What is Kinesiology (kin-easy-ology)?

Kinesiology is a complementary medicine aiming to achieve and maintain a state of internal balance, an important characteristic of all living things.

This steady state within the organism is called homeostasis (ho-me-o-stay-sis).

Kinesiology is a holistic approach to health and wellness, incorporating the physical, emotional and mental aspects of our bodies.


How does it work?

Kinesiology is a non-invasive and gentle healing technique, utilising muscle testing and the body’s biofeedback mechanism.

Muscle testing provides information to the brain and body via nerve pathways and gives information from both the conscious and subconscious mind.

Through accessing neurological pathways within the body, Kinesiology can ‘re-program’ the responses to stressors, which no longer serve a person. This will create the freedom to choose and will bring positive changes and balance into a person’s life.

What corrections are used?

There are different areas of specialisation in Kinesiology and every one of them uses different correction methods.

Most Kinesiologists will use muscle testing to find imbalances and the priority correction method within the body. Please find below a selection of techniques that I am using at my clinic:

Kinesiology has helped with:

  • Postural and muscular problems
  • Neck, shoulder and back problems
  • Sports injuries
  • Poor performance levels
  • Pain
  • Digestion problems (including heartburn and reflux)
  • Allergies and (Food) Sensitivities
  • Skin conditions (e.g. eczema, psoriasis)
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Stress
  • Asthma
  • Learning difficulties (e.g. Dyslexia)
  • Behavioural issues (e.g. Autism, ADHD)
  • Hormonal imbalances
  • Pregnancy related problems (e.g. childbirth, conceiving)
  • Woman’s health (e.g. PMS, menstrual problems, menopause)
  • Sleep disorders
  • Relationship issues
  • Weight loss
  • Vision and hearing problems
  • Fatigue, tiredness, dizziness
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Motivation and energy levels
  • Dependency issues (e.g. addictions)