I have always been interested in healing and alternative therapies, and became involved with kinesiology after having had some very successful sessions myself which helped to identify and clear up some long-standing health problems.
I believe that specialised kinesiology has a definitive role to play in the modern-day approach to holistic health and well-being, the balancing of body, mind and spirit, and the search for a happy medium between Western treatment modalities and Eastern medicine. I have seen enough positive results from satisfied clients to know that there are some cases where medication alone cannot bring about both the immediate relief and long-term results that are achieved with specialised kinesiology.
I am also an avid long-distance runner: I have run many marathons and ultra-marathons, including the Comrades ultra-marathon over 89 km a number of times.
I believe that living a balanced and healthy life should not be the main and only focus of our existence, but should be the foundation for a well-rounded, happy life, free of dis-ease (dis-comfort) and disease.
I have a specific interest in working with sufferers of chronic pain, injuries (sports and stress-related injuries) and dis-eases such as sleeplessness, headaches, back, neck and shoulder pains. I’m also interested in creating productive energy in corporate teams and in working with children and teenagers, helping them to perform better, to cope with trauma and anxieties, and to deal with behavioural problems and learning difficulties.