Kinesiology in a Nutshell

Kinesiologists use muscle feedback as a stress monitor to identify imbalances in their client's structural, chemical, mental and emotional energy systems. By correcting these imbalances the kinesiologist is able to re-activate the body's built-in healing ability as well as identify external factors affecting the client's well-being.

Kinesiology does NOT diagnose, prescribe or treat in any way, medical conditions or named diseases; nor does it attempt to keep people away from doctors, drugs, surgery, or the skills of any health professional when they need them. Kinesiologists do not treat diseases or 'conditions'.

Dr Bruce Dewe and Joan Dewe, the founders of the ICPKP, have both been kinesiologists for over 20 years. They describe kinesiology this way:

"Kinesiology is a communication tool that enables a person to assess and upgrade their performance in all areas of their life. Kinesiology is the science of energy balancing and is grounded in the study of anatomy and physiology. Kinesiology uses muscles as monitors of stress and imbalance within the body. Kinesiology enables people to detect and correct various imbalances that may relate to stress, nutrition, learning problems, minor injuries and other issues they meet in their daily life." (ICPKP Definition)

The Kinesiology College of Canada is an Accredited College in British Coumbia, Canada offering a four-year program, BKP, PKP, TFH and various other related mini-workshops


What makes Kinesiology so different from other Healing Modalities

Health Benefits of Kinesiology

Kinesiology has a significant impact on a wide range of health and well-being issues. Kinesiology can:

  • Enhance learning
  • Boost sports performance
  • Eliminate emotional, physical and mental stress
  • Help with finances and decision making
  • Pin-point and eliminate allergic reactions (IMRs)
  • Help overcome past trauma
  • Identify nutritional deficiency or excess
  • Help overcome fears and phobias
  • Aid the healing of muscle injuries

Anger Management
Anxiety and Panic Attacks
Emotional 'Baggage'
Fears and Phobias
Learning Difficulties
M.E. / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Neck/Back Pain and Sciatica
Physical Healing
Post-Surgery Pain
Respiratory difficulties
Sports Performance
Stress - Exams
Stress - Job and Family 
Substance Abuse

About Kinesiology College of Canada Programs



 K-Power® Mind-Body Series 

Stress management skills for the benefit of you, your family, friends and clients. 

 K-Power® for Manual Therapists Series  Professional development workshops for manual therapists and body workers.

ICPKP International Certificates International Diploma of Professional Kinesiology Practice™


Understand how a person moves in relation to a lived life and help them
change their life to move differently. Change of movement creates change of mind and change of belief system. The body offers symptoms as clues to make change. Once the change is made, the symptoms disappear.

International Advanced Diploma of Kinesiopractic®


 PKP takes kinesiology beyond what is normally done by people using muscle testing and it has become known as kinesiopractic® 


Facilitated by Evelyn Mulders

Evelyn Mulders is the founder of the Kinesiology College of Canada and senior faculty for the International College of Professional Kinesiology Practice. She has been educating students in Energy Medicine since 1996. Following her own journey to health and healing she discovered the power and relevance of frequency, especially sound. This led her to the Alchemy of Sound Essence Vibrational Remedies, which now sells internationally.  Her passion for education inspired her to write two published books; The Essence of Sound and Western Herbs for Eastern Meridians and Five Element Theory. She has also created a leading edge energy kinesiology protocol and training manual specifically for athletes.
Evelyn is a competitive waterskier and her desire to compete nationally drove her to personally apply these protocols. She experienced first hand results when she won the silver medal at the national waterski championships in 2013, and went on to break a provincial record at the age of 50. Her protocol for switching on muscles for peak athletic performance has gained her significant international recognition from both the Athletic and Energy Kinesiology communities.   Qualifictions:

  • ICPKP K-Power® Trainer 
  • ICPKP Senior Faculty Member
  • ICPKP International Diploma in Kinesiology 
  • ICPKP Faculty Trainer Certificate