My ideal client is one who wants to make changes in their life as it's clearly not working particularly well at the moment! They know the importance of personal support in order to be able to make these changes.
They may not know much about a complementary approach to health when they first come to see me, but are very keen to try Kinesiology... even if it IS a little different to what they've experienced in the past.
They're open to experiencing the amazingly accurate muscle testing technique (though it may seem somewhat bizarre at first), and embrace the suggested changes with an open mind and with enthusiasm.
My ideal client knows they are encouraged to ask me any questions, at any time, knowing I will be there to help! This allows them to feel supported and confident about what changes to expect and whether things are progressing as they should.
- taking the time to discuss the recommendations I write down for them during the consultation
- fully reading the follow up email that I send after the session
- making contact with me if they have any questions later
- going on to my website to read supporting information
I started my studies for my Diploma in Classical Kinesiology in 1997. As students we practised and practised on many people, as a variety of varied muscle reactions are found when testing different people.
Due to the food intolerances (and probably other causes) there will most likely be a resulting inflammation of the gut, and other parts of the digestive tract. This needs to be addressed as soon as possible.
If probiotics, and other supplements for gut inflammation, are needed these are tested individually. Not only can the body be put under more stress but money can be wasted if the wrong supplement is taken..
Along with this I have a little prompt system that reminds us all (me included) that, in order to achieve any changes in life, we need to 'Live Above the Line’. Taking Ownership, Accountability, Responsibility and to Smile!
If we find ourselves Blaming other people, making Excuses, or living in Denial we will always feel ‘out of control’ because it will appear to us that it’s always ‘someone else’s fault’ and we probably know by now that we can’t change other people.
If you are interested to learn more about muscle testing, I run workshops to introduce this skill. You will develop an understanding of the basics at the workshop and then you can go and practise this new technique with family and friends, until you refine the technique.
(Please don't think this is a skill that you can use yourself after attending a session. It is NOT a party trick. It takes time and a lot of practise to develop the skills needed to use this assessment technique.)