Hopefully most of your questions will be answered below, if there is anything else you would like to know to help you to decide to book in for a session please don't hesitate to contact us using the form or by phone.
Where:  The treatment room is at my home in Hamilton, South Lanarkshire, in a self contained garden room.  There is plenty of on street parking but I don't have a waiting room so please don't arrive too early.
Online: if you can't get to my treatment room or would prefer to have a distance session, I'll send you a link to WebEX, if using laptop or desktop you can access via a link, phones and tablets require an app.
How long:  Your initial appointment will be up to 2 hours and subsequent sessions are an hour long - but please allow for 1 hr 15 min - if you require longer than this additional charges will apply (upon agreement).
How many sessions will I need:  Everyone is different so this isn't something I can answer up front.  I recommend that you commit to at least two sessions.  The sooner you address an issue, the fewer sessions you will need to work through it.  We will work out your schedule through muscle response testing.
How much:  £60 per session, £300 for a block of 6 sessions (to be used within a 12 month period).  
Initial 2 hour session is £89 and if block includes an initial session it's £339 for 6.
How to pay:  I take cash, balance transfer, Paym, Credit Cards
Cancellation Policy:  To avoid a cancellation fee of £25, please provide 48 hours notice.  Note, cancellations on the day of your appointment and no shows will incur the full session fee.
Standard opening hours: 10am - 5pm Monday and Tuesday; 10am - 9pm Wednesday and Thursday.  Appointments outside of these hours may be possible, if the standard hours don't work for you please do get in touch.
Why Health Kinesiology:  There are many branches of Kinesiology practised in the UK.  Practitioners are all trained to a consistent level.  While I can't speak to the many other branches, Health Kinesiology uses muscle testing and verbal questioning after making sure that the client is balanced first.  For information on the other branches, please see the Kinesiology Federation website.
Professional Bodies: Associate member of the Kinesiology Federation, Associate member of HK-UK and Member of Federation of Holistic Therapists

Kinesiology Federation, HK UK, FHT

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