Here are some recommended websites containing further information about kinesiology.

The KF is not responsible for the content of external internet sites.  
Training - KF Recognised Advanced Kinesiology contacts:

Classical Kinesiology Institute 
School of Creative Kinesiology  
Educational Kinesiology  
Neuroenergetic Kinesiology  
Optimum Health Balance  
Progressive Kinesiology  
Three in One Concepts  
Touch for Health Professional  
Wellness Kinesiology 
Cheshire Kinesiology (ICPKP Kinesiopractic® and K-Power® training)  and 
Kent Kinesiology College (ICPKP Kinesiopractic® and K-Power® training)  and 
Functional Kinesiology
Kinesiology & Related Resources:

Touch for Health Charity 
UK TFH Centre 
Information on hair loss 
Kinesiology Resources 
Free ICPKP Kinesiology App

International contacts for kinesiology:

International Kinesiology College   
Kinesiology Association of Ireland   
The Australian Kinesiology Association   
International College of Applied Kinesiology  
International Kinesiology Directory   
Touch for Health Education   
International College of Professional Kinesiology Practice  

Complementary Health Websites:

Therapy Directory
Natural Therapy Pages 


Universal Essences Ltd
Safe Alternative Medicine Newsletter
Alliance of Natural Health  
World Council For Health
Dr John Campbell YouTube Omicron Information
Alzheimers Study - Late-life physical activity relates to brain tissue synaptic integrity markers in older adults 
RCCM - Research Council for Complimentary Medicine 
HealthHelpers - Collaboration with KA supporting those with chronic pain


Dr Anne Jensen
conducted her PhD research on the topic of Muscle Response Testing - the tool for every Kinesiologist - and its validity. The research paper entitled "The accuracy and precision of kinesiology-style manual muscle testing: designing and implementing a series of diagnostic test accuracy studies" can be found here

More about this research can be read here

Watch a short video about Dr Jensen's research here

“Touch for Health” based kinesiology interventions: An innovative qualitative research exploring clients’ perspectives. A peer reviewed TFH kinesiology study published by Ingrid Maine in 2022

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