FAQ

What it kinesiology?

Kinesiology encompasses holistic health disciplines which use the gentle art of muscle monitoring to access information about a person’s well being. Originating in the 1970’s, it combines Western techniques and Eastern wisdom to promote physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health. Kinesiology identifies the elements which inhibit the body’s natural internal energies and accessing the life enhancing potential within the individual.”

(Definition approved by the Australian Kinesiology Association 1999.)

When do I need to see a kinesiologist?

You don’t actually have to be sick to see a Kinesiologist. Most people use Kinesiology as a way to improve performance in many areas of their life.

Kinesiology can be experienced for people who may be interested in exploring their potential to achieve their dreams and are ready to embrace the journey.

How will kinesiology work for me?

Kinesiology uses the framework of Chinese medicine to identify and locate imbalances in your body. Using muscle testing technique it will assist with revealing which body parts and your systems need revitalising.

Kinesiology looks at your health as a whole, dressing not only what is going on with your physical body, but also your environment and your emotional state.

What can I expect to happen in a session?

The first session will usually begin with a detailed personal and medical history. We will discuss with you what you would like to work on and a treatment plan. 

What should I wear?

In every session you will remain fully clothed, although you will be asked to remove shoes and bulky jackets or coats.

What can kinesiology help with?

Almost anything! Stress can manifest itself in many different ways, physically, mentally and emotionally.

Including:
·         Headaches and muscle tension and pain    
·         Chest pain
·         Digestive problems
·         Sleeplessness, insomnia and fatigue
·         Weight gain or loss
·         Eating disorders
·         Depression, anxiety and worry
·         Anger,  irritation and moodiness
·         Substance abuse
·         Lack of motivation and focus
·         Poor immune function
·         Change in sex drive

Can I claim Kinesiology on my health fund?

Sadly government changes to health fund rebates have wiped a large list of health modalities, including Kinesiology. As of April 2019, although accredited, health fund rebates will no longer be available.