What Is Kinesology?

A Kinesiology consultation is non-invasive, using muscle monitoring as a biofeedback mechanism from the body’s neurology, which can assist in categorizing accrued stress, which is exclusive to the person’s physiology and then re-equipping the neurology; generating congruence physically, emotionally, mentally and energetically.

Muscle Testing

The practitioner will use muscle testing/checking/monitoring to evaluate stress levels in the person’s nervous and energy systems.  Most Kinesiology Practitioners will be a Member of a Peak Kinesiology Industry Association.  With recent changes to teaching, now mainly through Registered Training Organizations, there will be a more “standardised approach” to the clinical practice of Kinesiology.  As Kinesiology has its background in Chiropractic / Osteopathic and Acupuncture philosophies, there is a particular aspect of hands-on therapy.

Kinesiology complements other therapies including:

Chiropractic, Naturopathic, HNLP, Hypnosis, Osteopathic, Homeopathic, Herbalism, Acupuncture, Reflexology, Aromatherapy, Lymphatic Drainage, Bowen Therapy, Alexander Technique, Massage, Shiatsu, Traditional Eastern Medicine, and Western Allopathic Medicine.


Kinesiology does not claim to cure anything.  We believe that only the person’s body can cure itself.  We are the conduit or the facilitator of change to take place in the person’s body.  Although science requires evidence-based proof of efficacy to prove the theory and techniques, the absence of this evidence in research does not disprove the safety and effectiveness of kinesiology treatments.  Dr. George Goodheart, DC (dec’d May 2008), the father of Kinesiology, said: “The body is simply intricate and intricately simple.”

Kinesiology is a therapy involving a client and a practitioner.  It is a contract between two people with both working together to achieve a positive outcome.  The session can last from 30 minutes to one and a half hours, depending on the client’s presenting problems.  Follow up visits may be in one, two, or three weeks.  A few visits may be required, but it is not necessary to have a long-extended treatment program for the same problem.  If this happens then, the client needs other therapies with or instead of what they are receiving.

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