I LOVE that kinesiology sees every single person as bio-chemically different. What is good for one person may be really harmful for someone else! We are all individual, with our own unique stories.


What is Applied Kinesiology?

  • Addressing biochemical, emotional and structural needs as well as subtle energies, kinesiology is a safe, effective therapy that uses gentle muscle testing to find imbalances in the body.
  • It addresses the root cause, rather than the symptoms and allows the body to heal itself.
  • First discovered in the 1960’s by Dr. George Goodheart, as chiropractor, it has been continually refined and developed to include the best of both Eastern and Western philosophies and techniques.
  • Today, the techniques are practiced worldwide by doctors, dentists, chiropractors, naturopaths, nutritionists, athletes, performers and many more.
  • Kinesiology is gentle, non-invasive and holistic.
  • The muscle testing provides an accurate tool to quickly get to the root of the problem and take the guesswork away.

What to expect during a Kinesiology session?

  • Muscle testing for underlying imbalances (physical, mental, structural and emotional)
  • Massaging lymphatic points (front and/or back)
  • Tapping certain points on the body
  • Affirmation work alongside tapping or eye rotations
  • Muscle testing supplements, bush flower essences, household products, skin products
  • Food intolerances testing

Preparation for Kinesiology session:

  • You will need to be well hydrated for effective muscle testing
  • Wear loose clothing

What Kinesiology may help with:

  • Digestive disorders, such as IBS, candida overgrowth, parasites, leaky gut, etc.
  • Depression, and other mental or emotional imbalances.
  • Endocrine or hormonal imbalances
  • Immune disorders such as M.E. or chronic fatigue
  • All general aches and pains

What I specialise in:

  • Emotional/mental and spiritual Wellbeing
  • Food Intolerance testing/Nutrition
  • Digestive Disorders

I am an associate member of the Association of Systematic Kinesiology

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