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MAKE THIS: COCO-NUTTY BROWNIE

MAKE THIS: COCO-NUTTY BROWNIE

Posted November 28, 2012

So, I was getting a little sick of bliss balls… but I wanted something for those sweet-tooth moments or a little something easy I could snack on for a little extra energy. I played around with the bliss ball recipe and a few others I saw online and the end results was this: A dense, super-chocolatey, coconut infused nut brownie. Delicious! No added sugar. Gluten, dairy + yeast free. Here’s what you’ll need: 1 tbls tahini 3 dates (pre-soaked to rehydrate) 2 tbls of the date juice (from soaking) 1 cup of mixed activated nuts 1/2 cup of coconut flakes 3 tbls cold-pressed organic coconut oil (melted) 3 heaped tbls of cacao Cinnamon to taste What to do: Blend the nuts, dates, date juice and oil first until a nice. One by one add in the cacao, then the coconut flakes (use only 1/4), tahini and cinnamon. You should have a thick consistency that can easily be formed into a firm shape. Add in anything else you want – get fancy if you like (I sometimes add in goji berries, maca or spirulina). Take the rest of the coconut flakes and whizz in the blender until really fine (you might need to clean the blender first) and then sprinkle onto baking paper lining a low tupperware container or dish. Press the mixture into the container/ dish lined and sprinkle on some more coconut flakes and cinnamon. Voila! Enjoy with coconut cream + berries as a dessert. Have as a breakfast on-to-go brownie or afternoon snack with some chai tea. YUM. Saha to you and enjoy! Cx Read more

MY EXPERIMENT IN SURRENDER PT5 – REIKI

MY EXPERIMENT IN SURRENDER PT5 – REIKI

Posted November 22, 2012

This is the final installment of this series, The Surrender Experiment. If you’ve missed the other posts you can find them all here: Part 1 Part 2 Part3 Part 4 I’ve blogged about Reiki some time ago, but my experience with it this time has been very different. Before I go any further, let me explain what it is and what the benefits are. The word, Reiki means universal life force – energy. It’s the life force that is within us and around us. You can rationalise your way around it – rejecting it because you can’t see it. But if you are open to it, you can certainly feel it. My Reiki teacher, Franziska Mayr is the best person to shed more light on Reiki, or Energy Healing. Can you explain what Reiki is? The origin of Reiki can be traced back to ancient Tibet, thousands of years ago. This technique was rediscovered in the late 1800?s – early 1900?s by Dr. Mikao Usui of Japan. The tradition of Reiki was an oral one, and was passed on by master to master and student to student by word of mouth. Reiki means ‘Universal Life Force’ and and promotes the body’s self-healing ability by removing energy blockages and raising the vibrational frequency in and around the body. It creates inner peace and heals physical, emotional, mental and spiritual imbalances. What do you recommend Reiki for? Reiki generates deep relaxation, releases stress and tension, eliminates built-up toxins, reduces blood pressure, strengthens the immune system and adjusts the energy flow of the endocrine system. It also increases energy levels, vitality and postpones the aging process. During times of emotional distress and sorrow Reiki offers great relief and assists in the grieving process. Reiki is very helpful in coping with anxiety, depression and the breaking of addictions. It improves self-esteem and aids better sleep. Reiki relieves pain, helps with acute (injuries) and chronic problems (asthma, eczema, headaches, etc.) and speeds up the recovery from surgery or long-term illness. As it tends to reduce side-effects, it helps in adjusting to medicine/treatment like Chemo-therapy and Radio-therapy. What are you, as a practitioner, trying to achieve for your clients? My goal is to help my clients lead fulfilling and inspired lives by tapping into their full potential. My aim is to support my clients through their transformation, facilitate healing and also guide them in opening their hearts and finding their life purpose. From a personal perspective, the best word to describe to you what Reiki feels like is pure, deep relaxation. My last two sessions of Reiki would literally put me into a sleep-like (but not asleep) state within 2-3 minutes of Franziska beginning the session. Almost instantly. And I would be so deeply relaxed that apparently I would snore (just a little!) I remember being vaguely aware of her presence moving about my body. I would sometimes feel a deep vibration within my body, or a heavy sensation where I would believe her hands were (often they weren’t!) or sometimes my body would violently twitch. In the earlier sessions Franziska remarked how difficult it was for her to locate my throat chakra – which was fascinating considering in my work (health coaching and teaching yoga) I would use my voice all the time and this was where I was feeling very vulnerable. Or there would be a very powerful throbbing sensation near my solar plexus region.As Franziska puts it “your solar plexus was pumping like a night club!” Eventually my body would start to send clear messages to Franziska when I had enough. She would tell me that I was incredibly sensitive and open to Reiki energy and when I was done my body/energy would start to close off. This meant she knew exactly when to stop – it would sometimes be an obvious signal such as fidgeting, or my feet would get very hot or uncontrollable sighing. In that moment I would be present of my surroundings, my thoughts would kick back in and I would feel restless. Once the session was over it’d take me a few minutes to come back into the space before I would feel chatty and energised. My experiment with Reiki did wonders. I found myself to be be lighter, I felt floaty! Free of heavy thoughts, in better health and in better spirits generally. I felt balanced. By the final session Franziska said that each chakra felt completely balanced and healthy. Reiki is something I will keep coming back to over and over. I don’t need it every week, but I find I need a group of sessions every few months – a little spiritual energy servicing! My journey in surrender was challenging but mostly AMAZING. In fact, I almost long for the time to do it all again. I do not wish away my injuries for one moment because I have learnt so much but also been forced to connect in with the various layers of myself – and focus my attention away from the body, the physical. Something we don’t do often, right? It’s nice to know there is more to me than my body and what it can or can’t do. If anyone is interested in trying Reiki, PLEASE see Franziska, she is AMAZING. (Not to mention her meditation classes at Yoga Village). You can find her through her facebook page Mind Over Matter. Shoot her a message. Read more

MY INDIAN JOURNEY

MY INDIAN JOURNEY

Posted November 20, 2012

It’s time. I have been called. Do you know what I mean? Sometimes there are things in your life that you’ve always wanted to do, but you don’t pursue them because you know as some point it’ll just happen, something will call you. Well, that has happened. As you read this I’m packing my rucksack for a trip to South India where I will be spending a month training and practising with two senior Ashtanga teachers. Excited. Nervous. Anxious. Thrilled. Numb. Calm I’m not quite sure what to expect, but at the same time I’m cool with that. I don’t want to have any preconceived ideas about what my experience will entail. For the first time in a long time I’m being a little ‘loose’ with my plans. Based in Goa I might decide to stay there and just enjoying soaking up the atmosphere, or the traveler in me might decide it’s time to explore. Time will tell. So, because of that looseness I’m not making any promises to this blog either. I’ve written a few posts that you’ll see go live whilst I am away. However I’m sure I’ll inspired to blog some of the insights and experiences I have. Despite the lack of promises do now that I am HUGELY grateful to each and every one of you that reads this blog and connects in some way. It’s why I do what I do. The connection. And that’s why I am going to India… to connect to something I am passionate about (yoga, meditation, spirituality, wellness, love) even more and to take the time out of a busy year to practice some self-love by letting go! Stay tuned, I’ll be posting ad-hoc and I’m sure there will be some interesting things to report back. Wishing you love + light and saha to you! Cx Read more

EAT THIS: CHIA COCONUT + MANGO PUDDING

EAT THIS: CHIA COCONUT + MANGO PUDDING

Posted November 19, 2012

It’s summer, oh yeah! Hands up who wants something chilled, nourishing and stupidly easy to make? I know I do. How about a chilled chia pudding? Rather than rehash old information here’s a previous blog post I did on why Chia seeds are so good for you. Oh and it includes a bliss ball recipe too – bonus! Now, it took me a while to progress from basic chia user (adding to my smoothies) to a full-blown chia fan – mostly I was just lazy to try yet another thing. But I am SO glad that I eventually took the leap because as I sit here munching on this pudding all I can think is “chia, I love you”. So, enough from me and onto the recipe! What you’ll need: 2 tbls chia seeds 3 dates 1/2 cup coconut milk 1/4 cup activated nuts of your choice (I like walnuts, almonds, cashews – whatever I have) 1/2 of a mango cheek Cinnamon 2 tbls of finely ground coconut flakes or even the flesh 1 teaspoon coconut oil Water or coconut water – amount depends on consistency What to do: In a food processor/blender whiz up the dates, nuts, coconut oil, mango and cinnamon. Little by little add in the coconut milk and perhaps if it’s too think add in some water. Pour this runny liquid into a container and then mix in your chia seeds. You want the mixture to start to thicken up. Pop this into the fridge so the chia seeds can soak it all up. Overnight is best, or give it at least 30 minutes. When you are ready to eat then it sit out of the fridge for around 10 minutes to soften slightly. Serve with slices of mango and more cinnamon. If you liked that try some of these other recipes I posted a while back. Enjoy and saha to you! Claire x Read more

EXPERIMENT IN SURRENDER PT 4 – KA HUNA MASSAGE

EXPERIMENT IN SURRENDER PT 4 – KA HUNA MASSAGE

Posted November 12, 2012

Recently, despite making huge progress in my healing I felt my injuries (although very different to how they were before) play up a little.  As I was scanning through my body, trying to feel what it needed, Ka Huna massage popped into my mind. I immediately got in touch with the Sydney Ka Huna centre and booked in a session. My first experience of Ka Huna massage was a few years back at a yoga retreat and then again during my days in PR where I was researching ‘calming’ experiences for an event! Both experiences were incredibly different but powerful. One time I spent the majority of the massage sobbing. Yep, not just weeping or crying softly, but sobbing like a child from some deep place within. I spoke to Nemara, the founder of Ka Huna massage and a women very passionate about this modality. She was able to give me further insights into Ka Huna. So, what exactly is Ka Huna? First off, we all know the phrase, ‘The Big Ka-Huna’. Ka Huna in the Hawaiian culture references someone that is a master in whichever field – counselling, coaching, teaching, engineering, sales etc. It is someone that is able to impart MORE than just the necessary information and experience. Now, apply this to what Ka Huna means – Ka – The Light and Huna – Secrets. This basically means shedding light or wisdom. Or as the Sydney Ka Huna centre puts it: “the knowledge and wisdom that is beyond what we can see in our everyday lives”. Ka Huna is a massage technique that is truly holistic. With long-flowing movements that replicate the ocean, deep breathing techniques and hula dance movements, you won’t just be kneading and pummeled. You will be loved and you will feel true presence in mind, body and breath. What is it about? Well, the Ka Huna was designed to impart deeply loving and healing touch. It is as much about personal development and healing as it is about the physical massage. Different to other massage techniques, Ka Huna is a holistic healing modality working with the whole person and all their layers. Ka Huna taps into something called Aloha Energy or Love Energy. Which is the unconditional, infinite love that we all have within us – where we come from and what are all part of. The therapist is trained to come from a place of non-judgement, moving from their heart and embracing the beauty of each person. This allows them to connect on a ‘truth’ level and not just a physical plane. You’ll notice that the therapist seems energised at the end of the massage, not depleted or drained – that’s because they are tapping into that energy as you are too. To move even deeper into it, Ka Huna is threaded through universal principles that transcend time and culture. These are not ‘Hawaiian’ philosophies, they are just in Hawaiian words: KE (ee-kay) The world is what you think it is Be Aware KALA (kah-lah) There are no limits Be Free MAKIA (mah-kee-ah) Energy flows where attention goes Be Focused MANAWA (mah-nah-wah) Now is the moment of power Be Here ALOHA (ah-lo-hah) To love is to be happy (the joyful sharing of Love energy in the present) Be Happy MANA (mah-nah) All power comes from within Be Confident PONO (poh-noh) Effectiveness is the measure of truth Be Positive Follow this link to delve further into understanding these 7 principles of Ka Huna. What is involved in the massage? I was going to leave this part out, and hopefully just encourage you to try it for yourself. The less expectations you have the better.  But for the purpose of education I’m going to give you some detail. Be open-minded and let go of your pre-conceived ideas about massage before you read on! Depending on the practitioner you might start with a quick chat about how you are feeling physically/mentally and emotionally. You may pull a tarot card even or just have a few moments of silence on your own. Next, you will lie on your belly on an unclothed massage table, totally nude but covered by a sarong. Your therapist will quietly enter the room and may begin a deep breathing technique that sounds like the wind, ocean or a deep sigh. There might even be chanting. Next, whilst still covered the therapist will slowly warm your body up – stretch out your arms and legs so you are pretty much spread-eagled on the bed. The sarong will be folded up to cover your private parts below, but that’s it, you are essentially naked – this is such a lovely feeling; liberated, raw, vulnerable but safe and comfortable. The massage will involve long sweeping strokes that might move from your feet, up your legs, under your belly and over your shoulders. I describe this as a big, warm, oily hug. Your body will literally be lathered in oil as the therapist uses their elbows, arms, forearms, and hands to manipulate, soothe and caress you. It’s surprisingly strong but never painful. Eventually you’ll turn over and the process will continue on your front side. Often the therapists hands will come up underneath your spine to create a deep yet gentle back-bend which feels amazing or give you a thorough head massage. All the while still breathing deeply. Your torso might be stretched to hang over the sides of the massage bed whilst the therapist supports your body – massaging your belly, head, neck, face. You might sense (unless you open your eyes) that the therapist is performing dance movements around you – these are hula movements. To finish, you’ll be wrapped up with warmed blankets, heat packs and left to slowly come back to reality. I cannot actually describe this properly. However the key elements are to TRUST, LET GO, BREATH deeply and in harmony with your therapist and OPEN yourself up. It’s an incredibly intimate and very, very loving experience if you allow it to […] Read more

6 LIFE LESSONS FROM BALI

6 LIFE LESSONS FROM BALI

Posted November 02, 2012

So, as you might know I was recently in Bali. I had an amazing experience – attending a friend’s wedding, scooting around Seminyak, eating amazing food. But what really stands out for me was my trip up to Ubud. The spiritual centre of Bali, likened to a little India. We headed up to Ubud to experience something different from the tourist strips  – western hotel pools, beach clubs, sydney-priced shopping – and surprisingly the drive to and from Ubud was where I learnt the most about Bali. Having hired a driver to take me to Chokorda Rai (a local healer – more on that in another post) I didn’t expect that the driver, himself, would offer up so many nuggets of spiritual insight. Pearls of wisdom and if I may I’d like to share these with you today. His name was Putu. He was a gentle, kind and open souland clearly, as most Balinese do, sees the world in a different way to most of us. Here are a few life lessons from Putu and a few notes from myself. 1) Just go with the flow. If everything is heading in one direction, you have to decide if it makes sense to turn around and swim against the current. So, if going in that direction doesn’t make sense, first, step out of the way and take a moment to be still. Figure out what it is you want, where you want to go. Don’t just do an about face and head backwards. You’ll just end up fighting against the flow. 2) Balance is important. It’s everything. Every person has their place, their role and everything has a place, a role. Sticking to this creates harmony in the long term. We were talking about positions within the family and the ‘compound’ – the Balinese way of living – and Putu provided insight into the necessity of create balance within the family environment and within the roles. For example, the mother has a clearly defined role – to care for and raise the children and run the household. The father – the breadwinner, the decision maker. A very traditional structure, but Putu’s insight  was intriguing -“the father is tired from working, so if he gets too involved with the matters of the children he will rule them with anger and frustration. It’s better that the mother disciplines and raises the children because her approach is softer and will not damage the children”, 3) Read the eyes. Trust your instincts and respond to what you sense, not just what you see. Then you can follow the instructions after. I asked Putu how he avoids serious accidents in such crazy traffic (Bali has serious traffic jams!) He responded that he notices the street signs around him second to the eyes of his fellow drivers/riders. “Their eyes will tell you what they want and where they want to go. You can do this in any situation. Not just when driving” 4) Don’t be mad. Don’t be mad at the street. Why be mad at something that only just that morning you asked it to protect you and guide you. If I am mad at the street I am bringing bad luck to me. Again, talking traffic, I mentioned that road rage in Australia was much more apparent than Bali, despite how much worse their situation is. Putu, straight to the point, explained the Baliness belief in remaining calm in the face of frustation and testing times. A spiritual way of living with the knowledge that like attracts like. Your anger, in traffic or anywhere else, will only bring you more of the same. 5) We must always ask for a lucky day. It will bring us happiness and love. We were chatting about marriage, buying homes and more. Putu explained the Balinese culture of choosing an auspicious day from a local priest to ensure that luck was always on your side. It made me realise that we don’t tend to connect with anything higher than ourselves – because perhaps many of us don’t believe that everything is connected as the Balinese do. 6) Just relax. Don’t worry. This doesn’t help anything. After visiting a healer, which had me in tears, we were discussing my diagnosis over Lawak (coffee from the mongoose cat!) Apparently ‘worry’ coming up quite strong within my body. Putu very calmly told me – in the same tone as one would say “take the 372 to coogee’ – that worrying is pointless. Just let life happen, worrying isn’t life. It does nothing good. It’s an understatement to say that Putu had me thinking, alot. Some of his little pearls were so simple, things I had read/heard many times but it was in his delivery. This calm, matter-of-fact way that made me realise he wasn’t reciting some concept he understood intellectually, in theory. He was sharing his life practice. The Balinese way of living and being. I can’t wait to go back so I can explore this complex, yet simple culture even more. Have you been to Bali and experience the people and the culture? Did you learn anything that you still remember today? Saha to you, Claire Read more

MY EXPERIMENT IN SURRENDER PT3 – ACUPUNCTURE

MY EXPERIMENT IN SURRENDER PT3 – ACUPUNCTURE

Posted October 26, 2012

With a small hamstring strain, lower back injury, shoulder strain and trying to fight the lurgy that was flying around I was keen to try something… anything! I remembered my osteo had previously told me about this fantastic organisation – Experienced Community Acupuncture – who provide 1 hour treatments for $25 with experienced acupuncturists. Experienced Community Acupuncture (ECA) is passionate about making acupuncture accessible to the general public. And I think that is a noble thing to do. My dad used to suffer from severe back pain after spending hours, alone all day at work, lifting and carrying heavy boxes. Acupuncture was the only thing that made a difference for him – but the cost of it was often a boundary. ECA moves to different suburbs throughout the week making it even more accessible and at $25 a pop, what do you have to lose? Well, that’s what I thought… and I lost nothing. In fact, I gained an education into Chinese Medicine and it certainly helped to alleviate the pain in my body. The needles didn’t necessarily hurt as they were inserted but I was told that there were quite strong blockages in certain areas due to the intensity of the ‘ache’ I would feel during some of the sessions. Particularly with anything related to my back. I’m looking forward to going again to see if these have cleared. To bring to life acupuncture a little more Ray Ford from ECA has kindly answered a few questions which I hope will give you a clearer picture. What is acupuncture? The word acupuncture can be divided into two parts “acu” which means needle and puncture. Therefore acupuncture is the insertion of the tips of very fine sterile needles into the body at strategic sites. What is qi and meridian channels? Qi is the vital force that flows in the channels/meridians and enervates the body it is also translated as “vapor” suggesting an essence derived from food which supports, sustains and nourishes the body. The channels OR meridians are energetic pathways that flow in set patterns within the human organism. The Chinese have identified and mapped the meridians for at least two thousand years.  How do these affect our day to day lives? Qi travels in the 12 main channels and does one complete cycle every 24 hours. Each channel has a high energetic “tide” of 2 hours.When there are problems, blockages or deficiencies it will often show up in the body at the time appropriate to the channel or organ involved.It may also show up in the opposite 12 hour period.An example is that people with a Liver disharmony often wake up between 1-3 am which is the high point of the Liver energy.  Can you describe an acupuncture session An acupuncture session involves the practitioner listening to the patient, looking at signs such as complexion and asking about symptoms. The pulse is taken to assess disharmony and where it may be located, the tongue is observed to reveal the condition of the digestive and inner organs. The abdomen or other parts of the body may be palpated to check for restriction or tenderness.  After this, a diagnosis can be made and acupuncture points will be chosen that are known to balance the particular imbalance/pain/injury that is present. As acupuncture stimulates the body’s internal regulatory system, acupuncture points can stimulate a natural healing response without directly having to treat the site on an injury or imbalance. This is why points may be far away from the area involved in the injury /illness. Why the use of needles? What effect does this actually have. Needles are use because they are metal which have the effect of conducting the energy in the body, redirecting or unblocking it. Acupuncture has an advantage over manual systems that do not use needles in that with acupuncture we can combine several points at the same time. How can someone be sure that their practitioner is good? Practitioners must be a member of a recognized association that has standards of competency. The public are entitled to ask the practitioner about their experience and qualifications so they can make an informed decision. This may also be on their website if they have one, in other words look into a practitioners education,qualifications and experience. Acupuncture is an acquired skill taking years to refine. Reading the classics or pulse diagnosis take time, dedication and application to master. By application I mean having the experience of actually performing many thousands of treatments to gain experience, this cannot be fudged, there are no short cuts. Are there any risks? In the hands of competent experienced and well trained practitioners acupuncture is a very safe procedure. What are some of the results you have witnessed yourself? I have witnessed breech babies turning many times. Prolapsed lumbar discs which were said to need surgery have moved back into place after acupuncture verified with MRI. Completely healing debilitating migraine headaches in some patients some of whom had been suffering for more than 20 years Many cases of “infertility”  in women and men as diagnosed by western medicine have been “reversed” with acupuncture and resulted in numerous healthy children over the years. Immune system disorders and allergies helped significantly Debilitating neck, back, shoulder pain completely removed. What is the history of acupuncture? The History of Chinese Medicine in general goes back at least 4000 years and even as far back as the mythological Xia Dynasty. I think it is such as vast subject that cannot be answered in a question and answer format such as this. I think if I did that most of your readers would be asleep or in a deep trance. Some people have taken four years and obtained a PHD and only slightly answered this question so you can see its a very big topic. (I suggest a google search if you are keen to know more!) Learning how to surrender with needles in you was a task in itself, but long […] Read more

MY EXPERIMENT IN SURRENDER PT 2 – KINESIOLOGY

MY EXPERIMENT IN SURRENDER PT 2 – KINESIOLOGY

Posted October 19, 2012

So, during my little experiment in surrender I made sure I explored other modalities of healing – partly to give me something to put my energy into but also because I’d finally gotten serious about my healing. First stop, Kinesiology. Before I go any further, let me tell you that even I was a little unsure/cynical about kinesiology. But when you are in a session it’s hard to deny the clear messages your body is sending. By my second session I felt light, floaty even. Like a weight had been lifted from my shoulders. I have felt less anxious and stressed and my physical injuries have improved. I discovered some surprising, but profound things during my kinesiology sessiosn: On some deep level I didn’t believe in my own achievements nor did I feel proud of myself. Let me tell you – I should, I’ve worked hard and achieved alot. But still, I had this core belief inside of me that needed shifting. And shift it did. I was also sabotaging myself. Huh? Why, do we do this to ourselves. FEAR. Always, fear. And again, kinesiology has helped me accept and shift it too. So, let’s take a look at Kinesiology – even the word is weird. I was going to detail, blow-by-blow my experience, but instead I’ve asked a professional to help. Let’s face it, this one is very complex and deserves to be explained properly! I had my Kinesiologist, the lovely Kimberley Pipe, answer a few questions for you. Her explanations do it much better justice than what I would. __________________________________________________________________________________________ Can you explain what Kinesiology is in a way that everyone can understand? Kinesiology is a method using muscle feedback and body awareness that can clear blockages in your body and help to reduce stress and pain, improving performance in all areas of your life, promoting good health and well-being. Kinesiology uses the chi energy flow around the body, which flows through meridians.  Muscles are indicators for these meridians. Kinesiology works with this energy and taps into the body to allow it to heal itself. Our body has it’s own innate healing ability! Why do you believe in it – what have you witnessed during sessions? I have had Kinesiology sessions for 12 years and it has changed my life. Kinesiology really resonates with me because it deals with all aspects of our lives – emotional, physical and nutrition and the results I get never cease to amaze and inspire me. The reason I believe in Kinesiology is because I can see how the body reacts using different testing on different areas of the body – particularly when you are also thinking different things. Because I can also show the client this, there is something visible you can see and measure. I have had sessions with clients where they have completely transformed their lives.  I have one client who achieved everything she set out to do at her first session. I went to see her perform and she told me I had such a huge part in her success. What are the benefits of kinesiology? And who can benefit from it? The benefits of Kinesiology is that it can heal any aspect of your body and mind. Whether it is emotional, physical or biochemical (nutrition). Kinesiology can help you shift old patterns, which may be holding you back, to allow you to create the life you want to live, and achieve what it is you want to in life. Kinesiology is for any layperson. It is individual to the client’s problems, issues, blocks and life experiences. How did you become a kinesiologist and why? I first stumbled across Kinesiology in 2003, in my hometown of Auckland, New Zealand.  I thought that it was the most beneficial and effective modality I had experienced. Moving to the UK shortly after, I took the opportunity to really immerse myself in this healing art, and in so doing, discovered a valuable and effective tool for dealing with issues. Continuing in my personal development, and working closely with other Kinesiologists I realised that I, too, had a drive to help people achieve the most out of their life, by helping them to overcome obstacles and trauma. I have my Certificate IV and Diploma in Kinesiology and studied at the Australasian College of Kinesiology Mastery. Alot of people think it’s a bunch of voodoo how would you convince someone of the power of kinesiology? The role of the Kinesiologist is to act as the mediator when there is a breakdown in communication between the body and the mind. I would show them an example of muscle testing, which is evidence in itself and nothing beats an actual session. Anything else you want to add? Since I became a full time Kinesiologist I have not looked back. Every day I get to see the power of people and the amazing doors that Kinesiology helps open. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ So, what do you think? Are you intrigued by Kinesiology? Or have you already experienced amazing results? I would love to hear your thoughts and get a different perspective or learn from your experience. Saha to you, Claire x Read more

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