Here at Evexia wellness we offer an Asyra Bioenergetic Health MOT, This is a non-invasive way to interpret information from the body-mind system.

This test provides a full analysis of sensitivities in the body and provide a report of intolerances, excesses and deficiencies that could be affecting your health and well-being.

Book before the 15th March 2020 to receive a free mini facial following your Asyra Bioenergetic Health MOT (applies to appointments completed before the end of March 2020).

The Screening of all tests run and written Recommendations will take around 1 hour, with a full report of findings and recommendations sent shortly after.

The bioenergetic readings from the computerised system are taken by the client holding two brass handles. Small charges of electrical resistance in the skin are monitored, as different signals are sent from the system, there is no sensation or pain felt during this process.

The screening is carried out by your Bioenergetic Screening practitioner after taking a comprehensive case history. Using the readings in conjunction with your case history, the practitioner will make an assessment of your symptoms and offer you the appropriate support and guidance to ensure improved health and wellness.

Information gathered through Asyra screening includes:
  • Imbalances and weakness in organ systems

The screening will identify which of the major meridians in the body are currently stressed or weakened. In natural health practice we believe that organs are linked energetically to other physical, mental and emotional factors so the practitioner aims to get to the root cause of any imbalance.

  • Nutrition needs and food preferences

Nutritional screening gives the practitioner indications to help them assess yoru individual nutrient needs. Those may relate to dietary preferences, sensitivities or vitamin and mineral requirements. Nutritional therapy including smart eating plans and appropriate supplementation is a very helpful base for all clients to achieve wellness.

  • Environmental and allergen sensitivities

These types of sensitivities are often symtoms of immune system dysfunction, which must be addressed to ensure that is does not lead to longer-term problems. Specific reactions can sometimes be “de-sensitised” over time using a homeopathic approach and detoxification protocols in conjunction with a broader health improvement program.

  • Toxic load in the body

The presence of toxins influence health strongly, and screening may give indications to help practitioners identify those that may be affecting your health. We pay particular attention to how the liver is functioning as it is the major detoxification organ in the body. Ensuring the body regulates toxins effectively is an essential part of any treatment program.


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Here is just a quick step by step list on how you can coach yourself towards your goals and productivity if you feel stuck or just feel your ready for a change!

1. See if you need some coaching:

A good idea is to first identify if you need coaching or at least to figure out to what extent it can be beneficial. Do you keep feeling stuck? Are you ready to make a change in your life? Do you have big plans for the future? Are you ready to invest in yourself? Then you may want to look into mindset coaching.

2. Do A Brain Dump:

Let it all out! Map everything down on a piece of paper so that you can clearly see past disarrayed pieces of information and thoughts and get some clarity on what you actually want to achieve.

3. Develop An Outcome Chart:

state your outcome in positive terms and base it on what you do want to happen and not what you want to avoid. Some of the questions can look like these;
– What do you want-What else do you want?
– Why do you want the outcome- What values does it serve?
– What. Where, when and with whom with this outcome be achieved?
– What are the internal & external resources required to have this outcome?

4. Self-Question Any Limiting Beliefs:

A limiting belief is a false belief that a person has as a result of making an incorrect conclusion about something in life. This can hider a person into thinking they cannot achieve or move past this goal. Ask yourself:
– Is this belief always true?
– Am I making any assumptions?
– Is my belief based on limited and incomplete knowledge?
– What proof/evidence is there to support my belief or negate it?
– What other factors do I need to take into consideration?

5. Set Up Yourself For Accountability By Developing An Action Plan

In order to achieve your goals, put something to move you towards your goals on your to-do list every week. Set three short-term goals to be working on at one time. As you become more dedicated to the process, you can set yourself up for five. Next, map out the specific individual steps for achieving the goal. Each step should have a deadline attached in order to allow it to move you toward your objective. At the end of the week or after each goal give yourself a reward to help motivate you!

6. Get, Set, Coach:

After taking each of these steps into account and setting up your game plan, you’re ready to get yourself moving to your next goal!

We’ve covered the 6 Dimensions of wellness on out Facebook page before in a weekly series we did, but this will serve as a condensed version giving you an idea of what there about 🙂


Physical wellness is affected by physical activity, healthy nutrition, and adequate sleep. There are many examples of physical activity that range in levels of intensity from light to vigorous. Maintaining your physical health can include most sports and physical activities.


Social wellness is a sense of connectedness and belonging. The social dimension of health involves creating and maintaining a healthy support network.


Intellectual wellness is when you recognize your unique talents to be creative and you seek out ways to use your knowledge and skills. When you foster your intellectual wellness, you participate in activities that cultivate mental growth.


Spiritual wellness is related to your values and beliefs that help you find meaning and purpose in your life. Spiritual wellness may come from activities such as volunteering, self-reflection, meditation, prayer, or spending time in nature.


Emotional wellness is an ability to cope effectively with life and build satisfying relationships with others. People with healthy emotional wellness feel confident, in control of their feelings and behaviors, and are able to handle life challenges.


Occupational wellness is a sense of satisfaction with your choice of work. Occupational wellness involves balancing work and leisure time, building relationships with coworkers, and managing workplace stress.