Jimmy Scott, Founder of Health Kinesiology visiting the UK

Introduction to Health Kinesiology for Everyone with the Founder of Health Kinesiology, Jimmy Scott, PhD in the UK – no training in Kinesiology needed
Discounted price of £85* per person (*£5 discount if booked with longer courses)
Monday 23rd March 2015 9am – 5pm Venue: The Firs, Ransom Wood Business Park, Southwell Road West, Mansfield, Notts NG21 0HJ www.ransomwood.co.uk
Jimmy Scott will give you an insight into his journey developing Health Kinesiology; an introduction to Health Kinesiology; as well as some everyday applications of Health Kinesiology. If you would like to find out more about Health Kinesiology & meet Jimmy Scott via YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQoECOnb1ho

Kinesiology (pronounced Kin-kneesy-ology) the definition of which evolved from the Greek word ‘kineses’ which means motion, is based on traditional Chinese medicine and other forms of kinesiology.
Health Kinesiology is a complementary therapy which looks to rebalance the body’s energy system. Quite simply it is the study of muscles and body movement. This system monitors muscle movement in order to determine the information that will allow the therapist to identify a course of action to encourage well-being.
Each session may differ as the work is tailored to your own BioEnergetic wisdom. Health Kinesiology may help the body to gain BioEnergetic balance and a sense of well-being.  No two sessions are identical, even for clients who display the same aspects, this is because each client is an individual and needs to be approached as such in order to bring the body back to it’s sense of balance.
The holistic approach of addressing energetic imbalances on many levels make Health Kinesiology a powerful system.

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