Norwich Wellbeing Centre hosts global balancathon world record attempt
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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.'
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One hour into the world record attempt the centre the centre had welcomed 15 participants.
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