Saturday, December 28, 2013

What does a session look like?

Prior to your first session, we go over the feelings you may have experienced in the recent past and the issues you would like to work with.

At your first session, we will begin a dialogue about your priority issue and what approach we might take. We discuss how your life would be different without this issue.

You will be introduced to muscle testing and how it works. Any and all information that is gathered in session is done through muscle testing and comes from your body and its unconscious response to stress.

Muscle testing allows you not only to be the best authority on your issue, but also allows your body to choose what is right for you every step of the way. You will understand more about this process through experiencing a session.

After you are comfortable with muscle testing, you will do some specific corrections (i.e.: breathing, proper hydration, correct energy flow) that prepare both your body and your mind for new awareness.

Using the The Behavioral Barometer™  we will identify the stressors and behaviours, based on past learning and experience, that limit you from making life-serving choices for yourself today.

You will gain awareness about the beliefs that prevent you from actualizing your purpose, creating the life you want, being the person you want to be and living in better overall health on all levels (mental, emotional, physical and spiritual).

In the session you will make changes on the brain/cellular level through techniques based on neuroplasticity (brain re-mapping), with new self-talk and hands on physical and energetic corrections.

Once the corrections are made and new choices identified, you will leave the session with a different perspective on your issue. You will gain tools/corrections to implement and practice in order to ensure the changes continue when you leave. That is when you integrate the work into your life.

Sessions are given  in a calm and comfortable environment. Sometimes you may work seated in a chair, standing or moving around the room, depending on what is needed at the time.
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