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… and discover the medicine of the future My Systematic Kinesiology Foundation courses are fully accredited by The Association of Systematic Kinesiology (ASK) and are ideal for everyone … … but what does it feel like to be a student and where can your new knowledge lead you? Well in this edition of my blog, […]

‘Peace is not something you wish for; It’s something you make, Something you do , Something you are, And something you give away’ — John Lennon This time of year is notoriously hectic for most of us, there is shopping to do, parties to be attended, presents to buy, rooms to be decorated, food to cook … the list is endless. So I wanted to […]

Just a quick post to encourage you to listen to EFT Radio Online this Saturday. The co-author of my book ‘Without the Woo Woo’, Austin Wyse has a radio programme called ‘I Am Healing’ and this week, he and his partner Jo are talking about ‘energy’, ‘vibration’ and ‘frequency’ both from a scientific and a […]

I often utilise the wisdom of Chinese medicine when I practice and teach Kinesiology, so I was very heartened to read a post on a website called The Mind Unleashed about acupuncture points recently. The article called ‘Has Science Finally Confirmed the Existence of Acupuncture Points, Validating Chinese Medicine’ states that  … ‘Using a new combination of imaging […]

‘Experience is the teacher of all things’ – Julius Caeser ‘The only source of knowledge is experience’ – Albert Einstien ‘Nothing ever becomes real until it is experienced’ – John Keats Like all the great minds I have quoted above, I have always believed that experience out-trumps evidence, because an experience is something that is […]

There has never been a better and more important time to learn Kinesiology. Why? Well because muscle testing allows us to find out vital information about health and well-being directly from the individual’s own unique system, so rather than just relying on science, facts, figures, statistics, technology (and sometimes even guesswork) we actually discover the […]

One of the reasons I love Kinesiology so much is because it utilises the power of touch. This is so important because human beings are designed to be touched (appropriately and lovingly of course) and scientific studies have even shown that touch boosts the immune system. In fact a recent report published in Science Daily […]

I thought you might find the following infographic entitled ’11 Basic Guidelines for General Health and Longevity’ from Dr Joseph Mercola interesting. Dr Mercola is a well known American osteopathic physician who believes that proper nutrition, not medicine, is the key to good health. All of these guidelines make total sense to me and remember […]

Gandhi once said that ‘Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony’ … and I believe having harmonious thoughts, words and actions is also a wonderful formula for good health as well. However for many different reasons, which can nearly always be traced back to how we […]

‘I truly am a missionary. And I have no commercial interest in selling water. I don’t even tell people to go buy designer water. I have no ulterior motive other than truth.’ Fereydoon Batmanghelidj, M.D. In my book ‘Without the Woo Woo’ I talk about the importance of drinking water in Chapter 3 ‘You Are […]

Thanks for visiting my new blog, I’ll be sharing lots of informative posts about health and well-being here very soon. Meanwhile if there are any areas in particular you’d like me to write about, please feel free to leave a comment below …