Would you like a personalised therapy, tailored to your particular needs and designed to give fast and effective improvement in your well-being?
Do you want:
- fewer aches and pains?
- more energy?
- better sports performance?
Or perhaps you need help with:
- physical pain
- emotional stress
- organ problems such as bowel dysfunction, menstrual problems, etc.
- effects of toxicity such as food sensitivities and intolerances
- postural and movement problems
- muscle function
- co-ordination problems
- sensory imbalances
- fears, phobias and other limiting behaviours or belief patterns
Or are you just ready to experience a different approach to help you deal with the stresses you feel you are up against in your life?
Whatever you feel you need help with, Chris offers an opportunity to work with all aspects of your being – physical, emotional & energetic – towards achieving your goals and restoring your body to its natural balance.
Using a simple non-invasive assessment tool – muscle testing – kinesiology can help you to get to the root of a problem and discover what you need to help resolve it. More than just an easy way to identify food and chemical sensitivities, kinesiology focuses on restoring balance to the body, as shown in the video below.
Homeopathy is a form of ‘energy medicine’ that has been used worldwide for over 200 years, where your symptoms and general characteristics are used to identify the most appropriate remedy or remedies for your condition. As the remedies used are non-chemical in nature, they are suitable for any age and any condition, including pregnancy, and cannot interact with any prescribed medication being taken.
For more information, including clinics and fees. please use the menu at the top of the page. Then contact Chris to arrange an appointment to help you get back to your natural state of balance and well-being!
Feel great in body and mind!
Chris Halls is a systematic kinesiologist and homeopath practising in King’s Lynn and Swaffham, Norfolk, UK. Chris is registered with the Association of Systematic Kinesiology (ASK) and the Complementary Medical Association (CMA).