What is Kinesiology?

The human body is like a living computer. It knows the condition of every organ, every muscle and every cell within it. This information is fully available to us, if only we could access it....

Fortunately, a way was found in the 1960s by Doctor George Goodheart. He discovered that messages from the brain to the muscles could be disrupted by any number of stresses, including foods, hormones, emotions, chemicals and physical ailments. By gently testing a relevant muscle, he could find imbalances throughout the body and, more importantly, identify an appropriate correction. Kinesiology had been born.

This relatively new therapy has since spread across the world. It is extremely flexible, allowing therapists to personalise their treatments within the overall umbrella of muscle testing, and tailor each session to the specific needs of the client. This includes techniques based on:

Kinesiology is particularly suitable for people with a variety of seemingly unconnected symptoms that hinder conventional diagnosis and treatment. For those who have suffered for years without really knowing why, kinesiology can provide the missing answers.

Useful links:

The Chiron Centre
The Kinesiology Federation

© Andrew Kemp Kinesiology 2005 -
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