Teens

Kinesiology for teens

Supporting Teenagers’ Well-being and Development with Kinesiology

The teenage years mark a phase of rapid growth, hormonal fluctuations, and significant brain development. Alongside this growth, adolescents often navigate schooling stress, social pressures, and self-discovery. While some effortlessly navigate this period, many teenagers require guidance, emotional support, and tools for managing stress. Kinesiology emerges as a potent aid in calming the nervous system, regulating biochemical pathways, and alleviating emotional tension during this transformative stage.

Adolescents, while creatures of habit, can benefit immensely from understanding Kinesiology’s role. Once acquainted with its purpose, they often return for further sessions willingly.

With over 16 years of experience working with teenagers, I’ve observed evolving trends in health, social dynamics, and well-being. While these changes occur, core triggers and underlying issues persist. Teens often seek Kinesiology sessions for various reasons, including:

  • Hormonal imbalances and weight concerns
  • Skin issues
  • Anxiety and stress management
  • Mental health and overall well-being
  • Social isolation, friendship changes, or bullying
  • Body image, self-esteem, and self-identity
  • Academic pressure and learning challenges
  • Challenges related to self-harm, grief, or eating disorders

Sessions with teenagers are usually relaxed and conducive to open communication, fostering an environment where the root causes of issues can be addressed.

Kinesiology delves into the subconscious, addressing underlying causes without diagnosing or treating illnesses. For adolescents over 16, it’s advisable for them to have their sessions conducted independently, without parental presence, promoting a space for open discussion and personal exploration.

Discover the transformative potential of Kinesiology in supporting teenagers through this crucial phase of development. Empower your teenager to navigate challenges, embrace growth, and foster a sense of well-being and resilience.