Kinesiology by Skype or Zoom, how is it possible?

If you have had a kinesiology balance, it would be reasonable for you to doubt an appointment via video conference link was even possible. You would remember laying on a bed and spending most of the session having the practitioner constantly muscle testing you.  You can’t do that through a computer monitor.  Or can you? …

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The energy of winter

For those of us based in the Southern Hemisphere we are about half way through winter.   In kinesiology a lot of our work is based on the theory of the Five Elements.  The Five Element theory is deeply embedded in Chinese culture and is the foundation of many things such as feng shui, acupuncture, and …

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Physiotherapy vs Kinesiology?

Physiotherapy and Kinesiology, are they mutually exclusive?    I see a number of clients with muscular injuries or issues (foot, leg, shoulders, jaw etc).  Most come to see me when their situation is chronic, that is, they’ve had it for a number of weeks.  It’s not unusual to hear they have been, or are still …

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