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									kinesiology and phobia
by Eliane Florentin
            Hong Kong
         Kinesiology




1.     What is Kinesiology?
Kinesiology is a scientific system based on traditional Chinese meridian energy flows. It uses “Muscle Re-
sponse Technique” as a very effective tool to detect energy imbalances which can then be corrected.

2.     Who is it suitable for?
Any individual who is willing to be treated on.

3.      How can it be used to treat phobias?
4.      What causes phobias?
Phobia is an association made in the “fight and flight” survival system of our brain, predominantly between
the age of 2 and 5, when rationalization is not yet available. Once the programme, “lift = danger” for exam-
ple, has been created, it is permanent at the expense of the adult’s well-being. (Example: fear of height).
This “fight and flight” survival system can be accessed via “electrical wiring” (acupoints) where the associa-
tion can be retrieved and dis-associated hence enabling the more mature mind to realize “lift = safety”.

5.     How does Kinesiology measure up to more conventional phobia treatment?
Kinesiology accesses any emotions directly on an energy level. Whereas conventional treatments only focus
on the psychological side of the client, kinesiology focuses on both the psychological side AND the physi-
ological causes behind the phobia.

6.     What does the procedure involve?
The client lies on the massage table while the practitioner touches specific meridian acupoints and observes
the muscles’ responses to find out the causes of the problem.

7.     Are there any risks/side effects?
Absolutely none.
No needles are used but only touch.
No muscle is manipulated but only tested.
No medicine is given but only occasional supplements.

8.      How much of Kinesiology is based in science?
A muscle is like an electrical circuit linked to the wiring of the human body. Everything is interconnected.
This is how kinesiology gets information based on feedback effects.

9.     How many sessions are needed in treatment of phobias?
The number of treatment sessions differs from individual to individual. It can be one session, or two, or
three.

10.   How popular is Kinesiology in Hong Kong?
Hong Kong is a “quick fix” society but people are becoming more aware of the advantages of non-intrusive
treatments. Therefore, kinesiology in Hong Kong is on the rise.

								
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