A Registered Kinesiology session involves first and foremost an initial assessment of physical functionality and limitations. This includes assessing the range of motion of the neck, back and shoulders, grip strength, lifting capacities, endurance tests and the levels of pain, if any, experienced by the individual being assessed. Depending on the resulting information the Kinesiologist can determine the functional capacities and limitations of the individual. A personalized active rehabilitation program is then designed to improve the functional capacities of those with limitations or an exercise program for those who simply want to improve on their personal functional capacities despite not having any limitations. After the initial assessment is done and a program is created, it is then implemented and the progress of the individual is then monitored and recorded session by session. The program is geared towards helping the individual achieve their functional goals with respect to the individual’s personal limitations if any. In this way Kinesiology helps a person to achieve and maintain health and wellbeing through functional training. It is important to understand that your physical bodies are a part of a much larger entity in the scheme of things. The integration of the physical aspect of wellness must be approached with respect to the psychological and emotional aspects to say the least. Thus, when treating people, kinesiology plays a necessary, specific and crucial role on the path to wellness and in maintaining wellness.