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Liane Cugley

High Blood Pressure


According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (2011-12). 31.6% of all adult Australians suffer with hypertension (high blood pressure). From this 21.5% have high blood pressure and 10.1% are taking hypertension medications. Men are more likely to have high blood pressure (34.1%) compared to women (29.1%).

A healthy blood pressure is 120/80. The top number is referred to as systolic and is the amount of pressure in your arteries during contraction of your heart muscles. The lower number is referred to as diastolic and is the your blood pressure when your heart is between beats.

The exact causes of high blood pressure are uncertain. Several factors however do seem to contribute to the disorder. These include:
*Family History
*Excessive alcohol consumption
*Being overweight or obese
*Sedentary lifestyle
*High fat/salt diet
*Excessive caffeine
*Kidney disease
*Some medications

Having hypertension, or high blood pressure may cause heart attacks, kidney failure and stroke.
Unfortunately high blood pressure doesn’t usually show any symptoms, so it is important to get your blood pressure checked, especially as we age, as this is the highest number of people on hypertension medication.

As you can see from the above list, regular exercise and a healthy lifestyle can do wonders for your blood pressure. Within the kinesiology framework, I have a few detailed protocols that will help lower your blood pressure. I have found that within 3 – 6 sessions clients have noticed a vast improvement in their cardiovascular health, including reducing their blood pressure. CoEnzyme 10 which is a non-prescription supplement has shown to reduce high blood pressure.

Stress Management and Lifestyle Wellness Workshop


March 10th 2.30pm

Harmony Hall, Mundaring Wellness Centre

Craig St Mundaring

As You all know we all suffer from stress, even if we aren’t aware of it. When you’re living from a place of stress, your body and mind is not working at it’s optimum level. So this is where this this fun, interactive and informative workshop comes in. We will teach you these easy to use techniques to help manage your stress.

Myself and Elke Blight from Abundant Wholeness will be sharing with you, the many ways you can improve your overall wellness.

Every attendee will receive handouts to take home so you can have these techniques at your fingertips for when ever you may need them.

I will be demonstrating how kinesiology works and it’s many benefits, especially for stress.

There will be prices and giveaways.

Tickets available from Eventbrite 





Adrenal Fatigue


Kinesiology and Adrenal Fatigue

The adrenals are glands sit atop of your kidneys. They produce hormones that are required to sustain life such as cortisol which regulates metabolism. It also helps your body to respond to stress. Aldosterone is also excreted via the adrenal glands this is required for the control of blood pressure. Another hormone while not essential to sustain life, but helps your body in times of stress is adrenaline.

Having adrenal fatigue means you have lower levels of these hormones. These hormones can effect every system within your body. As this is the case, people who have adrenal fatigue will sometimes have slightly differing complaints, although many are similar.
These include:

Generally feeling unwell.
Tired even after sleep and rest.
Low energy and lethargy.
Lower than normal sex drive.
Muscle fatigue.
Depression and anxiety.
Craving certain foods.
Being rundown.
Feeling overwhelmed.
Exaggerated reactions to stressful situations.

Adrenal fatigue is classed as a modern condition due our busy lifestyles and the higher amount of stress present for most of us. While this condition is recognised by the World Health Organisation as common, most medical professionals are reluctant to confirm the existence of adrenal fatigue and many will tell you it doesn’t exist. This is where Kinesiology comes into play. We have a set of “Test your Stress” questions and body observation techniques which help us to identify your stress levels and if you are indeed suffering from adrenal fatigue.

As Kinesiology incorporates your physical, emotional, mental, hormonal, nutritional, biochemical and neurological systems we are able to treat adrenal fatigue as a whole body issue and ascertain where the “stress” started in the first place. As we use a monitoring muscle to test the biofeedback system within your body. It is your body that is indicating where the imbalance is located and what it would like to correct this imbalance. We incorporate the Chinese Meridian system and needle less acupuncture, flower essences, tuning forks (sound vibrations) and more to help with these corrections. We have a number of protocols to work with the adrenals, from your hormones, the function these hormones have in your many body systems they effect, to the anatomy and physiology of the adrenal glands themselves. Having Kinesiology sessions will leave you feeling more energetic, healthier and better to cope with every day life.

Kinesiology and your digestive system

Kinesiology is an effective tool when used for digestive problems and issues.

If you are low in Hydrochloric acid you maybe experiencing such symptoms as heartburn, bloating, belching, indigestion, constipation, allergies, chronic fatigue, adrenal fatigue, rectal itching, acne, gastric ulcers, hiatal hernias, badly formed stools and more.

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Easily Distracted

Are you or your children easily distracted, would you like to be able to concentrate better? Kinesiology can help you achieve this.

Energetic Kinesiology can help balance the parts of the brain that allows you to focus on your tasks at hand. We can also help balance areas of the brain that allow you to focus on your goals and release the stress associated with this.

Whether you would like to play sport better, concentrate more, do better at work or school, Kinesiology can “Help You to be the best You can be!”


Kinesiology and Muscle Monitoring

How can a muscle indicate that I have an emotional, mental or physical response to a certain situation or issue?

As all muscles are connected to the brain by biofeedback through our central nervous system, any stress whether conscious or subconscious, physical or emotional will register via monitoring muscles that are used in energetic kinesiology.

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