By Geoff Powell

Systematic Kinesiology has its roots deep in the practice and approach endorsed by the International College of Applied Kinesiology based in the United States. Practitioners use muscle testing to evaluate the underlying causes of symptoms. All evaluation and correction techniques used are subject to stringent research and evaluation procedures. A.S.K. graduates undergo a two-year training course. Kinesiology works to identify the main cause of disturbance in the presenting symptoms whether structural, emotional or nutritional in origin. Once having identified the main cause of a problem the use of the appropriate technique or combination of the three elements is employed to bring about a resolution of symptoms. In order to give an example of the three areas three short case histories are detailed.

About the Author:

Professional background: Geoff Powell trained originally as Touch for Health Instructor in 1986 and became a graduate member of the Academy of Systematic Kinesiology in 1990. He has specialised in stress management training and has been a facilitator for the Gwynedd Health Trust’s mental health care unit stress management courses since 1994. He runs stress management seminars for business and caring agencies. He was originally trained as an Iyengar yoga teacher and has been teaching since 1976. He conducts residential courses both in the UK and abroad. He is a member of the British Complementary Medicine Association (BCMA) and (ISMA) the International Stress Management Association (UK).

Contact details:
Geoff Powell
LL55 4EZ
Tel: O1286 650647.

Prof. Association:
Academy Systematic Kinesiology (A.S.K.)
39 Brown’s Road