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Marzia Caldirola

Stress, anxiety and depression are on the increase. In England more and more people report experiencing a common mental health problem (such as anxiety and depression) in any given week. While most people prefer to resort to conventional medicine for alleviating symptoms of stress and anxiety, there are many who choose to take the less trodden path... [read more]

Marzia Caldirola

Low back pain is a common disorder, affecting around one-third of the UK adult population each year. It is mostly looked at as a structural only problem and treated with bones and muscles manipulation techniques. What is the root cause of back pain? Systematic Kinesiology looks at lower back pain in a holistic way, checking for the structural,... [read more]

Marzia Caldirola

Most people attributes their digestive troubles or hormone imbalances to high stomach acid. Low stomach acid is rarely considered to be an issue and antacids are available to buy off the shelves for any type of digestive related complains. The reality is that symptoms of low stomach acid are often confused with those of high stomach... [read more]

Tabitha Gale

Are you caught in the stress cycle?

Posted by Tabitha Gale 411 Days Ago


Once we are caught up in the stress cycle, it can be difficult to come back down. If we have been dealing with a stressful situation for some time, we learn to respond in certain ways both mentally/emotionally and physically. Some of the signs you might be stressed Feeling overwhelmed Hyper-vigilance (being over sensitive to triggers /anxious/ on edge) Feeling... [read more]

Sean Kulyk

Have you ever suffered from decreased libido without necessarily having a headache?  Then maybe it's actually just a symptom of Adrenal Fatigue, in which case this could be the article for you! Being stressed – just about one of the commonest words we use today to describe ourselves and how we feel. We tend to for the... [read more]

Fleur Brodie

Creative Kinesiology and Me

Posted by Fleur Brodie 1693 Days Ago


I first experienced Creative Kinesiology back in 2006, having received some excellent forms of treatment and therapy, attempting to self heal past events and experiences. I was blown away by the magic and mystery of working with the intelligence of my own Being/Body in such a profound and deep way, being able to access areas of emotional,... [read more]

Angela Abbott

Autumn is a time of harvest. When we think of the cycle of the seasons we reap the fruits after the high energy of summer and before the resting period of winter. It marks the time when the energy starts to turn more inwards, becoming more yin, as the days draw in and hours of daylight... [read more]

Linda Hoyland

Day to day life is full of much more stress than ever before. Just think of your average newspaper - it contains more information than medieval man would have come across in a lifetime! And we read it on a daily basis plus all the emails, facebook updates and much much more as well as fitting... [read more]

Cynthia Sillars

As a Kinesiologist I practice Integrated Kinesiology to harmonise a person's Chakra energy. The Universe favours symmetry. If you look at Fibonacci sequences (and others) this symmetry is found everywhere across the universe, not just our planet. For example, the geometry of the spiral shell split in two illustrates the pattern and symmetry of life on... [read more]

Amanda Brooks

Emotions and Daily Life As we go through our lives we experience emotions on a daily basis, these emotions have an energy vibration that the body would naturally process whilst we sleep. Sometimes though the emotion is so strong and overwhelming that the body just cannot process it properly and this may result in the emotion becoming... [read more]