Feeling Better through Kinesiology

The term kinesiology is made up of the Greek words κινησις (kinesis) »movement« and λογος (logos) »a study«. Kinesiology - »the study of movement« - brings flexibility to all areas of life.

Kinesiology enables ...

  • Balancing Stress
  • An Improvement in Concentration
  • An Increase in Learning Aptitude
  • Alleviation of Physical Discomfort
  • Burnout-Syndrome Prevention
  • Successfully and Creatively Opening up to More Life Possibilities and Opportunities
  • Achievement of Personal Goals
  • Praxis Birgit Gottas

    What is Kinesiology?

    Kinesiology is an holistic process. It applies both ancient eastern and new western wisdom to promote physical, mental and spiritual flexibility and wellbeing. Thus, it is a combination of the ancient oriental principles of: meridians, acupuncture and acupressure, just as much as the latest recent western developments in neuro-scientific and cognitive research, as well as stress management and learning ability.

    Easy Definition
    Simply put, kinesiology is a non-invasive method using muscle feedback and body awareness, that can help you to reduce stress and pain, improve performance at school, work and home, in sports, in relationships, and promote health and well-being.

    Professional Definition
    Kinesiology is an educational bio-energetic model using muscle monitoring as a primary tool to obtain feedback from the whole being's innate wisdom to allow self-regulation for it´s highest benefit.

    The amount of tension being measured in the muscles mirrors the physical, mental and spiritual processes within each person, even though every individual is seen as a whole. Tension measured within an individual does not measure strength but reveals the stresses and imbalances within the body. Different kinesiological methods offer each individual a suitable way to achieve an holistic, energetic balance.