AK is based on the theory that an organ dysfunction is accompanied by a certain muscle weakness. Diseases can be diagnosed through muscle-testing procedures and then treated.
AK works on the theory that muscle strength is directly related to body health. A skilled professional can use various procedures using the muscles to detect diseases, organ dysfunction and other blocks and also determine the best treatment for the patient.
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Consultation sessions last up to 1.5 hours and cost R500 per session (there are discounts available for multiple sessions)
AK is based on principles of functional neurology, physiology, anatomy, biomechanics, and biochemistry as well as principles from Chinese medicine, acupressure, acupuncture, and massage. Developed from traditional kinesiology in 1964 by George G. Goodheart, a chiropractor from Detroit, Michigan, he observed that each large muscle relates to a body organ. A weakness in a muscle may mean that there is a problem in the associated organ. Goodheart found that by treating the muscle and making it strong again, he was able to improve the function of the organ as well. For example, if a particular nutritional supplement was given to a patient, and the muscle tested strong, it was the correct supplement for the patient. If the muscle remained weak, it was not. Other methods of treatment can be evaluated in a similar manner. Goodheart also found that painful nodules (small bumps) may be associated with a weak muscle. By deeply massaging the muscle, he was able to improve its strength. Goodheart's findings in 1964 led to the first method developed in AK.
Further diagnostic and therapeutic procedures were developed for various reflexes described by other chiropractors and doctors. Goodheart incorporated acupuncture meridian therapy into AK after reading the writings of Felix Mann, M.D. Goodheart considered AK to be a therapeutic tool that incorporates feedback from the body. He said that "applied kinesiology is based on the fact that the body language never lies." His theory was that the body's muscles were indicators of disharmony. Once muscle weakness has been ascertained, the problem may be solved in a variety of ways. If a practitioner approaches the problem correctly, making the proper and adequate diagnosis and treatment, the outcome is satisfactory both to the doctor and to the patient.
What is it?
AK uses your body's intelligence to ascertain core beliefs, events, memories and other core issues including the time period or age you took these on. These are found via muscle testing and released through a technique of EFT.
How does it work?
Everyone is an individual and respond to different stimuli in different ways. Although there are general rules that a great deal of research has identified as to specific treatments for general conditions, individuals may respond differently, i.e have allergies, require smaller or larger doses or in some cases a specific treatment may not be right for them. Your body knows what it needs, muscle testing is a language it can communicate what is good or true for it and what is bad or not true for it. Once the answers are discovered, blocks can be released via a form of EFT and the energy rebalanced. Accurate balances of current medication or supplements can be established, although it is advised to make any changes with consultation with your doctor.
Who can use it?
Anyone who is willing to be healed or wants answers to challenges or blocks in their life.