Crawley, West Sussex
Kinesiology is a form of Functional Medicine, it is concerned with encouraging optimal function of the body and its systems, including cardiovascular, respiratory, digestion, endocrine, nervous, lymphatic, reproductive, renal and skeletal. Kinesiology focuses on how each system is functioning individually and how they are working together. This is done through testing different muscle circuits by checking specific movement which indicates how that neurological circuit fires or whether it is interrupted. Although it is often thought of as muscle testing it is essentially working on our neurological pathways and their biofeedback mechanism.
The most crucial element of Kinesiology is detecting the root cause of any given health concern and addressing that. We can find out why a particular circuit is interrupted, and what it needs to redress this imbalance. This is done using a range of techniques which may include nutritional aspects, (food sensitivity testing and deficiencies) emotional techniques, (EMDR) structural work, lymphatic techniques, neurovascular techniques and acupressure. Results can be profound, lasting and fast. It can sometimes surprise us but when we reveal the layers behind the symptoms and as we support the body with what it needs, the healing takes place like a cascade of dominoes.
Our bodies are masters at finding homeostasis, redressing imbalances. But when there is a sustained imbalance, whether it is prolonged illness, stress, dietary concerns, trauma, accident, then the body starts to compensate for this in other ways. Over time this compensation becomes a pathological change and symptoms begin presenting themselves.
Due to its wide range of techniques and depth of detection, it is able to identify cause and origin of symptoms, which can profoundly impact a vast range of conditions or health concerns including;
Muscle ache and pains
Some learning conditions
And so much more
Kinesiology is a form of muscle testing that aids in restoring the correct function of your internal system
MEET YOUR THERAPIST
Darren trained and completed his foundation training, becoming a Kinesiologist in August 2017 and has then gone on to complete his practitioner’s training in Applied Systematic Kinesiology. This system uses gentle but effective muscle tests, that ask the body questions ie: Where is the pain coming from? Why do you have this uncomfortable feeling? What nutrition are you lacking and where do you need it?
Darren loves seeing how kinesiology can help people get their lives back on track, living the life they want and deserve. The body is an amazing healer, however, sometimes it needs a gentle nudge in the right direction, and using Applied Kinesiology (AK) techniques this can be achieved.
Outside of his kinesiologist work, Darren likes to keep fit going to the gym, dancing, playing golf and spending time at home with his partner, family and friends