What is Kinesiology?

Kinesiology was developed in the 60’s by Chiropractors in the United States of America. Since then it has developed into a natural therapy in its own right, in fact Kinesiology is now the world’s fastest growing natural therapy. Kinesiology uses muscle monitoring to assess and correct imbalances in the body’s different structures. 

In the model of Kinesiology there is a connection between the physical structures such as the muscles, bones, hormones, neurology, etc and the energetic structures such as the aura, chakras, meridians, etc. Muscle monitoring gives the practitioner the ability to assess the stress levels in the physical and energetic structures. After the source of the stress has been identified, muscle monitoring allows the practitioner to find what would be the most appropriate correction technique to correct the imbalance. This eliminates the need for guess work, thereby making the corrections very efficient.

The correction techniques used are typically acupressure, reflexology, emotional stress diffusion, sound healing (tuning forks), colour healing, flower essences, chakra balancing, etc. Other correction techniques can be employed according to the practitioners training. This makes kinesiology a very complimentary modality for other alternative therapies. For example Kinesiology has successfully integrated into the practises of Naturopaths, Homeopaths, Herbalists, and Traditional Chinese Practitioners among others.

Kinesiology is non-invasive, the client can keep all their issues in their head, thereby respecting the clients need for privacy.