Joan Morton Kinesiologist
Where it all began … I was a professional Chef and trained in Tourism College Killybegs Co Donegal. I cooked for 14 years and I worked for various top restaurants in Cavan, Sligo, Tipperary, Kilkenny, Belfast, Lisburn, Belturbet managing busy kitchens and teams of chefs. As everyone knows a chef’s job has a lot of pressure and is very stressful. In 2001 I suffered back pain, I went down the medical route but to no avail. Luckily another chef recommended a therapist ( Orla Brady) who used kinesiology which sorted my back out in just one session. I didn’t think much about it as her treatment was so gentle.
I continued catering and moved to Belfast. In 2004 I developed a frozen shoulder and I attended my GP but I could not get relief. I then went private for various treatments acupuncture, Chiropractor, Physiotherapy and sports massage over two months with no success.
I decided to find the kinesiologist who I attended when I had back pain. I booked a treatment for my shoulder and I had finally relief 2 days after the treatment. This was a light bulb moment for me. I wanted to know how did it work and why? I then went on to study this fantastic advanced complimentary therapy.
I found a huge difference in my mood for work and was so calm and relaxed. I felt I was a different person who could cope now with the demanding work load or a chef in a busy bistro restaurant in The Plough Inn Hillsborough.
I started to train in kinesiology and in 2007 I became a professional Kinesiologist. I gave up my full-time career cooking and went on to set up a very successful Kinesiology clinic looking after the young and old with all types of ailments. I love working in clinic each case is so unique to that person and its heart-warming to hear the good results. I have since completed many Advanced Kinesiology courses with Hugo Tobar in Ireland and Austria. And I continue to further my studies in Neuro-energetic kinesiology.
Horses have always been in my life and I now managed to tie this in with my work. While studying the kinesiology I found it was amazing and worked really well on animals.
I then met a Kinesiology Instructor who had used it on his race horses in Australia. I went on to study various equine courses, Nutrition, Anatomy & Physiology, Massage, and I attended a synopsis with Dr Kerry Ridgeway and Manalo Mendez in the UK June 2014.
I had not intended to work on cattle until one day a client asked me to treat their cow who had lay down a week before she calved.” 3 weeks later and still no sign of her getting up. I did one kinesiology session and the cow got up. My practice includes all animals and offers a mobile service.
In the last 12 years I have worked with numerous top Irish horses and Riders from all spheres including, Racing, Show jumping and Eventing, Pony and Junior riders who competed for Ireland, many family pets.
I am Principal of Neuro-energetic Kinesiology College in Ireland since 2015 . I organise the groups for kinesiology diploma and advanced neuro energetic kinesiology courses through out Ireland.
- Diploma Kinesiology
- Chakra Hologram 1 ,2 ,3
- NEPS 1 , 2 ,3
- Physiology Formatting
- Brain Formatting
- Brain Hologram A
- I Ching
- Structure Hologram 1 , 2
- Immune and vaccination Pathways 1 , 2
- Anatomy and Physiology
- Nutrition Hologram A
- SIPS 1 & 2
- Reiki Master
- Massage for Horses and Dogs
- Equine A&P
- Equine Nutrition
- Equine Reiki
- Acupressure For Horses
- Neural Organisation Technique
- Child Centre Method Practicioner
- Equine Myofascial Release
Joan Morton has a unique combination of therapeutic skills, which are integrated to provide a holistic health care approach that is highly effective in the treatment of problems