Harmony Kinesiology College

What is Kinesiology? 
by Jim Currie -  Touch For Health Instructor and Assessor for Scotland and North East England

Kinesiology is a holistic therapy that works on every aspect of health, the physical, psychological, emotional, nutritional and spiritual levels, to identify and relieve the stress which may be preventing the individual from enjoying excellent health. It was developed in the 1960s by Dr George Goodheart combining modern Western techniques and knowledge drawn from Eastern health systems. 

How does it work?

Kinesiology works on the basis that in order have total health, we must look at the person as a complete whole. Factors that effect the physical body will not only have an effect on other parts of the body but will have an effect upon the mind and emotions too. For example, chronic back pain could lead to a person feeling depressed and by the same token, excessive worry could contribute to the development of a stomach ulcer or digestive problems.

Kinesiology makes use of muscle testing techniques to monitor the flow of energy throughout the body on a very fine level. Through this system a kinesiologist practitioner can identify the factors which may be disrupting the natural flow of energy which are essential for good health.

Corrections are made by gentle massage and touch on reflex and acupuncture points. Kinesiology makes use of specific body movements and may suggest changes in lifestyle or nutrition.

Is it safe?

Kinesiology is a very safe, health enhancing therapy for everyone from infants to the elderly. It does not diagnose or treat diseases - it allows the body to reveal what it needs to restore balance and well being. This usually brings about a marked improvement in health.

What happens in a session?

The kinesiologist will explain the muscle testing procedure and will place limbs in different positions whilst applying a light manual pressure to test muscle response. Skillful muscle testing allows the practitioner to pinpoint the cause and areas of imbalance and will test for the appropriate proceedure or technique required to restore energy balance and health.

Correction are made by a wide variety of non invasive, gentle techniques such as touching reflex points, universal healing points and light massage. The practitioner may advise changes in lifestyle and nutrition.

Three in One Concepts ©

Three In One Concepts programmes have been developed by Gordon Stokes, Training Director of Touch for Health International for 10 years, Candace Calloway and Daniel Whiteside.

It is a special system of kinesiology that works to release the stress and fear that may be preventing us from achieving our true potential. Stressful events from the past can have effects beyond their 'time' and can be responsible for negative feelings, beliefs and phobias.

If negative stress occurs when we are learning a new activity (such as playing a sport), that stress becomes an integral part of the activity and our ability is impaired. Whenever we repeat that activity the same negative stress is triggered and our performance suffers. Also, if we base our choices on reactions to unpleasant experiences from the past, we can develop limiting patterns of behaviour that keep us from experiencing good health, vitality, happiness and the success we want.

Three in One Kinesiology makes use of unique methods to identify the source of the problem or limitation and applies special 'defusion' techniques to release the stress that is at the heart of the matter.

What can it do?

By restoring balance to the energy channels, Kinesiology stimulates the body's natural healing processes and overall efficiency

 Possible benefits include:

Kinesiologists do not diagnose or treat specific illness or disease but work with the body's vital energies within a holistic model of health maintenance and enhancement.


Private Consultations

One to one sessions are available, if you would like to book a private consultation please contact Claire Tomlins or Jim Currie at  Harmony Kinesiology College, Glasgow.