CASTLE STREET CLINIC, GUILDFORD  
NEWSLETTER  WINTER 2018

Welcome to our Winter edition newsletter. With the days becoming shorter and darker, we hope to help you happily through the coming months. We offer a variety of therapies to prepare you for fighting off those nasty colds, flu and the winter blues from nutritional advice to relaxing aromatherapy massages. For those special Christmas presents don’t forget our gift vouchers or come and browse thought the books we offer for sale..this month we are also focussing on digital detox..see our Book of the Month.

BOOK OF THE MONTH

Stop Staring at Screens: A Digital Detox for the Whole Family by Tania Goodin

Technology was designed to make our lives easier, and yet it's one of the biggest drivers of family rifts and stress. Making healthy and realistic decisions about when and where you really need technology can be tricky but is essential for restoring harmony in your home. Stop Staring at Screens has the answers you need.

* Find sanity-saving solutions and practical tips
* Follow diagnostic quizzes
* Identify key triggers 
* Address common issues
* Learn what works best for you and your family



                  

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Healthy Winter Food!

 

Roasted Sweet potato and carrot soup

500 g Sweet Potatoes peeled and cut into chunks
300g carrots peeled and cut into chunks
2 tbsp olive oil
2 onions chopped
1 L vegetable Stock
100ml crème fraiche
Heat oven to 200 c. put sweet potatoes and carrots and onions into roasting tin and drizzle with 2 tbsp olive oil. Roast for 25-30 mins. When cooked cool slightly then put in blender until smooth. Stir in crème fraiche, season and reheat until hot.


FOCUS ON:……MARCIA FLETCHER

I was inspired to train as a kinesiologist in 2001 after witnessing a friend being cured of medically diagnosed asthma. Kinesiology’s holistic approach of working with the body’s energy systems was immediately attractive and thought provoking. Practicing kinesiology has made a big impact on my life and career and continues to do so. With an ever increasing need to find new ways to heal our bodies, kinesiology can provide innovative techniques to tackle many of the body’s imbalances that lead to the chronic illnesses which the West is finding more challenging to treat. With an earlier background in science, research and business, I have worked in clinics in Central London, Greenwich, Godalming, Exeter, and Guildford. In 2006 I practised kinesiology and introduced Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) to Guatemala, Central America. I also teach Touch for Health foundation kinesiology in the UK.

Spoilt for choice? We offer a FREE 15 minute consultation with one of our experienced Health Practitioners to help you choose the therapy which is right for you

For more information or details see us online at www.castlestreetclinic.com. call us on 01483 300400, email us at enquiries@castlestreetclinic.com or visit us at 36-37 Castle Street, Guildford, Surrey.


What is Kinesiology

  Kinesiology, uses muscle response testing (MRT) to identify the imbalances involved with your symptoms. MRT is renowned for being able to connect, uncover and help the underlying causes of health problems that are difficult to find by any other means. At the beginning of the session, the therapist will ask you questions about your health and lifestyle history. You will be asked to lie on a clinic couch fully clothed apart from your shoes and watch if you wear one. The kinesiologist will place your arms, legs or head into specific positions and then apply gentle pressure. Muscle testing gives the kinesiologist information and feedback from your body about its condition and can assess the order in which to treat the imbalances. Muscle response testing can detect imbalances in the body’s systems in four key areas: Chemical – nutrition, hormones, pH good health begins in the gut Structural - bones, muscles tissues Emotional – blocks, fears, phobias, trauma, stress Electrical – hydration, energy levels and energetic fields MRT can assess a person’s response to any stimulus. It can also establish connections between imbalances, put them in order of priority and determine the most effective treatment.

A treatment plan will be provided at the end of the session which may include changing your diet, adding nutritional supplements, gentle aligning exercises, massaging reflex points, lifestyle changes. Every person’s treatment plan will be tailored to their needs and a follow up session planned to monitor progress.

 Irritable Bowel Syndrome research project

 Do you suffer from IBS (Irritable bowel syndrome) and would you like to participate in a research project that uses kinesiology to improve your symptoms. Please contact me for more information. Email health@findthecause.com www.findthecause.com