Explore Kinesiology – Explore Yourself!

You’re a lot smarter than you think.

And no, we’re not talking about your brain—we’re talking about your body. Though it’s certainly the case that we associate intelligence with the brain, our bodies actually play an integral role in responding to external stimuli—much faster than our brains can.

So what does this mean?

For one, while we tend to focus on our mental health as an issue directly correlated to the brain, the truth is that the effects of outside stressors can have negative impacts throughout our whole bodies. Tension and stress can lead to unnecessary physical pain—something migraine sufferers know far too well. What this all boils down to is one commonly-ignored fact: that our minds and bodies need to be working in unison for optimal health.

So when there’s a kink in one—there’s going to be a kink in the other.

Traditional forms of medicine look to treat the symptoms of an issue, or perhaps even worse, treat symptoms as if they’re a part of an isolated ailment. This type of treatment often proves ineffectual because it ignores our bodies’ role in responding to stressors.

Enter Kinesiology—a powerful science and treatment technique that seeks to combine traditional forms of medicine with a more holistic approach.

When we experience something negative—a trauma, for instance—our bodies register this before we can even begin to mentally grasp what is going on. And while we may work to improve our mental health in events such as these, our physical well-being is often neglected. Patients may often find that they are in pain or more easily tensed but not put together that their bodies are storing excess tension in unhealthy ways.

We utilize Kinesiology to help our clients find balance in the mental, physical, emotional, spiritual, and social aspects of their lives. And because we realize that these are all interconnected, we do well in helping our clients overcome negative emotions that have adverse health effects.

Call us today to find out how we can help you reach your peak health potential.