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What is a Natural Health Assessment?

Everyone deserves to have a vibrant and healthy life.

As a Clinical Herbalist, I believe that we should be connected with not only our environment around us but within ourselves as well.

Plants have a sacred language for the mental, emotional, physical and spiritual wellness for all people.

Whether you’re struggling with stress or body ailments and conditions - you deserve to have support on this healing journey from someone who understands you and the world around us.


It’s my duty as a Clinical Herbalist, to serve and guide you on this Solful Path and your overall well-being.


“Is a Natural Health Assessment right for me?"

Ask yourself these questions...


Are you looking for alternative ways to help your wellness outside of the modern medical system?

Do you feel intuitively drawn to the natural world and holistic models of wellness?

Are you struggling with taking medications and want a natural alternative option?

Are you seeking natural support with an existing condition?

Are you struggling with problems that the modern medical system can’t seem to solve?

Are you tired of being overlooked or disregarded by the modern medical system?

Are you looking for a personalized solution specifically for you vs a one-size-fits-all, general approach?

Are you ready to make a commitment to yourself and this path?


Only you know what’s right for you and your health. I’m here to guide those who are willing to take that step and make a commitment to themselves and their healing journey.



“What modalities do you use in your Natural Health Assessments?"

I use a combination of Muscle Response Testing or “Kinesiology” and RBTI or “REAMS”.


What is “Muscle Response Testing”?

Simply stated, is an “energy connection”. It is a technique that utilities a “muscle response” as an indicator and assessment of the energy status of a specific organ, gland, system or even structure.

This assessment is accomplished by testing numerous reflexes, which are similar to “acupuncture points” and “meridians”. When testing these points, the practitioner monitors the reactance of the muscle when in contact. The more the body reacts when an energy is imbalanced on that specific point, the weaker the muscle response will be.

In MRT, it aims to discover what exactly caused the energy to respond in that way and personalize exactly what that specific individual need to implement to aid in their overall wellness.


How is a Muscle Response Test conducted?

In MRT, the practitioner typically applies a single, downward push on the wrist of a client’s outstretched arm while also making contact with specific reflex points on the client’s body. Or the practitioner can have the client holds the practitioner’s wrist and the practitioner would then use themselves as the energy contact while also making contact with the specific reflex points on the client’s body.


What is “REAMS" or “RBTI"?

Reams Biological Theory of Ionization or “RBTI” provides a small “snapshot” of your body’s health by telling us what is currently happening within your body on the inside and notifies the practitioner what needs to be address for overall wellness.

RBTI is also called “REAMS” due to Dr. Carey Reams, a biophysicist who created it!


What does the RBTI test show?

RBTI determines body pH top and lower, what calcium is needed for your body chemistry, what your digesting or not digesting, if your body is assimilating nutrients, indicates if there is excess stress on internal organs, and the health level of the liver, gallbladder, colon and kidneys.

RBTI also reveals if your body’s environment may be contributing to other issues such as circulatory problems, blood pressure, body pain, weight gain, cholesterol, and more.

RBTI is not for diagnosing or treating medical illness- you may consult with a licensed medical professional for that. The purpose of RBTI is to analyze and identify previously unrecognized imbalances and dysfunctions taking place within the human body, thereby allowing the creation of a personalized plan and recommendations that will address and help reverse those patterns.


How is an RBTI test conducted?

We ask the client to eat a meal with protein and to stop eating that meal an hour before their appointment time and not to drink any fluids 30 minutes prior to their appointment. When the client arrives for their appointment, we have them provide a urine and saliva sample which the practitioner then performs several tests on the samples.


Can I get a Natural Health Assessment even though I’m taking pharmaceuticals drugs and seeing a medical professional?

Yes! We encourage the client to notify their medical professional that they are seeking alternative care in support of the medical system prior to the assessment.

We also notify the client to bring all pharmaceutical drugs they are taking on their first appointment to determine what herbs would be best suited for the client personally alongside the medications.



For more information on RBTI and MRT check out these links:

https://www.kinesiology.com/kinesiology/research.php


http://icakusa.com/sites/default/files/AK-Research-Compendium-Dr-Scott-Cuthbert-10-08-11-LATEST.pdf


https://mandurahhealthregeneration.com.au/rbti/what-does-rbti-show/


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