About Me

After nearly 10 years working in the corporate world, I can well understand the stresses and pressures of fast turnaround and accountability in a world that never stops. The requirement to manage time, projects and professional development, as well as juggle personal endeavours can be a daunting prospect and mastering the time, passion, energy and balance remains the holy grail of so many execs in the world today. A degree in psychology, coupled with self awareness, some bumpy lessons along the way and a jolly good sense of humour, enable me to provide a space, safe for self discovery and recuperation. A favourite quote of mine is, “build a life you don’t need a holiday from” and it is this that I strive to help my clients achieve in their sessions.

What is Specialised Kinesiology 

There is a growing global trend toward integrated health modalities. Specialised Kinesiology is gaining recognition as a holistic medical practice that treats the cause and not the symptoms. It is an Integration of Eastern and Western philosophies in a solution oriented process where the recuperation response is realised through the natural laws that govern the nervous system.

Specifically, it aims to;

  1. Remove interference to the nervous system
  2. Remove defence physiology
  3. Use muscle monitoring to access the thalamus & hypothalamus responses
  4. Check physiological responses to thought and memory

How does it work?

A Specialised Kinesiologist is trained to access the client’s neurology through mechanisms to gather information through bio-feedback and balance using a range of corrections. Stressors emerge via the subconscious, through the nervous system, as a suppression of recuperation. If we didn’t have suppressions, there would be no need for any neurological training (that being the methodology used to effect change within the nervous system). The corrections range from physical, such as  stimulating Neuro Lymphatics, holding Neuro Vasculars, meridian work or working with the cranial plates, to emotional corrections, involving talking about stressors and bringing information received from the neurology to conscious awareness to allow the client to recuperate.

To understand suppression, we need to understand how we recuperate when we are working ‘normally’ - “normal” being how we successfully negotiate obstacles we encounter during the course of living.

Treatment utilises a sensory receptor-based therapy primarily involving skin surface reflexes designed to normalise nervous system function. It holds as its premise, that everything that happens to us on a physical, chemical, or emotional level must be processed through one or more of the three basic survival systems.

Our reaction to these stimuli is a chain reaction of neurobiochemical events designed to compensate and maximize our self-preservation, by our nervous system constantly monitoring both the internal and external environment – mostly subconsciously through our sensory input systems, like our sensors in our skin, muscles, tendons, ligaments & proprioceptors.