Applied Kinesiology

Kinesiology recognises that body mechanics, biochemistry and emotional health are fundamental to optimal health. Your nervous system monitors and co-ordinates all your body interactions. An Applied Kinesiology™ practitioner uses muscle testing to assess your nervous system function and find a solution to your health concerns.


Applied Kinesiology

Applied Kinesiology™ is trademarked so the Australian public can identify accredited practitioners. As holistic primary health care professionals, they are highly skilled in structural correction, nutrition, cranio-sacral therapy, neurological function, meridian therapy, visceral (organ) therapy, immune system function, Retained Neonatal Reflexes® and many other health aspects.  Find more information here.

Retained Neonatal Reflexes

Retained Neonatal Reflexes®- is a revolutionary approach to treating children with learning difficulties and behavioural problems. Retained primitive (neonatal) reflexes can lead to developmental delays related to disorders like ADHD, sensory processing disorder, autism, and learning disabilities. The persistence of primitive reflexes contribute to issues with coordination, balance, sensory perceptions, fine motor skills, sleep, immunity, energy levels, impulse control, concentration and all levels of social, emotional, and intellectual learning. We use a combination of gentle, low force, specific adjustments, nutritional support and exercises to encourage proper integration of reflexes.


Neuroemotional Technique - NET

Neuro Emotional Technique (NET) – is a mind-body technique that uses a methodology of finding and removing neurological imbalances related to the physiology of unresolved stress. NET is a tool that can help improve many behavioural and physical conditions. Find more information here.

Total Body Modification - TBM

Total Body Modification (TBM) – Is an advanced kinesiology technique used to find an organ or area of the body that is dysfunctioning, then, corrects the problem by restoring the body’s master system, the nervous system. The practitioner stimulates specific energy circuits in an attempt to stimulate the neurons in the brain to return to optimal functioning. Find more information here.