Kinesiology & Hypnotherapy

Strengthen your health and well-being. Fast and sustainable help!

Effective methods to reduce blockages and stress reactions, promote potential and improve well-being, health, performance and quality of life.


Headaches, Migraines
Muscle tension


Stress and overwhelm
Fears & phobias
Difficulty making decisions
Inner drive and feeling powerless


Being able to say NO!
Mood swings
Psychosomatic symptoms


Hypnosis helps to regulate hot flashes,  to improve mood swings, to understand and to be able to react with peace and serenity.

Sleep disorders

Find help very specifically for sleep problems, insomnia and sleep disorders. Find inner peace and relaxation – and thus better sleep.


Hypnosis is a good way to stop your fingernail biting. Hypnosis puts your body in deep relaxation, reducing stress and nervousness.

What is IK Kinesiology?

The term kinesiology comes from the Greek words “kinesis” (movement) and “logos” (teaching) – the study of the principles of mechanics and anatomy in relation to human movement.

It combines methods from Chinese acupuncture theory with Western medicine, pedagogy and psychology.

Kinesiology activates our self-healing powers and supports the recognition and dissolution of the energy patterns, which maintain an energetic imbalance in our body. By balancing the body in the energy system, we learn to access our physical, emotional, intellectual and energetic sources and to utilize all our potential.

With the kinesiological muscle test, a feedback device of the body, it is possible to detect stress factors and thus compensate for these energy imbalances. Compensation techniques such as adjustment exercises, colors, essences, sounds or acupressure are used to achieve and maintain the balance between the body, the soul and the mind.

In the consultation, the situation, needs and goals of the client are determined. By means of simple muscle tests, blockages are detected and impulses are given for a reorientation by appropriate techniques. Kinesiology combines the latest scientific knowledge with elements of the Far Eastern healing procedures.

The muscle test

The muscle test is the working instrument of kinesiology and is used as an energy meter.

The muscle test indicates where the energy flows and where there is a blockage.

It is a guide to the subconscious. Because the body has stored everything we have ever seen, seen and heard.

The test provides information on the support the body needs in order to regain its energy balance.

The muscle test can also be viewed as an intermediary between the head (thinking) and feeling (abdomen, heart). With the knowledge that the client receives during a session, he better learns about his reactions and can get rid of old patterns and beliefs.

In kinesiology, we work with 42 muscles. The individual muscles are again associated with the meridians. With the test of the individual muscles it can be determined, in which meridian the energy flows and which strengthening exercises are to be made to restore the balance.

Scope of application

IK Kinesiology can be applied to a variety of complaints, as well as for prevention and personal development, which in turn contributes to a better quality of life such as:

  •  Reduce stress (tension, fatigue)
  •  Increase well-being and enjoyment of life
  • Development of personality and potential
  • Physical and mental balance
  • Strengthen the immune system
  • Activate self-healing powers
  • Supporting the healing processes of diseases and accidents
  • Sleep disorders, Insomnia
  • Depression
  • Migraine and stress-induced tension headaches
  • Dealing with fears, e.g. Test anxiety, or phobias

amongst others…

Brain-Gym® is a very effective method for activating and improving your learning, concentration and brain performance.

Brain-Gym®, was founded in the 80’s by Dr. Paul Dennison, developed together with his wife Gail. They researched the connection between consciously targeted movement and learning, and observed how physical exercise positively affects the collaboration, which means affecting the understanding, the communication and organization of the individual parts of the brain.

Brain-Gym® is an ideal method for children and adults of all ages to learn more easily and to improve physical and mental flexibility.

Brain Gym according to the EMR (German)

Further Methods

Gemmotherapy treatment uses buds of trees and shrubs. The buds contain the liveliest, the most dynamic and strongest of all plant parts. The gemmotherapy is ideal for stimulating the excretory organs, thus the targeted detoxification and supports the body’s ability to recover.

Schüssler salts / Cell salts 

Schüssler salts are homoeopathically prepared minerals, which are distributed throughout the entire organism. They are present in all cells, in the blood, lymph, muscles, teeth, bones, tendons and connective tissue. Cell salts have the purpose of better absorbing the nutrients in the food as well as ensuring that the salts reach the right place in the body.

Want to discover how the 5 elements and cell salts can assist you in becoming more balanced – whether for insomnia or nail biting, or just general wellbeing?

Kinesio Taping®

Kinesio Taping® is often referred to as a revolutionary therapy method. This therapy has been used with great success worldwide for more than 35 years with all sorts of pain or problems – e.g. neck problems and back pain. The Kinesio Taping® method was developed by the Japanese chiropractor Dr. Kenzo Kase in the 70s.

By slightly lifting the skin, the lymph fluid can be transported better and faster and promote healthy healing processes. A variety of effects can be produced by means of the special, stretchy material with the aid of different application techniques.

  • Pain relief
  • Reduced Swelling and Inflammation
  • Accelerated Recovery from Bruises and Contusions
  • Prevents and/or Relieves Muscle Spasms and Cramping
  • Speedier Recovery of Overused Muscles
  • Pregnancy – to maintain relief for the growing belly
  • Allows Athletes to Remain Active while Injured
  • Enhances Strength and Muscle Tone in Weak or Poorly-Toned Muscles
  • Menstrual cramp relief

as well as many other indications

The Kinesio Taping® is modelled on the characteristics of the skin and conveys positive sensory information to our body. The different techniques were developed after kinesiological tests and therefore the name of the material and the therapy.

It has been proven to have positive physiological effects on the skin, lymphatic and circulatory system, fascia, muscles, ligaments, tendons, and joints. It can be used in conjunction with a multitude of other treatments and modalities within treatment and is effective during the rehabilitative and chronic phases on an injury as well as being used for preventative measures.

What is Hypnosis?

Hypnosis is a relaxed state of concentration. The subconsciousness comes to the fore and consciousness is “pushed back”. Of course, this is a very simple explanation, and during the hypnosis very complicated processes in the brain occur, which can also be made visible by positron emission tomography (PET).​

Each and every one of us is at least 2 times a day in hypnosis. Just before waking up and just before we go to sleep, when we get into the alpha phase. Hypnosis is definitely not to be confused with sleep or even unconsciousness, because in sleep we are not able to react as we do in hypnosis.​

Hypnosis is therefore a completely natural state. Do you feel like you are completely focused and involved in a movie, or if you have a long distance in the car behind you and can practically remember nothing? Hypnosis is a natural condition and we usually experience it several times a day without really realizing it or identifying it as such. There is a famous saying in English: “There is no such thing as hypnosis – there only exists suggestion”.​

Definition of hypnosis “Hypnosis is the circumvention of the Critical Factor of Consciousness and the Establishment of Appropriate, Selective Thinking.”

How does hypnosis work?

In hypnosis, we are relaxed, focused and perceptive. The conscious mind, where logic, rational and analytical thinking, short-term memory, and willpower reside, are temporarily put in the background (occupied with something else), and the subconscious, where long-term memory, emotions, self-protection, and habits reside, come to the foreground.​

The conscious mind builds up a protection that accepts only suggestions that make “sense”, but for us human’s means that it can be very difficult to make changes. In hypnosis this “critical factor of consciousness” is overshadowed and acts on suggestion , which then brings about the desired changes. It is about as if the computer is reprogramming the hard disk.​

Is hypnosis dangerous?
In hypnosis, one is anything but helpless; and even if you are in a deep relaxation phase, for example, if a fire would break out, you would notice it immediately, get up, and leave the room. The same is true if the hypnotist gave an order contrary to one’s own ethics, religion, or morality. But, and that must be said, there are certain dangers, such as: For example, unqualified therapists, stupid and dangerous stunts on stage or hysterical people. But a qualified and well-trained hypnotist can handle all these issues.

In very rare cases after hypnosis, slight dizziness and headache can occur, but these disappear quickly. Balancing techniques thereby bring the energy into flux.

What does hypnosis feel like?

It is different from person to person, as hypnosis is perceived. The degree of intensity of the hypnosis achieved is also very clear. Some people feel a leaden heaviness, while others feel almost like hovering, but they all feel a pleasant relaxation, as they have rarely experienced before.

As mentioned earlier, one is certainly not unconscious or asleep.

When is hypnosis ineffective?
The need for change must come from the “affected” person himself. It does not help if a wife sends her husband to stop smoking or cease smoking (or vice versa). The person has to want that change on his own and not be sent by third parties to the hypnotherapist. In this case, an internal refusal would usually be present, which then makes efficient treatment difficult or even impossible.
Of course, this should not prevent anyone from pointing out to a close person the possibilities of hypnosis, because this is the first step in the right direction. And as soon as the person deals with the topic, they themselves can come to the conviction that this is a concrete approach to the problem.