When new clients hear about kinesiology ‘response testing’ they are often somewhat sceptical, and I can understand why!

As a former teacher, who majored in science and PE, I questioned it myself when I first came across it.

When the new client arrives in the clinic, and I’m able to demonstrate the science behind the testing,  they’re absolutely amazed at what I can determine by talking to their body.

After working as a kinesiologist for over 20 years I realise how I often take the wonderful ability the body has to ‘speak’ to us as second nature. I’m often inclined to forget that not everybody has had such a long association with this fabulous therapy modality.

This video gives an excellent summary of the results of a recent study carried out at Oxford University.

For more information, please read the email I received from the Kinesiology Federation UK. (Below the video.)

Estimating the accuracy of muscle response testing: two randomised-order blinded studies

Oxford University was recently involved in research into Muscle Response Testing, the primary tool of any Kinesiologist.

When doctoral student Anne M Jensen first presented the results of her study on muscle response testing, the results were so impressive that the university staff didn’t believe them and made her repeat the study to replicate the results.

This she did.

The sceptical faces were now interested. The results of this unknown testing format surprised everyone… by being a whole lot more reliable than they ever imagined.

Having successfully completed her doctorate, Dr Jensen chose to have her research paper published open source and so the full study is now available online:

We are incredibly grateful to her for the research, for her commitment to sharing her knowledge, and the validity that she offers to everyone that uses muscle response testing as a tool to get to the truth fast and accurately.