Irene McCabe

Irene McCabe

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Irene McCabe
Irene McCabe

The Systematic Art of Kinesiology

Kinesiology (Kin-easy-ology) is a healing modality that makes use of mu from the Greek work muscle testing to bring about swift, effective relief for a patients mental, emotional and physical health issues. The word Kinesiology comes from the Greek word Kinesis, meaning movement “Systematic Kinesiology” is a powerful system for treating the body holistically, taking into account each person’s unique circumstances.

Dr. George Goodheart was the first to formulate a recognised therapy around this practice during the late 1960s. He named this system “Applied Kinesiology”. Kinesiology was first introduced to Europe through the pioneering work of Brian Butler, who set up The Academy of Systematic Kinesiology in the UK in 1982, before going on to teach a course in Ireland in 1995.

By making use of muscle testing methodologies (muscle responses form the body’s own innate biofeedback tool), the practitioner can identify what is stressing the body. The skilled practitioner then can interpret their patient’s muscle responses and assess which corrections are needed (and in what order) to bring the person back to balance. Several procedures are used to identify imbalances. These imbalances may be nutritional, structural, emotional, or be rooted in our energy pathways. Therefore, the assessment may focus on more than one realm and more than likely treatment will be a combination all.”

Because of this unique whole person perspective, patients often find themselves entering treatment for one specific health issue (for example a back problem), but discovering that the key factor of their healing process lies in altering another area of their life, such as releasing a current or past emotion, or identifying a food sensitivity.

It uses both your left brain and right brain qualities!