What is Kinesiology?

Kinesiology, pronounced ” kin-easy-ology”, promotes healing and well-being by combining gentle muscle testing with the principles of traditional Chinese medicine. Both kinesiology and traditional Chinese medicine are based on the understanding that our well-being is dependent on the balanced flow of energy around our systems.

How can Kinesiology help?

Kinesiology rebalances this energetic flow and provides support and healing in many ways. For example, it can:

Benefits of Kinesiology?

The gentle muscle-testing of Kinesiology opens a channel of communication that allows the body to select corrections that will re-balance it, so that the flow of information about correct structure and function is restored. Nutrition often comes up within my Kinesiology sessions as one of the solutions required, along with the holding of acupressure points and other techniques.  The body then responds to the renewed flow of enlivening information and then begins to repair itself. The corrective process continues for some days and when complete, makes for a permanent improvement in health.
​Kinesiology understands that health is not a ‘one size fits all’.  It’s about accessing your body’s unique inner wisdom to find out exactly what you need to regain and maintain balance and feel truly healthy.


Kinesiology sessions are unique to each individual and their healing process and every session varies.  The unconscious mind recognises the work needed to facilitate the healing process and selects it intelligently.
During the session, you lie fully clothed on a treatment couch and usually participate in the session in some way.  We gently hold acupuncture points to balance your energy system, and then use muscle testing techniques to determine what weakens or stresses your energy system. These same ‘stressors’, together with holding specific acupuncture points, are then used to strengthen and bring your whole system back into balance.
​Most clients find their sessions relaxing and refreshing.

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