Health Professionals, enhance your current practice with Storyline Kinesiology

Health Professionals, enhance your current practice with Storyline Kinesiology

Posted on behalf of Federation of Holistic Therapists (FHT) NW London Local Group Meeting Coordinator

Are you a Psychotherapist, Hypnotherapist or any other Health Professional?


Or are you simply interested in health and wellbeing for yourself and your family?


If you’re already a practicing Kinesiologist, Storyline Kinesiology may open up practical and simple ways to work in the emotional field.


About Storyline Kinesiology:


Storyline Kinesiology is called such since it can be seen that all of life is a series of stories linked through time and is only slightly exaggerated in the dramas of Shakesphere and the stories of Charles Dickins. 


It can also be seen through myths and legends of all places and times. For example in King Arthur's tales, the Mahabharata in India and the Thousand and One Nights in Baghdad. 


Practically, Kinesiology is a muscle feedback system.


Muscle feedback can give a lot of information about the person and their problems.


Muscle testing is sensitive to many things including time and emotion.


Muscle feedback is not at first directed towards the details of the problem but is instead focused on:



  1. when the problem started

  2. who it was with

  3. what was happening at that time

  4. the emotions which are felt within that story.


Those not familiar with muscle monitoring can come and find out how to enhance their current practice with these simple questions using empathy, listening skills and going into the story with the person seeking help.


We look forward to meeting you later this month.








 




 

When
26 Oct 2019 at 2:30pm
until 26 Oct 2019 at 4:30pm
Where
Cedars Youth & Community Centre
Chicheley Road
London
HA3 6QH

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