Be Free Therapies

I help people struggling with inner-pain and digestive issues, who are tired of taking drugs and are ready for change through natural solutions- to retrieve and maintain their health.

Transform your Body-Energy and pain into Vitality... Natural Keys to Living a Balanced Life

Does any of this sound like you?

Heart burn. Food sensitivities. Abdominal pain. Headaches. Candida. Eczema. Colitis. Bloating. Nausea. IBS. Inflammations. Depression. Dizziness. Flu symptoms. Hip pain especially on the right. Lower back pain. System weakness. Bowel gas. Fatigue and lethargy. Neck aches/ stiffness. fluid retention. Shoulder issues. Joint pains. 
 Frequent infections
Excess weight
Fitful or interrupted sleep, insomnia, thrush. 
Frequent crying, lack of concentration and focus, feeling a mess, 
mystery illnesses- 
and the list goes on...

with get the benefit of finding your imbalances and CORRECTING them on the following levels in ways tailored to your own personal body's needs...

Stages of a single regular session:

1. Identifying the imbalance related to the problem
2. Finding the nutrition that supports you to be the way you want to be.
3. Correcting the imbalances on the following 4 levels to bring about desired change:

Emotional – methods which change mind-set and emotional conflict
Electrical – includes nerve support, aura leaks, chakra balances and meridian flow in the body and acupressure.
Structural – Lymphatic support and drainage. Skin, bone and muscular support.
Chemical – Endocrine Boost and Balance: hormone harmony for your weight, mood and immunity. Nutritional challenges for major organs.
Original price is £70 per hour-
see Offers for low-cost clinic prices.

Why Anger is Healthy!

Why Anger is Healthy!

"Temper, temper!"

Ever been told to "keep your temper"?
What happens if we do? I always remember the caterpillar in Alice in Wonderland! He eventually exploded with rage.

Many grow up thinking that anger is not a virtue, that it's damaging to one's health and socially unacceptable to display. In this post I will explore 3 reasons why anger is healthy, help you to identify when anger becomes unhealthy and recognise what you can do about it.

Why is anger healthy?

1- Anger helps us define what we like and what we don't like. In other words, anger identifies our boundaries.

2- Helps you know who you are via your value system.
If we don't know what works for us and what doesn't, we can't connect with what kind of person we are. This is because our value system is built upon our priorities. Our priorities really pop out when we feel angry!

3- Anger helps you get in touch with your self-worth. It shows you that you feel you deserve better, or alerts you that something is out of alignment. This encourages you to ask for what you want, which when done towards the correct audience, affirms your deservingness.

When does it start to corrode our health?

Although anger is healthy and natural, STAYING angry is NOT healthy. Nor is it quite natural if it sets into the cells and becomes old.  It festers into resentment.

Anger is natural, yet we shun it because we are frightened of the consequences, we treat the feeling within us with shame, we suppress it till we explode. Some of us suppress it till it gives rise to other suppressed feelings which we disconnected from which  could turn into depression.

This happens when we experience a myriad of emotions without a voice, without a right or without a vent. As a result, the pressure builds up. We leave it in the dark corners, without honouring them or their messages regarding the value of who we are. This sends messages to our brain that we are undeserving!

 The physical consequences of resentment are: 

  • Digestive issues
  • Glandular imbalance 
  • Stresses the Liver
  • Depression
  • low tolerance threshold
  • Energy leak
  • Poor self-worth
  • Muddled thinking 
  • Self-sabotage

If only we were taught at school how to express anger and release it, as most of us are too afraid to do so and have no guidelines on how to do that step by step in an acceptable manner. Many of us have experienced that it is not safe to voice anger, or witness it.

Expressing anger appropriately 

Be clear with yourself about how you feel:

Once you understand your values (what is important to you) you will know when your own boundaries have been crossed when your values are unmet. This could be used to explain the reason for feeling angry.

You can also use this as a guideline to explain what you prefer and what matters in order for things to work for you.
Asking for what you want will help you feel better, be heard, and many times you'll find you get what you're asking for as a result of the clarity.

Remember- anger is often an inner alert to motivate you to receive what you want. The simplest way to that is to:

1. Know what you want
2. Ask for what you want. Be clear.
3. Make a decision where applicable.

Avoiding blame is a huge advantage to your anger being honoured and heard. This is because it means people don't have to run away, or duck when we cast stones at them. We can get straight to the point of asking for what we want. It also means they feel safe enough to listen and also hear what you're asking for.

Step by step phrases that can help you deal with anger :

  • "This ....(situation, event or circumstance) ... doesn't sit well with me.
  • It does not sit well with my values, which makes me feel ......(angry/uncomfortable etc....) and I prefer not to continue this anymore. For this ...(situation, event, or circumstance)... to feel right for me, I need ......"

Alternatively, fill in the blanks:

  • This does not sit well with me.
  • This does not sit well with me because ....... / (or) I feel ......... because .........
  • For things to work for me, I need/ prefer ........

Resist the temptation to use blame in the blanks!

How communicating anger benefits physical health.

  • Your self-worth increases
  • It is a sign of maturity
  • It allows room for compassion
  • It stops the anger having the upper hand and gaining power over you because you have voiced it.
  • You create better boundaries
  • You create better relationships

As a kinesiologist I support my clients to move past feeling guilt or shame regarding anger and assist them to metabolise various emotions. Using various protocols in Kinesiology and EFT, sessions target pushing old or stuck emotions out of the cells and replacing them with vital energy.

Ultimately clients can gain the clarity that is taking shape for them through their emotional experiences and discover how it enriches their lives without them feeling helpless.

To find out more about how I can help you click on the Treatments tab above or the  Contact Me tab.

It's "Just" Stress - Do you have its Symptoms?

It's "just" Stress...

The Effects of Fight or Flight / Freeze

Any stressful situation activates the fight or flight/ freeze mechanism in the brain. This means the body's regular convention of regaining balance is insufficient and certain measures need to be followed.

The body orchestrates physical changes to cope... but coping should not be an ongoing and permanent state. The following list of physical changes that ensue due to coping may shed light on why coping permanently is not a good idea:

  • Increased heart-rate and blood pressure
  • Thickening of the blood. Reduces excess bleeding - even if you're not bleeding.
  • Reduction of digestive secretions- fluids are directed to the bloodstream where they are needed to save your life. Digestion is the last thing you need to do when your life-line is threatened. The body does not make any difference between lions attacking in the wild, or an argument with colleagues.
  • Liver releases stored energy so glucose and fats flow into the blood, giving instant energy for the situation.
  • Increase of thyroid hormones to speed up disposable energy becoming available
  • Bowel and bladder muscles become loose
  • Continual release of adrenalin and cortisol - hormones which cause reducing life-span and weight-gain despite healthful eating.
  • Dilated pupils
  • Dilation of airways allowing more oxygen intake.

These physical changes are necessary in the face of immediate physical danger. But they do not resolve arguments, or frustration with faulty office equipment, or job dissatisfaction, or loneliness. The body does not know the difference. If someone is in a constant state of these physical changes, they naturally experience:

  • Blood pressure issues
  • Blood clots and cholesterol
  • Digestive issues - e.g. IBS
  • muscle tensions leading to shoulder, neck and back aches/ migraines
  • Thyroid Problems
  • Low immunity
  • Sleep disruption
  • Blurred vision attributed to "age"
  • Asthma
  • Stubborn weight gain and an ageing appearance
  • Over-worked major organs
  • Auto-immune dis-ease
  • Allergies
Self-help and emotional support, where we learn to process stress and severe emotions, is hugely beneficial. It can and has changed physical conditions simply because the causes have been reduced. The comforting part is- the methods can be learnt and used independently so you could have the skills at your fingertips!

Emotions = Energy-in-motion

Emotions = Energy-in-motion

What lies behind the unconscious doors of your mind? Healing begins there.

Ensuring Emotional Stress Does Not Devastate our Physical Health

A Brief History of Medicine

Patient:   "Doctor, I have a headache"
4000 BC: "What is stressing you right now?"
2000 BC: "That condition can't be measured. Here, eat this root."
1000 AD: "That root is heathen. Here, say this prayer."
1850 AD: "That prayer is superstition. Here, drink this potion."
1940 AD: "That potion is snake oil. Here, swallow this pill."
1985 AD: "That pill is ineffective. Here, take this antibiotic."
2000 AD: "That antibiotic has huge side-effects. Here, eat this root."
2013 AD: "That root is not pesticide-free. What is stressing you right now?"

Many say we have come full circle!  Dr. Judith Orloff writes: 
"If you're hurting and come to a situation ... open to the possibilities of what can help, healing will flow organically. If, however you have a mind-set fixed in stone... you'll deprive yourself of the creative instincts nature has given you to surmount crises... Let us recognise every method with merit." - Guide to Intuitive Healing, 2000.
This is what authentic Systematic Kinesiology embraces- every method in combination gives a greater value than a single method on its own.

Emotions ...

It is the elephant in the room. So obviously present as the main component to dis-ease or malaise, yet many don't notice it or care to look at it. Yet it is undoubtedly a symptom. When I refer to 'symptoms' in this blog, I will primarily mean emotions as the main symptom. Why not? Isn't stress a growing epidemic of our times? Stress does not fall under structural problems, or nutritional or even genetic components to problems. It is felt within ourselves. It falls under the feeling components of our beings; Emotion.

Yes, I would consider emotion a symptom. Not necessarily a bad one. Symptoms do their job. They get your attention, therefore they merit your attention. There is nothing wrong with the emergence of symptoms, because it is an alert to something.

Does our culture promote this?

Or does it fear this? perhaps suppresses it? Seeing any symptoms and emotions as problems that need to be eliminated, unseen, unheard, unfelt. They are socially unacceptable. However if symptoms, i.e. emotions, are the end-result of something, then there must be something behind them all.-See The Way Around It below.

If we have a cellular memory of an emotion, it gets locked into our cells and becomes evidence via 'medical symptoms'. Let us pretend I could not, as a child, voice the fact that changing schools scared me, because I wanted to be strong and do as I was told. Soon afterwards I develop tonsillitis. It is a typical condition I have growing up all my life. Mostly because I do not allow myself to voice my feelings. I swallow them. The secondary symptom of stuffed down emotion was: ulcers all over my tonsils. Take a few pills to bring down the swelling. Have a few oranges and gargle with lemon and tea. Problem solved. Or is it? The problem would just re-emerge regularly because the habit of holding back emotion and 'forgetting about it' is not addressed, not acknowledged, not validated, not given any justice or honour by simply admitting it, witnessing it and voicing it to my own self. Why couldn't I at least do that with my own self?


I don't want to feel uncomfortable. I'm afraid I won't stop crying. I'm afraid my feelings would mean I'm weak, guilty, unspiritual or whatever I was taught to think vis-a-vis people with negative feelings.

Often people are frozen with fear this way, and it gets locked into their cellular memories and they carry it around and forget all about it, thinking, "It's gone now. I've put that aside and got over it. This no longer affects me." 
Is that really true? 
If we put something away in a closet does that mean it's gone? 
And are we 'over it' because we forgot the feeling? 
I have had clients with auto-immune dis-ease tell me that a devastating event in their lives no longer affects them because, and I quote-
"I am a cerebral person, I don't give in to much emotion. I like to be logical, I don't really have feelings about this subject". 
With Kinesiology, there is no guess work. The body does not lie- and the muscle test reveals that emotions denied or unprocessed by the bearer directly correlate with the physical dis-ease. The person perhaps cannot recall their feelings because they put them away neatly. They become disconnected from them. It is a way of coping that is hard-wired into us.

Despite these statements that emotions are not an issue, and that the client is "over it", the language they use around their experience is charged and the muscles in various parts of their bodies tense up and the longer they voluntarily spend on the topic, the more irritable they become. Isn't that interesting? I wonder why there is a resistance to the emotions if they are not there?

Fear. Naturally. 
and that's OK. It only takes admitting to the fear and we experience instant relaxation about being afraid that we are feeling something we thought we weren't supposed to feel. That is the culture- to be cerebral, sensible and do away with feelings we are not supposed to have. 
How much harsh judgement do we have on our selves? To be and do what a human-being does naturally- feel- is by our education, deemed "not the done thing', "not cool", "effeminate and whimsical", "wimpy", "rude" and we decide that it means something negative about us. That is how we are brought up. When did we learn to properly process emotion??

It is OK to have a negative feeling. It is not healthy, however, to stuff it down and forget about it. It puts the emotion on freeze mode into our cells and we would still be vibrating at the level of the fear and it catches up with us one way or other.
"Severe emotions impair the immune system, while release from panic or despair frequently increase interleukins, vital substances in the immune system that help activate cancer-killing immune cells." -Norman Cousins, author of Love, Medicine and Miracles

The Way Around It In Brief

There are many gentle ways of releasing toxic emotions even if they are forgotten and hard to re-connect with, thanks to Kinesiology. There are also methods of finding the forgotten emotional causes of symptoms, thanks to Kinesiology. It is paramount to respect one's own pace at letting go. See Our Philosophy for more info.

Stress and emotion is very unique to the individual. There is no one-set formula that reduces these for everyone. All methods work, it is a question of when the particular method is employed and what the client responds to most at the time. Is the client ready? willing? aware? cooperative? being truthful with themselves?
  1. Reconnect with an old fear- it is the root of the problem.
  2. Dissolve the memories of the old fear. There are many relaxing and, or fun methods. Some are as straight forward as simply saying how you feel!
  3. Change the interpretation of what happened and the impact it had. Again- there are many methods. Kinesiology and other meridian therapies in general are equipped with many tools not touched upon on this website.
  4. Support your system with life-enforcing foods and supplements. Bach Remedies help emotional release and stability in a huge way. Test which one your emotional body is calling out for with Kinesiology. Homeopathic remedies are also wonderful. See below for suggested Homeopathic supplement regarding emotion.
 See EFT for one example of using the nervous system to address and harmonise emotional distress and physical inflammations held in the emotional body. Reiki and Auric Repair is fairly popular at BeFreeHealing. Emotion and Nutrition is an additional method in Kinesiology, not forgetting the Importance of Lymph. Lymphatic work is hugely beneficial in releasing trapped cellular emotions. Supplements from herbs or Homeopathy, such as Triple A or Adrenal Liquescence from NewVistas Healthcare, calms nerves, does not sedate or comatose, helps to relax and focus. A great choice pre-exams and the like- good for anxieties. Get in touch if you would like more info on how to obtain directly from New Vistas with a discount.

With Kinesiology, the employment of methods addressing the entire being to give a synergistic effect is what fast-forwards emotional liberation. Even when addressing emotional rebalancing, these are never overlooked and are addressed in every session- as they contribute to a supported and effective emotional release:
The lymphatic Component
The Endocrine Component
The Electric Component
The Structural Component
The Nutritional Component

The importance of Lymph

The Importance of Lymph.

Systematic Kinesiology is not only about muscle testing. It is about restoring the body to balance. When there is balance, there are no ailments, no symptoms and problems areas quickly go back to being restored.

One of the most important components of a treatment in Systematic Kinesiology is frequently over-looked and even unknown to most. It is a protocol using lymphatic support on strategic points in the body which revive and encourage the lymph.

Why is this important?

To answer this, we might want to look at what the lymphs do.

  • Lymphs are responsible for housing white blood cells.
  • Cleaning and clearing cells of poisons and waste-matter.
  • Repairing damage to cells and removing debris.
  • Receiving nutrition, hormones and oxygen from the blood and administering it where needed into the cells, as blood is too thick to enter the cells to do this. Whereas lymphs can easily access the cell-chamber.
  • They hunt down harmful bacteria, cancer cells and pathogens and flush them out.
  • They are a powerful part of the defence forces in the body. Our immunities rely heavily on the lymphatic system.

Speaking of restoring balance, how does lymphatic-fluid circulate?

Lymphatic fluids don't circulate like blood. They aren't pumped around the body by the heart. They flow in and out of cell membranes by relying on body movements. (Hence hyperactivity in children who eat sugar and toxic foods. The constant motions in those children results partly because their lymphs start to get the cleaning done immediately and lymph relies on muscle and joint motions to get into the cells).

The lymphs flow into cells to clean it out and repair it, then out again to the blood and deposits the waste for it to be carried away for elimination. It also picks up nutrients delivered by the blood, goes back into the cells and administers these. This is a simplified way of explaining how lymph circulates and what the benefits are.

Sometimes, with time, lymphs can become a little lazy and cells can shrivel and access to them may shrink a bit. This means the lymph might not visit the interior of the cells so often, if they aren't moving with as much vitality. Result: the cells miss out on nourishment and being cleaned out. 
Also if for any reason the cell walls have shrunk a little due to lack of proper hydration, then the lymphs, lazy or not, would have less of a chance getting through to feed and maintain cells. This causes congestion and one sign of this in some people is swollen lymph areas when they're ill.

This is why Systematic Kinesiology assists via lymphatic acupressure protocols. It revives lazy lymphs, opens up cell-doors and allows the body to increase its own vitality. The body can perform its own miracles and it was designed to do it. It just needs a little strategic support. With this kind of assistance, you could be surprised how quickly you vanquish nasties like Candida, Parasites, IBS, hormone imbalance and general inflammation.

One can eat very healthily and battle against many symptoms, but why struggle by addressing only one part of the Jigsaw? Nutrition is important, emotional well-being is paramount. But we can always boost these tools by helping the lymphs to utilise what we put into our bodies.

See Digestive M.O.T  and Endocrine Boost & Balance.