Kinesiologie Zürich Enge | Body, Mind & Soul - Alinda Enzler Muskeltest liegend
Kinesiologie Zürich Enge | Body, Mind & Soul - Alinda Enzler Kinesiologie Muskeltest liegend

Kinesiology - Definition

The word kinesiology derives from the ancient Greek words “kinesis” (movement) and “logos” (meaning). The origins of kinesiology can be found in the 1960s and stem from chiropractic and physiotherapy. Over time, kinesiology has been expanded to include aspects of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). In particular, the knowledge of yin and yang, the teachings of the five elements and the flow of energy in the meridians form a central component of kinesiology today. This combination of ancient knowledge and modern findings from medicine, education and psychology is what makes kinesiology so successful. 

Kinesiology promotes movement on all levels and supports health and well-being in the sense of a holistic approach. In this way, unconscious patterns and connections or discrepancies between thinking and feeling can be specifically identified and balanced. Energy blockages and stress are recognized and the body’s own self-healing powers are activated in order to restore the balance of physical and mental strength – in short, to bring body, mind and soul into harmony.

Muscle test

The philosophy of kinesiology is based on the chiropractic paradigm of “innate intelligence”. This assumes that the knowledge for self-healing is present in the organism. The kinesiology muscle test expresses this implicit knowledge.

In order to recognize existing imbalances between body, mind and soul, the muscle test is used as a working tool. It forms the basis of every kinesiology session. By applying light, increasing pressure to the client’s forearm, a muscle reaction and thus the body’s own energy flow is tested. The muscle test establishes a direct connection to the energy system and serves as a means of communication (biofeedback) to the subconscious. Existing blockages can thus be identified using muscle testing. Using systemic questioning techniques, we approach the causes of existing blockages and treat them in a goal-oriented manner. The body’s own biofeedback determines which issues arise in a session and which balancing techniques are useful. I only act as a guide and coach.

The philosophy of kinesiology is based on the chiropractic paradigm of “innate intelligence”. This assumes that the knowledge for self-healing is present in the organism. The kinesiology muscle test expresses this implicit knowledge.

In order to recognize existing imbalances between body, mind and soul, the muscle test is used as a working tool. It forms the basis of every kinesiology session. By applying light, increasing pressure to the client’s forearm, a muscle reaction and thus the body’s own energy flow is tested. The muscle test establishes a direct connection to the energy system and serves as a means of communication (biofeedback) to the subconscious. Existing blockages can thus be identified using muscle testing. Using systemic questioning techniques, we approach the causes of existing blockages and treat them in a goal-oriented manner. The body’s own biofeedback determines which issues arise in a session and which balancing techniques are useful. I only act as a guide and coach.

Kinesiologie Zürich Enge | Body, Mind & Soul - Alinda Enzler Kinesiologie Balance Meridian Endpunkte
Kinesiologie Zürich Enge | Body, Mind & Soul - Alinda Enzler Kinesiologie Balance Meridian Endpunkte

Touch for Health

"Touch for Health" is a central component of kinesiology. It is a combination of TCM, chiropractic and kinesiology.

Conversation

The person-centered approach shapes the image of an integrative kinesiology session. The focus is on congruence, empathy and appreciation.

Brain Gym

"Brain Gym" includes exercises for movement and energy training. The aim is to promote concentration, coordination and learning skills.

Thanks to the holistic approach of kinesiology, the body’s own self-healing powers are activated. As a result, positive changes can be achieved in the following situations, among others.

  • Psychological impairments
    • Stress
    • Depression
    • Sleep disorders
    • Fears and phobias
    • Traumas
    • Low self-esteem
    • Compulsions
    • Addictive cravings
  • Physical pain
    • Acute and chronic pain
    • General injuries and accidents
    • Before and after surgery
    • Digestive disorders
    • Menstrual problems
    • Allergies
    • Overweight and underweight
    • Back and joint problems
  • Mental difficulties
    • Lack of concentration
    • Learning difficulties and exam anxiety
    • Hyperactivity
  • Important life decisions
  • Personal development
  • Self-reflection
  • Psychological impairments
    • Stress
    • Depression
    • Sleep disorders
    • Fears and phobias
    • Traumas
    • Low self-esteem
    • Complusions
    • Addictive cravings
  • Physical pain
    • Acute and chronic pain
    • General injuries and accidents
    • Before and after surgery
    • Digestive disorders
    • Menstrual problems
    • Allergies
    • Overweight and underweight
    • Back and joint problems
  • Mental difficulties
    • Lack of concentration
    • Learning difficulties and exam anxiety
    • Hyperactivity
  • Important life decisions
  • Personal development
  • Self-reflection

… and much more.

In short, whatever changes you want to make or goals you want to achieve, kinesiology can be helpful.