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“Everything is energy and that’s all there is to it. Match the frequency of the reality you want and you cannot help but get that reality. It can be no other way. This is not philosophy. This is physics.”

Albert Einstein

Kinesiology – the science of muscle monitoring

Muscles become monitors detecting stresses or (energy) imbalances in the body. The stress may relate to postural issues, injuries, nutritional deficiencies, learning difficulties, emotional states, fatigue or general digestive issues. Using Kinesiology I can evaluate and correct these imbalances and help bringing about optimum health and well being. Kinesiology allows you to have more energy, long term health, and happy and vigorous relationships – and it does all this naturally! The results are truly amazing.

What to expect from a Kinesiology session 

Kinesiology treats the whole person, to find out what is behind the symptoms! Kinesiology is a participatory process so the client is actively involved in the session in order to notice old patterns that have kept them stuck and to actively change and assess their willingness to create change and positive outcomes. During a session there are energy shifts that occur as well as new insights and clearer understanding. Sometimes these changes are felt immediately – less pain, feeling relaxed, feeling happier – sometimes it may take a day or two for the changes to become noticeable. Kinesiologists are not doctors and as such they do not diagnose or treat diseases unless they are licensed to do so. They work with what the client wants to achieve or change. During a Kinesiology session you will be fully clothed and may be asked to lie down. A session may last between 1- 2 hours.

Colour therapy – a vibrational remedy

Muscles become monitors detecting stresses or (energy) imbalances in the body. Colours as a vibrational remedy are holistic and non-invasive and can be used for any problem whether, physical, mental, emotional or spiritual for specific problems as well as an over all relaxation therapy.

Colour Therapy can be used safely and effectively – either alone or alongside any other therapy. Adults, children and babies, as well as animals alike can be treated, whether complementary or as orthodox medicine. However, no complementary therapy should ever be considered as an alternative to orthodox medical advice Colour energy can be the catalyst for our healing process and encourages normal and healthy energy flow/workings of the body.

Colour Therapy should not be something you go to just have done to you. Furthermore, colour is everywhere around you and should be utilised as part of our everyday life. As a Professional Colour Therapist I can explain and advise you on how you can use colour at home/around you for health and wellbeing. 


Muscles become monitors detecting stresses or (energy) imbalances in the body. Chakras are the energetic centres in our body. There are many definitions on what chakras are, here are two of my favourite descriptions.

Paramhans Swami Maheshwaranda describes a chakra as: …[a] powerhouse in the way it generates and stores energy, with the energy from cosmos pulled in more strongly at these points. The main nadis, Ida, Pingala and Shushumna (sympathetic, parasympathetic, and central nervous system) run along the spinal column in a curved path and cross one another several times. At the points of intersection they form strong energy centres known as chakras. In the human body there are three types of energy centres. The lower or animal chakras are located in the region between the toes and the pelvic region indicating our evolutionary origins in the animal kingdom. The human chakras lie along the spinal column. Finally, the higher or divine Chakras are found between the top of the spine and the crown of the head.

Anodea Judith provides a modern interpretation of the chakras: A chakra is believed to be a centre of activity that receives, assimilates, and expresses life force energy. The word chakra literally translates as wheel or disk and refers to a spinning sphere of bioenergetics activity emanating from the major nerveganglia branching forward from the spinal column. Generally, six of these wheels are described stacked in a column of energy that spans from the base of the spine to the middle of the forehead, the seventh lying beyond the physical world. It is the six major chakras that correlate with basic states of consciousness…

Meditation for children

Finding stillnness within – through movement, art, music    and other relaxation techniques. A playful and safe introduction to meditation for children and youth. 

Benefits of meditation for children  
There are many physical benefits of meditation but one of the biggest benefits is helping children to take time out and get in touch with themselves. Teaching your children relaxation techniques like meditation enables them to manage their stress – tool for life! Guided meditations and visualisations help children to develop concentration, imagination and improve their focus and memory, reduces stress, strengthens the immune system, regulate and strengthen a healthy sleep pattern, can improve relationships at home and at school, decrease aggressiveness and anxieties, improve behaviour and promote happiness and inner peace.

What does a typical class look like?
On arrival arrival the children will enter a room of peace and tranquillity. There might be comfy cushions ,candle light, a colourful painting or natural resources to invite the children to let go of their day and be in the now. Throughout the term, the children will experience a variety of relaxing and meditation methods:

  • Breathing exercises and “AUM-ing”
  • Yoga
  • Dance
  • Music and rhythmical exercises to calm the body and then the mind
  • Creating or colouring in mandalas
  • Stories, guided meditations and visualisation exercises
  • Partner and group exercises to foster trust and care for self and others

All classes end with savasana, some time for art to express themselves and short group time for children to share their experiences.

There are currently no group classes available. Private classes for one/two children or teenagers can be booked on request. 

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