Systematic Kinesiology

Systematic Kinesiology is a complete holistic therapy of natural health care that is safe, non-invasive and drug free. It was devised by an American Chiropractor, Dr George Good heart in 1964 and was brought to the UK by Brian Butler in 1975.


The basic tool within Kinesiology is the muscle test, which is the ability to hold a muscle against light pressure testing, thereby reading the energetic bio feedback system from the body to find where health issues stem from, where imbalances and energy drains are and to find what particular stresses are affecting the Client. Kinesiology is beneficial for everyone and usually people feel the difference from the first session.

Clients are looked at as a whole, not just at the parts that are not functioning as well as one would like. Kinesiologists look beyond the symptoms to find the root cause of any imbalance. They do not diagnose but rather find the imbalances in the body and then find out what will bring the body back into balance using specialised lymphatic massage, nutrition, electrical balancing and emotional work.


During your appointment a brief medical and lifestyle history will be taken. You will remain fully clothed throughout the session whilst your arms and legs are placed in specific positions according to the muscle being tested and a light pressure is applied against the muscle. The major muscles of the body are tested systematically. It is not the strength of the muscle that is being tested but the response to the pressure being applied, so the Clients physical fitness will have no bearing on the outcome.


Alison was awarded a Certificate in Systematic Kinesiology by The Association of Systematic Kinesiology (ASK) and holds a Certificate of Professional Membership qualifying to practice the techniques of Systematic Kinesiology as taught on the SAK Diploma Course of Systematic Kinesiology.


Each session lasts 45 -60 minutes.  Cost £20


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Since March 2011, due to restrictions imposed by the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) and the Committee of Advertising (CAP) we are not allowed to describe on our website what symptoms Systematic Kinesiology can help with.