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What happens at a Kinesiology therapy session?

On making your first appointment I will send you a form to complete and return. The form, together with a conversation with you, will help me to understand where to use Kinesiology to be of most benefit to you. I always work in priority order and I do this through communication with you and your body – it is my aim that you see benefits as quickly as possible. You may be amazed to know that your body already knows the language of muscle testing.

A first session would be for about one and a half hours. We would spend the first part of the time discussing you: your health history, any current symptoms or concerns, all in complete confidence. Then I will ask you to lie on the therapy table and we will work together to find out where help is needed (please let me know if you have any concerns about getting on to a therapy table). I will carry out specific muscle tests to locate imbalances. The tests can be on your arms, hands, legs, feet or neck, with you face up or face down, and I will explain each test before I do it.

I may also massage specific points on your lymphatic system to relieve congestion. Congested lymphatic points can be tender but feel very much better once cleared. Questions I ask during your session have a reason and a connection that may not be immediately obvious but rest assured that I only ask to enable an effective treatment.

Subsequent sessions tend to be between 60 to 75 minutes; the time variant is due to what we are working on – I will not suddenly stop if to do so is not in your best interests. Typically about an hour is sufficient at one time as your body needs time to settle into the re-balanced energy. I will encourage you to drink water while you are with me and afterwards.

It is very common to find that nutritional supplements are necessary to support healing and well- being. I only recommend high quality products that have been thoroughly proven. Such high quality comes at a price and any that I find to be a priority for your body are at an additional cost to your treatment charge. I can order them for you and will request payment with the order. When your supplements arrive I will let you know that they are ready for collection. Alternatively, they can be delivered to your home or I can give you details to order them yourself. If you are taking or using prescription products, I always advise that you check with your doctor or pharmacist before taking supplements.

How many sessions will I need?

The number of sessions is entirely dependent on each individual. Starting with three sessions gives us time to assess what needs to be done and to work on the treatments. This would be a first visit of 1.5 hours, followed by two or three hour-long visits. After that, one session every couple of months may be enough to help to stay feeling tip-top while others might need more than that; some long- standing problems can take time to work out of the body.

What are the treatment fees?

90 minute initial consultation and treatment – £80

60 minute follow-up session – £65

The cost of any required supplements or products is an extra charge.

Where would I come for a Kinesiology session?

I will welcome you to my small upstairs treatment room in my home in Chilton, South Oxfordshire.

The room is equipped with a therapy table, supplement testing kits, natural strengthening items such as crystals, flower remedies and essential oils.

There is a parking space on my driveway. I will give you the address and directions when I confirm your appointment.

What should I wear for a Kinesiology session?

You will be fully clothed during your session. You will need to be comfortable and I need to be able to easily massage numerous specific points on your body. Soft trousers are a good option, such as sports clothing, leggings or light-weight fabrics. Thick fabrics such as jeans or corduroy are more difficult to work through. You will be visiting my home and I would be grateful if you remove your shoes at the door; you can bring slippers if you wish.

What qualifies you as a Kinesiology Practitioner?

I have been interested in natural health for as long as I can remember; I marvel at the body and its ability to heal. Since 2010 I have been practicing such therapies beyond my immediate family. All my training has been with inspiring subject-matter experts under the appropriate governing bodies.
I first trained in EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques which is also known as Tapping), then extended my knowledge with Kinesiology and have completed:
• 24 months training achieving Diploma advanced level
• Anatomy and physiology qualification
• Nutritional Therapist qualification
• Certificate in emergency first aid
I am a member of the Kinesiology Association.
Please feel free to ask if you have any questions.