What Is Kinesiology?

Put very simply, Kinesiology uses simple and painless muscle testing as a type of body language to communicate potential problems and solutions to the client and practitioner. It is non-invasive, drug-free and enormously empowering.

Dawn Testing

Dawn practicing Kinesiology with a client at her practice in Bristol

It is based on the principle that our muscles are connected to a network of energetic channels that are often referred to as meridians, stress can disrupt this natural flow of energy and disease is said to result when these pathways become blocked or imbalanced.

Kinesiologists can help individuals to identify these blockages and uncover the root of the health issue by looking at physical, nutritional, emotional and energetical imbalances. Once any problems areas have been identified, acupressure massage, nutritional suggestions, and other new thinking techniques may also be utilised to restore balance.

It works most effectively from the perspective of preventing problems before they arise, but it can also be beneficial for people who are experiencing a range of complaints that sometimes can’t be explained medically. Kinesiology also helps people take the guesswork out of what nutritional supplements may be needed and can give much needed insights into food intolerances.

Kinesiology, as it stands today, spans the full spectrum of health. The principles are practiced worldwide by doctors, dentists, chiropractors, osteopaths, naturopaths, physiotherapists, nutritionists and educators. It is also used by athletes, performers, school children and businessmen and women.

It is one of the fastest growing fields in natural health therapies and now YOU have the opportunity to learn how to do it for yourself, for friends and family and even if you choose to become a practitioner, for your own clients in your own practice!

Pauline Part completed her training with Dawn from Essence and now practices Kinesiology in her own clinic.

Pauline Part completed her training with Dawn from Essence and now practices Kinesiology in her own clinic.

‘Kinesiology should be standard medical training for all general medical practitioners.’ – Susan Clark, The Times