It began when I had crippling anxiety about teaching yoga. I could feel my heart racing, my body shaking and as much as I logically knew this isn’t a life-threatening situation (it’s yoga! haha) my body and my reactions were in such fear. Kinesiology led me to work out why my body was reacting like it was under threat.
I have been in the depths of despair after losing a parent. Running through stories of childhood wounds and feelings of lack of approval, kinesiology alone guided me to a place where those wounds are no longer here. I could think of them without any activation and furthermore, uphold sincere gratitude towards them. I can see with complete awareness why on a higher level they needed to happen, for my growth, and for my journey to become the person I am today. I like and love the person I am today and that has definitely not always been the case. Everyone deserves to like themselves and this is what I am so driven to achieve with my clients.
Kinesiology helped me through my marriage separation and the dynamic our family has is of genuine love and respect. I am all about team happiness for everyone however, that looks will differ and we shouldn’t be scared to allow that.