This morning I woke up unusually early with the sweet sound of tweeting birds. This gentle awakening seemed to inspire me to make my first batch of Bliss Balls . . . before knuckling down to a full day of studying. Bliss Balls are a convenient nutritious snack to have on hand when you’re at school, work or just out and about. They tend to be particularly high in protein which is why they are also known as ‘protein balls’. You can put whatever you like in Bliss Balls, I just raided my pantry and pulled out whatever I thought might work. Here’s how (more…)
Most people these days understand the basic concept of karma as being ‘what goes around comes around’. Karma however is much more than this. In my own understanding karma is not a levied reward or punishment for actions taken, but rather a self-imposed agreement of the life lessons our soul needs to evolve. You have likely heard accounts of ‘near death experiences’ where a person sees their life flash before them, feeling every hurt they inflicted on another. This moment is the beginning of the life review process. The moment of atonement or ‘at – one – ment’. The lifting of the spiritual veil where (more…)
So many people suffer from sleepless nights when they need not. Often sleep problems are a result of an electrical disturbance in the body which can be harmonised through Kinesiology techniques. One of my first clients Ros had experienced sleeping problems for 20 years and after one session she began sleeping 7-8 hours. A truly amazing result for Ros and her overall wellbeing. See her testimonial on my Facebook Page.
Kinesiology is a natural healing system that communicates with your bio-computer to discover what your body needs to re-establish balance and promote healing. Muscle monitoring is used to source this information and it’s this muscle feedback that allows a kinesiologist to get to the heart of the matter at hand. What you may not know is that imbedded into the Professional Kinesiology Practice (PKP) system is an abundance of traditional yoga healing (more…)
Ever wonder why you frequent the loo between 3pm – 5pm? According to Chinese Medicine ‘Qi’ flows through the bladder meridian during this time period encouraging the elimination of liquid waste. It’s also a good time for learning and exercise.
Do you avoid pasta and rice dishes due to that heavy sedated feeling that often follows? Then why not give ‘quinoa’ a go? Quinoa (keen-wah) is one of the most perfect non-animal sources of protein on the planet and an excellent alternative to rice, oats and wheat. It’s high in amino acids, calcium, magnesium, iron, copper and B vitamins which makes quinoa highly nutritional and branded as a superfood. It looks and feels like (more…)
Dr Mehmet Oz is a high profile Cardio-Thoracic Surgeon, Vice-Chair and Professor of Surgery at Columbia University. He also directs the Cardiovascular Institute and Complementary Medicine Program at NewYork–Presbyterian Hospital. Here’s what he had to say about Energy Medicine . . . .
“The reason I’m so excited and passionate about alternative medicine is because it is (more…)
Many people believe that digestion problems such as heartburn, reflux and indigestion are a result of too much stomach acid. Acid insufficiency however is a much more common cause of these type of issues. The stomach is intended to be an acid environment so the use of antacids can perpetuate the problem. One potential remedy is the use of digestive enzymes. Kinesiology can be very helpful in identifying the solution for your body. A manual muscle test would be used to determine (more…)
Dr Bruce Dew, founder of Professional Kinesiology Practice (PKP) talks about the origins of PKP, medical research on Kinesiology (by Dr Susan Hadley) and the philosophy behind PKP. Enjoy!
How long has it been since you’ve walked barefoot across some cool grass, or a sandy beach? This simple act of connecting with the earth is known as ‘earthing’ or ‘grounding’ and has various therapeutic benefits on our health.
In this short video Dr Dzung Price describes how grounding activates the kidney meridian (via the K1 acupuncture point just below the ball of each foot) which in turn feeds into our adrenals, revitalises our energies, reduces inflammation and helps with blood thinning and cardiovascular health. Enjoy!
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