Kinesiology is a holistic practise; it looks at the whole person. Whereas many Western medicines focus only on the “problem” or area that presents symptoms, Kinesiology considers the entirety of an individual. It connects and brings mind, body and spirit into balance, bringing peace and well-being.

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Kinesiology can be beneficial for those suffering with:

  • digestive issues
  • migraines, headaches, memory & concentration
  • hay fever, asthma & other respiratory issues
  • anxiety, panic attacks, stress, depression, fears, phobias, emotional scars
  • eczema, psoriasis, acne and other skin complaints
  • muscular aches & pains
  • water retention
  • general fatigue and energy levels
  • auto immune & thyroid conditions, hormonal issues
  • fibromyalgia & M.E
  • dyslexia and other learning/physical difficulties
  • sciatica & other nerve related symptoms
  • food intolerances – weight management
  • old and new injuries that may still be causing you difficulty
  • and more

But you do not need to be unwell to consider Kinesiology, if you are lacking energy, experiencing issues in relationships or at work, or you are simply feeling imbalanced, Kinesiology can help.

Kinesiology is not at all invasive and uses muscle testing to directly identify the stressors and background contributing to the symptoms and imbalances you may be experiencing. It achieves this by tapping into the wisdom of your body; finding where the issues stem from and supporting you in addressing the best way to gently release them.

It is suitable for all ages and even if you have a physical impairment, which prohibits some muscle testing or in the case of a child, surrogating testing by using a surrogate. This means that a third person can be used for the testing if the client itself is incapacitated.

I do not have a formulaic approach and you will find each session is individual and personal, taking into consideration your biological uniqueness and personal history. Kinesiology offers a variety of tools and techniques, and I may call or one or all, as these techniques are tailored to your needs to bring the body back in its natural state of equilibrium.

Kinesiology is amazingly efficient at balancing the body so that it can return to excellent health, energy and emotional strength.

Our symptoms can be affected or caused by:

Biochemistry – Structural

Poor diet, bad posture, dehydration, irregular eating habits, lack of vitamins and minerals can lead to various physical issues from headaches, digestive problems, sleeping issues, skin conditions, recurrent infections and food sensitivities, inflammations, general fatigue and energy levels, auto immune and thyroid condition or, hormonal issues.


The baggage of our life experience can have a big impact our quality of life and ability to function happily. Kinesiology can support you to identify and resolve current and past emotions that are affecting your life.

Kinesiology can benefit someone that needs to deal with fears and/or phobias, depression, anxiety. It can even assist with the development of confidence and self-esteem. Kinesiology can help to release traumas stuck at cellular memory from this life or carried down in our blueprint.


We are all made of energy and our body hosts an energy motorway called meridians. Meridians bring energies to various organs and parts of the body. It connects our body to our chakras, aura and ultimately with our higher self.

Geophatic stress link to Geophatic stress, EMF (electro-magnetic fields) and technostress can cause distress to our human magnetic fields and affect our health.

All of these can be treated with Kinesiology, but other techniques and practices can be called upon too, including Earth acupuncture for realising stress from land, homeo-botanical for help the body nutritionally.


*Disclaimer: Results may vary from person to person.

We do not diagnose health conditions. We work with the whole body to understand and resolve the underlying causes of ill health. The content on this website is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website.