Frequently Asked Questions

1. What are your rates?

2. What payment methods do you accept?

3. How long does a session go for?

4. How many sessions will I need?

5. Can I claim back on my health insurance?

6. Is it covered by Medicare?

7. Do I need a referral?

8. What should I wear?

9. I'm not sure if I should do kinesiology because of my religion.

10. What is GST?

 

1. What are your rates?

The current rates can be found by following these links:
   kinesiology rates
   reiki rates

 

2. What payment methods do you accept?

Payment may be made by cash or EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer - savings/cheque account or Mastercard/Visa). Remote sessions can be paid for by direct deposit, PayPal online or credit card over the phone.

 

3. How long does a session go for?

A standard full kinesiology session, also known as "a balance", is generally around an hour long but please note that this is a guide only. Your kinesiology session may run a little shorter or a little longer or even a lot longer. I trust that your body and energy, via muscle testing, will tell me when it has had enough and the session is complete. I suggest allowing 90 mins for a standard session. Please remember that your money's worth is in the quality of the session, not necessarily the time.

A reiki session generally goes for 90 mins and additional time may be taken for you to relax in peace after the reiki itself has been completed.

In either case, if you would like the session to end or you need to leave by a certain time, please let me know.

 

4. How many sessions will I need?

There is no definitive answer to this one. The number and frequency of sessions required to achieve your goals depends on a number of things: the issues to be cleared, how long they've been in place, how deeply embedded they are and how you personally respond to kinesiology, just to name a few. However, if you are new to kinesiology, I usually recommend three or four sessions one or two weeks apart to get a good run on the clearing and balancing. By then you will have a feel for kinesiology and how you personally respond to it - everyone is different. You will also have a feel for the timing of your next session, if you feel one is required at all. I have clients who have come once and never come back again because their goal has been achieved, clients who just come back whenever they feel "out of balance" or have a specific challenge to deal with or goal to achieve, and clients who make sure they come back every one, two or three months for maintenance - to keep on top of things before they become a big issue. I can test for when the best time is for your next session but in the end it's up to you. You are not ever obliged to have more than one session with me or to come back. I don't believe in "making" people come back to see me. I believe they should be empowered to make their own decisions regarding their health.

 

5. Can I claim back on my health insurance?

Whether you can claim back on your health insurance depends on your fund, level of cover and any annual or item limits. To see the list of health funds for which I, Diane Low, have a provider number for kinesiology, click here. Please note that remote sessions and distance healings cannot be claimed back on health funds. Reiki is not covered by private health funds.

 

6. Is it coveredby Medicare?

No. Neither kinesiology nor reiki are part of the medical system and therefore neither are covered by Medicare.

 

7. Do I need a referral?

No, you don't need a referral to see a kinesiologist. Kinesiology is not part of the medical system so all you need to do is call to make an appointment. Anyone can see a kinesiologist, anytime.

 

8. What should I wear?

As muscle testing involves physically moving the limbs and other parts of the body, please wear something loose and comfortable that is easy to move about in. Short or tight garments are not advised.

 

9. I'm not sure if I should do kinesiology because of my religion.

Kinesiology is a natural therapy, so it's like going to a massage therapist or a naturopath or a chiropractor. Kinesiology is not affiliated with any religious belief. In fact, if your kinesiologist is any good, they will work wholly and respectfully within your own belief system, whatever that is.

 

10. What is GST?

GST, or "goods and services tax", is a broad-based tax of 10% on most goods, services and other items sold or consumed in Australia. BodyComm Kinesiology collects GST on all sales (including postage and handling) made to customers within Australia. International customers are not charged GST on either the sale or postage and handling. All prices quoted on this website include GST. To calculate a price excluding GST, divide by 1.1 ie. price inc GST/1.1=price ex GST