Top health trend for 2015

This month, my kinesiology practise was featured in the Australian Natural Health magazine as one of the top health trends for 2015. 

Kinesiology is on the rise and more and more people are wanting to try it out. What an exciting time to be in this field! 

Natural Health magazine kinesiology feature

Natural health magazine




The Wellness Web

My special friend, Lisa, asked me a few questions about holistic kinesiology, who it can help and why I think it is becoming more main stream. 

Grab your copy of the ANH magazine today (that's the cover above) and take a look on page 30. 

Read the full article below: 

1. What are some of the most common health reasons people come to visit you for?


I see such a range of things come through my door and that’s one of the things I love most about kinesiology. It is really effective with people of all ages and with all sorts of problems. I have seen kids struggling in school with reading, writing or behavioral problems to adults dealing with stress, anxiety, infertility, skin concerns, digestive disorders and postural pain.

Kinesiology is a broad based, holistic treatment which is safe, non invasive and effective.  That’s why it is great for so many different health problems.

2. What are the biggest health benefits of regular kinesiology treatments?


Holistic kinesiology uses different techniques to help us connect to our mind and body. This is something that we don’t spend much time doing any more. Our body speaks to us through signs and symptoms and kinesiology helps us learn to listen and better understand this language. It is great for determining underlying stress patterns in the body, whether this is physical, chemical or emotional stress and it deals with our health in a totally holistic way, allowing you to take charge of your own wellness. Kinesiology aims to get to the root of the problem and cure the core motivator rather than simply treat the presenting symptoms.


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The Wellness Web

3. Is kinesiology something best suited to healing specific ailments, or is it something best to include as a regular health check, like a monthly visit to keep us healthy or on track? What do you recommend as the ideal kinesiology treatment schedule?


It is the perfect addition to your normal health regime, keeping you on top of your mental and physical wellbeing and giving you that extra little boost when you need it.

Treatment varies for each individual and there is no specific template. I like to give the body time to shift and integrate after a session and allow the client time to process everything. Usually I would recommend a minimum of 3 sessions, anywhere from 7 to 15 days apart, to start.


Complementary medicine Perth



The Wellness Web

4. Kinesiology seems to be still fairly niche, do you think it is becoming more common as an alternative treatment for health issues?


Yes, definitely! People are much more aware of their own health now and the wellness industry has certainly taken off. We have access to so much information with the internet that it is much easier for people to read about food, nutrition, meditation, exercise etc and are therefore much more exposed to what else is out there. People are starting to recognize a missing link in the health system in that it acts to simply treat illness, rather than aiming to educate people on how to prevent it. Some people are actively looking for alternative treatments that don’t involve drugs and medication, which is a huge step in the right direction towards taking control of our own wellness.

Perth Kinesiologist Stephanie Einhorn

Stephanie Einhorn

The Wellness Web

Perth, Australia

Australian Natural Health magazine

Holistic kinesiology.

If you have any further questions about kinesiology or if you'd like to book an appointment, please get in touch: or call me on 0405981879. 


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  • 2014-12-08 06:35:13

    Very interesting read and will be booking an appointment shortly!