Infinity Energy Balancing
Specialties We Treat
Hormones are like messengers produced by special glands in your body, like the pituitary, thyroid, adrenals, ovaries, or testes. They travel in your blood and affect many things in your body.
When these messengers become imbalanced, you might feel tired, have pain, gain weight, can't sleep, lose interest in sex, get pimples, feel sad or worried, get mad easily, forget things, and more.
With our method of Applied Kinesiology, we can figure out what's causing the hormone irregularity. Then, by balancing certain acupressure, reflex points and use of natural supplements we will help to restore the balance of hormones like estrogen, progesterone, thyroid, and others in your body.
Stress, Anxiety, Fears, Phobias, Insomnia
When the Brain and Nervous System Are Not in Harmony
When your brain and nervous system aren't working well together, you may encounter feelings of worry, sadness, frustration, difficulties staying focused (like ADHD), trouble sleeping, pain, shivering, muscle spasms, cramps, nerve issues, and various other problems.
Numerous factors can throw your brain out of balance, such as neurotransmitters like serotonin, dopamine, or epinephrine, shortages of these chemicals, past traumas, surgeries, stress, inflammation, excessive exposure to cell phones or Wi-Fi signals, and exposure to harmful substances.
Applied Kinesiology empowers us to identify underlying brain-related issues and support your gradual recovery and improved well-being. Our comprehensive treatment approach comprises various methods, including stress release through tapping, Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), affirmation techniques, chakra balancing, and supplementation with essential electrolytes, minerals, amino acids, B vitamins, natural herbs. We also incorporate gentle massage techniques applied to specific acupressure points to stimulate the growth of healthy brain and nerve cells.
A robust gastrointestinal system is fundamental for overall health. It's noteworthy that approximately 75% of your body's immune functionality and the production of neurotransmitters that influence your well-being originate in the gastrointestinal tract.
When your digestive system isn't functioning optimally, you may experience symptoms like flatulence, abdominal distention, irregular bowel movements, chest discomfort, gastrointestinal noises, acid regurgitation, and heartburn.
Diagnoses such as Crohn's disease, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), colitis, interstitial colitis (IC), intestinal permeability (leaky gut), and H. pylori infection all indicate treatable disruptions within your digestive system.
The root cause of digestive discomfort is always identifiable. To address these issues, we employ enzymes, probiotics, herbal remedies, and acupressure techniques to restore balance and health to your gastrointestinal tract.
Allergy and Immunity
The immune system serves as the body's primary line of defense against invading pathogens and infections. Allergies frequently indicate a compromised immune system.
The origins of allergies can be as straightforward as consuming an excess of high-protein foods, such as dairy, gluten, processed soy, and nuts, heavy metals accumulation, which may lead to congestion in your lymphatic system.
In allergy treatment, we focus on purifying and fortifying the immune system using enzymes, detox formulas for the liver and kidneys, herbal remedies, and a rejuvenated dietary plan. We also use acupressure technique, laser therapy, NLP and other energy balancing techniques.
Remarkably, the body can recover from a lifetime of weakened immunity in a relatively short period, often within a matter of months.
Bringing Vital Energies to Balance
The core principle of Applied Kinesiology is that the body possesses innate healing energy, always striving for self-care but occasionally needing support.
Kinesiology recognizes that the body's energy flows affect not only muscles but also every tissue and organ, evaluating them through muscle function to reveal the body's overall state of balance. This approach taps into often overlooked energies.
Unlike treating named diseases, kinesiology focuses on rectifying imbalances in the body's energy, similar to acupuncture's concept of energy flow. Muscle testing identifies energy blockages, and correction techniques like acupressure massage, meridian tracing, chakra balancing, clear disturbances in auric field, traditional Chinese Medicine principles, working with color and sounds, using magnets and lasers restore muscle balance, enhance physical and psychological wellbeing, influencing overall body energy.
Muscle Aches, Joint Inflammation, Restricted Range of Motion
Structural balancing, as practiced in Applied Kinesiology (AK), revolves around the differentiation between functional and non-functional muscles. The sensation of tightness or the need for stretching in a muscle often indicates its non-functional state. Non-functional muscles can lead to joint pain, limited range of motion, postural irregularities, and the development of trigger points—painful nodules within the muscle tissue. Reactivating a non-functional muscle, thereby restoring its functionality, can potentially comprehensively resolve complex symptoms.
Applied Kinesiology has gained popularity, particularly among athletes who understand the significant impact that well-functioning muscles can have on their performance. The use of isolated muscle testing can expedite recovery from sports-related injuries, especially those affecting problematic areas like the shoulder and knee.
The range of treatments in Applied Kinesiology may encompass the following: diverse myofascial therapies, pelvic blocking, cranial techniques, meridian and acupuncture stimulation, working with reflex points, clinical nutrition, dietary management, emotional clearing, and the application of Kinesiology taping techniques.
This approach to structural balancing through AK offers a holistic perspective on addressing musculoskeletal issues, promoting recovery, and enhancing physical performance.