Kinesiologie, die Lehre der Bewegung im Ayurveda Resort MandiraKinesiologie, die Lehre der Bewegung im Ayurveda Resort Mandira

Kinesiology – the non-invasive energy therapy

Release blockages and create wellbeing

‘Health is the harmony of in and outside.’
Dr Ebo Rau

Kinesiology is a non-invasive, holistic therapy that deals with stress and imbalance in the energy system. The therapy’s essential principles are derived from Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), chiropractic therapy and the findings of scientific research into stress and the brain. Kinesiology’s treatment methods are based on the idea that all our experiences are stored in the memories of the nervous system and our cells. The human body functions holistically – body, mind and spirit are inextricably connected, affecting and influencing each other. If we feel pain or suffer from physical or psychological complaints, it is because blockages have formed that interrupt the flow of energy in our system. However, our life energy needs to flow freely to ensure the body’s long-term health and wellbeing.

How does kinesiology work?

With the help of muscle-testing techniques, the kinesiologist engages in a dialogue with the body, to gain insight into its condition. A kinesiology muscle test provides information about the body’s stressors. As the therapist observes how the body reacts to certain stimuli, they are able to identify the location of blockages and decide the appropriate treatment method for energetic balance.

Kinesiology triggers the body’s self-healing capacity, thereby helping us to become more self-aware, find new pathways and integrate changes into everyday life, whatever our age, gender or state of health.

How does kinesiology work?

With the help of muscle-testing techniques, the kinesiologist engages in a dialogue with the body, to gain insight into its condition. A kinesiology muscle test provides information about the body’s stressors. As the therapist observes how the body reacts to certain stimuli, they are able to identify the location of blockages and decide the appropriate treatment method for energetic balance.

Kinesiology triggers the body’s self-healing capacity, thereby helping us to become more self-aware, find new pathways and integrate changes into everyday life, whatever our age, gender or state of health.

The benefits of kinesiology

Kinesiology is highly supportive in the treatment of a wide range of ailments, as well as providing balance during particularly stressful periods in life. Kinesiology can be applied in the treatment of all kinds of stress and blockages, be they of a physical or psychological nature.

For example:

  • Stress

  • Migraines
  • Scarring
  • Anxiety and sleep disorders
  • Racing thoughts
  • Trauma
  • As a preventive measure
  • Fatigue
  • Emotional stress
  • Mental conflicts and blockages
  • Addiction
  • Issues with concentration and learning
  • Self-development
  • Pain
  • Structural disorders of the musculoskeletal system
  • Back pain
  • And much more

The effects of kinesiology?

  • Triggers the body’s self-healing capacity and promotes good health
  • Improves general wellbeing and thus quality of life
  • Helps to improve performance and concentration
  • Supports decision-making processes
  • Promotes self-confidence and strengthens the heart centre
  • And much more

The effects of kinesiology?

  • Triggers the body’s self-healing capacity and promotes good health
  • Improves general wellbeing and thus quality of life
  • Helps to improve performance and concentration
  • Supports decision-making processes
  • Promotes self-confidence and strengthens the heart centre
  • And much more

Kinesiology