What does balance look like for you? How do you find it?
We are all seeking it in some shape or form, yet it can be somewhat elusive especially when it comes to an area we want to be successful in – something we really want. For me, there are many aspects to "balance" - all of which involve body, mind and heart. As we evolve (and let’s face it, grow older), the type of balance we are seeking evolves, too. I've come to realise that balance is an ongoing commitment to myself (and to those around me). It takes careful intention, awareness, flow as well as discipline and flexibility in equal measure.
Recently, I’ve returned from Germany, my place of origin, spending precious time with family and friends. I’ve been pondering and literally living ‘balance’ as I took time to relax, switch off and refuel. Being back where I grew up provided a perfect opportunity to reflect, gain perspective, allowing me to take stock and see how far I’ve come, since my last visit three years ago. It made me realise that too often we look for the things that aren’t right and focus on the ever-growing “to do” list - we beat ourselves up unnecessarily or keep pushing ourselves. Yet, the power is in finding a balanced approach to life & our goals, our achievements & failures, and most importantly, who we want to be or don’t want to be.
Naturally there are many tools that aid our quest for balance – kinesiology has helped me in more ways than I can express in words; I know I wouldn’t be who and where I am today without some of the insights I’ve gained, let alone healing some of my physical ailments that held me back. It is not a coincidence that a kinesiology session is referred to as "having a balance”, aiming to centre, align and indeed, balance you. Each session is individually tailored to address your health/life goal, helping you get closer to who (and how) you want to be. Who do you want to be?