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f ' Page B-8 Wednesday, September 24, 2014 " ., . + Photo by Robert Wolfington The staff at Body Kneads in Tyler recently took a continued education course regarding Health kinesiology, a practice offered by Cricket Raschke. Listening to the body's needs through Health Kinesiology Body Kneads in Tyler recently brought in a specialist in health kinesiology for continued education in the field By Robert Wolfington Cricket Raschke was looking for a way to ad- dress some health prob- lems she had experienced. When she found health kinesiology worked for her she decided it was some- thing she would learn and share with others. '1 got really, really sick. I was sleeping way too much and gaining weight for no reason/' said Ra- schke. "I ran into this and it really helped me so I de- cided that I was way too sick, my friends and family were way too sick, I had to figure out how to do this because I couldn't afford it." Raschke said HK works with a client's muscles and energy. "Health kinesiology is the study of muscles, we use muscle testing to get information from the body so we don't influence it. "We work with the 14 major meridians, when the energy from any one of those meridians is out of whack it can throw your body out of balance caus- ing all kinds of illnesses, strains and bad situations for yourself." Raschke said they are not there to diagnose ill- nesses. She said they work to help communicate with your body. "What we do is help your body connect those energies and allow your body to heal itself," said Raschke. Getting the opportunity to share with others the help she has received from HK has been important to YOUR IMMIINIZATION PRi] VIDER Seasonal influenza iflLJ) for all adult# Tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis (whoopitl , COLIh) Shingles for + tdult. 50 and older NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED! Raschke. "I love helping people. Everybody has their own specific problem but you work within a framework to help peo: pie," said said. Raschke works out of Body Kneads in downtown Tyler. In addition to HK, they provide mas- sages, tanning and salon ser- vices. "You can use health ki- nesiology in the massage session/' said Karl Altoff of Body Kneads. "You can find out what the body needs, if it needs a massage." Raschke said the body will tell you more than you Ask your pharmacist which ones are right for you. 183 North Tyler Street Tyler, MN 56178 Hendricks Community Hospital Association has many outrt',lch providers bringing a wide wwiety of services to the facility. 507-247-5504 or 877-477-0830 THRIFTY WHITE Vv "qll $5 Off Massage scheduled on October 21 or 23 $7 Foot Care Clinic on October 21 and 23 I Health Kinesiologist I $5 off appointments made until October 31 might realize. "Relax, find out what your body wants, every- body's body wants to be better," said Raschke. "We don't go any- "The only person who can help is yourself. Your stress is your own business. People around you can effect your stress, but you have to decide how you're going to deal with the stress." - Cricket Raschke added. where your body doesn't lead us. Let yourself feel what you're feeling. "If you get bad news, you get a headache and a stomach ache. That's a physical reaction to a physiological problem," she Raschke said the initial visit could take up to two hours to complete "There is no preparation time, we do encourage people to have a good meal before they come visit with us," said Raschke. Recently they had con- tinued education at Body Kneads with HK expert Michael Murphy. "It was fabulous for me" said Raschke. "He has been working on this for 20 years and I've only been working with this for 12 years." Raschke said she learned a different perspective on HK during Murphy's visit. "He came at it with a male perspective versus my female perspective. I got to see him work with my clients where I have gotten into a routine. He showed me things I hadn't even thought about." Murphy has traveled around the world practic- ing HK and radiokinesis. "He has traveled and worked with so many peo- ple," said Raschke. Althoff has learned a little bit about HK over the years but said having Mur- phy in Tyler helped her understand the practice even better. "I have had the first couple of levels of learn- ing what it is Cricket does," said Althoff. "What he brought in was getting us the next step up. It's good for us to see where people can go." Raschke said people who come in for a visit are asked to bring a list of things they would like to change in their life. "They basically forget about their problems," said Raschke. "I have people bring in a wish list of what they would like to accom- plish in their life. After a few sessions they go back and look at their list and they have forgotten about their problems. You have to remind them they had a problem." As people deal with stress, Raschke said there is only one person who can truly deal with the problem. "The only person who can help is yourself. Your stress is your business." said said. "People around you can affect your stress, but you have to decide how you're going to deal with the stress." 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