As a Kinesiologist, I am gifted with being witness to the very personal and private stories, thoughts, and emotions of those who come to see me. Tears are not uncommon during a kinesiology session, and rather than viewed as embarrassing, I regard them as a beautiful release. Why do we cry in a session? Often […]Read More Tears
Your very deepest identity is a ferocious force of love, yet many of us have absolutely no idea how to access this force. We mask it and cover it with layer upon layer of pain, doubt, self criticism and negativity. Ultimately, exposing your love force requires you to look within, to specifically acknowledge those pieces […]Read More Who Are You Truly?
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 […]Read More Kinesiology….. What??
Do you have a yearning to be something or someone more than you currently are? Not an envious dream to live the life of another, but a hunger to be a better version of yourself, to become your dream or to incorporate your passion into your life? If your answer is a resounding ‘yes’, what […]Read More Who do You Need to Be?
How do you react when events occur beyond your control? When something hits you with a ‘wham’ out of the blue, do you take it your stride or do you throw a hissy fit? Do you step up and take responsibility as required or do you seek to lay blame? As a Kinesiologist I have […]Read More What’s Your Behaviour?
What I have discovered in my time as a Kinesiologist, is that many of us impose a life sentence not only ourselves, but on others too, in the form of judgements made on past behaviours. Funnily enough, with the Full Moon last Monday signifying release, this theme has been ongoing the last week or so for […]Read More Lessons…