Kinesiology is a natural holistic therapy.

An integration of Western techniques and Eastern medical systems, kinesiology is a non-invasive healing science that encompasses various holistic health disciplines to promote physical, mental and emotional health.

Kinesiology identifies and addresses physical, psychological, nutritional and environmental stresses to support the body’s innate healing abilities and help facilitate positive change.


“Kinesiology is a non-invasive way to find out stresses and imbalances in somebody’s body and using the body’s responses to find a way to resolve that. Simply put,
it’s a way to get the body to fix itself.”

- Brett Scott

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Body / mind complexity

The relationships between body and mind are quite complex.

Physical pain can bring on feelings of anger and frustration. This could lead to emotional eating an excess of comfort foods. And vice versa. Emotional pain or trauma can be reflected as tension in the body which can then create physical pain.

Who can benefit from it

As we are supporting your body to heal itself, everybody can benefit from it. Common conditions we are dealing with:

  • Addictions

  • Allergies and sensitivities

  • Anxiety and depression

  • Athletic performance

  • Autoimmune

  • Chronic fatigue

  • Chronic pain

  • Cardiovascular, digestive, immune and respiratory conditions

  • Detox and nutritional support

  • Environmental toxicity

  • General maintenance

  • Goal setting

  • Hormonal imbalances

  • Insomnia and sleeping issues

  • Learning disorders

  • Limited range of movement

  • Negative or self-limiting thoughts and patterns

  • Phobias

  • Skin problems

  • Stress

  • Psychosomatic disorders

  • Reproductive health

  • Trauma

Kinesiology’s effective results come from the way it works with the body’s innate healing intelligence to restore balance and health to neurological and physiological function. Through this modality, profound changes may be experienced emotionally, mentally and physically, thereby increasing a person’s health and overall wellbeing.