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Do you often feel tired?

Are you prone to colds and infections?

Do you find it hard to concentrate?

Does your digestive system give you challenges?

Are you in pain?

Do you suffer from stress?

Are you unhappy or having emotional problems?

Do you have low self-esteem or a lack of confidence?

Have you been told to put up with your problems or there is nothing wrong?

We all deserve to feel good and experience vitality we should not just accept anything less. Kinesiology can help YOU take control and take the path to optimum health and happiness.

Kinesiologists use muscle testing as a way to understand why your physical, emotional, chemical, nutritional and energetic systems feel out of balance and how to go about changing them for the better. In a world where we are bombarded by information from other people, kinesiology lets YOU get the information from YOU that twinge of pain, the pang of indigestion, the headache, the back-ache, your depression, the feeling out of sorts are all messages trying to tell us to make positive change in our lives.

Using muscle response, kinesiologists help YOU to decipher the messages from your body and find the best way to make the changes. Kinesiologists use a range of gentle yet powerful techniques to restore balance to your whole system, which in turn creates and maintains health and wellbeing. When you are balanced you function better on every level.

As kinesiology communicates directly with your body it is renowned for being able to uncover underlying problems that are difficult to find by other means.

Your kinesiologist at Therapies at Wootton Fields is Lesley Stephenson.

Kinesiology was recently mentioned on the news after it was noted that Tiger Woods uses it to assist with his back injury, he was spotted wearing the therapeutic kinesiology tape at 2018’s Open in Carnoustie. This tape provides relief for muscles, ligaments or tendons and the aim of the product is to allow movement for lymphatic fluid, which it says can be a part of swelling and inflammation that ramps up pressure on muscles and tissue.