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Christina Sinn

Diploma of Kinesiology & Mind Body Medicine
Christina Sinn - Health Space Clinics

Christina is a fully certified Kinesiologist and Mind Body Medicine practitioner, passionate about holistic health and helping others to overcome what is holding them back from feeling and living as their most fulfilled selves.

Ever wondered why it is always your shoulders that are tight? Or why you have a particular reoccurring physical issue that doesn’t seem to budge? Our physical body and the mind are undoubtedly linked. If we feel sad our body reacts with a biochemical response creating tears. In the same way, negative emotions or limiting beliefs manifest as certain physical symptoms, or physical symptoms can result in emotional distress.

It can be difficult and challenging at times when looking at what is holding us back from feeling and living the way we want, yet it is essential for our wellbeing and health. Mind Body Medicine Kinesiology sessions are 100% tailored to your needs, assisting and guiding you in finding balance on a physical, emotional and spiritual level.

Mind Body Medicine always looks at the entire picture and addresses the root cause of an issue by combining counselling and bodywork, using a wide range of techniques from Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupressure, Osteopathy, Psychology, Energetic Medicine and Nutrition, with a focus on chronic issues and reoccurring behavioural patterns that are difficult to overcome.

Christina is from Germany originally, and has lived and worked in London, Shanghai and now Sydney. Like so many others, she came to alternative medicine because of personal health issues. When she lived in Shanghai she was diagnosed with severe IBS, Irritable Bowel Syndrome. By a stroke of luck, she was introduced to Kimberly Ashton, a wellness coach, macrobiotic counsellor and nutrient consultant, teaching nutrition based on the philosophies of traditional Chinese medicine. Kimberly helped her to overcome a diagnosis that had meant lifelong digestive issues. This sparked Christina’s interest in traditional Chinese medicine and complementary medicine, that developed into the urge to help others and not just herself. Switching from a career as a Creative Director in Shanghai to sitting lectures at the College of Complementary Medicine in Sydney. Christina is passionate about staying balanced by enjoying every day the simple things in life: laughter, healthy food, clean water, barefoot walking in nature, gentle exercise and doing things she loves.

If you are not sure if Mind Body Medicine is for you, just call or come in for a chat. Here are just a few examples of conditions Mind Body Medicine can be beneficial for:

Anxiety Depression Fears/Phobia, Chronic Pain, Skin Issues, Eating Disorders, Allergies, Nutritional Disorders, Addictions, Learning Difficulties, Emotional Difficulties.

Qualifications: ATMS Member: 50830 10003NAT Diploma of Mind Body Medicine, College of Complementary Medicine, Sydney HLTAID003 First Aid and CPR Certificate

Christina is also currently enrolled in the Diploma of Kinesiology and Advanced Diploma of Integrative Complementary Medicine at the College of Complementary Medicine further developing her skills as a practitioner.

Christina Sinn - KinesiologistAvailability:

Bondi Junction Ph: (02) 9389 0890

Tuesdays: 8am-12:45pm

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