Allison Prebble (BA Hons, MSc Nutritional Therapy, Dip ASK)
I am dedicated to prevention as well as to alleviating conditions. I nearly always combine nutritional therapy with kinesiology. I work well with deep-seated issues, identifying imbalances in the body by monitoring your ability to hold your muscles against light pressure "muscle testing".
I check for the possible causes, be they structural, biochemical (e.g. nutritional deficiencies, intolerances), emotional or energetic (e.g. dehydration). For example if you have bloating, wind or skin issues and you've changed your diet but are still having symptoms, there could be an underlying issue e.g. a yeast infection or bacteria, that diet alone is not addressing. I will then advise whether supplements and/or dietary changes are advisable and I may massage lymphatic points and/or make structural corrections. You want to keep a food diary for a few days so I can see what you are eating currently and how this may be affecting your health, and so that I can work with you to devise an eating plan that you can use to start changing any patterns that may not be helping your health.
I will then give advice and tips on how to improve your diet, ideas of new foods to try and ways of cooking. Nutrition and Kinesiology are all about balance, making sure that one of your organs isn't working overtime to compensate for another that is under par. What suits one person will not suit another, so the approach is completely based on you as an individual.
Training, qualifications & experience
I have been a kinesiologist for 15 years and a nutritional therapist since 2011. I am fully qualified with an MSc in Nutritional Therapy and a Diploma in Systematic Kinesiology.
♦ Diploma from The Academy of Systematic Kinesiology (TASK) – 2001
♦ MSc Nutritional Therapy (University of Worcester) - 2011
♦ Member & Trustee of the Association of Systematic Kinesiology
♦ BA (Hons) Business Studies (University of Greenwich)
If you have been diagnosed or suspect you may have this medical condition, you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.
£60 for the first consultation
£45 for all subsequent consultations
£70 for analysis of a food diary
I teach Foundation level Systematic Kinesiology.