What is Kinesiology?


“Kinesiology has transformed my health, not just the process itself but also learning more about my condition and how to manage it nutritionally and emotionally. I would recommend the process of Kinesiology with all my heart” – Louise, Emsworth

The History of Kinesiology

Our practitioners offer a variety of different therapies and disciplines within their practices but at the core of their work is Kinesiology.

Kinesiology was discovered by Dr. George Goodheart in the 1960′s. He was the first to identify that there were muscles that were not ‘locking’ or working which meant other muscles became painful and overused. Where traditional therapies focus on the painful muscle, Kinesiology identifies the root cause of the problem – the muscles that are not functioning and uses techniques to turn those muscles on.

Kinesiology uses the theory of muscle testing to discover the underlying causes contributing to health issues – be it physical, nutritional or emotional. The body clearly communicates to the practitioner what is needed.

How Does a Kinesiologist Work?

Once the root cause is identified, we support you with Kinesiology techniques, nutritional recommendations, structural work, energy reflexes and emotional coaching to guide you back to your full health potential.


Why is Kinesiology Unique?

The toolbox of techniques at the hands of a skilled Kinesiologist far exceeds the offering from many other therapies, allowing the Kinesiology practitioner to fully support you on your health journey.

Because of today’s unnatural farming methods and our tendency to eat processed and microwaved foods most people in the UK are deficient in vital nutrients. During your Kinesiology appointment it is likely that you will be recommended a programme of supplements to aid your recovery. These will be charged separately.

What type of Kinesiology does a Balanced Wellness Practitioner use?

A Balanced Wellness practitioner has a deeper skillset and combines traditional Kinesiology techniques with the latest Functional Nutritional science. These “Functional Kinesiology” protocols focus on our six key areas

    1. Blood Sugar Balancing
    2. Stress and Adrenal Health
    3. Hormone Balancing
    4. Digestive Health
    5. Immune System Health
    6. Emotional Wellbeing

How many sessions will I need?

The number of Kinesiology sessions varies on the person, their problems and how well they follow any changes recommended to their diet and lifestyle. Generally, people feel a significant improvement within their first one to three appointments. Once optimum health has been attained, regular appointments keep the body balanced and prevent further ill health.

How long is a Kinesiology appointment?

The first Kinesiology appointment will take approximately 60-90 minutes, subsequent sessions are 50 minutes. Prior to the first session, all new clients will be required to fill in a comprehensive medical history questionnaire and consent form. Contact us and speak with a practitioner today.