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I have been a Classical Kinesiology practitioner for over 20 years, and a practicing Naturopathic for 5 years. My approach to treatment is naturopathic, incorporating dietary advice, and supplements, together with home help techniques to help redirect the body onto the path towards better health.
Kinesiology and the Naturopathic approach aims to help the body system back to balance, thus facilitating the self healing process. Classical Kinesiology is a potent, safe, powerful, drug-free natural approach to holistic health care for the modern way of life.
A treatment consists of an initial consultation, followed by the use of kinesiology muscle resistance responses to help build a picture of the imbalances in various areas of the body. The use of acupressure, herbs, diet, food and lifestyle may be used to help obtain balance back in the body. Emotional remedies are offered using Bach Flowers and Phytobiophysics remedies. I also work using the meridian system.
Each person is an individual and each naturopathic kinesiology session is tailored to the individual.
The aim of the sessions are to balance the body through Kinesiology and Naturopathy to aid the path to wellbeing and good health.
I retrained as a classical kinesiologist after experiencing its benefits myself when I was ill with ME/CFS for nearly two years.
Training, qualifications & experience
BSc (Hons), MSc, KFRP, Dip.Class.K. Naturopath ND
The Kinesiology Federation (KF) is an organisation representing practitioners, instructors and training schools. Its sole purpose is to establish and maintain high standards in training and therapeutic practice for the benefit of both the general public and its membership.
All featured members of the KF have agreed to work to a code of conduct and are also required to provide proof of their qualifications and insurance.
The key aim of the General Naturopathic Council (GNC) is to regulate and support practitioners in order to ensure the safety and well being of the public.
The GNC has two different kinds of membership - Registered Naturopaths and Associate Naturopaths.
£50.00 - £65.00
Initial appointment £55 or £65 depending on location, subsequent appointments (approximately 4 week intervals initially) are £50 to £55 depending on location.
When I work
I am available for appointments on Tuesdays and Wednesdays only, during the days - with some evening appointments available too.