Why de-stress a topic? What changes in our system when a topic is set stress-free? Imagine a client is an enthusiastic mountaineer but has stress at height. If the kinesiologist finds the cause with the help of the muscle test and relieves the stress on it, the following has happened.

  • The mountain remains as high as before the stress relief.
  • The client still has to climb the mountain on his own.
  • But by relieving stress, the field of action has expanded and makes it possible to re-evaluate the challenges.

In a kinesiological session, such a case can be as follows:
The topic is “Stress at height”. The kinesiologist uses the muscle test to take the client to the age of the cause of the topic. “Seven years,” says the body (muscle test). In our example, the client remembers that she always spent the summer holidays with her grandparents and helped with the apple harvest. She climbed trees to pick the apples that her grandfather could not reach. The feedback the kinesiologist receives from the muscle test confirms that this event is related to the stress issue. But once the then seven-year-old client left her powers and she called out for her grandfather. When he finally reacted and rushed to help, he found his granddaughter sitting on a branch, crying. Still in the age of the cause, this topic is de-stressed. If the client is 100% stress-free (muscle test), the kinesiologist returns with her back to the present, here and now.

Everyone has to live their own lives and make their own decisions. No one can do the job for us. Kinesiology can serve as a decision aid. If people are largely free of stress on everyday life topics , it can help them to achieve their life goals in a more relaxed way – familially, professionally or personally.

Common areas of application for kinesiology:
personality development / self-awareness
family / partnership / relationship
stress management / relaxation
workplace / profession / colleagues
motivation clarification / performance optimization
school / studies / exams
learning guidance / learning promotion
Inner mindfulness / conflict management
counselling / orientation
human & animal