• Ali Copeland

What are some of the benefits of Kinesiology?


Kinesiology can benefit and assist a wide range of conditions. Some of the more common conditions are areas such as: stress – work, relationships, family, money, life’s sudden challenges, anxiety, pain, depression, tiredness, relationship problems, goal setting, confidence building, sleep problems and overall well-being.

Some you might be surprised to learn are:

  • Allergies

  • Learning difficulties

  • Digestive problems

  • Nutritional deficiencies

  • Improved sports performance

  • Overcoming past trauma

  • Aiding in muscle injury healing

  • Releasing fears and phobias

  • Back, neck, joint pain and headaches

  • Respiratory issues

  • Nervous disorders

While Kinesiology does not treat named diseases, nor does it diagnose them. It can be a positive addition to your healing regime and can work in conjunction with your current medical treatment plan.

Kinesiology is a unique healing modality; in that it identifies the underlying emotional cause to your issue or condition and by doing this we can then diffuse the associated stress to assist in overall wellness in your body and may assist any physical ailments you experience.

In most cases there is no contraindication in receiving a Kinesiology session alongside Western medical care, however it is important to advise your Practitioner during the intake process of any medical conditions that you have been diagnosed with so this can be discussed further.

Everyone can benefit from Kinesiology! From young children to the elderly – even if you’re healthy you will still gain from a kinesiology session.

So if you think Kinesiology could benefit your health and help bring you back into and more balanced state of wellness….contact me to book an appointment now!

Love,

Ali xx

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Ali Copeland Kinesiology & Wellness

0419 810 513

Evandale, South Australia, Australia

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