Kinesiology – Jane Lee-Stewart & Samantha Bladon
Kinesiology uncovers and releases different kinds of stress to promote self-healing. In a state of balance or homeostasis, we are healthy and the body self regulates. Stress may be physical (structural, biochemical or electromagnetic), emotional, mental or spiritual in nature. Biofeedback received from gentle muscle monitoring helps locate the stress and factors preventing its release.
Practitioners use muscle monitoring originating from chiropractic techniques with Eastern approaches to balancing chi or life force energy in the body. This, combined with an energetic set-up called formatting, allows the kinesiologist to address key issues underlying symptoms or anxieties. Biofeedback from the mindbody also identifies the most suitable correction.
Energy balancing – brain structures, as well as the body’s subtle energy fields. Corrections include chakra balancing. Kinesiology takes into account the interrelationship of muscles, nerves, meridians, organs and brain structures. Corrections may include acupressure, flower essences, holding or massage of specific reflex points, creative visualisation, dietary advice, energetic cranio-sacral and TMJ balancing or corrections using sound, colour or light.
Kinesiology can help a client move away from worry and over-thinking, sadness and depression, fear and anxiety, loss of direction in life, confusion and indecision, relationship blocks, fight and flight reactions, or any other kind of mental and emotional stress. This therapy can also help improve memory, learning and the ability to focus under stress.
A kinesiology session incorporates attunement to the client’s goals, then bypasses the conscious mind to find and release self-limiting issues and beliefs. It helps the client embrace transformation and increase conscious awareness.
More energy, less anxiety, reduced pain and increased joy and peaceful awareness are the most commonly noticed results of a kinesiology session.
Emotional Freedom Technique – Jane Lee-Stewart
This therapy has been described as emotional acupuncture without needles. Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) identifies and resolves with uses tapping of meridian endpoints to resolve. Jane combines EFT with kinesiology to refine attunement to goals and the true nature of the underlying emotional issue. Results for intractable and lifelong problems can be dramatic and immediate.
Brain Integration with LEAP® – Jane Lee-Stewart
LEAP® (Learning Enhancement Acupressure Program) is a field of kinesiology that assesses and assists brain function, correcting learning and performance difficulties in both adults and children. One of the brain’s responses to stress is to shut down access to specific areas of brain function, switching off the electrical and chemical signals that control the brain, muscles and organs.
Stress, anxiety and trauma can therefore adversely affect learning and memory. Such dysfunctions are frequently located in subcortical areas of the brain, and generally unresponsive to most remedial approaches.
LEAP® can identify the energetic stress patterns of brain physiology using a range of tests and by holding a combination of acupoints and finger positions that relate to specific frequencies of imbalance. Brain integration techniques reopen and restore correct timing to electrical pathways, improving concentration, memory, learning ability and the ability to focus under stress.