• What is Kinesiology?

    “Kinesiology encompasses holistic health disciplines which use the gentle art of muscle monitoring to access information about a person’s well being. Originating in the 1970’s, it combines Western techniques and Eastern wisdom to promote physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health. Kinesiology identifies the elements which inhibit the body’s natural internal energies and accessing the life enhancing potential within the individual.” by the Australian Kinesiology Association

     According to the NeuroEnergetic Kinesiology Institute in Australia 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.

    Muscle monitoring identifies the source of the stress

    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.

  • Accuracy of Muscle testing

  • What is Kinesiology?

  • Benefits of Kinesiology

    Kinesiology may improve all aspects of your life.  The philosophical basis of kinesiology supports the Hippocratic principle of ‘doing no harm’ by applying only non-invasive techniques as directed by the client’s own biofeedback.

    A kinesiologist does not ‘heal’ or ‘fix’ their client by application of their knowledge; rather, they participate with their client in a journey of exploration to discover the factor or factors creating the symptoms that they presented with.

    Benefits of a kinesiology stress diffusion include:

    • Better energy level and increased self-healing potential
    • Stronger self image
    • Self confidence
    • Increased peace of mind
    • Improved relationships
    • Greater job satisfaction
    • Strengthening the immune system
    • Improve peak performance

      

    The following list (taken from the UK Kinesiology Directory) conveys some idea of the wide variety of conditions that Kinesiology may and has helped:

    addictions, allergies, anxiety, arthritis, asthma, attitudes, backache, bed wetting, behavioural problems, bladder problems, breast soreness, breathing difficulties, bursitis, candida, carpal tunnel syndrome, catarrh, chronic fatigue syndrome (ME), clumsiness, concentration, lack ofco-ordination, poor cramps, crying for no reason, depression digestive disorders, dizziness, earache, eczema, elbow pain, emotional stress, eyes, fallen arches, fatigue, fears, food intolerances, frozen shoulder, hayfever, headaches, hiatus hernia, high blood pressure, hip pain, hyperactivity, hypoglycaemia, ileocaecal valve syndrome, insomnia, irritable bowel, joint pain knee problems, learning difficulties/ attention disorder, low back pain, lumbago, memory, poor, menopause, mental strain, migraine, mood swings, neck ache, ightmares, obesity, panic attacks, period pains, PMT, prostate, rheumatism, sciatica, poor self esteem, shock, sinusitis, skin disorders, vision impairment, weight problems, whiplash

  • The Energetic Kinesiology Modality Tree

    Since George Goodheart did the first kinesiology muscle test linking muscle biofeedback to the Chinese acupressure meridian system in the mid 1960s, Energetic Kinesiology as a field has grown rapidly, with new modalities of Energetic Kinesiology being developed over time. The modality tree we present here is not meant to be a comprehensive list of all the current Energetic Kinesiology modalities, but rather is a selection of core Energetic Kinesiologies from which the majority of other Energetic Kinesiology modalities originated.

  • Source:   Dr. Charles T. Krebs and Tania McGowan: Energetic Kinesiology