This will depend on how long you have had a particular health concern. Generally speaking it is a good idea to commit to 3 sessions at the beginning. Regaining your health does take a little bit of time, and many need ongoing support while you make recommended changes in lifestyle. Many health problems are lifestyle problems. We suggest you plan to book three sessions initially, usually one week apart. However everyone is unique and you can discuss this with your Systematic Kinesiology practitioner to find the right plan for you.
Prices vary around the country and prices are set by each practitioner, not by the Association. Before you book please enquire from your local practitioner. As a general guide treatments start from about €60 – €100 for approximately an hour, though first sessions may last longer.
Kinesiology helps with a wide range of issues, including helping you to lose weight. Together with your practitioner you’ll work together to identify goals, finding out foods which you may be sensitive to, and will also work with the underlying emotional issues.
Dr George Goodheart founded Applied Kinesiology and only those practitioners trained with the International College of Applied Kinesiology use this term. Members of ICAK have done at least a 100 hours course in Applied Kinesiology techniques. Some members study for the title of Diplomat and for this must do extensive research and produce papers on Applied Kinesiology that furthers its use and understanding. Only those trained as doctors, osteopaths, chiropractors, acupuncturists or others who have medical or science orientated qualifications are able to do the ICAK course.
Applied Kinesiology uses a diagnostic approach using manual muscle testing to measure the motor response of the central nervous system to a sensory challenge. Systematic Kinesiology encompasses the techniques used within ICAK, the techniques originally described by Dr George Goodheart and others such as Walther who have gone on to research Kinesiology and have tried and tested these techniques. Brian Butler initially developed this course in the U.K. and its aim is to train lay people in Systematic Kinesiology and keep up the high standards equivalent to those trained by the ICAK in the USA, UK and other countries.