Do you feel there is something holding you back from living your best, authentic life?
Are you seeking clarity, comfort, confidence or do you just want to feel better?
The answer is simple, believe it or not – YOU have the answer.
Whether it is physical pain or body discomfort, fatigue, emotional stress, negative emotions, limiting beliefs or fear that is affecting your quality of life – you don’t have to “put up with it” and you can find out exactly what you need to live a healthy, well and prosperous life.
Kinesiology (pronounced KIN-EASY-OLOGY) is a completely natural, holistic, and evidence-based therapy that uses the science of ENERGY BALANCING to promote good health and wellbeing. The literal meaning of “Kinesiology” is the “study of movement” – if you look at what this means in a broader sense, you could say Kinesiology assesses how you move through life.
Kinesiology For Teenagers
Kinesiology creates a type of awareness that not only allows your teen to understand their symptoms but allows them to gain a deeper understanding of who they are as a person. With the intent to remove and manage the stress and anxiety, the goal is to balance their body around how they WANT to feel, think and act.
Hi, I’m Courtney
“When I am in a session and balancing my clients, it is such a special and humbling experience to help someone on that deeper level. Not only do I get to see my clients feel empowered during the balance, but also how they thrive throughout their healing journey”.
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Direction, Purpose & Self-Confidence
Calm, Comfort & Balance
Energy & Vitality
“The essence of health is inner balance“.
When you are IN BALANCE – you are at EASE.
When you are stressed, ill or in pain – you are in an altered state of balance causing DIS-EASE.
So, how do you create a sense of balance?
By understanding how and why you are out of balance to begin with.
When you can identify the cause for your physical, emotional, chemical or spiritual imbalance (stress) – you can then use that knowledge to set yourself up to build a path forward.
The thing is… a lot of us get stuck by not understanding where our imbalances stem from – hence the reason we stay in negative or certain mindsets, deal with the same old health concerns or even struggle to make change happen.
The not knowing and the lack of understanding prevents us from taking the right action in order to feel better and live well.
Example of this:
Kinesiology can give you peace of mind, your body a break, and the opportunity for you to be in control and create your own path forward.
What Others Say
“Courtney is extremely professional and was very accommodating for my needs during the session. I decided to have a session with Court due to me holding onto some deep seeded anger issues with my ex husband. I was having trouble letting go of the past and this was impacting my new relationship.”
“Knowing very little about Kinesiology I decided to take a leap of faith! Courtney’s calmness and professionalism combined with her gentle and caring approach helped me get back on track to feeling so much better. She opened my eyes up to how my daily stresses was impacting my own physical health and its gradual decline.”
“What an amazing experience.
I had the pleasure of having a session with Courtney last weekend.
Knew nothing about Kinesiology, went in with an open mind. I felt energized and motivated to say the least at the end of our session.
Our body’s and mind’s are very powerful when realigned.”
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“Pain is a way our bodies try to communicate—sometimes screaming at us to pay attention—and only when we learn to listen are we able to treat what ails us to achieve optimum healing and lifelong health”
— Dr. Rachel Carlton Abrams