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What is Kinesiology?

  • Name, origin and pronunciation
  • Development history
  • Treatment
  • Who can benefit?
  • What are the benefits?
  • What can Kinesiology help?
  • Can Kinesiology help you?
  • Testimonials
  • Biography
  • My CV



    Name, Origin and Pronunciation


    The word Kinesiology comes from the Greek work kinesis, meaning motion. In the medical sciences it is the name given to the study of muscles and the movement of the body. Kinesiology is best pronounced kin -easy - ology.


    Development History


    Applied Kinesiology was the name given by its inventor, Dr George Goodheart, an American chiropractor, in 1965. Goodheart discovered that when a muscle was tested, the result could reveal vital information, which was quite impossible to determine by any other method of investigation. In the last 30 years, the body of knowledge on Kinesiology has developed rapidly, and much clinical research has validated the many new discoveries.

    In the early 1973 John Thie developed a system of Kinesiology called Touch for Health specifically for non-medical professionals that has since been experienced by well over 3 million people in at least 50 countries.

    Kinesiology is one of the fastest growing and most interesting developments in modern natural healthcare. There are different types of Kinesiology, Classical, Health, Education, 3 in 1, Creative and Progressive to name a few, but they all use muscle testing as the basis for their work.

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    A Sample Session


    The Kinesiologist will first take a medical and lifestyle history. You remain fully clothed in a Kinesiology session. The Kinesiologist will place your arms, legs or head into specific positions and then apply gentle pressure. Muscle testing gives the Kinesiologist information and feedback from your body about its condition and can assess the order in which to treat the imbalances. A treatment plan may include nutritional supplements, emotional stress release techniques such as Emotional Freedom Technique, acupressure, gentle structural realignment, firm reflex massage and suggested lifestyle changes and more.

    Kinesiology can detect imbalances in the body's systems in four key areas:

    Chemical nutrition, hormones, pH good health begins in the gut
    Structural bones, muscles, tissues
    Emotional fears, phobias, trauma, stress
    Electrical hydration, energy levels and energetic fields

    It can assess a person's response to any stimulus.

    It draws on the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine and can evaluate body function through the muscle/meridian relationship.

    It can also establish connections between imbalances, put them in order of priority and determine the most effective treatment.

    Kinesiology is renowned for being able to uncover and help the underlying causes of health problems that are difficult to find by any other means.

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    Who can benefit


    Everyone can benefit:

    Animals - farm and domestic pets
    Athletes - sports injuries
    Babies
    Companies - help with staff sickness levels
    Disabled
    Dyslexics
    Elderly
    Performers
    The fit - 6 monthly MOT checks to ensure the body is balanced
    The injured - from accidents or recovering from surgery
    The unwell - unresolved health issues


    When someone cannot be muscle tested or unconscious, a "surrogate" may be used.

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    What are the benefits?


    Kinesiology restores the whole system to balance thus facilitating the self-healing process. It can:

    Increase energy and vitality
    Prevent illness
    Improve posture
    Relieve physical pain and tension
    Release and manage emotions and stress
    Enhance brain function and co-ordination
    Discover individual nutritional needs and sensitivities

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    What can Kinesiology help?


    Anxiety, fears and phobias
    Allergies and food sensitivities
    Arthritis and joint pain
    Asthma
    Back pains, lower back pain and slipped disc
    Breast pains
    Bloating and gas
    Candida and thrush
    Chronic fatigue and ME
    Co-ordination and balance problems
    Depression
    Digestive problems
    Dyslexia
    Eczema, rashes and skin conditions
    Elbow pain
    Frequent infections and immune problems
    Frozen shoulder and neck pain
    Heavy or restless legs
    Headaches and migraines
    Insomnia, poor sleeping patterns
    IBS - constipation and diarrhoea
    Low energy levels
    Menstrual and hormonal problems
    Poly Cystic Ovaries Syndrome- PCOS
    Repetitive Injury Strain -RSI
    Sinus problems
    Stress
    Tennis Elbow
    Tinnitus

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    Can Kinesiology help you?

    Send me an email listing your symptoms and I will tell you how kinesiology can help.

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    All inquiries are treated in the strictest confidence.

    Testimonials

    "I suffered from IBS for years before I came across kinesiology. After two sessions in a month my symptoms had greatly improved. Marcia had identified several foods which were causing me problems and after their elimination, I had more energy an less trips to the loo" Mary, Greenwich, London

    "My problem was sore and irregular periods, spotty skin and suspected PCOS. Marcia found an imbalance in my liver circuit which was not working at its best and used herbal remedies to detoxify my system. Two months later, my periods were back to normal with less discomfort. My skin has also cleared and I now have a better understanding of how my body works." Catherine, Blackheath, London

    "I have a very busy job which keeps me working late. My energy levels were on the floor and I felt very run down after a particularly long contract. I first contacted Marcia on the recommendation of a friend and I was totally skeptical about kinesiology as I did not know too much about it. However I was ready to give anything a try and I was really pleased with the results. Marcia found that I was deficient in B vitamins and magnesium. I started to take these supplements and since then I have noticed that my stress levels are down and that I have more energy. Thanks very much" Peter, Canary Wharf, London



    Biography

    I am an experienced Kinesiologist, holding qualifications in Advanced Kinesiology, Health Kinesiology, Emotional Freedom Technique, Chinese Five Elements, nutrition, biology, anatomy and physiology, biochemistry, cell biology, counseling and first aid. I am also a qualified instructor of Touch for Health and teach these courses in and around London.

    Convinced by my personal experiences in the healing powers of kinesiology and natural therapies, I changed career from corporate marketing to pursue one in complementary healthcare.

    I am a Registered Practitioner Member, (KFRP) of the Kinesiology Federation and I continue to study natural health remedies as part of my continual professional development.

    My CV

    Kinesiology Education

    1975-77
    ONC in Biology, Cell biology, Virology, Bio-chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Laboratory procedures

    May 1995
    First contact with Kinesiology was workshop with Donna Eden

    Apr–Jul 2001
    Integrated Practitioner Training with Maggie La Tourelle including Touch for Health 1-4, Chinese 5 Elements. Based on the work by John Thie and Dr George Goodheart

    Oct 2001 - June 2002
    Classical Kinesiology Institute (formerly MESK), Leicester
    Advanced Kinesiology, Advanced Anatomy & Physiology
    Based on the work by John Thie and Dr George Goodheart.

    Nov 2001
    First Aid

    July 2002
    Nutrition for Kinesiologists – Jane Thurnell-Read, London
    Based on Health Kinesiology techniques by Jimmy Scott

    Nov 2002
    Energy mismatch for Kinesiologists – Jane Thurnell-Read
    Based on Health Kinesiology techniques by Jimmy Scott

    Nov 2002 - 2004
    Functional Biochemistry - Series of eight weekend workshops
    Based on the Applied Kinesiology work of Dr George Goodheart

    Jan - Apr 2003
    Counseling Skills – Person Centered

    Sep - 2003
    Touch for Health Instructor
    International Kinesiology College of Zurich

    2005
    First Aid Update

    Nov 2005
    Emotional Freedom Technique
    Association of Meridian Therapies

    Nov 2005
    Health Kinesiology – Level 1
    Based on Health Kinesiology techniques by Jimmy Scott

    Nov 2006
    Touch for Health Instructor Update

    Oct 2006 - April 2007 Lamberts Practitioner Seminars

    Overcoming the barriers to Weight Loss
    Unraveling the Causes of Gut Disorders
    Tired of Being Tired
    Cardiovascular Disease
    Inflammation
    Skin Health from the Inside Out
    Continuing professional development, seminars, workshops, courses.

    Jan 2007
    Dicken Weatherby
    The Functional Analysis of the 10 Most Important Blood Tests

    Business Education

    1989-1991
    HND Business Administration – Accountancy, Marketing,
    Organisational Psychology, Economics, Purchasing

    1991- 1992
    Post graduate diploma in Marketing with the Chartered Institute
    of Marketing.

    1993
    Employee Training and Business presentation skills

    1996 to present
    Chartered Marketer, CIM

    Kinesiology Experience
    1995-2001
    Used Donna Eden’s techniques on family and friends until I decided that I wanted to change my career from a Marketing Director and train to become a professional practitioner.

    April 2001 - Sept 2001
    Enrolled with Maggie La Tourelle to develop and build skills.
    Continued to work full time in marketing but practiced part-time on friends, colleagues and referrals in the evenings/weekends.

    Oct 2001 - June 2002
    Commenced Advanced Kinesiology course with the Classical Kinesiology Institute in October 2001. I continued to work in marketing full time and practiced kinesiology part-time. I completed my studies and passed exams. I resigned from my marketing profession and set up my own practice.

    June 2002 Feb 2003
    Set up practice from home and worked towards becoming a Kinesiology Federation Registered Practitioner.

    Feb 2003 – present
    Moved practice to Natureworks, London West End

    Feb 2003
    Qualified as KFRP (Kinesiology Federation Registered Practitioner)

    Jan-April 2006
    Teaching and practicing kinesiology in Guatemala

    April 2006 – Present
    Returned to practice - Natureworks, London

    April 2007 - 2008 The Maple Leaf Clinic, Twickenham
    April 2008 - 2009 Exeter Natural Health Center, Exeter
    November 2008 - First aid update
    May 2013 - Present Waterloo Therapy Rooms, Waterloo, London
    September 2013 - Present Fitness First, Holborn, London

    Professional Body Memberships

    Kinesiology Federation
    Chartered Institute of Marketing, Chartered Marketer


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