Many personal trainers call themselves holistic but do they truly know what that means?
Being a holistic personal trainer can be very complex when working with clients because to be holistic is looking at the body from the inside out. What I have been doing for the last 18 years in London is using a holistic approach utilizing tai chi, meditation, yoga, chakra rebalancing, shamanism oils, healing, herbs mantras and diet and lifestyle analysis.
I use a very comprehensive corrective exercise assessment system with over 145 individual assessments that combined take up to 5 hours. As a Master CHEK practitioner based in London, I use functional assessments as well as therapies gleaned from ancient wisdom. I also use Shamanic practices to ascertain any blockages along the ancestral line which may be impacting the individuals’ current growth and healing.
During my 18 years of practice as a holistic personal trainer based in London, I have seen many people not reach their health and exercise goals (89%) because they are not under correct coaching and supervision.Using a comprehensive holistic assessment protocol, I am able to correctly identify where the pain is coming from.The holistic assessment informs the planning of the programme tailored to the individual which guarantees the results.
Given the high number of people not meeting their health and fitness goals (98%), it is my view that this is due to the vast majority of personal trainers taking a very narrow view of health and fitness. Given this narrow view and therefore limited understanding of the individual, more often than not the real cause of the issue with the individual is misdiagnosed or missed altogether.
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