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Refer to Kinesiology for a general background to this modality. Educational Kinesiology grew out of Touch for Health, by a remedial teacher, Dr Paul Dennison. It not only uses Manual Muscle Testing but also assesses the client's learning ability and coordination in relation to neurological integration.
When the client learns to integrate both left and right hemispheres of the brain there is often considerable positive changes in thinking and behaviour. The techniques are used to clear stress and behavioural blocks to improve mental ability, especially for learning disorders, difficulties in concentration and information processing/recall.
The techniques are often known as Brain Gym and Whole-Brain Integration. There has been proven success with both children and adults. Educational Kinesiology is used in many schools in Australia.
The AIK Ltd., known as 'The Institute', is a democratic and open organization that has been developed to represent Kinesiology and service Kinesiologists and Kinesiology practitioners throughout Australia.
If you’ve ever visited a kinesiologist, you’ll know first-hand how incredibly healing the gentle therapy can be.
We explore the role of a kinesiologist and why you might visit one.
Are you looking for a career path in complementary medicine but not quite sure what your options are?
The College of Complementary Medicine (CCM) is offering an accelerated Certificate IV in Kinesiology which will see you qualified within four months.
If you're interested in a career in holistic health, kinesiology will probably be of interest to you.