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Kinesiology – A View From The Outside.

Well, K has told you her side of the visit to the Kinesiologist, now it’s my turn. As K has already mentioned, it is one of my amazing colleagues and friends that recommended we visit a Kinesiologist (which just happens to be her mum) to get K checked out.  Admittedly, she did suggest it over

Kinesiology – My Results.

Following on from our previous post, Kinesiology is in the same family as acupuncture. It visits certain “points” on your body that are linked to organs to see if they are weak by combining the application of pressure on these points with movement. You can address these weaknesses in the form of exercise and/or chemical

Kinesiology – An Introduction.

To make this post easy on the eyes, I will be splitting it into two posts. This post is about Kinesiology and the session we attended. My next post is about the results.  “Kinesiology is the study of human and animal movement, performance, and function by applying the sciences of biomechanics, anatomy, physiology, psychology, and