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Interview- Pauline Wong of Kinesiology Asia (Kinesiologist)

Interview- Pauline Wong of Kinesiology Asia (Kinesiologist)

Zanolife Blog • Jun 30, 2021
This month the Zanolife Blog speaks to Pauline Wong, a Kinesiologist with Hong Kong-based Kinesiology Asia. Founded in 2006, Kinesiology Asia has grown to become Asia’s leading specialised kinesiology practise and institute. In their Central location they provide holistic wellbeing treatment through kinesiology sessions and personalised wellness programs; health coaching through nutritional guidance and customised fitness programs; and kinesiology training through workshops with hands on practise. Today Pauline introduces her practise to us, explains how it works and summarises what it can help with, which includes the ubiquitous issue of stress.

What is Kinesiology?

Kinesiology was developed in the 1960s by Chiropractors in the United States. Since then it has developed into a therapeutic modality in its own right. In fact, Kinesiology is now the world’s fastest growing natural therapy. Kinesiology uses muscle monitoring to assess and correct imbalances in the body’s different structures.

In the Kinesiology model there is a connection between anatomy & physiology, psychological and emotional states, and the energetic structures of an individual. Physical structures, such as the muscles, bones, organs, hormones, etc. are interdependent with our beliefs, attitudes and feeling states. And all of this is intimately tied in with our energetic structures, such as the nadi-chakras and Chinese meridian system.

How does it work?

The primary tool of Kinesiology, muscle monitoring, allows the practitioner to identify blocks and disturbances in the energetic structures that are impacting on the central nervous system function, and ultimately, on an individual’s health and well-being. Once these stressors are identified, the muscle monitoring then helps indicate what would be the most appropriate technique to address the block and bring the body back into balance. This eliminates the need for guesswork or subjectivity, thereby making the process very efficient.

What can it help with?

As an holistic modality, Kinesiology is capable of addressing an incredible range of issues. A kinesiologist could be working with structural injury, problems with organ/gland function, neurological miscommunication, through to psycho-emotional issues; and more often, combinations of these.

Issues that may be addressed could include;

• Learning difficulties
• Concentration/focus
• Motivation
• Reading, writing and mathematical skills
• Long or short-term memory
• Burnout/chronic fatigue
• Growth & personal development
• Psychosomatic disorders
• Depression & anxiety
• Emotional regulation
• Cardiovascular system
• Immune system
• Digestive issues
• Food sensitivities
• Hormonal imbalances
• Pain and movement limitations
• Performance enhancement
• Hearing & vision
• Stress management

Is it similar to any other techniques?

The correction techniques used include acupressure, reflexology, emotional stress diffusion, sound & light healing, and chakra balancing. Other techniques can be employed according to the practitioner’s training. This flexibility makes Kinesiology complementary for other therapy modalities. For example, Kinesiology has been successfully integrated into the practices of Naturopaths, Homeopaths, Herbalists, Nutritionists and Traditional Chinese Practitioners, among others.

To learn more about kinesiology and Kinesiology Asia, visit www.kinesiologyasia.com.


Their location is at 8-9/F, Cheung Hing Building, 37 Cochrane Street, Central, Hong Kong. (Reception on 8/F).


Special Offer: 10% discount on your first kinesiology session with Pauline Wong (cash payment).

For more details, please contact [email protected]