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About usTerry Larder also practices kinesiology with naturopathy at the Kinesiology Centre, 81, Lancashire St, Leicester. If you would like a consultation with her, call 0116 2661962 or contact us.
Terry has been in the field of natural health care since 1981 and has run a busy practice since then. To learn more about her practice visit www.kinesiologycentre.co.uk She and her colleagues have built up a huge wealth of information that seriously address problematic health problems that orthodox medicine struggle to find answers to.She first studied kinesiology and naturopathy in 1985 and has been a trainer since 1987. She is a qualified adult education teacher.
She is a former chair of the Kinesiology Federation, the discipline"s national professional body.
She started the Classical Kinesiology Institute (Formerly the Middle England School of Kinesiology) in 1993. The school has trained more than 400 practitioners during this time and is renowned in its field for providing high quality training both recognised by the Kinesiology Federation and the Naturopathic Nutrition Association. Visit www.classicalkinesiology.co.uk for more information about courses.
Over the years she has been a visiting lecturer for DeMontfort University Leicester, on radio and television, including an appearance on RI:SE TV breakfast show for channel 4, and been written about in the national press. She has lectured in the US, in Japan and nationwide.