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Health Kinesiology UK

Health Kinesiology training and practitioner listings

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  • Registered Health Kinesiology practitioners in the UK.
  • Information about accredited UK Health Kinesiology course contents, locations, tutors, pricing, etc.

Health kinesiology in a nutshell:
Health kinesiology (HK) is a complementary therapy renowned for it’s ability to identify and correct energetic imbalances. Your body has an innate ability to heal itself in optimised and balanced conditions.  Past or present emotions and memories stored as negative molecules in your physical body, past accidents, traumas, toxins, etc. can hinder this ability.  When something is weighing you down emotionally, mentally or physically, it is a sign of your energy flows, such as meridians, being out of balance.  These accumulated imbalanced energies do not release themselves naturally.

Health Kinesiology is a successful complementary therapy that helps you to recover or optimise your overall well-being.  Health kinesiologists use muscle testing to identify personalised healing solutions unique to only you.  HK treats the person as a whole, through muscle testing accessing your subconscious mind, where the key to your health is held.  HK is based on the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine and health.

2013 FHT awards Amanda Brooks Kam Raval6 copyAmanda Brooks (right) receiving Federation of Holistic Therapists Teacher of the Year award, a celebration for the quality of Health Kinesiology training program, 2014.

Scientific Research Program

Initially we are looking for people with any of the following:-

Allergies, intolerances, reactions to foods, pollens, chemicals etc. Anxiety, panic attacks, fears, phobias, stress, emotional issues and related symptoms. Pain. Sleep related problems.

If you feel that you meet the criteria for our research program (you may have a number of symptoms from different categories), please contact one of the practitioners participating in the research program directly.

Health kinesiology is explained further in a book called Health Kinesiology by Jane Thurnell-Read.

Please note: Complementary therapies are not a replacement for medical advice and care. Always consult a doctor if you are concerned about your health.