Helping learning difficulties with Kinesiology

Kinesiology helps people with learning difficulties

Kinesiology is one of those complementary therapies that is able to bring relief to a wide number of conditions. A Professional Kinesiology Practitioner is able to do this as we are not treating the illness or problem, but balancing the energy in a client’s body so that they are able to achieve what they want to. For example, if someone has difficulty with breathing (asthma) then during a balance we are not focusing on the asthma, but on what they would be doing if they were free from the problem – i.e. cycle for two hours whilst breathing comfortably. Another example might be where a person finds writing or reading challenging (dyslexia), and then we would focus the session on that person being able to write clearly or read aloud without hesitation. There are many examples.

Treating dyslexia and ADHD with Kinesiology

I would like to base this article on learning difficulties. This might be dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD, coordination problems, in fact anything that blocks an individual’s ability to learn conventionally. There are an infinite number of reasons why a person -young or old- might experience such problems. They may have experienced a birth trauma such as forceps delivery or caesarean section, reacted badly to immunization injections, had a less than pleasant experience whilst learning to read or write, parents may have divorced, a grandparent died, nutritional stress……..the list is endless. Basically, any unresolved traumas or stresses, whether physical or emotional, can result in neurological disorganisation.

The wonderful thing is that kinesiology works because we are able to get to the root of the problem, discover where the energetic blocks are and how to correct them. If you imagine the energy flows in the body to be rather like the wiring system in a block of flats for example, then if the wiring is not directed to the right areas or a wire is cut or has overheated and melted, then energy is not able to reach the designated destination. The body is rather more complex, but the principle is the same. The brain might receive a particular message such as words on a board and for some reason the correct message is unable to be transferred to the person’s hand to be reproduced on paper. .

As a result of any learning difficulty, each person/child will react in a unique way. Some will become angry, others withdrawn, feel anxious, inferior or stupid, they might switch off to learning, become disruptive and uncooperative, get frustrated, lose confidence…………I could go on. This can eventually manifest in the physical body. Again each one is individual but the stress for someone with a learning disability being in a classroom or going to school might result in such things as stomach pains, eczema, asthma, food allergies, hay fever, eye twitching, stammering, loss of bladder control, nervousness or inability to sleep.

Kinesiology encourages and helps people with learning difficulties

Professional Kinesiology Practitioners have a wide variety of non invasive techniques available to use so that the blocks to learning or healing can be released allowing the body’s energies to reach the areas that they need to. Some of the techniques I use include acupressure, postural or emotional stress release, light, colour and flower remedies, This will have long lasting effects as we also find the emotional component involved and it is possible to teach people techniques that they can use themselves to reinforce their energetic pathways should they reach new challenges in the future. The role of a Kinesiologist is to encourage self responsibility so that you can be the best that you can be and therefore achieve greater satisfaction from life.

Article submitted by
Katie Rossi certPKP. MBRCP.
Kinesiology, Ilford Essex

Date published
08/10/08


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