Q. What is Kinesiology?

Q. How many Kinesiology sessions will I need?

A. Everyone is different, it can depend on how long you have had a condition  and how severe. Kinesiology is not a quick fix so you will need anything between two and six sessions, maybe more.

Q. Can I have Kinesiology while receiving medical treatments from my GP?

A. Yes, kinesiology is a complimentary therapy that you can have alongside medical advice and medication.

Q. Can children have Kinesiology?

A. Yes all ages can have kinesiology. It is recommended a surrogate is used for children under 5 years old, the fragile elderly, people in pain and those with disabilities that may restrict/ prevent muscle testing.

Q. Can I wear what I want during Kinesiology?

A. Yes. Though its advisable to wear something comfortable that you can move freely in. Muscle testing uses the arms and the legs, so you may feel more comfortable wearing trousers.

Q. Do you sell the supplements/ flower remedies that are recommended after a session?

A. No but I can advise you of different sources to purchase supplements. Bespoke flower remedies are provided as part of the session free of charge.

Q. Will Kinesiology work if I don’t bother getting the supplements or flower remedies recommended?

A. You will feel a difference for a couple of days, potentially up to a week after the session, but it won’t make a lasting difference without the recommended supplements/ flower remedies/ homework.

Q. Can Kinesiology help with emotional or psychological issues?

A. Yes, Kinesiology can help with stress, fears, anxiety, depression, phobias, past trauma and behavioural issues. (Adults and children).

Q. Can you check for food intolerance or sensitivities?

A. Yes it is possible to find out which foods your body is struggling with at that time. It is more likely your digestion needs some support rather than a food being a problem. It may be useful for you to avoid a certain food for a few weeks to enable your digestion to become more efficient then reintroduce it back into your diet.
It is also possible to test any products that you use on your face, body or home that you suspect you are sensitive to.
Please note that only your GP can test for ‘allergies’.

If you have a question that is not answered above, please feel free to contact Melinda here.