Kinesiology (Kin-easy-ology) is a safe and precise muscle testing technique to find imbalances in the body.

A fantastic support for those who want to look at the bigger picture of their health and address the holistic contributors of pain and discomfort, without the need for excessive multiple sessions or supplements, keeping more money in your pocket.

Kinesiology works on the premise that there are various muscles in the body that are connected via the nervous system to the organs, glands and meridian channels within the body. When muscle testing, a Kinesiologist is having a conversation with your organs, glands and meridians and it is from this conversation we start to get the bigger picture as to what is happening within your body. The process is very simple – the ability to hold a muscle against light pressure.



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How we feel about a condition or situation has a profound impact upon our physicality. We use our three-tier system of Kinesiology, NLP and EFT to offer you successful emotional coaching support.


With the relationship between muscles and organs, by balancing various systems in the body, stress is eased with the corresponding muscle alleviating pain and discomfort.

For example, there is a muscle in the thigh connected to the adrenals. When the adrenals are stressed, this muscle tightens and shortens applies pressure to the pelvic alignment resulting in lower back pain. By balancing the adrenals, the muscle relaxes, reducing the back pain. All structural problems can be resolved without the heavy manipulation of some other techniques.

Kinesiology can help with fears, anxieties, anger, self-esteem, structural imbalances, nutritional deficiencies, choosing the right supplements, energy blocks and therefore enhances health and well-being.

Where does Kinesiology come from?

For more information and a brief history into muscle testing and Kinesiology, please read our blog – A Brief History into Applied Kinesiology