Health Road Show – Day Four & Five

Health Road Show – Day Four & Five

Are you keeping track of us? …. we are now en-route to Navan for our final FREE event we have huge numbers registering so we can’t wait to see everyone.
Day 4

We headed for beautiful Fermoy and had some fantastic pit stops along the way. This is course leaders Sheila and Liam’s home county and they were warmly welcomed by the crowd. The covered so many topics including adrenal stress, chronic pain and digestive issues. We had lots of questions and min treatments at the end.
Day 5

We headed for New Ross but we had to stop off in gorgeous Dungarvan, we got to run around on the beach and had a relaxing fun lunch before we reached the Brandon house hotel where they was a massive crowd gathering we had our biggest turn out to date and the atmosphere in the room was energetic, fun and inspiring.

We are in Navan tonight and we have some amazing prizes and gift bags for the first 20 people so come between 6.30/7. Still time to register www.Kinesiologyzone.com/roadshow

 

They say a picture is worth a thousand words so enjoy a short clip of our Health Road Show this week.

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Health Road Show – Day Three

Health Road Show – Day Three

 

 

We are having the wonderful time on the road show, the weather has being fantastic and we have managed to squeezein some visit to some beautiful spots around Ireland . 

We arrived in Sligo after a wonderful event in Donegal, we had a great crowd in Sligo and we were delighted to see some past students there. Caroline was able to give some demonstrations and really  connect with the people in the audience. We have had some great interest in running a Balanced Health course in Sligo.

In Tuam we had some many great questions and alot of people availed of a free mini treatment. Food testing was a hugely popular topic and with so many people suffering digestive issues we had some great advice for the room. The attendee’s also walked away with some delicious Blakes Organic Keifer  which helps heal leaky gut.

Rosaleen was busy on the radio yesterday in the southeast of the country. Rosaleen give Alan Corcoran the presenter a treatment hear how it all went on the recent podcast.

We will be in New Ross on 27th July at 7pm more details here – www.Kinesiologyzone.com/road

Each evening we have being having some wonderful presentations, and opportunities for attendee’s to experience a treatment, talk to local Course Leaders who will be running workshops and “Balanced Health” Courses this Autumn.

The topics we have covered include:

  • Muscle Testing Analysis
  • Our Client Centred Approach
  • Biochemic Individuality
  • How to Restore Harmony & Energise the body
  • Food Sensitivity Testing
  • Reduce Emotional Stress
  • Migraines and Chronic Pain
  • Gain Vital Skills
  • Learn about what you can do to protect your health and not become a statistic.

We keep on rolling all the way to Dun Laoghaire, we have the grand finale in Dun Laoghaire with a Taster event. You can still book a place – https://www.kinesiologyzone.com/kinesiology-taster-event/

Health Road Show – Day Two

Health Road Show – Day Two

 

Wow thanks Ballyboey Donegal…… we had a packed room and the energy was amazing. We want to thank all of you who came along and supported us I know it meant alot to our course leaders up there Mella and Claire.

If you didn’t get a chance to come along Mella and Clare are holding Taster Event in Donegal and Derry click the link for all the details. https://www.kinesiologyzone.com/kinesiology-taster-event/

Mella our course leader in Donegal had an opportunity to have Siobhan from the Donegal Now come in for a treatment last week and afterwards Siobhan wrote ”I felt that I was well and truly on the road to a recovery I hadn’t realised I needed”, I will let you read the rest on the fanatic results here in a link to the article. –https://www.donegalnow.com/features/kinesiology-unleashes-true-life-force-energy-find-health-roadshow/175691

We had lots people willing to be tested and here is Clare in action.
She covered a range of topics including bloating, food intolerances and digestive issues.

Thank so much for the positive feedback and the great hospitality we received in Donegal.

If you want to come along to New Ross or book our taster event in Dun Laoughaire visit www.Kinesiologyzone.com/roadshow 

Health Road Show – Day One

Health Road Show – Day One

Launch day and on the road!

A huge thanks to everyone who came out to the launch of our Health Road Show in Westport, thanks to those of you who sent your regards even though you were unable to make it!

The room was full and we truly had a fantastic day. We covered a range of topics from gut health, food testing, adrenal stress and lots more. The whole room tried ESR (Emotional Stress Release) This very simple technique is also very powerful and it’s something that you can easily learn to do for yourself and others.

We heard from Margaret and Sheila and they told us their inspiring stories about how Kinesiology has changed their lives and for those of you looking to attending Margaret’s Taster event on Monday 31st July in Westport here is the link to book – https://www.kinesiologyzone.com/kinesiology-taster-event/

Angela, our Claremorris Course Leader talked about psoriasis issues she had once suffered from since she was a child. This was an ailment she just thought she would have to live with, but changing her diet and balancing the digestive system has made her psoriasis free. She even did some food testing on a willing attendee to demonstrate how Kinesiology can help identify what stresses the system.

We also heard from Jarlath who is one of our main sponsors and he offered some great advice ”SWITCH OFF” ! Take an hour go for a walk without the phone even walk bare feet in the grass and just take some time to ground yourself. Everyone who registers and attends is in with a chance of attending one of Jarlath’s weekend retreats valued at €450 more information here – https://www.mayoadventureexperience.ie/

After a successful afternoon with lots of interest in our upcoming Taster events and Autumn Balanced Health Courses we headed off in our camper van to Donegal.

We have now arrived in beautiful BallyBofey and this is the view from our hotel room. We can’t wait to see everyone tonight in the Villa Rose House Hotel.

There is still time to register for Ballybofey tonight we will have lots of prizes on the night, gift bags for the first 20 people who shows up.

Register here for all our locations –

https://www.kinesiologyzone.com/roadshow/

We’re really looking forward to this. We’ll cover:

Muscle Testing Analysis
Our Client Centred Approach
Biochemic Individuality
How to Restore Harmony & Energise the body
Food Sensitivity Testing
Reduce Emotional Stress
Migraines and Chronic Pain
Gain Vital Skills
Learn about what you can do to protect your health and not become a statistic.

And of course and a chance  to meet and chat to our course leaders.

Health Show #10 – Gut health, leaky gut and what you can do

“Leaky Gut” could be the cause of many health problems, but is it a cause or a symptom?

The health of our gut is key to our health, because not only does it affect the health of the liver, it also houses a big part of our immune system.  Health Show Episode #10 covered the topic of a leaky gut, a condition that is associated with a wide range of seemingly unconnected symptoms. I aimed to shed some light on how as a Systematic Kinesiologist we can go about identifying and resolving this issue through lifestyle changes.  We talked about how it occurs and what you can do to heal it naturally.

What is Leaky Gut Syndrome?

The official definition of Leaky Gut Syndrome is an increase in permeability of the intestinal mucosa to luminal macromolecules, antigens, and toxins associated with inflammatory degenerative and/ or atrophic mucosa or lining.  Leaky gut is a name used to describe intestinal or bowel hyper permeability.  Put more simply, large spaces develop between the cells of the gut wall allowing bacteria, toxins and food to leak into the bloodstream.

But the intestines are indeed permeable. Spaces do open up normally, it’s designed to let things through – so that nutrients and other molecules get in and out of the intestine. The production of Vitamin B in the large bowel is absorbed back into the body via the bloodstream.

Leaky gut is a condition that increasingly evidence is suggesting is a significant factor in our digestive and therefore the whole body’s health.  The problem occurs when substances overstimulate the release of zonulin, (wheat and other gluten foods do this) and the spaces between the cells become wider, which then allows much larger protein molecules to get into the bloodstream where an immunologic reaction can take place.  A key to resolving autoimmune problems lies here.

Solutions to Leaky Gut and digestive health problems generally

There are many things you can do if you’re suffering from digestive distress, and the focus is to remove any predisposing factors, reduce inflammation, treat and remove other contributory factors and then focus on repairing the gut lining.

  1. Predisposing factors could include antibiotics (they kill off your good bacteria as well as the bad), paracites, amalgams and other toxic metals, as well as food sensitivities.  Avoiding sugar, alcohol and artifical sweeteners too.  Chronic stress can weaken the immune system, and low stomach acid impacts on your ability to fight off bacteria and viruses.  As we see in the demonstration in the video, there may well be an issue around low HCL and/or digestive enzymes.   If that’s the case then you may see the need to take HCL as well as some good bacteria (bacteria in the evening, and HCl with each meal).
  2. Decreasing inflammation nutritionally with Vit D3/K2, Turmeric, Ginger, Quercitin, Vit C, Zinc.
  3. Other factors that may play a role in digestive health is the Ileo Caecal Valve (ICV), and as we see in the video, this was the case, and needs to be corrected as part of a whole person approach to resolving digestive health problems.

How to repair the gut lining

There’s a lot we can do nutritionally.  L Glutamine, Omega 3 fats (which help with cell wall repair), Zinc, as well as a good probiotic are all options that can be tested for with muscle testing, to establish which are the best for you.

All stress affects the body the same way

Most health problems are lifestyle related, and so to really heal from gut issues we can’t just focus o

n the gut.  We need to think about the food we eat, how it’s digested, what we’re thinking about, and how we allow the body to rest and relax.  So accumulating sleep debt also affects our overall health.

There will never be a full recovery in such cases until the digestive system is brought back into a healthy state, and the immune system supported and rebuilt.

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Press Release #HealthRoadShow July 2017

Discover How to Master Your Health & Lifestyle with our Health Road Show around Ireland

Free Health Talks Nationwide 23-29 July 2017

Westport, Co Mayo – 13 July 2017.  KinesiologyZone is delighted to announce that it will be hosting a nationwide Health Road Show.  This six-day event is open to members of the public who can discover how to master their health and lifestyle using our fully integrated natural health care solution.

Chronic health issues are on the rise, and there’s a need to address these lifestyle related diseases to reduce the burden on the health care system.  Our KinesiologyZone community is working to reverse the health crisis.  KinesiologyZone is a fully integrated natural healthcare system that offers clients a tailor made solution specific to the client’s needs.

We are running a series of free talks in Westport, Ballybofey, Sligo, Tuam, Fermoy, New Ross, and Navan and a 4 hour Taster Event in Dun Laoghaire during the week of Sunday 23rd July to Saturday 29th July.  The talks will be given by local KinesiologyZone Course Leaders and graduate practitioners will give free treatments.  We will share our passion for Systematic Kinesiology, and give everyone the opportunity to discover how it could make a difference to their life.

At each venue, we will cover three key topics that can empower you to transform your health and reduce chronic fatigue, stress and overwhelm; improve digestion, and weight problems; as well as protect our health as we grow older.

  • There are 55,000 people living with dementia in Ireland today, and that number is set to double in the next 20 years.”
  • The total number of people living with diabetes in Ireland is estimated to be 225,840
  • Digestive Problems – It is estimated that 15% of the population will experience symptoms of IBS. The true prevalence of IBS in the whole population may be higher, as it is thought that only a quarter of IBS patients seek medical advice.

Siobhan Guthrie, Principal of TASK Ireland at KinesiologyZone says; “We believe everyone should have access to an integrated natural healthcare solution, that’s easy to use, tailored to each individual’s needs and empowers them to significantly enhance the quality of their lives.”

“One of our foundational principles is that we work from a lifestyle-focussed, holistic perspective.  Everything is connected and when we look at the body it, helps us to join the dots from a Mental, Chemical, Physical and Energetic Perspective.  Practitioner and client work together to uncover what is out of balance, clients gain a much greater understanding of how their body works and feel empowered to make lifestyle changes.  If we can find it, we can fix it is our “motto”.

 “At the heart of what we do here at KinesiologyZone is our willingness to serve others.  So we are taking health care on the road! 

The very first #HealthRoadShow will be starting off in Westport for our “official launch” on Sun 23rd July, 1pm to 4pm. JOIN US at any of our 7 venues by simply registering at www.KinesiologyZone.com/roadshow


The Academy of Systematic Kinesiology in Ireland, Roe Kilmeena, Westport, Co Mayo.

Siobhan Guthrie: 098 26579; 087 2719863   info@kinesiologyzone.com

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The Health Show Episode #9 – How Adrenal Stress Impacts your Health

The Health Show Episode #9 – How Adrenal Stress Impacts your HealthAdrenal Stress - KinesiologyZone

Wow .. what a great turn up and interest in our latest Health Show. We had the largest audience to-date, therefore it’s not hard to believe a lot of people are suffering out there from a range of adrenal stress symptoms.

Adrenal fatigue is estimated to affect around 80 percent of people in the world. This was one of the many reasons we choose Adrenal Stress as our topic for this episode of our Health Show. A lot of people feel deflated, frustrated and overwhelmed with symptoms and a lot of time they don’t understand what is happening.

It’s our opinion adrenal fatigue and stress can not only be managed but resolved with some techniques we use in Systematic Kinesiology. A practitioner can test you for nutritional deficiency, reduce emotional triggers, clear blocks in energy to improve the whole system and review your diet.

Watch our most recent show to learn how to recognize and address Adrenal Stress

The Health Show on Adrenal Stress was filled with so much information today and the half hour flew by quickly. As a result, we didn’t get a chance to demonstrate the iris contraction test which is an easy test you do at home. It measures your body’s stamina in response to light stimulation.

Adrenal Stress Test Directions

Here’s what you’ll need to take the test:

  • Weak (not too bright) flashlight or phone light
  • Mirror
  • Dark room

In a dark room, sit or stand in front of a mirror for about a minute to allow your eyes to adjust to the light. “Then shine a flashlight across one eye (not directly into it) from the side of your head. Keep the light shining steadily across one eye and watch in the mirror with the other. Firstly, you should see your pupil (the dark circle in the centre of the eye) contracts immediately as the light hits your eye. This occurs because the iris, a tiny circular muscle composed of small muscle fibers, contracts and dilates the pupil in response to light.

So the pupil normally remains contracted in the increased light, but if the pupil is uable to hold its contraction and dilates [opens back up] despite the light shining on it, this is an indication of fatigue.

Dilation may last for about 30-45 seconds before it recovers and contracts again. It’s a good idea to time how long the dilation lasts and record it along with the date.

If you have any difficulty doing this on yourself, do it with a friend. Have them shine the light across your eye while both of you watch the pupil size.   (Source: Adrenal Fatigue: The 21st Century Stress Syndrome)

If you are suffering from stress and fatigue visit your local Systematic Kinesiologist.  www.kinesiology.ie/practitioners

Mark your diary!  On Wednesday 19th July on our next Health Show we will be covering digestive problems and the leaky gut. We hope to see you there and if you have any questions just post in the comment below.

Signs you have adrenal fatigue (and what to do about it)

Signs you have Adrenal Fatigue (and what to do about it)

by Sheila O’Hanlon

 

The thyroid and adrenals are so intricately connected. It wouldn’t be a surprise to me at all if many people suffering from Hypothyroid are struggling with adrenal stress and they have no idea.

Have you heard of the adrenal glands? They are 2 tiny little organs that sit on top of your kidneys and control quite a few actions in your body including your stress response, weight, blood sugar, blood pressure, and immune system. The adrenal glands are really quite incredible in tAdrenals - Kinesiologyzonehat, as a species, they are our primary survival organs.

Over 80% of us will experience adrenal fatigue multiple times over our lives. Symptoms can include weakness, lack of energy, trouble concentrating, becoming easily confused, forgetfulness, trouble completing basic tasks you could once handle easily, hoarse voice, poor digestion, constipation, depression, insomnia, not feeling rested after waking from sleep, and relying on naps during the day.

Adrenal fatigue has existed as long as we have, but it has only reached epidemic proportions over the last 100 years. Why is this? The answer lies in the way that our lifestyles have changed over that time. The average person’s stress levels, diet and toxic load are all immeasurably worse today than they were at the start of the twentieth century.

The best way to support your adrenals and help recover your health is to eat a light, balanced meal every 90 minutes to two hours.Giving your adrenal glands lots of rest allows them to devote energy to healing and restoring themselves.

Each of your meals should ideally contain a balance of potassium, sodium, and natural sugar (from fruit). Snacks you can graze on to help recover your adrenal health, including:

Apple, celery, and dates
Orange, avocado, and spinach
Sweet potato, kale, and lemon juice
Cucumber, avocado, and lime juice
Banana, dates, and romaine lettuce
Coconut water, dried apricots and celery
Coconut water, banana, and spinach
Pear, berries, and mache
Mango, figs, and celery

The last and most important key to restoring your adrenal function is to heed your mind and stress needs. Pay attention to your body! To learn some techniques to help you do this join Siobhan on Facebook live this Thursday. Click the link to register your place or get the replay.

https://www.kinesiologyzone.com/free-talks-about-kinesiology/

If you aim for a balanced lifestyle with a healthy level of exercise and sleep including a positive environment, then you are most likely to keep your adrenal system going strong.

“Adrenal fatigue, in all its mild and severe forms, is usually caused by some form of stress. Stress can be physical, emotional, psychological, environmental, infectious, or a combination of these. It is important to know that your adrenals respond to every kind of stress the same, whatever the source.”
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Health Show Episode #8 -The Power of Bach Flowers

The Health Show Episode #8 -The Power of Bach Flowers

Our mission is to share simple ways to help you feel more balanced.  And the Bach Flowers definitely fit the bill.  Bach Flower Remedies are often used to help balance emotional states, and we were delighted to have the opportunity to go more into detail about some specific Bach Flower remedies.

Bach Flowers KinesiologyZone Health Show Episode #8

In this Episode, with special guest Maria Stevens, we got to share the amazing powers of Bach Flowers.

Maria Stevens is a Certified Systematic Kinesiologist, Homeopath and Bach Flower consultant.  She shared some of the amazing success stories of people who have used the Bach Flowers including a range of symptoms from children with anxiety, students facing into exams and people who find it hard to make decisions.

This is the first time we have had the opportunity to go into detail about the range of Bach Flowers available to everyone from a Kinesiology prospective and how they can help you in your daily life. Bach Flowers

Bach Flowers – There are seven general categories of emotions that Bach Flower remedies target, and Maria our guest speaker spoke alot about these being used for a range of emotional issues.

  • HEATHER – Treating people who are obsessed with their own troubles and experiences; talkative about themselves; poor listeners.
  • WALNUT – A remedy against helps adjustment to transition or change, eg, puberty, menopause, divorce, new surroundings. This can be espeically helpful to students finishing exams or moving home or taking on a new job.
  • CENTAURY –  Treating children who lack strong will or find it difficult to speak up. It also helps adults who let themselves be exploited or imposed upon and have difficulty in saying “no”; doormat syndrome.

    The evidence of effectiveness of Bach Flowers  – here’s a story one of our Diploma students shared with us:

Bach FlowersI had a 9 year old come for some help in relation to anxiety after being locked accidentally in the car when his mum collected his sister from an activity. It was only for a few minutes but he felt trapped and afraid. When he arrived he was quiet and a bit awkward so I did a few muscle tests and this broke the ice and he was very willing to get up to be treated then. So I did some ESR (emotional stress release) and tested him with a few Bach Flower Remedies which I recommended to his mum to get.  During the ESR while he was thinking about the locked car incident he could feel it in his tummy and then he said it was gone and that he could see lots of green! Which I took to be a shift in the emotional situation. When I was finished he sat talking about football to me for 10 mins! He obviously didn’t know his audience! But the difference in him from before and after was amazing!”

You can watch this month’s Episode #8 here, showing a demonstration as to how we select the remedies for a specific stress, as well as our interview with Maria Stevens:

Bach FlowersThe powerful essences can help people who may not show their sadness and keep there emotions hidden, they can naturally treat the deeper emotion. 

So if you are ready to eliminate poor emotions, regain your confidence, and find a natural way to help you and those around you get your free Bach Flowers Guide.

Join us next time when we will cover how Adrenal Stress impacts your health and what you can do to prevent it!

Stress does undermine your health. The connection between stress and high blood pressure, heart disease, and many digestive problems is well-established. Stress creates hormonal and blood sugar changes, causes the body to excrete nutrients and adversely affects the immune system. It also puts you on high alert, and can affect digestion and most other health issues.  We will look at how the adrenal glands are directly affected by stress and what you can do to prevent your stress levels from rising!  Planned show date: Thursday 29th June

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The Health Show Episode #7 – Improve Learning

Improve Learning – helping anxious, stressed kids with exams coming up, to have better coordination and brain power.

In this episode, we discuss how simple ways to improve learning that can make a big difference when it comes to preparing for exams.  Find out about how to improve our learning ability, memory, mind power and coordination.  Especially for kids who have exams coming up, and for anyone wishing to feel better too.

We share Maria’s story, one of our diploma students who started training with us last year.  We share her experience of how she has been able to help her daughter.  Watch the video below for this and more.

We share 5 ways to improve your brain function, coordination, memory and stress levels – without the muscle testing we’d do in clinic, but just as effective when you do them regularly.

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If you want to improve memory and concentration then grab a glass of water and watch Episode #7.

Here’s an abstract of Maria’s story about her daughter.

”Farrah is 7 years old, diagnosed with dyspraxia when she was 4, she is awaiting an assessment for dyslexia. Attended physiotherapy from 2 and speech & language therapy from 2 1/2 years old.

As with most families who get a diagnosis, we went down the traditional therapy route, which most certainly has its place for children with any sort of diagnosis but it wasn’t until I started using the whole person approach of Systematic Kinesiology with Farrah that I have seen huge changes in her levels of ability in all areas of her life.”

Maria tested her for food sensitivities and found she was intolerant to wheat and lactose and she tested as needing a probiotic. She tested her for Bach remedies and introduced “Cross Crawl” to Farrah’s daily routine.

After 2 weeks we saw an improvement in her concentration levels. The cross crawl was proving difficult for Farrah at first, but she kept doing it. She also started to work with her gait, unfurl her ears (in the video), and rub reflexes associated with the brain. They saw definite improvements in Farrah in every way. Her memory and attention span are improving, her literacy skills are steadily getting better, her self-care skills are also showing remarkable improvements.

I started this Systematic Kinesiology journey with Farrah in late September 2016, now at the end of April 2017 we are seeing remarkable differences in her levels of ability in every area of her life:

  • Her memory has improved 100%.
  • Her attention span has improved 80%.
  • She can dress herself properly and put her shoes on the right feet.
  • She can wash and brush her teeth without supervision or prompting. Her coordination has come on in leaps and bounds, she can now swim properly using her arms and legs together
  • Her anxiety levels have dramatically decreased and she even knows now when she needs to take Bach remedies as she sees the difference they make to her emotionally.
  • Her literacy skills have significantly improved, when Farrah started 1st class last September she couldn’t write her own name or even trace over dotted words to form letters properly.
  • Her father’s birthday was on 12th April 2017, she could write “to daddy, love Farrah” on his card independently and spell it!!

Maria says, “she knows there no quick fixes for children with special needs and you have to work at their pace but Systematic Kinesiology definitely provided the tools we needed to boost her learning ability both inside and outside the classroom.

 

To learn these techniques for yourself FOR FREE and in more detail visit – www.Kinesiologyzone.com/easy for INSTANT ACCESS