Adytum: Kinesiology
Adytum

Kinesiology

Kinesiology 

Our Kinesiologist uses muscle monitoring (biofeedback) to examine what may be causing imbalances in the body and works to relieve these imbalances via techniques such as acupressure, lymphatic massage, nutritional support, chakra balancing and counselling.


Meet your
practitioner

Kara Walkington

Kinesiologist

Diploma Kinesiology

Kara is a qualified Kinesiologist with a passion for how the human body connects with the emotional state, in a dynamic way.  Through Kinesiology, Kara enjoys observing and exploring how thoughts and emotions create chemical responses in the body, and conversely, chemical reactions giving rise to thoughts and emotions.

Kara holds a Diploma of Kinesiology from the Australian College of Complimentary Medicine and The Health Arts College (2014) and is registered through Australian Traditional Medicine Society. 

Kinesiology uses muscle biofeedback to explore imbalances that may be contributing to dis-ease in the body. Kinesiology aims to detect imbalances or ‘unresolved stress reactions’ related to physical, mental, emotional and spiritual stress. Kinesiology provides corrective techniques intended to help the body’s natural healing process.

Some of the techniques used include acupressure and lymphatic massage, nutritional support, flower essence remedies, chakra balancing and counselling. Muscle biofeedback will indicate the techniques best suited to your overall needs.

kinesiology@adytum.com.au

Sunday: 9am-4pm


FAQs

Kinesiology can facilitate change in all areas of your life and well-being. It can assist in working towards goals be it health and wellness, relationships, career, empowerment, and much more.

Kinesiology can be beneficial in the treatment of anxiety, pain, digestive discomfort, stress management, sleep problems, weight loss, PTSD, general well-being, to name a few areas.

The recommended frequency of treatments varies with an individual’s needs and wants. It is recommended to have a gap of 2-4 weeks between sessions to allow the body to adjust to changes.

Your body is made up of at least 70% water, and to ensure your nervous system is firing on all levels please drink adequate amounts of water before and after a session. 

Muscle biofeedback involves moving your limbs into positions that allow for select muscles to be in a contracted state. Please dress comfortably, and in non-restrictive clothing.

Following a kinesiology session it is not uncommon to experience physical, emotional or mental changes. Some examples of such changes are:

  • Heightened sensitivity and sensations in the body, such as feelings of expansiveness, lightness and relief.
  • Fluctuations in energy levels; rest, recuperation and sleep may be required.
  • Feelings of relief, release (tears) or extreme joy.
  • Increased dream activity that is vivid or changes in sleep patterns.
  • Increased activity in bodily functions.

These reactions are transient, lasting only a few days at the most. After they subside, you may experience a renewed sense of balance, energy and health. 

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