Our autumn issue is out now. Kinesiologist Emma Henry tells us a little about her work and her upcoming courses. Dive on in to find out more…
Our summer issue is out now. We chat all things Kinesiology with Siobhan Guthrie, principal
of KinesiologyZone, and graduates Pam McMinn and Roberta Branagan. Dive on in to find out more!
Alignment in Wicklow: Help on the Road to Healing
Ria Cusack is an amazing kinesiologist, postural alignment specialist and fitness practitioner, based in Greystones, Co. Wicklow. We were honoured to feature her in our recent Winter 2019/20 magazine! Read on to learn all about her work.
Practical Health Transformation: The Art of Kinesiology
If you’ve ever been curious about the healing practice of kinesiology, one good place to start learning about it is this interview with seasoned practitioner Siobhán Guthrie, which was featured in our Autumn 2019 issue. She had plenty of wisdom to share!
We are keen to get the healing community nice and connected, hence this post, so here’s an announcement for a lovely space in fitzwilliam sq for one of you out there:
Therapist required to share a beautiful treatment room 2 days per week in the heart of Fitzwilliam Square. Recently refurbished to high spec and great location, close to many businesses and has on-street parking. The building has a manned reception Mon-Fri 9-5pm and Wifi. Ideally suited to existing/established self-employed Naturopath, Kinesiologist, Nutritionist, Talking therapies or similar We have strong ethos in existing practice: Organic products, fair trade, and therapies of holistic nature. The person must have good work ethic and holistic background to complement existing established business already in place. We will actively promote both practices on social media, press and surrounding local business.
For further information, please contact Tara at 087 4140718.
Touch for Health by Kinesiologist & Acupuncturist, Anja Ottenheim
Kinesiologist, Acupuncturist, Touch for Health Instructor By Anja Ottenheim
A touching tale of healing
For me, the human body is so well designed that it also has a warning system, just like a flashing light in a car. For instance, how sadness can be seen reflected in one’s posture, and how fear can translate into lower back pain. Or when I have a headache after eating cheese, this could tell me that I have sensitivity to dairy. Energy pathways in my body can link a pain in the back of my knee to my gallbladder.
Coming from a healthcare background where it was only possible to treat the physical ailments without looking at the complete picture, I felt that there was something missing. There should be a tool that is able to help the body’s balancing ability. I found this tool to be Touch for Health.
With the use of muscle testing, I can evaluate many aspects of a person’s health and lifestyle, and discover the hidden causes of many problems. Also, they don’t have to wait for results; most of the time, they feel them immediately.
The most beautiful thing about Touch for Health is that everybody can learn it. I use it as a first aid in my family home.
After practicing and teaching Touch for Health for many years, I am still amazed and excited to see the wonderful results in changing people’s lives.