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About me

Cynthia Jessica Kohler-Jones, with German-African-American, massaic and native american roots, born in 1978 under the fire signs of leo, married and mother of two children.

 

As a trained chemical-technical assistant and owner of an online shop for natural cosmetics, I set out in search of a deeper professional challenge.


As an Accompanying Kinesiologist I offer you a safe and nurturing atmosphere where you can let go of your worries and just relax.
With a lot of knowledge and empathy I support you on the way to your balance.

  • training as Accompanying Kinesiologist Meridianum Institute, Schenkenzell

  • work at own practice since 2017

  • certified Vitality & Relaxation Trainer

  • member of an ongoing Kinesiology Supervision Group

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Peace is letting it be. Letting life flow, letting emotions flow through you. -Kamal Ravikant

My philosophy of work

It is my desire to guide you in a professional and focused way during the processing of your life topics.

 

I'm constantly fascinated by the body intelligence of each individual and amazed how easy it can be to find the right solution with the help of this intelligence.


During our time working together, respectful behaviour is a matter of course, including the maintenance of confidentiality.
I am aware that medication belongs in the hands of a doctor or alternative practitioner. I do not diagnose or prescribe.

I don't treat diseases but work exclusively on the imbalance/stress that can cause a disease.


I use supervision, constantly educate myself, and respect my professional and technical limits.

When your energy vibrates at a frequency that is in direct alignment with what the universe has been attempting to deliver your entire life, you begin to live in the flow and true miracles start to happen. -Panache Desai
My way to Kinesiology

From childhood to adulthood, I suffered different traumas.
But one childhood trauma was so drastic that the memories of it kept catching up with me.
As a teenager, I often went through very dark times where I fled reality and harmed myself.

At 22, I became pregnant and the tide turned.
Even though the years before I was not able to take responsibility for myself and my life, I was now ready to do so.
With the birth of my son, a new phase of my life began.
The bond of love gave me an inner strength and stability.
Nevertheless, there was still this shadow of memories that kept pulling the rug out from under me.

At the age of 36, the cup was full and my mental stress affected my physical well-being.
In addition to anxiety and constant migraine attacks, I also suffered from dangerously high blood pressure. With the help of school medicine, I was able to get this under control by taking blood pressure-lowering medication every day, but in my eyes this did not solve the cause.
 
By a lucky coincidence I got to know Health Kinesiology.

The holistic approach of this method, as well as the fact that it doesn't only fight symptoms, but specifically searches for the origin of a problem, inspired me from the beginning and was ultimately exactly what I was looking for.
So I began to get deeply involved in this effective method and removed a layer of stress with every kinesiology session.
At a certain point, I was also allowed to work on my traumas.
I faced my shadow, walked through the pain, and gradually allowed myself to heal.
The memories remain, of course, but they are not as present as they were then and do not weaken me today. I look at the situations that happened today more from a bird's eye view.
And when I have the feeling that my inner child needs love, I get in touch with it.

Kinesiology challenged me to take responsibility for my life and to make decisions, which in the end had a positive effect on my physical health, as well as on my whole life.

I owe it to kinesiology that I am still aware of the warning signals of my body and have developed a sensitive feeling for my behavior and thought patterns.
In doing so, I draw on my own abilities and strengths and can therefore live a self-determined life.

I would like to share this insight and the power of self-awareness with my clients.

Trauma is not just an event that took place sometime in the past; it is also the imprint left by that experience on mind, brain and body.
-Bessel van der Kolk
Important note

Kinesiology has been one of the world's proven methods of treatment and therapy for about 50 years, and it is still strictly scientifically controversial.


This means for the common scientific term the accompanying kinesiology is not a medicine and not a sufficient substitute for a classical medical or psychotherapeutic treatment.


In the case of health complaints or illnesses, medical or psychotherapeutic treatment, i.e. the help of a doctor, alternative practitioner or psychotherapist, should therefore be sought.

However, the accompanying kinesiology is undisputedly to be understood as health and life counselling.

According to a large number of holistically oriented doctors, alternative practitioners and psychotherapists, the accompanying kinesiology can contribute to the alleviation of health complaints or diseases.

Its therapeutic efficacy is not proven by scientific findings, but is consolidated by the many and varied experiences of our clients.

Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.-Carl Jung
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