07974872857 01564775627 melanie@thewomankindpractice.co.uk
The Garden House 67, Woodchester Road Dorridge Solihull Birmingham and West Midlands B93 8EL

About me

I am a registered KFRP senior kinesiologist with The Kinesiology Federation of Great Britain, which holds certification for meeting and exceeding the National Occupational Standards Authority guidelines for professional practice (KNOS); also a member of The International Kinesiology College based in Australia, the global association for members practicing in over 100 countries world-wide. I am a past Director of the Kinesiology Federation policy board and recently retired from being a Kinesiology Federation registered instructor, training students to take up the profession; though I continue to mentor.

I have greatly added to my skill base combining many other modalities, systems and techniques throughout nearly 20 years of professional practice and it continues to be a joy and a privilege working with clients. No two clients and no two sessions are alike, and it is this approach to the uniqueness of the individual which is exciting and rewarding; helping others to regain health, release and manage pain, realise and achieve their goals, manage stress and increase their vitality, while facilitating their own self-healing.

When not at work I can be found planning and tending to the garden, devising and cooking tasty, nutrient rich foods; researching the world’s leading functional health care practitioners and scientists making vast strides into the most in depth knowledge we have had of our bodies than ever before, together with mind and spirit practitioners. I enjoy visiting art exhibitions and gardens around England, reading, and walking in the countryside or near the sea, just being with Nature.

Our Present & Our Future

‘I believe embracing a Functional Medicine approach – where Orthodox and Complementary practices are integrated into our health care system, will enable us to treat in a truly holistic way. Greater emphasis and persistence with health education from our earliest years of life to encompass the priceless values of healthy eating; regular exercise; healthy sleep habits; the power of restorative rest and relaxation; being a valued and serving member of our community; taking individual responsibility for our environment – will all increase our potential to live happy, healthy lives in a thriving, regenerative environment. Taking informed self-responsibility will be the best preventative health care for ourselves, future generations and for our planet. Kinesiology has a role to play with this.’

In Health & Happiness,
Melanie