Kinesiology


Kinesiology means the study of movement. Movement is executed by the use of the muscles contracting or relaxing in partnership with the bones to which they are attached.
A Kinesiologist is a practitioner that uses muscle testing to diagnose normal and abnormal functioning of the body as well as use it to determine which of many possible therapies, nutrition or exercises may be useful to help to support the dysfunction into more balance or enhance a well body towards greater balance.

Educational Kinesiology

Uses kinesiology to help to determine people’s learning styles and brain dominance patterns (are you left or right brained and how do you process information once you absorb it?). It is also used to identify and clear learning blocks.

This is useful when students seem to have issues described as dyslexia or other learning difficulties as it helps to explain what may be actually happening when the brain, eyes and hands interact and co-ordinate themselves during the learning process. As we know, knowledge is power and so understanding this is also the key to being able to solve any problems the student may be having.

Clinical Kinesiology

Most imbalances in the body have either, chemical (nutritional), structural or energetic/emotional roots and even though someone may present themselves as having a physical issue; say stomach pain, by the time they have had a Clinical Kinesiology session, they may find that we have had to work on some of their energetic and chemical imbalances in order to bring balance to their original problem. Fascinating really!

Call for a free 15 minute consultation to discuss the issue that you are experiencing. We will either be able to support you or refer you to someone who can.

Phone: 07802 892433
Southend Road, Woodford Green,
Essex, (Outer London) IG8 8QH