IBS and Kinesiology

Here is a case of a man with IBS and how we used Kinesiology to support him. How many sessions: 8 over a 2 year period What I did in the clinic: I have always worked on supporting his digestive system and utilizing Kinesiology techniques for the Ileo Caecal Valve. I have also supported his glandular system to minimize the impact of stress in his life. What he did at home: Cut out wheat and milk and changed his diet. He incorporated a protein and fibre shake into his diet also. This worked almost instantly and he felt much better. If he integrates too much wheat in his diet he becomes aware that his digestion needs further support and work. […]

April 29th, 2013|My Blog|0 Comments

Raw Chocolate Brownies

These raw chocolate brownies are just as sticky, chewy and delicious as the real thing, except these are guilt free (well almost). Best of all they only take around 10 minutes to make – what are you waiting for? Ingredients 1 ½ cups of walnuts 8 pitted medjool dates 1/3 cup of cacao or carob [...]

April 24th, 2013|Healthy Snacks, Recipes|0 Comments

Raw Pesto Pasta

This tastes like pesto pasta, honest! Ingredients For the Pasta 2 courgettes For the Pesto ¼  cup pumpkin seeds ¼ cup of pine nuts ½  cup olive oil 2 Tbsp lemon 2 cups lightly packed basil 1 clove garlic, minced 1 tsp salt Equipment Spiraliser or vegetable peeler Food processor Directions For the Pasta Spiralise [...]

April 24th, 2013|Recipes|0 Comments

What is Kinesiology?

So what is Kinesiology? It is a good question. And we, as practitioners, get asked that question a lot especially as it’s relatively unknown in this country. Kinesiology literally translated means ‘the study or science of movement’. There are a few different types of Kinesiology out there just to make things nice and confusing – Systematic Kinesiology, Applied Kinesiology and Three in One Kinesiology to name a few. We specialise in Systematic Kinesiology which was born out of the work of Dr George Goodheart in the 1960’s who originally developed Applied Kinesiology. […]

April 24th, 2013|My Blog|0 Comments

High Cholesterol / High Blood Pressure and Kinesiology

Here is a case of a woman with high cholesterol / high blood pressure and how we used Kinesiology to support her. How many sessions: 4 over a 5 month period What we did in the clinic: I worked on rebalancing her endocrine and blood chemistry using various Kinesiology techniques. I also used therapeutic grade magnets for blood pressure rebalancing.  After 3 months her cholesterol had dropped considerably and BP had normalized. I also worked on balancing her liver meridian and we explored relevant emotions. What she/did at home: added gentle exercise into her lifestyle by swimming twice a week, she increased fat soluble fibre in her diet. […]

April 17th, 2013|My Blog|0 Comments

Raw Tomato Soup

Ingredients 2 large tomatoes (carb) 1 desert spoon sun dried tomatoes (fat) Handful basil, coriander or parsley (whichever is your favourite) Pinch of Himalayan pink salt 2 soaked dates (carb) Pinch of cumin Handful of cashews (fat) A mugful of water Blend all the above in a powerful food blender - add more water if it [...]

April 12th, 2013|PFC Protein Fats Carbs, Recipes|0 Comments

The Cuddle Drink

This is such a tasty warming drink. Get a big mug to put in for maximum cuddling. Ingredients Almond Milk Vanilla Pod Raw Agave Nectar or Honey Cinnamon or Nutmeg Warm some almond milk and a vanilla pod in a pan with a Add in either raw agave nectar or raw honey once temp has [...]

April 12th, 2013|Drinks, Recipes|0 Comments

Raw Kale Chips

Crunch away at these delicious posh crisp alternatives guilt free! Ingredients 1 bag of kale well washed (carb) 1.5 cups cashews (fat) Juice of half lemon (carb) Large pinch Himalayan salt Desert spoon of nutritional yeast In a food processor mix the yeast, salt, lemon juice and cashews until it makes a paste - add a [...]

April 12th, 2013|Healthy Snacks, Recipes|0 Comments

Menstrually Yours – Women Can Map Periods as a Path to Self-Awareness

summer is coming and I shall be busy! I have become obsessed with my menstrual cycle. Not just in that usual way where we log the dates in our diary and maybe check the consistency (which lets be honest is enough). I mean totally, deeply and utterly engrossed in it. Clearly my interest was piqued a year ago when I wrote about difficult periods but this interest has deepened to become a way of really identifying with myself. […]

April 4th, 2013|My Blog|0 Comments