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Kinesiology traditionally means the study of body movement.  The word is derived from the original Greek words "kinein" meaning "to move" and "aesthesis" meaning "perception".  Applied Kinesiology originated in the 1960's through the work of chiropractor, Dr. George Goodheart, who was looking to improve the effectiveness of his work.  He acknowledged that basic chiropractic adjustments often were not providing complete relief for physical problems and observed that some problems were related to muscle spasms that were not being released. He discovered factors that would negatively affect the strength and function of muscles and began a lifelong search for methods that could improve muscle strength and along the way, recognised the validity of other natural therapies.  A study of the original methods of testing muscles led to the primary diagnostic tool of muscle testing which was termed Applied Kinesiology.



Specialised Kinesiology uses the scientific knowledge of the functioning of the muscles of the body and the Central Nervous System (CNS).  All the cells in our body are electrically connected to the neurology in our brain via the spinal cord and the CNS, so the "muscle monitoring" technique used in Kinesiology is really testing brain response to stressors rather than pure muscle strength.  "Muscle monitoring" is the key to Kinesiology.  This technique monitors changes within a muscle response through a lock-unlock reaction, to identify areas of blockage and imbalance and, by using the same method, finding the appropriate technique to restore balance and harmony.

Benefits of Kinesiology

Physical Issues

  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

  • Clearing Negative Consequences of Injury

  • Fertility Issues

  • Food Sensitivities

  • Hip Rotation

  • Pain

  • Sexual Issues

  • Spine/Back Alignment

  • Sports Injuries

  • Thyroid Balance

  • Women’s Health including PMT and Polycystic Ovaries

  • Digestive disturbances

  • Digestive disturbances

  • Circulatory imbalances

  • Immune disorders

  • Endocrine disorders

  • Idiopathic Scoliosis

  • Joint & Connective Tissue problems

  • T.M.J. (Temporo Mandibular) dysfunction

Mental and Emotional Issues

  • ADHD and Learning Difficulties

  • Brain Integration

  • Emotional Trauma

  • Healing the Inner Child

  • Lack of Self-Confidence

  • Phobias and Anxiety

  • Psychological Issues

  • Reclaiming Personal Power

  • Self-Sabotage and Self-Limiting Beliefs

  • Stress

  • Survival Programs

Spiritual Issues

  • Clearing Invasive Energies

  • Clearing Spiritual Blockages

  • Soul Integration


Integrated Healing is a revolutionary healing system that combines the best of modern Psychology, NLP, CBT, Physiology, Applied Kinesiology, Traditional Chinese Medicine, complementary medicine and many other modalities, with its own unique methodologies, to give you a profound, yet simple, approach to healing.

Kinesiology is an approach to complementary health that uses ‘Muscle Testing’ to give bio-feedback and to identify areas of stress (emotional or physical), imbalance or dysfunction in the body’s energy systems.

Kinesiology brings together healing modalities from the East and the West by combining Chinese Meridian therapy, Acupuncture and energy balancing with muscle testing, anatomy, physiology and psychology used in the west. Kinesiology is a non-invasive, truly holistic therapy, addressing the client’s being as a whole to deal with physical, nutritional, emotional, spiritual and energetic problems.

To book a session contact Chrisna. A session takes about 1 hour. The healing effects are on a permanent level and the results are truly amazing.


Integrated Healing

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