Kinesiology….. What??

  Frequently I find myself in situations where I am asked “What do you do?” Conversations are easy when your work is something you love, however, as much as I love Kinesiology, explaining it is less than easy! If you asked anyone who has experienced Kinesiology what it actually is, you would never get the […]

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Just Breathe…

The next time you are feeling anxious, worried, overwhelmed or stressed, take note of your physical body. What is your posture doing? It is most likely that you are hunched over, shoulders raised, muscles held tight. Notice your breath. Are you breathing with shallow, quick breaths? Observe your facial expression. Are your jaw and tongue relaxed, […]

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Listen to Your Body

The recurrent theme arising within myself and my kinesiology clients this week, is around the need to listen. Listen: to give one’s attention to. Listening is not just about hearing words. Not at all. It involves hearing the messages you are also receiving in other forms. What has been at the forefront of information this […]

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Heart Care

Our hearts are truly amazing. Not only in a physical sense, but also in an emotional and vibrational value as well. At times, our hearts can feel like this, precariously balanced but supported, frozen in the fear of unknowns, or ready to melt Apart from the well espoused benefits of wholesome foods, exercise and a […]

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Your ‘Becoming’

As I read this I experienced a whirl of resonance. Yes indeed, it does take time to find your real self. Who we become is shaped by our experiences and our personal history, all developed on multiple levels; physical, emotional and spiritual. Reflecting back on my youth, I don’t remember giving much if any thought, to […]

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Your 4 Roomed House

There is a space in my home that is not often used. The door is always open, but I rarely acknowledge the room. Sometimes I glance in as I walk by and my heart clenches; it almost senses the loneliness, the loss, the sadness emanating from a once lived in and often used space. The […]

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