My interest in natural alternative therapies led me to make a decision to leave the corporate world after 15 years in the corporate life to study and practice kinesiology. Kinesiology is a holistic healing modality that relies on the gentle testing of muscles to identify and correct energy imbalances in the body.
Coupled with my developed intuition, the practice of kinesiology enables me to address a wide variety of issues efficiently and empathetically. As a wife and mother, a career woman and part time student, I can relate to people who are stuck in the “hamster-wheel” of life and I assist clients to manage emotions, resulting physical ailments and help them to find solutions to emotional, spiritual and mental blocks.
I believe that each person has the innate ability to heal themselves and my aim is to help my client release blocks that may impede healing.
I do love the fun side of life, can be rather silly, have a wicked sense of humour which helps to lighten our sessions, and am able to work with people from all walks of life as we are all humans with similar issues regardless of our station in life.
“In three words I can sum up everything I've learned about life: it goes on.”
― Robert Frost
My life experiences and challenges had me searching for something more to support me. I found that support through kinesiology and decided to dedicate my professional career to becoming a practitioner. It is my hope that you find the support you need in whatever form it takes for you, and if you choose kinesiology I would be privileged to share this part of your journey with you.
2019 - Present
Relocated to Ireland and began Mind, Body Heal.
PKP Faculty 1a and 1b Specialised Kinesiology instructor at the Specialised Kinesiology College of South Africa
PKP level 1 at the Specialised Kinesiology College of South Africa
Certified Neuro Linguistic Programming practitioner at Auspicium UK
Bandler Certified Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming at Pattern of Excellence, Johannesburg
Diploma level PKP Specialised Kinesiology at the Specialised Kinesiology College of South Africa under Margie Donde