When the rabbit-in-the-headlights is you

In this article from the Spring 2020 issue of In Touch magazine, Renee Mather talks about fight and flight and staying in this hypo-aroused state. A nervous system operating on extended high alert cannot give the immune, digestive or reproductive systems the adequate time and attention they require for optimal function. This leads to a multitude of issues...

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Renee Mather

Renee Mather is a Level 5 KPP practising in South Melbourne, Woodend and more recently online as well. She has been treating since 2008 and is a passionate practitioner and businesswoman. Renee loves working with the brain, emotions and conscious integration through story-telling; she has pioneered new approaches to kinesiology techniques and mentors promising kinesiologists.

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