Examples of corrective techniques:

  • acupressure (holding specific acupuncture points as required by the body)
  • rubbing neurolymphatic and holding neurovascular reflexes to stimulate lymph and blood flow
  • meridian therapy
  • Emotional Stress Release
  • clearing of emotional and mental sabotages
  • chakra work
  • visualisations
  • affirmations
  • mental fitness and brain gym exercises
  • bodywork (muscle work) and body movements
  • primitive reflexes
  • specific hormonal and digestive corrections
  • cranial and TMJ corrective techniques
  • use of colour, sound (applied physiology tuning forks)
  • eye exercises
  • use of essences (Bach Flower, Bush Flower and Desert Alchemy essences) and homeopathic remedies
  • brain repatterning techniques
  • nutrition advice (muscle monitoring will reveal which vitamins or minerals you need to take or avoid)
  • counselling etc

During the balance, the client remains fully clothed, either sitting, lying on my massage table or standing up as required by the corrections.

I would like to stress that none of the corrections used in Kinesiology are physically painful, nor do they involve needles as in acupuncture. The whole process is extremely safe and gentle, with the only aim of restoring harmony, balance and peace in my clients.

Martine Bass Kinesiology

Martine Bass Kinesiology

Martine Bass Kinesiology