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Norwich Wellbeing Centre hosts global balancathon world record attempt

PUBLISHED: 14:14 29 September 2018

L-R: Rita Rozsas, Susanne Lakin, Rachel Lead and Rachel Marrs, Kinesologists taking part in the world record attempt at Norwich Wellbeing Centre

L-R: Rita Rozsas, Susanne Lakin, Rachel Lead and Rachel Marrs, Kinesologists taking part in the world record attempt at Norwich Wellbeing Centre

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A group of Norfolk Kinesiologists have taken part in a world record attempt to have the highest number of countries participating in a 24-hour world wide energy balance.

Organised by the International Kinesiology College (IKC), the record attempt was held on Saturday, between 11am-1pm, to celebrate 30 years since the first international Touch for Health kinesiology conference in Switzerland in 1988.

The timings where specifically chosen as 11am-1pm is when heart meridian energy is believed to be a its peak.

Hosted by the Norwich Wellbeing Centre, the Norwich team of four kinesiologists joined others across Europe in encouraging as many people as possible to take part and enjoy a free mini kinesiology balance treatment.

Rachel Lead, one of the kinesiologists taking part in the event said: “We’re all committed and we all love it and we just want to share it with the public.”

One hour into the world record attempt the centre the centre had welcomed 15 participants.

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