellor is able to help you to define the cause of your stress and develop strategies to manage it.

Self-Esteem Issues

Self-esteem greatly affects our well-being. When we have high self-esteem we feel confident, considering ourselves to be valuable, and respect ourselves. Low self-esteem, is associated with self-doubt, self-criticism, social isolation and shame. Kinesiology sessions can help you gain a stronger sense of self. Your kinesiologist can help you connect to your inner self and become more assertive, confident and self-aware.

Habits / Behaviours and Addictions

We all have habits and behaviours that we want to change, in order to become healthier and happier. Kinesiology can help deal with behavioural problems that involve unwanted behaviour. A good therapist can help you look through the thoughts and feelings that lead to a certain behaviour so you can understand it on a deeper level, and work on improving them.

Life Purpose / Achieving Goals

Kinesiology uses eastern energy medicine principles to link us to our inner selves, the aim is to take a client who is feeling negative or just ‘ok’ about life into a space of wellness, abundance and happiness. This is possible when energy centres are aligned and the individual is strongly connected to their core values, strengths and passions. The individual who is secure within themselves is then able to explore their passions more intently and experience greater happiness.

Digestive Disorders

Many people are aware that digestive ailments are linked to emotional upset, the gut is considered by many health professionals to be the second brain, reacting to stress on a physical level. Kinesiology is incredibly beneficial for moving stagnant energy and emotional baggage that results in a stagnant system. Kinesiology muscle testing has also been used for many years to test for food sensitivities and intolerances and has helped many individuals to clean up their diets and feel better both inside and out.

Suggested Kinesiology treatment plan.

For most issues we recommend:

An initial 90 minute kinesiology consultation followed by between 3 – 5 standard consultations 1 -2 weeks apart with lifestyle changes incorporated between sessions (this works well in conjunction with a diet and exercise plan).

Further follow-up standard consultations should be spaced between 2 -4 weeks apart or booked as needed. You may also be advised to see a nutritional specialist to help you with your dietary needs

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