Alexandra McArthur

pro Member - Bristol Clifton

Kinesiology by Alex

With kinesiology we have the most effective, powerful and fastest tools to achieve overall balanced health and wellbeing.

A bit about me...

My passion for Kinesiology began when I was introduced to it a number of years ago and was inspired by how it transformed my own health & wellbeing. 

Tapping into my purpose of wanting to help people to be the very best they can, I decided to train to be a Kinesiologist.
 

I am trained in Systematic Kinesiology through the Association of Systematic Kinesiology (ASK) which was founded in 1988 in the UK by Brian Butler following his training in the US under the International College of Applied Kinesiology (ICAK).

I am a member of the Association of Systematic Kinesiology that works within a strict code of conduct maintaining a high standard of practice

Recommendations

"I had a lovely kinesiology session with Alex, I found her to be very personable and knowledgeable. My imbalances were addressed and I came away feeling very relaxed and in a good space. I would highly recommend Alex and I will definitely be booking some more sessions."

Recommended by Maria Price

"My kinesiology session with Alex was brilliant - she intuitively understood what I was aiming to achieve with the session and was sensitive to how I was responding to the treatment. She was approachable and personable throughout and I instantly felt comfortable. I left with useful, practical tips about improving my health and well-being. Highly recommended!"

Recommended by Katie Taylor

"Alex is fantastic. Really unique style that will work for so many people, including those who haven't tried kinesiology before and who might be a bit sceptical. Would highly recommend booking in to find out more"

Recommended by Amy Newton

My blogs

What's in a website?

by Alexandra McArthur on 5th Mar 2013

  We often get asked to help clients who want a hand bringing together a structure and some content for their website. While we're not website coders or designers, (we work with those) we understand what makes a website...

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A bit more about me

What's the most enjoyable thing about your work?
I love being able to help other women connect their mind and their bodies for balanced and better overall wellbeing.

What is your vision for your business?
More a personal mission to help every person I meet discover and experience the amazing power of kinesiology and the tools it offers to bring better balance to your wellbeing and life.

If you could give one single piece of advice to a new start up business, what would it be?
Get out there and network! You never know who you meet might know someone that can change your life!

Which business person or company do you admire most and why?
Michelle Obama. Read her biography, it's extraordinary.

Which one phrase or quote sums up your attitude to business life?
Screw it, just do it!

What made you join WMB and how do you plan to make the most of the network?
I've been a member for several years and its the best investment I've made in myself and my business.

What do you do at week-ends?
Eat, drink, travel, explore, spend time with important people and generally be merry!

If you were stranded on a desert island, what 2 luxury items would you take?
My Kindle (with unlimited wifi access and battery life) and a supply of Cadbury's Creme Egg (one a day)

What book are you currently reading?
The Wisdom of Your Cells by Dr. Bruce Lipton ( I re-read it a lot)

What book(s) would you recommend?
The Chimp Paradox and The Silent Guides by Prof Steve Peters Dare to Lead by Brene Brown Taming Tigers by Jim Lawless The Referral Engine by John Jantsch The EMyth by Michael Gerber 7 Habits of Highly Effective People - Stephen Covey Inspiration - Wayne Dyer

What is your worst experience in business or work?
Working with people that don't listen or know better - they can't help themselves ultimately and we are the only ones that can (help ourselves)

What was your first ever job?
Working in a pub. The boss was a (drunk!) nightmare but I learnt so much about customer service it was a great experience.

Where is your favourite place in the world and why?
A little beach in the south of France, it's my haven where I grew up and hopefully where I will grow old.