International Association of Specialized Kinesiologists
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  • Join the upcoming KF/IASK conference in Oxford 14th to 16th of April! Inspire yourself by connecting with others in the kinesiology profession, and also benefiting from the speakers knowledge. Some of the speakers will also offer workshops. Click here for details.

What happens in a session?

What happens in a session?

All modalities are different, but there are some similarities. All sessions will involve muscle monitoring or muscle response testing of some sort. Clients remain fully clothed and should be comfortable throughout. The client is always in control of the session and will be listened to every step of the way. The practitioner should fully explain the modality being used and be willing to answer any questions as they arise.

IASK members sign a Code of Ethics and agree to work with full integrity at all times. IASK members do not diagnose or treat any illness unless they have a license that allows them to do so.