Gentle powerful natural healthcare
Kinesiology is a truly holistic approach to balancing mind, body and emotions. By using direct feedback from your body’s intelligence with muscle monitoring (applying a gentle pressure to the arm and monitoring the response) we can find what will restore balance to your system and encourage your natural healing potential towards health and well-being. Kinesiology often incorporates other modalities. I work with Reiki to get to the root of the problem; working energetically can create deep and lasting shifts, as well as being relaxing and increasing your sense of well-being.
Accessing your body's wisdom; working towards optimum balance and well-being.
At the same time, working towards your goals – what it is you want – gives the body specific targets for your natural healing process to work towards, as well as empowering you to go in the direction you want to.
We all go through challenges at different times during our lives with our health, relationships, home life, career, whilst studying or otherwise, and sometimes we have longer term health issues which we need extra support in managing.
Do you value your health and well-being? So often it is not until something goes wrong with our health or a situation gets too much that we seek to make it better. Why not take action to restore your well-being today?
Please feel free to contact me for more information, without obligation. I will be happy to answer your questions.
"The kinesiology treatments and healing have been most helpful in many areas of my life including releasing issues from the past, adopting a healthier diet, developing confidence in public speaking and embracing change. Tabitha is very calming and encouraging and I always feel more positive after a treatment."
AJ - Wells
"Thank you SO much for yesterday! It was so great to be with like-minded people and I swear, I felt so much stronger at work today - I just felt better, more myself, and I felt really stable."
DW (workshop for sensitive people 2011)
"Kinesiology - life changing" The Times