Kinesiology is the study of body movement. It uses muscle testing to determine possible causes of imbalances in a person's body. Treatment takes the form of the kinesiologist testing muscles in different positions and then using the response to realign the body.Search AgainRead More About Kinesiology
The therapy I offer helped my many clients to resolve their physical, mental and emotional issues including, but not limited to food intolerances, skin problems, learning difficulties such as dyslexia, feeling anxious or depressed, low self esteem, aches and pains as well as improving their interpersonal relationships and achieving their life... [read more]
My name is Sarah Flynn. I love the work that I do - helping people to feel better about themselves in mind, body and spirit. I decided to become a Natural Health Practitioner after my health was radically improved by using natural therapies. Since then I have seen... [read more]
Claudia Benson is a Health Kinesiology practitioner registered with the Kinesiology Federation. Based in London Moorgate and East Finchley, as well as Merseyside, Wallasey. Claudia has been practising since 2002.
I specialise is stress, sleep, fertility, hormone and digestive problems and food and... [read more]
Whether you are looking to address health concerns, improve particular areas of your life or just want to take some time out and relax, I can help.
You will experience a unique and individual approach with my treatments, where you are the priority. Appointment times and packages are designed to allow us... [read more]
I became a Kinesiologist after an illness that I had been battling with for 12 years using orthodox medical treatments was remarkably improved after just a few sessions with a Kinesiologist. I found out through muscle testing which foods were helpful or harmful to my condition. I also found unresolved emotions... [read more]
I am dedicated to prevention as well as to alleviating conditions. I work well with deep issues, identifying imbalances in the body by monitoring your ability to hold your muscles against light pressure "muscle response testing". I check for the possible causes be they structural, biochemical (e.g. nutritional deficiencies, intolerances), emotional... [read more]
I have been exploring myself and my process since my early twenties and have delved deeply into working with energy through a number of ways. My personal breakthrough came when I was introduced to Creative Kinesiology and I realised that this gave the the medium to weave together all the... [read more]
Imagine your body and mind feeling vital, balanced, focussed and it happening naturally. Being a Practitioner & Tutor in Kinesiology and also trained to a high standard in nutrition, homeobotanicals (yummy liquid herbals) and massage of various types, I offer experience of 20 years and a depth of knowledge in... [read more]
Amanda has been working as an energy worker since 1993 and comes from a background of practitioner and teacher of McTimoney-Corley chiropractic.
She has a wealth of teaching experience and knowledge behind her and taught Kinesiology from 1995 - 2013.
She runs a busy virtual clinic from Bicester, Oxfordshire working over Zoom/Skype/Phone... [read more]
I am a fully qualified Kinesiologist, Kinesiology Tutor and Health Coach. I studied with The Academy of Systematic Kinesiology in London, where I passed my practitioner's course with a Distinction.
I am also Diploma qualified.
I am very passionate about Kinesiology and its benefits and I put every effort into making my clients... [read more]
I continue in my quest to help people, and as always, this creates an ever enquiring interest in complementary health care. My training in massage & reflexology led me to finding a Touch for Health Instructor in 1993. From then on my committment was TFH/Bodywork/Kinesiology. I am excited and passionate... [read more]
I am passionate about holistic health and treating each client individually and as a whole person and not only their symptoms.
The therapy I offer helped my many clients to resolve their physical, mental and emotional issues including, but not limited to food intolerances, skin problems, learning difficulties such as dyslexia, feeling... [read more]
I am a Kinesiology Practitioner and Tutor registered with The Academy of Systematic Kinesiology and have been practising since 2008. Working in Swindon, Hungerford and Faringdon. Teaching beginners kinesiology classes near Swindon.
I am also an Emotional Freedom Technique and Matrix Reimprinting Practitioner and I offer these sessions face to... [read more]
I work with people who are in pain, usually long term pain, who have not managed to get the results they want to be pain free.
There can be many reasons why your pain or injury persists and usually, if you have been in pain a long time, it means it's... [read more]
Kinesiology is the study of body movement. It uses muscle testing to determine possible causes of imbalances in a person's body. Treatment takes the form of the kinesiologist testing muscles in different positions and then using the response to realign the body.
This can take the form of rubbing or holding key acupuncture points, advice on lifestyle changes such as diet and managing stress and the use of supplements.
Kinesiology has been used to treat:
Treatment will begin with an initial consultation where the kinesiologist will assess the nature of the complaint as well as taking a detailed medical history and discussing your general lifestyle, diet and emotional state. If you are taking any medication or supplements these should brought with you. You will normally be asked to lie down, fully dressed on a treatment table and muscles will be tested. The initial consultation may last an hour or more and each subsequent session is likely to last 30 to 60 minutes. The number of sessions required will vary, but on average 3 to 6 sessions gives clients the results they are looking for.
Remedies can be taken alongside conventional medicine, but this should be it is best to consult with both your GP and the homeopath.
Kinesiology is not currently regulated by UK law which means anyone can practice, however it is advisable to choose a qualified kinesiologist who has had appropriate training and is registered with a recognised professional organisation such as:
All kinesiologists on the site have indicated they hold a relevant qualification, however it is advisable to check again before beginning any treatment. There is added peace of mind in choosing a qualified kinesiologists and one that belongs to a professional organisation, which has its own code of standards and ethics.