What Should I Expect After A Kinesiology Session?
Here we explore the various symptoms that you may experience after a Kinesiology session.
Kinesiology is a holistic, complimentary therapy and can work alongside other physical treatments. The goal of a session is to balance the body so that it can heal itself through pressure points, counselling, the energetic systems the body and dietary changes (read more about how kinesiology works here).
Most clients will feel the benefits of kinesiology as being relaxed and calm with increased feelings of happiness, motivation or clarity. However, as the changes happen on many levels this can sometimes cause a person to feel worse after a kinesiology treatment.
Here we look at the symptoms and after effects you may experience:
1. Emotional Upsets
At it’s core, kinesiology works with the emotional imbalances of an individual. A session helps to release these emotions, bringing a sudden change in a persons thinking pattern and this can result in an uncomfortable feeling for a few days, while the person adjusts to a new way of thinking and feeling.
For example, a person can experience a few ‘aha’ moments and depending on what these ‘aha’ moments are, some of these may feel slightly unsettling. If the person is experiencing deep emotional shifts, a kinesiologist may recommend weekly or fortnightly sessions for a set period of time.
2. Passing Large Amounts Of Urine
Clients may have a sudden urge to urinate during a session and quite often this can occur for the following few days. This is the body’s way of releasing what has been held on to for so long.
3. Headaches After A Session
This can be the result of releasing negative thought patterns and it may take the mind some time to readjust. Headaches after kinesiology can also be a result of someone ‘blocking’ the healing (in this instance there would be further work needed into why the person is self-sabotaging).
4. Feeling Tired
As a Kinesiologist is helping the body to bring about balance, there may be an adjustment period where the mind, body and energy systems heal. This can sometimes result in feelings of tiredness as the person adjusts to a more balanced system.
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5. Disturbing Dreams
Treatment can bring up quite a few emotions and memories and some of these may be processed during the days that follow a session. Dreams are a way of the mind making sense of what has happened in our daily lives and this would include what came up in a session.
6. Feelings Of Relief & Lightness In The Body
Releasing old emotions can be a huge relief to the body. Taking the ‘weight of your shoulders’ can suddenly make you feel lighter and more buoyant. People feel that they are no longer tied down to the emotional baggage they hold onto, resulting in a wonderfully liberating feeling.
7. Increase In Energy
Balancing the body, mind and energetic system can ‘free up’ stagnant and old energy leaving the person with more energy. Being in a constant state of imbalance can be extremely demanding on the body, it’s only natural that the body wants to be in balance.
8. Improved Focus & Concentration
Clearing out old emotions by releasing tension in the muscles, especially the neck and shoulder muscles, is like giving your brain a spring clean. You have cleaned out all the cob webs and can now think clearer without the ‘noise’ of the past.
9. Feeling ‘In’ Your Body
Some people have been stressed or anxious for so long that their energetic body has misaligned from their physical body. After a kinesiology session, when the energetic body is realigned with the physical body, the person can feel a sense of heaviness as they are now ‘back’ in their body. They are no longer a passenger, watching life from an outside point of view, but are now back in the driver’s seat, taking responsibility for their thoughts and actions.
I hope this has helped clarify some of the different experiences you may have after a session. You may experience some or none of these as each individual is different. But if any of these do last for longer than a few days, please contact your kinesiologist for further advice. Share your experiences and ask any questions below – I’d love to hear from you!
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