What is Kinesiology?


Kinesiology is a holistic health care method that works on every aspect of your health, on different levels : physical, psychological, emotional, nutritional, and spiritual. It identifies and relieves the stresses which may be preventing the individual from enjoying excellent health.

It was developed in the 1960's by Dr. George Goodheart. It combines modern western techniques and knowledge drawn from Eastern health systems.


Kinesiology makes use of a bio feed-back technique called "Muscle Test"  to monitor the flow of energy throughout the body on a very subtle level. It is a basic tool of Kinesiology. Kinesiologist practitioners use it to identify factors which may be disrupting the individual's natural flow of energy, which is essential to a person's good health and well-being. With a muscle test, we can get to the root cause of a person's problems, whether this cause is physical, chemical, emotional, and/or energetic...


After clarifying the cause or root of an imbalance, a Kinesiologist uses various techniques to help release the identified stresses and balances the energy throughout the body which leads to harmony and balance of the body, mind and spirit. This harmony will bring you back to a natural state of Homeostasis : you recover the body's ability to self-heal.

Amongst other things, kinesiology can help with the following :


Emotional & Psychology concerns such as :

  • releasing emotional stress - anger, fear, anxiety, guilt, regret, frustration, jealousy
  • low self esteem
  • post traumatic stress
  • depression, anxiety
  • relationship issues
  • mourning

Physical concerns such as :

  • relief of physical pain
  • vitality and resistance to illness
  • physical and mental fatigue, stress, burn-out
  • help with allergy and nutritional requirements
  • addictions and dependence
  • improving posture and coordination
  • pregnancy

Child concerns such as :

  • learning disorders
  • concentration problems
  • successfully passing an exam
  • school-related stress
  • family related stress

Personal Development such as :

  • setting and achieving goals
  • tapping into hidden potential
  • developing artistic talent or sport skills
  • relationships
  • finding meaning and motivation