Meet Isabelle

Prior to training as a Kinesiologist, my Isabelle Cookeprofessional background was in Office & Facilities Management, and Senior Administrative support.

Stumbling across Systematic Kinesiology many years ago  whilst experiencing a period of major stress, I noticed the benefits immediately; even after my first “balance”, I felt more energised, focused and motivated than ever before. So profound were the shifts I experienced after my first session, I immediately made some major life changes.  Several years later I decided to train as a Kinesiologist.  I knew that with kinesiology I would be able to help others experience a more accessible and effective approach to health & well-being.

Not only has Kinesiology improved my overall health & well-being, it has allowed me to cope far better with the pressures and strains that modern life often challenges us with.  My passion is to help others create more balance and well-being in their daily lives, whatever issues they are experiencing.

 Here are some of the most frequent problems people might come to see me about:

  • Stress / burnout
  • Emotional imbalances
  • Depression
  • Traumas & injuries
  • Digestive complaints
  • Skin problems
  • Negative patterns and habits
  • Back, neck & shoulder pain
  • Glandular imbalances
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Sleep problems
  • Learning difficulties (for children)
  • ADHD

When minor health issues are not addressed, more serious health problems are at risk of developing.  Whatever it is that you are experiencing, it’s my job to help you get to the bottom of it.   Kinesiology can help to pinpoint the root cause and resolve it using the appropriate method.

I currently practice Kinesiology in London, Surrey & Essex.  Clinic Locations.

I am also available for home visits for those who are unable to travel. Please enquire for more information.

Please get in touch if you would like to arrange for me to do a talk or demonstration for a group that you are involved with.

Training, qualifications & experience

Pathophysiology – Clinical Medicine – Understanding Disease from the Medical Aspect
Classical Kinesiology Institute
April 2016

T.A.S.K. Post Graduate Course in Advanced Kinesiology
The Academy of Systematic Kinesiology
December 2009

Diploma in Diet & Nutrition for Complementary Therapists (Level 3)
June 2009

T.A.S.K. Professional Practitioner Training Course
The Academy of Systematic Kinesiology
January 2008

Diploma in Anatomy & Physiology (Level 3)
ITEC July 2007

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