Human, Horse and Hound Kinesiology
Fanny is a kinesiologist working with both humans and animals. She is fully qualified in both Equine and Canine Kinesiology, but is keen to adapt her skills to help other animals, where possible. As a second-year student of human kinesiology, she has acquired the necessary credentials to work as a professional practitioner.
Through muscle-testing, a gentle and non-invasive way of communicating with the body, Fanny helps her human and animal clients overcome the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual barriers that stand between them and their goals or well-being.
When working with animals, Fanny also likes to balance the owners to ensure that the shift is complete, as the strong bond between animals and their human companions may cause a transfer of stress.
Although Fanny can assist people from all walks of life towards healing, her background as a trained teacher and her involvement in sports ̶ she is a brown belt in shito-ryu karate, a trail runner and a keen horse rider ̶ has made her particularly attuned to sports-related injuries and learning difficulties. Her quiet, determined manner is refreshing as she gets to the heart of the problem in a thorough and caring way.
Fanny is a registered student member of the Professional Kinesiology Practitioners Association SA (PKPASA). Membership number: 2015034.
Kinesiology: Shift Happens
Kinesiology relies on muscle testing to communicate with the body and to identify imbalances in its structural, chemical, mental and emotional energy systems, as well as the external factors that may be affecting its health and well-being. By correcting the imbalances, kinesiologists boost the body’s innate ability to heal itself and help you clear the physical, mental, emotional or spiritual barriers that stand between you and your goals.
Kinesiology works in very much the same way in animals as it does in humans, gently restoring the body’s self-healing ability and identifying as well as correcting potential stressors in the animal’s environment, with the owner’s input. Among the issues that kinesiology can help solve are nutritional stress, allergies, negative emotional components, pain, the integration of muscle groups, mental and physical coordination and post-surgery recovery, to name but a few.
Kinesiology does not treat named diseases, but rather looks for and corrects the underlying issues that have led to the ailment (like nutritional or environmental stressors in the case of allergies, for instance).