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    We believe in a whole person approach to health.

    Kinesiology is one of the fastest growing fields in natural health therapy.  Not only does it use an holistic approach, it has the ability to be tailored to each individual person you are working with.  If you wish to join a course in Systematic Kinesiology you are in the right place.  We’ve been offering training since 2000 and we have a selection of locations to find a course near you.

    Systematic Kinesiology is both an approach to health and a system of treating the body.  Whether you wish to learn more about how the body works, feel empowered when it comes to your health, understand how to reduce stress, test for food sensitivities, and so much more, this is the place to be.

    Systematic Kinesiology has as a fundamental principle to look at health from a whole person perspective. By working with a wide range of areas – emotional, nutritional, physical and energetic systems – results are impressive.  By using muscle testing, the body’s biofeedback tool, the practitioner can identify what is stressing the body, as well as interpret what corrections the body needs to come back into balance.

    What makes Systematic Kinesiology unique is that the skilled practitioner is accessing the intelligence of the client’s body to reveal what is out of balance and what it needs to return to wholeness.

    The Vital Philosophy offered by KinesiologyZone

    There are many ways of learning Kinesiology. Not all will give the student the correct emphasis. KinesiologyZone Course Leaders will constantly emphasise that we deal with each person as “A WHOLE BEING”.

    Many give lip service to the ‘wholeness’ concept, but often lose sight of it when working with people. KinesiologyZone asks students to live and practice this philosophy since it is the power of Systematic Kinesiology.

    Below is a video with Stephanie Mills explaining the holistic approach that Systematic Kinesiologists use when approaching any health issue.

    Watch this sample training below:

    What does holistic mean?

    When we think of health and what it means, we usually think of what we eat, our diet, and how much we move in the form of exercise or indeed not move.  Most of us tend to lead more sedentary lives. When we consider health from a holistic perspective, what that means is we’re considering not just the physical, or the chemical nature of the body, but also the mind, energy and spiritual side.  We consider emotions and stress to play a significant role in healthcare.

    We are looking at the whole of the person not just their symptoms. Our aim is to identify the primary cause(s) of symptoms from a wide range of possibilities – such as structural, mental/emotional, biochemical and energetic (acupuncture).

    When we muscle test, we are not simply testing the muscle itself but as an extension of the nervous system.  We use the tool of testing muscle and function enables the practitioner to assess where imbalances might be found.  Using many tools, the intention is to strengthen and balance the muscle. This has a positive effect on the related organ and energy system.

    In this video, Siobhan Guthrie demonstrates a muscle test.

    The significance of a muscle testing weak is that it means it’s not able to function properly and leads to other muscles having to compensate and/or tighten creating tension in the body.

    Siobhan demonstrates using a Systematic Kinesiology approach, how the muscle circuit is balanced holistically (by defusing emotions, checking for relevant nutrition, and using the body’s own circulation and lymphatic reflexes).

    Since muscle moves bones, when a muscle is balanced it means that a client may feel more energised and if pain had been experienced before, pain is often reduced or eliminated.  When a muscle is tense due to emotional stress, food sensitivities or structure imbalances, then the effect of a balance, helps to release that tension.

    By being able to test a client specifically what “stresses” them (food, emotions etc), it helps us get better results for our clients with this very unique and individual approach.

    Watch the video for a quick demonstration