Keeping Mind Body Connections: Kinesiology
Linda Hood, Naturopath
Monday, January 7
5:30 - 7:00 p.m.
Join us for a fun interactive session to explore kinesiology, the scientific study of human movement, as a healing tool. The basis of kinesiology is that the body is an electrical system that is continually in communication with each of its 600+ muscles as well as its organs, systems and energy meridians. Applied Kinesiology uses the muscles of the body to allow you to communicate directly with your body. If a muscle is electrically in balance, the muscle remains strong when a stimulus is applied. If a muscle is out of balance, the muscle will become weak in the presence of an applied stimulus. Therefore, muscle testing is a system of obtaining feedback telling you the current functioning of your body and exactly what your body needs at any given moment. Come learn how to get answers from your body!
Linda Hood is a traditional Naturopath and wellness coach who focuses on the use of foods, essential oils, herbs, homeopathics, acupressure, reflexology, detoxing, exercise, emotional release and other all-natural, non-invasive means to help the body heal itself. Linda has over 30 years experiences as a professional leader in the wellness industry.
The “Keeping Mind Body Connections” series are free of charge to Center for Health & Healing MBSG graduates & Regional employees with name badges, and $5 at the door for any others interested in self-care. Reservations are required by Wednesday, January 2; we will meet in Gibbs Auditorium in the Cancer Center. RSVP by phone or email to Hunter Mahon, Center for Health and Healing, 864-560-1981 or by scheduling online: