Sarah Moss Kinesiology
9/19 Dampier Tce
Broome WA 6725
Servicing area: Broome and Kimberley
With Sarah’s techniques, you will experience improvement in your physical and emotional well-being and be more equipped to handle whatever comes your way.
Sarah Moss Kinesiology
Sarah attained her Certificate IV in Kinesiology in 2007, her Diploma just two years later in 2009, and decided to continue part time study and will complete her International Diploma in 2018. The further study that Sarah has committed to has allowed her the extra knowledge to connect and correct issues at a much more profound level than was possible with simply Diploma qualification. Sarah is amongst only a few Kinesiologists in Australia to complete this further study.
What is Kinesiology?
Kinesiology is a multidisciplinary science encompassing biomechanics, anatomy, psychomotor behaviour, physiology, and cultural and social factors. Multidisciplinary in its approach Kinesiology is, therefore, a highly effective contributor to overall wellness and health.
Kinesiology utilises safe and non-invasive methods of muscle testing to determine what is occurring on a physical, emotional, and chemical aspect of your body. Once highlighted inside your body, improved balance for better performance can be reached and maintained to enhance life on all levels.
An overall assessment is made to outline all that is working well and correctly and what is not functioning as it should in the body. Different techniques are then utilised to return the body as close to optimal health as possible. We actively listen to what your body is trying to communicate to understand which the priority healing technique for that specific moment is to achieve sustained results. As a Kinesiologist it is my aim to identify which parts are not functioning at their best and help you restore them for improved functionality.
What can Kinesiology help with?
- Emotional Support
- Bad Backs
- Weight Loss
- Personal Development
- Learning Disabilities
- Nervous Disorders
- Sports Injuries
- Allergy Testing
- Sabotage Programs
- Fatigue and Tiredness
- Lifestyle Enhancement
- Respiratory Issues
- Food Sensitivities
How long does a Kinesiology balance last for?
A balance usually spans for around 1 hour.
Do I need a follow-up session?
No, you do not. The whole point of a session is that we fix the issue and teach you how to manage it for yourself. Some issues take more than 1 balance, but our overall goal is to help you to help yourself.
For more information about Kinesiology, view Sarah’s website, send Sarah an email or give her a call
Qualification detailsCertificate IV Kinesiology
Diploma of Kinesiology
Sarah is a fully qualified Kinesiologist. She has previously studied and practiced other complementary therapies for 7 years. This gives her 18 years’ experience in helping others.