To remove the goal was achieved easier and faster. And especially Abnehmwillige get out of the vicious cycle of stress eating dissatisfaction stress – eating out. Because on the stress-laden look in the mirror, typically inevitably follows the handle to sweeten, which leads to weight gain, but further increases the stress when looking in the mirror, etc. “, explains Anke Martin. Who wants to lose weight, should clarify therefore considers first what really determines their own eating behavior. Qualified Kinesiologists that supportive effect, are interested in the German society of applied Kinesiology people Kinesiology assist e.V. James A. Levine, M.D. follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. in German society for applied can be only those Kinesiologists holistic Member, who have a solid training and commit to continuing vocational training.
Applied Kinesiology (“Kinesis” movement and “Logos” for teaching) is a method to the physical, to promote energy and mental mobility of people. The basis is that the man must be physically, mentally, and soul in balance, to be healthy and to feel comfortable. Applied Kinesiology aims therefore to restore the equilibrium between body, mind and soul in the case of any imbalance or strengthen this equilibrium, to act pre-emptively in this way. Kinesiology wants to not only help, but also personal growth enable clients by all potential and skills are developed. Because Kinesiology techniques already warped numerous musicians, athletes, students and executives to have their supposed “boundaries”, enjoys the teaching of the movement”popularity. Reasons for this are also located the kinesiological methods such as Muscle test, touch for health, or brain gym very successfully promoting learning in children and adults, as techniques for anxiety and stress relief, blocks solve or have been established to enable individual resources and potential. Nationwide, there are currently approximately 700 Kinesiologists organised in the DGAK.
On the website you can find out more, which Member in their own region is active and what treatment areas are offered. Information and contact Deutsche Gesellschaft for applied Kinesiology e.v. (DGAK) Dietenbacherstrasse 22 79199 Kirchzarten Tel. 0 76 61-98 07 56 press contact: Michael Gandhi Public Relations Mahajan Avenue 116 53125 Bonn Tel.: 0228-966-998-54