Kinesiology

Association-Systematic-Kinesiology-logoSystematic Kinesiology (pronounced kin-easy-ology ) is a way of identifying any imbalances a person has by monitoring their ability to hold their muscles against light pressure.

It is a successful and growing therapy in the UK and has helped many people recover from symptoms and illnesses like allergies, asthma, food intolerances, eczema, stress, hay fever, candida, fungal and yeast infestions, parasites, digestive disorders, and other everyday illnesses such as hormone imbalances, immune system issues, fertility issues and even structural, postural, and general aches and pains. It can also identify nutritional deficiencies of vitamins and minerals, which are essential to our core health.

Kinesiology is a great preventative tool too, so don’t wait until you feel ill to benefit from this great therapy. The longer you put off getting help, the longer it may take to reap the benefits!

It is advised to embark on a regular maintenance regime after completing a programme of treatment. This will assist in capturing any imbalances early, without any debilitating symptoms creeping up on you.

As a Certified Professional Practitioner of Kinesiology, I am trained to discover exactly what is involved in the imbalance and devise a treatment plan. The exact treatment you receive depends on the feedback your body gives about what it needs to return to health. This can take the form of nutritional and dietary corrections, acupressure and reflex techniques and manipulation.

Clients can experience significant improvements in health within 2 – 6 sessions, but this largely depends on symptoms at the initial treatment and the client’s own participation within the programme, acknowledging their responsibility to own their own health.

When attending an appointment for kinesiology it is beneficial to wear loose clothing due to the range of movements required.

Treatment charge £60 (adults), £40 (under 16yrs old) – Block booked appointments paid in advance is subject to discount.