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What happens at a Kinesiology therapy session?
On making your first appointment I will send you a questionnaire to complete and bring with you; it will provide helpful background information to support my conversation with you. It is my aim that you see benefits as quickly as possible. Those who visit me for their sessions are often surprised that their body already knows the language of muscle testing. Questions I ask during your session have a reason and a connection that may not be immediately obvious but rest assured that I only ask to enable an effective session. Energy work creates change and you may feel sensations while I work; some people feel a lot, and others do not. You may feel tired or relaxed after your session as your energy is likely to continue processing for some hours afterwards. This is a normal reaction. Please rest as you feel the need and drink more water than usual.
So that you are comfortable and relaxed during your session, I will ask you to lie on the therapy table and we will work together to find out where help is needed. I will carry out specific muscle tests to locate imbalances. The tests can be on your arms, hands, legs, feet or neck, with you either lying face up or face down, and I will explain each test before I do it.
If something we are working on requires more time, I will ask your permission before I proceed as it can incur additional cost. Typically, about an hour is sufficient at one time as your body needs time to settle into the re-balanced energy.
We may find that nutritional supplements such as vitamins, herbs and minerals are necessary to support your repair, growth and well-being. I will recommend any that I find to be a priority for you because without them, your body is likely to be making compensations. They can be ordered by you or by me and be delivered to your home. If you are taking or using prescription products, please check with your doctor or pharmacist before taking supplements.
For those who work with me remotely, we can connect with a video link. It is important that you are resting as we work together, just as you would be if you were in my treatment room.
How many sessions will I need?
The number of sessions is entirely dependent on each individual and what is required to restore natural balance. For example, after a first visit of 1.5 hours, it may be followed by two or three visits each of about an hour. After that, one session every couple of months may be enough to help to stay feeling well. Others may need more than that; some long-standing problems can take longer to ease out of the body.
What are the session fees?
My fees are as follows; the cost of any required supplements or products is an extra charge:
1 ½ hours for first consultation and session for new clients with Biofield Viewer™ Images £85
1 hour follow-up session £65
1 ¼ hours follow-up session with Biofield images £80
Where do I come for my session?
I will welcome you to my upstairs room in my home in Chilton, South Oxfordshire.
The room is equipped with a therapy table, a range of therapeutic items and two chairs.
There is parking space on my driveway. I will give you the address and directions when I confirm your appointment.
What should I wear for my session?
You will be fully clothed during your Kinesiology session. You need to be comfortable and I need to be able to easily massage specific points on your body. Soft trousers are a good option, such as sports clothing, leggings or light-weight fabrics; thick fabrics like jeans or corduroy are more difficult to work through. You will be visiting my home and I would be grateful if you remove your shoes at the door; bring your slippers if you wish.
If you opt for an assessment with the Biofield Viewer™ the images are taken on the skin so you will need to remove clothing (except underwear) and tie long hair up and away from the face and neck. Men should wear shorts. Images may be needed from the front, back, right and left sides.
What qualifies you as a Natural Health Practitioner?
I have been interested in natural health for as long as I can remember; I marvel at the body and its ability to heal. Since 2010 I have been practicing such therapies beyond my immediate family. All my training has been with inspiring subject-matter experts under the appropriate governing bodies.
I first trained in EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques which is also known as Tapping), then extended my knowledge with Kinesiology and have completed:
• 24 months training, achieving Diploma advanced level
• Anatomy and physiology qualification
• Nutritional Therapist qualification
• First Aid certificate
I am a member of the Kinesiology Association.
Please feel free to ask if you have any questions.