I am absolutely delighted that Rachel Lead AKFRP. LCSP(Phys). Cert Ed. is using the Clinic here at Just Bea for the East Anglian Region for the International Kinesiology Day on March 19th.
The Clinic will be open between 10 and 4 pm and will have experienced and enthusiastic Touch for Healthers and Professional Kinesiologists who will be able to offer mini taster sessions for a small fee and have a chat to you about how Kinesiology can help you. You may also be interested in doing a course yourself and training in Touch for Health. These are the people to speak to! Please pop in and have a chat and a cuppa!
The day will be hosted by Rachel Lead AKFRP. LCSP(Phys). Cert Ed. who sits on the Kinesiology Federation (KF) board as Director, chairperson and in the Training Standards Team, after being voted in by the KF members.
Rachel has been a member of the Kinesiology Federation UK www.kinesiologyfederation.co.uk since 1993. She came across Touch for Health/Kinesiology while working as a massage therapist and Reflexologist, as she was looking for new ways of training to help her clients. She was so pleased with the way these techniques helped her clientele that she qualified as a Kinesiologist and then as a Teacher of this work from foundation to professional level.
Rachel will be joined by other Kinesiologists:
Anita works here at the Clinic on a Friday as well as running a successful clinic in Worlingworth,
Julie Chevous who works in Rendlesham as a Kinesiologist and a Zumba instructor.
There will be other Kinesiologists and Touch for Healthers including my partner in crime Cathy Baumguertel.
Kinesiology was originally developed by an American chiropractor called George Goodheart. He found that by testing muscle response before and after he made chiropractic corrections he achieved better results for his patients. As time progressed he was able to make a connection between various muscles and acupuncture meridians. By testing these muscles the Kinesiologist can get a picture of what is happening in your meridian system and how this may be affecting you.
So, kinesiology can be seen as a blend of the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine and western techniques which enable a kinesiologist to treat you as an individual. Each person’s session is unique to them.
Kinesiology uses a range of gentle yet extremely powerful techniques. Kinesiology also allows the Kinesiologist to draw on other healing techniques and modalities and integrate them into the session where appropriate and indicated by the muscle response. (www.kinesiologyfederation.co.uk)
It will be great to see you all here on Saturday 19th March.