My story

I am a wife and a mother of three beautiful daughters. It is my family who inspired me to embark on this journey of Kinesiology. When I looked at the demands being placed on all of us, especially my children, I wanted to find a way to help them to be able to better deal with the stresses of life so that they can be happier, more fulfilled.

I’ve been working as a communication practitioner in academia, with specific reference to health and medicine, for the past 15 years. Science communication and evidence-based health care have always interested me. I am in awe of how health sciences can benefit our healing processes. That is why I chose Kinesiology; I believe it to be a holistic science.

Over the years, I have found that Kinesiology has really benefitted my children as they grow up and navigate the different stages of life. My husband and extended family have also benefitted from the practice. I’ve seen one of my daughters develop from a shy child, with major sensory input challenges, into a confident well-rounded girl who is excelling at school. My husband has achieved a more balanced version of himself, making it easier for him to endure the stresses of the business world. As my parents have aged, they have, through kinesiology, empowered their bodies to face serious recuperation challenges.

I’ve personally also reaped many benefits from the practice. Kinesiology has helped me deal with the stresses of juggling work and family responsibilities. It has also helped me to support my body and remain injury-free during long-distance runs. Since I’ve embarked on this journey, I have so much more energy to juggle all my day-to-day demands.

My passion for the practice has driven me to use my knowledge to help others lead ‘better’, healthier, happier lives.