Kinesiology and natural therapy can help in a wide range of areas, including
What is a typical session like?
The processes involved in kinesiology, Neuro-training (NT), and Resolve therapy are non-intrusive and you don’t have to disclose secrets or personal details. You can just relax!
The core discipline of kinesiology involves muscle monitoring, which employs gentle touch to the hands, arms, and shoulders in gauging the body and mind’s response to particular conditions. Neuro-training and Resolve expand the discipline to take in techniques from a much wider range of natural therapies from the East and West.
In a sense, there is no typical session, as the treatment is tailored specifically for you.
The usual consultation time is one hour. I suggest allowing an hour and a half for the first appointment, as you may have a range of questions and matters to discuss when we are starting out.
Kinesiology and the related disciplines of Resolve and Neuro-training involve restoring your nervous system to its natural, optimum level of functioning.
During our lives, we’ll often encounter situations that disturb our natural function, leaving us in need of some way to get it back. Here’s a snapshot of the process.
But when you’re stressed, which means you are overloaded and under-resourced, your neurology responds to your experiences in a very different way. Let’s look at the stressed brain…
These two programs are vastly different, and affect your thinking, emotions, behaviours, and your physical health in ways that are worlds apart.
When you are under stress, your brain runs the surviving program. That’s where the flight or fight response comes in. Let’s take a look at how it affects you…
Your brain is genetically programmed to activate your survival mechanisms whenever it interprets an experience as threatening. But fight or flight isn’t just about big traumas—bushfires, earthquakes, wars, fights, and animals chasing you. The response is also triggered by the more subtle challenges of modern life.
Smaller traumas that you can’t move on from, such as conflict with your parents or children, put-downs from your peers, bullying, car accidents, emotional shocks, relationship failures, and grief, don’t threaten to end your life, but they do threaten your ability to live it as you want to.
When faced with any kind of trauma, big or small, your brain occupies itself with these questions until it can reach a solution:
- Given this experience, how can I live without fear or anxiety?
- How can I make decisions and plan for my future with clarity?
- How does this affect who I am?
If your fight or flight response is triggered but these questions are left unresolved, you will get stuck in survival mode. This is only meant to be a short-term response to extreme threats, and staying in it can have devastating effects that disrupt your body, mind, emotions, and energy. This leads to a wide array of troubling and unwanted symptoms, typically including loss of self-esteem, identity, self-trust, and ultimately the loss of your health.