Posts in Kinesiology
Holding a Space

It is not uncommon to be called upon to support friends or loved ones through difficult times. This is quite easy to understand and action when the request for help may be to cook a meal, take your friend to an appointment or making phone calls. But what happens when someone simply needs us to be there. Zode Kinesiology’s latest blog looks at what it is to “Hold A Space”.

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Anxiety Busters – My 8 Top Tips

Almost everyone I have spoken to has displayed some level of anxiety which manifests in their work, home, relationships or within themselves. It does not seem to be selective and it is affecting adults, teens, and kids, males and females in equally high proportions.

At a recent networking event I was talking to other professionals and therapists with many saying their clients arrive at their clinic exhausted due to poor sleep, frustrated and a lowered immunity.

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Death Becomes Us All

Dad was a Yorkshireman. Generous, wise and a gentle adventurer. He was blessed with a life well lived. But on 28th July 2017 he peacefully passed away. Surrounded by three generations. Each in our own way saying thank you and goodbye with a silent cheer of his favourite brandy. This moment confirming my path of connecting to people deeply and supporting them on their healing journey.

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Pause Power

I’ve been thinking about this phrase lately, “To Pause or Not to Pause”. If you’re anything like most mums, you may well be feeling like life is outta control. Way too much to do. Way too little time. And an oversupply of people calling on mum to fix things, drive somewhere, make something, be someone….and so on. But how do we give ourselves guilt-free time to Pause and Replenish?

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Acupressure at Home

Acupressure is a safe, gentle way of delving into your pain, stress, stagnation and illnesses.At a recent workshop held by Zode Kinesiology we explored 10 of the best points to do this. Participants learnt how to feel the energy and hold points. They experienced the calm that it can bring. There will be another workshop in 2019 so don’t worry if you missed out.

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