Health Kinesiologist, House Whispering, Spiritual Mentor & Digital Mapping Consultant based in Oxfordshire.
Health Kinesiology is a comprehensive holistic approach for balancing the body’s energy system, by tapping into the innate internal wisdom of the body, to support wellbeing.
Our home and everything that you touch and can’t see. So, it should not surprise you that your home holds onto everything that happens within its walls, the actions, words or deeds that it has witnessed and felt.
Digital Mapping is a bespoke modality that looks at the whole, person, place and animal. Digital Mapping allows me to look at your whole existence and all aspects of the here and now.
HELLO AND THANKS FOR STOPPING BY…
I AM MARGARET HUNT
Along the way I’ve discovered my purpose of helping others to heal. So now whilst working with people, animals and properties with the intuitive & sensory overview I now have, I’ve been able to enhance this ability to help & heal which has given me such fulfilment.
Incorporating intuitive & sensory communications into my work as a Kinesiologist & House Whisperer has allowed me to work with someone’s whole existence, in addition and most recently I’ve been able to develop a bespoke mapping system identifying and resolving the needs of an individual & their bespoke journey as a whole.
“I can’t believe what a difference HK therapy has made to my outlook on life and everyday situations. I feel much more relaxed and able to cope. Margaret has a wonderful treatment room, her touch and tone of voice is soothing which makes my body ready and willing to communicate. Thank you, Margaret, for a job well done!’”
KS – Oxfordshire
“I have been attending HK sessions with Margaret for nearly a year now. It has been a very hard time for me and I have found HK has helped me through this time. If you asked me how it works I would not be able to explain it. All I know is that you have to go with an open mind and be honest with yourself about what you want to achieve from your time. I would recommend HK to anybody, you do not have to have aches and pains to benefit from it and it is a wonderful way to spend an hour.”
DS – Oxfordshire