I was suffering from Ménière’s disease [a disorder that affects the inner ear, which is responsible for your balance, as well as hearing] when I was introduced to Brett. The disease has affected me in many ways, and has stopped me from doing what I love, which is dancing. After 4 sessions with Brett, I was able to dance on the dance floor at a party! It’s the first time in 2 years! Thank you so much Brett!
When I visited Brett, I’d been suffering from chronic back pain for nearly a year. In any one day, I could be on my feet for no longer than 2 hours and could only sit for 15 minutes at a time. In desperation, I decided to try something new – Kinesiology. It really helped to unlock the pattern of pain both physically and mentally, and allowed me to take a big step forwards and start believing again that I could become pain-free and physically strong. My body started to re-learn how to use the muscles and neural pathways that had been shutdown by the pain for so long, and after just 4 sessions I completely recovered. I owe a huge amount of thanks to Brett and his Kinesiology skills – they saved me from the surgeon’s knife.
I had been on anti-depressants for just over 2 years and was having a great deal of difficulty trying to cut down the dosage even the smallest amount without going into a manic episode when I was thankfully referred to Brett for support. Brett had the most wonderful calming and caring approach and his knowledge, techniques and supplements truly were a miracle for me. He got to the root of things using muscle testing to get answers from my body that I couldn’t give consciously. This was quite enlightening and, even dare I say relaxing. Add to that the variety of supplements to assist my body to learn to do for itself, and in no time at all I was completely anti-depressant free and have been for more than a year now – and I am very happy, healthy and well! I am grateful and appreciative of what Brett helped me to achieve and would highly recommend him to anyone who wants to be free of prescribed drugs and the heaviness and hopelessness that keeps you in a constant downward spiral.