If you’re unsure of what kinesiology is good for, or what it even is, but are interested in learning more about it, this is the place to be. With the aim of clearing things up and perhaps even putting your mind at ease if you're considering undergoing holistic kinesiology, we will detail everything we can to help you make an informed decision.
Before we get stuck into it, perhaps it’s best to first answer the question “what is kinesiology?” Simply put, kinesiology is the practice of testing the muscles with the aim of identifying and rectifying imbalances in one’s body’s structural, chemical, and emotional energy. Kinesiologists train to access the movement of energy in the body, while also studying all the factors that influence movement. During a session, they will learn what the body’s healing needs are and look at any changes in energy that are brought on by a spectrum of therapeutic procedures.
A question we’re confronted with often here at Natureco is “does acupuncture hurt?” Now, the answer to this question is entirely subjective, as everyone's tolerance for pain is different. However, we'd like to set the record straight on this topic and hopefully put your mind at ease in the process.
The assumption is that because acupuncture involves needles being inserted into the body, that it’s going to hurt. Moreover, it’s the fear of this potential pain that causes many people to choose not to undergo acupuncture therapy.
If you’re new to the world of natural therapies and are investigating alternative avenues to traditional medicine, knowing the differences between some of what we do, and other medical disciplines can be quite confusing. One such example is knowing the difference between an osteopath vs a chiropractor.
To provide you with a full understanding of how osteopaths differ from chiropractors, we’ve broken every detail we can think of into the below points. So if you’re looking to learn if an osteopath can prescribe medication, or when to see an osteopath, keep reading.
Upon first investigating a naturopathic diet for yourself and your family, you may find yourself confronted with a host of conflicting information that bombards you from every angle. Not only can this be incredibly overwhelming, but confusing as well.
We aim to clear up some of the confusion by providing you with our all-natural diet plan to help you live a healthier life and reap the numerous other benefits that come from following a naturopathic cleanse diet.
It's a known fact that eating to nourish is one of the best ways to improve our quality of life. Studies have shown that your gut bacteria, which thrives on nutritious food, has an important role to play in your brain chemistry.
Tracy Gaibisso Naturopath
To me the acts of conception, pregnancy and birth are sacred acts, governed by love trust and humility. Sacred not of religion but of a spiritual nature encompassed with admiration and respect.
Sacred in that the womb of the mother shares its ancestral knowings with her offspring and creates a bond and connection which in its uniqueness, is the embodiment of all things holy.
Sacred in that the power of a mother's love supersedes any diagnostic test or remedy given and is vital for a miracle to occur.
I’ve chosen to be of service in this career because of such miracles, and this blog has been inspired by an email I received from a new mama who has just given birth to a gorgeous baby boy. Its her story of strength and tenacity, that reminds me why I do what I do.
Let me share this with you;