Kinesiology sessions

Kinesiology makes use of “muscle monitoring” – holding a muscle against light pressure – as a method of getting feedback from the body.

 This enables a kinesiologist to identify what is causing imbalances within the body’s system and how best to re-establish balance.

The greek word 'kinein' means 'to move'; kinesiology means the study of movement. The human body has movement taking place on many different levels all the time, from cellular action to muscle movement, brain movement and so much more. How all the different systems move together, or not, is an indication of life. When there is no movement then the life-force decreases.

Kinesiology works with the triad of 1.the physiological (biochemical and nutritional), 2.the psychological (mental and emotional), 3.anatomical (structural). When all 3 areas are equal there is balance and harmony in all areas of the individual as well as his/her life. In a kinesiology session the issue at hand is assessed physically, mentally and emotionally, all through muscle monitoring. Likewise, techniques used to re-harmonise the client may be physical, mental or emotional. All are gentle and non-invasive.

Kinesiology is beneficial for:

physical pain

skin ailments

supporting chronic illness

establishing optimal diet

emotional turmoil

relationship issues



brain fog

In bodies, a movement anywhere will send out a wave of response through the structure: the whole body participates, and the better organized it is around the skeletal core, the more clearly it reverberates” - Alexandra Pierce