Enjoy Ibiza! and Learn The Equilibrium Technique with Kath Berry

Visit the beautiful Mediterranean Island of Ibiza and learn The The Equilibrium Technique, with Kath Berry.

The Equilibrium Technique is a groundbreaking guided meditation practice designed to help your acupuncture patients achieve supreme balance by harnessing the dualities of yin and yang, fundamental principles in Chinese Medicine.

This innovative approach integrates ancient wisdom with modern mindfulness strategies to promote holistic well-being. It is easy to learn, safe to deliver and has a profound and long lasting impact. Practitioners call it "the missing piece" to their acupuncture practice.

This online and in-person training helps you as an individual, as well as giving you an innovative new tool to safely incorporate into your treatments.

Stress and imbalance

Stress creates imbalances by disrupting the body's natural equilibrium, affecting various systems and functions, for example:

1. Hormonal Imbalance

  • Cortisol and Adrenaline: Chronic stress triggers the release of stress hormones like cortisol and adrenaline. Elevated levels of these hormones prepare the body for a "fight or flight" response, which is beneficial in short bursts but harmful when sustained over time. Persistent high cortisol can lead to:
    • Suppressed immune function: Making the body more susceptible to infections.
    • Weight gain: Particularly around the abdomen, due to increased fat storage.
    • Blood sugar imbalance: Leading to insulin resistance and, potentially, diabetes.

2. Nervous System Imbalance

  • Sympathetic dominance:
    • Increased heart rate and blood pressure: Raising the risk of cardiovascular issues.
    • Reduced digestive function: Leading to issues like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and poor nutrient absorption.
    • Decreased parasympathetic activity: The parasympathetic nervous system is responsible for "rest and digest" functions, and its suppression can impair recovery and relaxation.

3. Mental and Emotional Imbalance

  • Cognitive function: Stress can impair brain function, affecting memory, attention, and decision-making. Chronic stress may also shrink the prefrontal cortex, which is involved in higher-order thinking, and enlarge the amygdala, which processes fear and emotions.
  • Emotional regulation: Increased stress can lead to heightened anxiety, irritability, and depression, disrupting emotional balance and stability.

4. Sleep Imbalance

  • Insomnia: Stress often causes difficulties in falling asleep or staying asleep, leading to insomnia. Lack of sleep further exacerbates stress, creating a vicious cycle.
  • Sleep quality: Even if sleep is achieved, it may be shallow and non-restorative, impairing cognitive function and emotional health.

5. Physical Health Imbalance

  • Muscle Tension: Chronic stress can cause continuous muscle tension and pain, particularly in the neck, shoulders, and back.
  • Inflammation: Prolonged stress can lead to chronic inflammation, contributing to various diseases such as arthritis, cardiovascular disease, and autoimmune disorders.

6. Behavioural Imbalance

  • Unhealthy coping mechanisms: Stress can lead to unhealthy behaviours such as overeating, smoking, alcohol consumption, or drug use, which further disrupt physical and mental balance.
  • Withdrawal: People under stress may withdraw from social interactions, leading to isolation and further emotional distress.

Addressing Imbalances with The Equilibrium Technique

The Equilibrium Technique helps counteract these imbalances by:

  • Promoting relaxation: Guided meditation reduces stress hormone levels and activates the parasympathetic nervous system, promoting relaxation and recovery.
  • Restoring balance: By focusing on the principles of yin and yang, the technique helps rebalance energy flow, harmonising the body's systems.
  • Improving sleep: Regular meditation can improve sleep quality and duration, aiding in overall recovery and reducing stress.
  • Enhancing emotional stability: Meditation helps regulate emotions, reducing anxiety and improving mood.

By integrating this technique into your acupuncture practice, you can help mitigate the impacts of stress on your patients, restore their feeling of balance, and enhance their overall well-being.

Core Principles of The Equilibrium Technique:


The Equilibrium Technique is a transformative meditation practice that merges ancient Chinese Medicine principles with modern mindfulness techniques. By achieving a harmonious balance between yin and yang energies, practitioners can offer profound improvements in their patient's overall well-being, leading to enhanced treatment outcomes and longer lasting results.


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