Creative Kinesiology (CK)
Body Tracking offers help to people wanting to explore their symptoms, to ‘track’ into the root of an issue to assist in bringing release and healing, giving us more space so we can become more embodied. When we discover the cause of our symptoms; where they are rooted in our system and why they have originated, we then have the pieces of the jigsaw we often need for healing to take place.
Tracking or muscle testing, is a gentle non-invasive way of getting direct feed-back from the whole body. We address the most appropriate level at the time whether that is the; physical body – mind – the emotions – nutritional – ecology – energy systems – spirit – soul. Through communicating in this way you can by pass the part of your brain that thinks and believes it knows what the symptom is about and access the ‘other’, wiser parts of yourself. This is a science and an art form, a blend of ancient Chinese 5 Element medicine, with its understanding of meridians (energy pathways) in the body, and modern Chiropractic, with its knowledge of muscles and bones and how they move. This is a deep working approach, and can help to overcome and release deep seated, emotional, physical and energetic patterns which can manifest as aches and pains, illness, frustration with life, depression, lack of confidence, low energy states and a lack of fulfilment or purpose.
Creative Kinesiology is an excellent method to help uncover underlying issues and it can assist in releasing tension, trauma and stress that may be carried in the body’s systems.
During a treatment we work together through verbal testing to communicate with your body and discover the triggers to produce effective healing.
This approach acknowledges that we are made up of our stories – our life experiences contribute to who we are today. Not all of our past is helpful or supportive, by releasing these unwanted or unhelpful results the body, mind and energy systems are able to become energised and open to its potential.
ChaNan Bonser (ACKRP) is committed to the Creative Kinesiology Association’s (CKA) Code of Conduct and is a member of the BCMA (British Complementary Medicine Association). It is also a condition of the CKA that registered practitioners and teachers undergo mentoring sessions, personal sessions and Continuing Professional Development, this ensures that her work is always growing and she is continually searching for ways of expanding her knowledge to ensure she works to the best of her capability.