Do you love the holistic approach?
I do! I couldn’t work without approaching life and health through my holistic filter.
It gets better results for my clients.
The holistic approach to a health challenge or illness offers not just a second opinion, it opens up treatment options. Its varied approach considers why or what may be the cause(s).
When a client comes in to my clinic for the first time, maybe with back pain, it would be easy to suggest that it’s purely a structural problem. When you look from a “where it is, it is” approach that is.
But the beauty of the holistic approach is that we can go deeper than what’s presenting at face value.
The body is amazing, it’s always adapting to the environment it is in. So if you have symptoms you don’t “enjoy”, then it’s good to wonder why is the body doing that, than simply trying to get rid of them.
What that means is we should also consider these:
The food and drinks my client consumes, where they lives emotionally every day, and as the body is energetic, what they’re doing to move that energy (or not), this helps greatly to assist the client out of pain. From a holistic approach what matters is what we do every day.
There’s also a synergistic benefit – when we use different factors they work together to have a larger beneficial effect. So while in the case above the client’s back pain may well have a structural component, if we pay attention to all the other factors as well your client will love you because you’ve not only gotten rid fo the pain maybe faster, it’s also going to last longer, or forever!
I help holistic-loving people ready to help others who want to make a
better life for themselves and become a valued and respected health practitioner.
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Friends are often asking me: What should I take for x or y condition? But that’s a very medical approach. And when the body is in a crisis that’s the best care you can have. Don’t get me wrong doctors save lives. But it’s crisis care, not about getting you healthy. If you’re looking for the one thing that is going to fix you, then the holistic approach is not for you. But if you are more interested in understanding the interplay, the dance, the amazing way the body works, that everything we do is involved, then you’ll love Systematic Kinesiology.
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