Courses in Kinesiology

By | January 1, 2011

Courses in Kinesiology with Sahaja Springer

I took my first courses in kinesiology with a man called David Bridgman in Sydney 18 years ago while we were running the Sydney Transformation Centre – they really changed things around in my life and gave me a whole new direction that has stood me in good stead ever since.  In fact both Sahaja and I were so enthusiastic about all we learned first from David and then later from many others including Dr Bruce Dewe, that we have never looked back since and both use the skills we learnt in our daily work, albeit given our own very personal flavour.

Sahaja has been teaching courses in kinesiology – specifically Touch for Health – for more than ten years.

Just as happened for us, a few weekends with her during these interesting trainings can give you skills that you will use for your lifetime.

Its not that easy to explain what kinesiology really is.. mainly because it is such a huge umbrella which encompasses many diverse areas – and pulls in a wide range of aspects to health and healing.  Yes certainly the skill of muscle testing or muscle monitoring as it is also known, which is taught during the courses in kinesiology is quite standardised, but this method of assessment if you like can be applied in so many different ways.

Both Sahaja and I in our kinesiology consultations use the skill with a flavour which is very distinctly our own.  Sahaja has a profound depth of intuition which colours her consults in a way which can only be experienced.

I also know that having done courses in kinesiology as well as practiced for many years, that my own intuition has been honed and developed as well.  It’s very satisfying when I allow that sense of being assisted in my consults to really take over and let the flow of the consult work by itself.

One of the things that David taught us both which has stood us in very good stead was never to evaluate the other person.  This has been a principle that we have both employed in all our work and our lives.

Evaluation of the other does not allow that person to reach to their own conclusions and can often give them a sense of being ‘put down’ or made less of.

These added extras – the subtleties of being a good practitioner who gets results consistently and has a steady stream of clients waiting to see them – are the vital aspects that Sahaja brings to her teaching.

So if you are thinking about doing Touch for Health with Sahaja this year, you will find that during these courses in kinesiology that you will be offered great wisdom and a depth of knowledge that goes far beyond the syllabus of the course.