Opening doors with Kinesiology

Opening doors with Kinesiology

‘Your beliefs become your thoughts, Your thoughts become your words, Your words become your actions, Your actions become your habits, Your habits become your values, Your values become your destiny’ Gandhi. Kinesiology builds confident, calm and capable kids through a non-invasive and fun approach to brain integration.  Kinesiology and Brain gym help the development of new neuropathway’s within the brain, building new patterns and behaviours with them. Working with Kids for:

  • Learning and Behaviour Issues
  • Focus and Attention Issues
  • Bullying and Socialising Issues
  • Fear and Emotional Issues
  • Difficulties Sleeping and Self-calming
  • Fussy Eaters
  • Confidence and Success

Kinesiology works with your child’s energies removing blocks and restoring balance. The body has an innate ability to heal itself. Kinesiology uses biofeedback, through muscle monitoring, to determine activities best suited to the individual child’s needs. Your body has your own unique answer and Kinesiology allows you to access it. Kinesiology not only restores calm and balance but empowers your child to make positive life choices. What is special about a session with me? Kinesiology is offered as a mobile service, I come to you. This can work like magic for the whole family. When your child is balanced in their own home environment they are calm, relaxed and often participate better in the balance. They are in the environment where distress behaviours often occur and situations are easier to roll play in stimulating the environment or behaviour that requires balance. The biggest bonus being that the family is free to continue daily tasks, often parents continue to cook meals and younger siblings continue to play. The balance fits in with you rather than being another stress or ‘think’ you pack into the day.  It has been noted that on many occasion once the session with the child is complete Mum is quick to jump on to the table for a little balance herself….. Which is highly encouraged ‘Happy Mum, Happy Home’.

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