Jim Currie - biography

Vice Principal of Harmony Kinesiology College, a training establishment based at 575 Anniesland Road, Glasgow


Jim Currie has an extensive background and many years experience in the area of complementary health. He has had the privilege to have been trained by and to have worked with some of the world’s leading authorities in natural healthcare systems.

Jim specialises in kinesiology and is a registered professional member of the Kinesiology Federation of Great Britain. He teaches a variety of kinesiology systems. He is a ‘Touch for Health’ teacher and the Assessor for Touch for Health for Scotland and the North East of England.

He has a keen interest in all areas of kinesiology and complementary health, and in his work he addresses health issues relating to structural imbalance of the body, nutritional support and assistance with food and environmental sensitivity, as well as the underlying emotional stresses that can often be a factor in optimal health and well being.

Jim Currie is very involved with teaching kinesiologists and developing kinesiology based Colour and Light Therapy Courses and Sound Frequency Healing work.

He is a Member of the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique.

In addition, he has studied with some of the world’s leading teachers of T’ai Chi Ch’uan, Qi Gong and traditional Chinese healing for many years and integrates this knowledge into his work and teaching.

All of the methods and techniques that Jim uses are natural, safe and gentle and have been assessed to be extremely safe to use, even on children and babies.

Jim has a wide clientèle including, medical practitioners, members of Parliament and celebrities from the world of music and film.

In his role as lecturer at Harmony Kinesiology College, Jim has taught students and kinesiologists from USA and Canada, Europe and the Middle East.

He is very firmly of the opinion that natural healing methods should not be seen as an alternative to conventional medicine but rather a complement to it.

Jim Currie divides his time between his busy practice and many teaching commitments.