What is Kinesiology?

Kinesiology is a gentle, relatively non-invasive therapy which uses a system of muscle testing to gain information from a patient’s body and mind about where an imbalance may occur in the mind or body and which healing tools and techniques would be appropriate to bring the patient back into balance.

George Goodheart, a famous chiropractor, popularised Kinesiology when he discovered that there was a relationship between the muscles and the body organs, which meant muscle testing was more effective than just the chiropractor route alone. In short, the patient’s mind will convey information through their muscles to the therapist.

Kinesiology takes between 60 and 90 minutes for the session and the patient lies comfortably and fully clothed on a couch with their eyes open. A blanket can also be placed over the patient.

Before the session begins, a full consultation is given, (or a mini health feedback review, if a follow up session). The client is offered water and some general pre-session tests are done by applying gentle pressure to an arm muscle, (usually), to gain information about how hydrated the patient is and some other areas that really need to be sorted before the main session begins.

The treatment will then flow according to what information is gained through the muscle testing in response to different statements, test phials or remedies used throughout the treatment.

After the Treatment

The client is given a sheet of information, including a list of any remedies or health supplements their treatment has pinpointed to aid their healing journey, plus a brief overview of the areas explored in the session. They also have the opportunity to ask any questions before leaving.

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