Fibromyalgia- FREE talk and food testing on powerful, natural ways to help.

November 20, 2017

Over the years we have treated an increasing number of clients suffering with chronic pain and Fibromyalgia.

The symptoms we have witnessed have been so much more than just excruciating pain and soreness. Clients report of incredible, depilitating stiffness, insomina, lethargy, restless legs, brain fog, intense sugar cravings, depression, weight issues. And sadly, so much more.

As Health Practitioners our objective is to treat the client holistically-as a ‘whole person’.

This means that  we take a thorough assessment of the client to appreciate the circumstances leading up to their condition. We look at their medical history, emotional profiles, traumas, lifestyle, food and fluid intake.We determine the levels of toxicity in their body and how efficient our client’s body is in both elimination and absorption and determine vitamin and mineral deficiencies in addition to food sensitivity testing.

The ending results (normally clients notice positive changes within 2 weeks) are rather astonishing and life transformational.

Common findings are;

*Increase in energy and optimism

*Drastic reduction in pain and tenderness

*Calmness and clearer thinking

*More mobility and flexibilty

Our hearts literally EXPLODE when we see such beautiful transformations- especially when so swiftly and naturally.

We LOVE helping people at Health’s Angels and this is why we are doing a FREE talk on natural ways to help Fibromyalgia. It will include free food testing, a lifestyle analysis and a non-invasive Thermographic, digestive scan.

Please do share this to anyone that may be interested.

When is the talk? November 29th 10am-12pm

Where? Health’s Angels Clinic -Bexley, Kent.

Call us now to book you place 01322 555600 or email on

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Cross Crawl

July 11, 2015

Cross crawl is an exercise that I teach on our Kinesiology courses and it is essentially an exaggerated walk which facilitates the crossover of energy between the left and right hemispheres of the brain. This is important because when our energy doesn’t crossover, it slows down dramatically and can severely inhibit our ability to function well and even heal.

When we are born our energy runs in a homolateral pattern (homolateral means straight up and down) and it is actually the act of crawling that establishes the pattern of allowing our energy to crossover. Interestingly more and more experts are now realising that children who do not learn to crawl are more likely to develop learning disabilities.

To perform the cross crawl, lift your left leg and right arm together and then lift your right leg and left arm together, as if you are marching. As you move your limbs, gently twist your upper body so that as you raise your arm it crosses over the mid-line of the body to the opposite side. One of the many variations you can use is to tap a hand to the opposite knee.

cross crawl
It is well documented that cross crawl helps us improve memory, concentration and digestion. It reduces stress and anxiety, enhances creativity, lymph flow and boosts the efficiency of our immune system.

So why not give it a try and perhaps even monitor how you and your family feel after a week?  … And for anyone who wants to find out even more new thinking and potentially life changing techniques to boost the heath and well-being of you and your family, you may like to consider investing in some Kinesiology training.

My next course starts soon and I have a taster event coming up next month for anyone who wants to find out more before they commit. There are only a few spaces left for the taster event, so please do contact me (Vanessa at Health’s Angels) as soon as possible if you’d like to join us.

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The Thymus Thump

July 11, 2015

The thymus thump is just one of many empowering techniques that I use as a Kinesiologist and although it can be done by someone who hasn’t trained in Kinesiology it does have the potential to become even more powerful when combined with muscle testing.

Quick Thymus Facts

  • The thymus is your immune system’s surveillance gland.
  • The word thymus comes from the Greek word ‘thymos’ which means “life energy.”
  • The thymus gland lies just beneath the upper part of the breastbone in the middle of the chest (think Tarzan)

How To do It

Using all your fingertips, tap firmly in the middle of the chest (as shown in the image below.)
It is even more powerful to tap in an anti-clockwise direction in a waltz time of 1-2-3, 1-2-3, etc., as this works with the natural rhythms of the body
Do this for about 20 seconds and breathe deeply in and out.
You may know when you have activated the thymus gland as it can enduce a tingling feeling or a subtle sense of joy and well-being.
For some people it may take a little time before you ‘feel’ anything but do stick with it coz the benefits are enormous.
Do this every day if you can but do this several times a day if you are suffering from anxiety, panic attacks or stress and allow your life energy to come alive.

Thymus Thump

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