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    Margaret Fitzgibbon

    Since finding Systematic kinesiology, it has changed the way I look at my own health and well-being. So much so I started to see the difference it could make to my clients. The ability to ascertain what is affecting my health most at any given time, be it emotional stress, my diet or lack of energy, allows me to simply find out what I would be best focusing to create change quickly. It has also helped me find long lasting ways to balance my lifestyle and promote my own physical & emotional health.

    With regard to the clients I see in the clinic, the main response I hear is “that makes sense”.  Muscle testing and explaining the root cause of their personal issue allows clients to feel the effects specific thoughts, emotions or stressors have on the strength of their physical body. And it teaches them ways to reduce the effect. I love that the philosphy behind Systematic Kinesiology means I work holistically, with the entire person and find the root cause or causes of their issue be it digestion, diet, emotion, structure or energy. It makes me feel fulfilled as a practitioner and “makes lots of sense to me”.

    Since Systematic Kinesiology has made such an impact on my clients I hope to inspire other physiotherapists to learn this integrated healthcare solution. I am delighted to be offering courses in Systematic Kinesiology for physios around Ireland.

    Favourite quote:

    “Strive for progress not perfection” – author unknown.

    Meet Margaret Fitzgibbon


    If you’re a physiotherapist we invite you to check out Margaret Fitzgibbon’s training course in Systematic Kinesiology especially for physiotherapists.  Find out how she incorporates food testing, emotional stress release, and uses muscle testing alongside her physiotherapy which guides her to what her patients need.  Margaret runs this weekend course approximately twice a year, and all the details for the next one can be found by clicking the link below:

    Kinesiology for Physiotherapists


    I really enjoyed the course. One of the best I’ve done in a long time and it’s been great as I’ve been able to seamlessly integrate this with my existing approach. Lots of good results in the last 2 days with identifying and addressing energy and emotion. Looking forward to seeing the results of these.  Rory O’Neill