Kinesiology is the study of movement (Kinesis = movement, Logie = teachings) uniting Western with Far Eastern medicine. The Chinese energy teachings (e.g. meridian system, yin yang, 5-element teachings) are an integral part of kinesiology. As a holistic approach, kinesiology also combines knowledge from psychology, physical therapy, chiropractic, pedagogy and other sciences.

By stimulating the flow of energy on a physical, mental and emotional level, kinesiology promotes health and wellbeing. It activates self-healing powers and brings the body back into balance.

Through more awareness of one’s own inner and outer processes, more influence can be exerted over one’s thoughts and actions. This in turn results in more opportunities to shape and live life according to ones own wishes.

In kinesiology the central working tool is the muscle test. The muscle test is a biofeedback system of the organism and reflects its state, in which stressful as well as stimulating influences result in a change of the energy flow and in the muscle tension. It provides information about possible internal and external influences such as stressors, thoughts, actions and imbalances. It serves as a gentle means of communication between the therapist and the client. By means of a muscle test, possible causes of imbalances are determined and brought into flow, using methods from kinesiology.

The beauty of kinesiology is its  positive approach. It’s not about searching for mistakes and judging situations, but about activating inner and outer resources, to develop solutions together. In each session, together with the client, a goal is set, on which the focus is placed.



  • Promotion of self-perception (physical, emotional, mental)

  • Discovery of one’s own resources and unfolding of one’s potential

  • Activation of self-healing powers and strenghtening health

Situations for the application of Kinesiology

As a holistic treatment method, kinesiology is versatile. It can be used in health care and can have a positive effect on the following complaints, among others:

  • State of pain on the body
  • Overuse injuries
  • Posture problems
  • Balance problems
  • Muscular tension
  • For any illnesses
  • States of stress
  • Emotionally challenging phases of life
  • Anxiety
  • Exhaustion and burn-out
  • Sleeping disorders
  • Relationship problems
  • Disorders after accidents
  • Decreased concentration
  • Learning difficulties
  • Difficulties thinking: mental weakness or impairment
  •  Old or restrictive behavior patterns/and beliefs
  • And much more…

My specialty area

  • Support in coping with painful conditions

  • Accompany in rehabilitation after accidents, surgeries and trauma

  • Women’s issues and diseases

  • High sensitivity: I live consciously as a highly sensitive person and have furthered my education and become more involved in this field. I am familiar with the challenges and resources of high sensitivity → see link: high sensitivity

Proposal kinesiology

In addition to a variety of effective methods from kinesiology, I have other resources available, such as acupressure, respiratory therapy, flower essences, sound forks, singing bowls, fragrances, colors, movement exercises, relaxation exercises, body journeys, meditations and much more…