Wednesday, Nov 21st



Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  1. How can Kinesiology help me?
  2. How do I find/choose a practitioner
  3. Will Kinesiology affect my medication
  4. How many sessions shall I have?
  5. How long will a session take?
  6. What is LifeTracking?
  7. How can I join the Kineisology Federation?
  8. How do I become a Creative Kinesiologist?
  9. What is Kinesiology?
  10. What is muscle-testing?

1) How can Kinesiology help me?

Kineisology may help by:

  • working with you to discover the trigger for healing your symptoms
  • using muscle tesing to identify where and how symptoms have taken hold in your body and energy systems and the best way to release, balance and heal.
  • working with your body, nutrition, emotions, thought patterns and energy systems
  • working with you so that you can understand what is happening, and finding ways that can support all aspects of your health and well being
  • offering a completely holistic approach which is tailored to your needs - it’s your body not just anybody

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2) How Do I Find/ Choose a Practitioner?

Our practitioner pages will provide details about Creative Kinesiologists in your area. The practitioners advertised have differing levels of experience but all are trained to a high standard. The letters after practitioners' names denote their level of experience and training - see below

KFRP Adv - some of our practitioners have completed additional professional training and are therefore classed as Advanced Practitioners, registered with the Kinesiology Federation of GB.

KFRP – most of our practitioners are trained to this standard. This means that the practitioner is registered as a professional with the Kinesiology Federation of GB and has completed all their kinesiology training and are up to date with their requirements for Continuing Professional Development.

KF Assoc – - this means that the practitioner has completed their professional kinesiology training but has not yet completed all their core subject training nor their clincial practice. They are under the supervision of a Mentor.

Alternatively you can use the practitioner search facility on the Kinesiology Federation website which gives details of Advanced Registered Practitioners (KFRP Adv/AKFRP), Registered Practitioners (KFRP) and Associate Practitioners (KFAssoc) including different branches of kinesiologies.

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3) Will Kinesiology affect my medication?

Kinesiology is a complementary therapy. Your practitioner will generally take a medical history, including details of any medication  but unless medically qualified, the kinesiologist will not advise changes to your medication. However, he or she may suggest you review your medication with your GP more regularly as your therapy progresses.

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4) How many sessions shall I have?

Significant change can take place after just one session. However, we recommend at least three sessions - this can result in profound change, these further sessions will then ensure that any changes made are anchored in your body.

Some people continue with Creative Kinesiology on a regular basis. Others find it beneficial when they need to be functioning optimally or want help making transitions in their life.

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5) How long will a session take?

This depends on the practitioner but typically sessions last between 1-1½ hours.

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6) What is LifeTracking?

You can experience LifeTracking as personal sessions or workshops to help you find direction, feel good about life and raise vitality and energy levels. The LifeTracking Series is Creative Kinesiology School’s foundation training usually held as a series of five weekend workshops.  Shorter workshops and intensives are also run by some practitioners. All workshops and personal sessions serve to enhance personal and spiritual development.

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7) How do I join the Kinesiology Federation?

Contact the Kinesiology Federation for details:

PO Box 269


Hampshire  PO12 9FG

Tel: 0845 260 1094

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8) How do I become a Creative Kinesiologist?

See our training section or watch this short video

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9) What is Kinesiology?

Kinesiology was originally developed by an American chiropractor called George Goodheart. He found that by testing muscles before and after he made a correction he achieved better results for his patients.  As time progressed he was able to make a connection between various muscles and acupuncture meridians. By testing these muscles the kinesiologist can get a picture of what is happening in your meridian system and how this is affecting you.  But, equally, the muscle testing can also show what has affected the meridians in the first place and indicate what is the best way to deal with that stress, be it emotional, physical, environmental, nutritional or mental.

So, kinesiology is a blend of the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine and western techniques that allow a kinesiologist to treat you in a truly holistic manner.  Each person’s session is unique to them.  Kinesiology can establish connections between imbalances and can establish which is the priority issue to be dealt with and what is the most effective treatment. Kinesiology uses a range of gentle yet extremely powerful techniques. These restore balance to your system and create and maintain health and well-being.  You can function better on all levels.

Muscle testing also allows the kinesiologist to draw on other healing techniques and modalities and integrate them into the session where appropriate. Some people consider kinesiology to be one of the best methods to uncover the underlying causes of health problems that are difficult to find by any other means.

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10)  What is muscle-testing?

Muscle-testing is a wonderful, gentle and non-invasive tool used by kinesiologists in order to discover the story behind your symptoms. Feedback from the body’s muscles gives a picture of what is happening in the energy systems. In a session we look at how your energy is running and what is imbalancing your energy system and causing your symptoms.

This could be anything ranging from an actual physical problem, something nutritional (eg an intolerance), an environmental influence, your feelings about a past event, to an ancestral inheritance or a spiritual issue. Once we have found the story behind the symptoms, we can go on to find out what is the best thing to do so that you can feel better, whether that be some bodywork, changing diet, energy balancing or a myriad of other gentle and non-invasive techniques and treatments used in kinesiology.

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