AKA Management Committee

The Australian Kinesiology Association Inc. is governed by the AKA Management Committee which is elected annually.

2020-2021 Management Committee members

Megan McIntyre

Secretary

Megan studied NeuroEnergetic Kinesiology, at Kinesiology Asia, Hong Kong before moving back to Australia in late 2017. Transitioning to NK Institute to complete the diploma of NeuroEnergetic Kinesiology, Megan opened her practice in the suburbs of Camberwell and Burwood in Melbourne.

Megan’s background before kinesiology included being an Oral and Maxillofacial Practice Manager for 9 years and Dispensary Advisor at Integrated Medicine Institute, Hong Kong for 2 years.

While in Hong Kong, Megan worked as a kinesiologist, part-time in a chiropractic clinic, mainly working with executive stress and pain related issues. Since being back in Australia her focus has shifted to teenage / young adults. Megan is a mother two tween/teen boys and when not volunteering or working enjoys cheering them on from the sidelines at their sports.

Megan is delighted to bring her management and leadership skills into the role Secretary of the AKA Management committee and very much looks forward to assisting the AKA move forward in a positive, modern and inclusive direction.

Anastasia Giovanoglou

Treasurer

Anastasia is a practising Kinesiologist and Sound Healing Therapist. She has first-hand knowledge of what AKA members need and what challenges they may be facing.

Anastasia complements her compassionate nature with over 20 years’ experience in the corporate world. With extensive administration and finance experience and working in a wide range of industry sectors and organisation types, she played a vital role in the operations management and leadership.

Anastasia has recently completed further studies in Kinesiology and Mind Body Medicine at the College of Complementary Medicine.

Alice Bullivant

Ordinary Member

Alice has been a member of the AKA since 2017, and is currently a Level 2 RSKP member.

Alice graduated from the College of Complementary Medicine in early 2015 with Diplomas in Kinesiology and Mind Body Medicine, and then went on to study an Advanced Diploma in Complementary Medicine with the same college.

Since opening her business, KinesiAlice, Alice has built up her business from a home-based hobby business into a full-time clinic at Riverstone, NSW, where she shares a thriving practice with a psychology business.

Alice is also a twice-published author, corporate wellness facilitator (currently with a large pharmaceutical company!), retreat facilitator, meditation instructor, and workshop facilitator, especially for those newer to working in natural therapies and running a business.

Alice has developed a small range of her own essential oils and aromatherapy products and has also had additional training in tissue salts and essences.

Alice is a wife and a mother to two kids aged 15 and 11.  Her 15 year old is the reason she discovered kinesiology and she is grateful every day that he led her to this path, and for the many lessons she has learned on her journey so far.

Alice comes from a corporate background, having worked with a large pharmaceutical company and for a large fast food corporation, and is also a qualified audiometrist.

Alice has variously been a volunteer coordinator, facilitator and worker bee for corporates, schools, dance schools and sports clubs, and believes that all her varied experience over life serves her well to step into a role with the AKA, and is looking forward to getting to know everybody.

Alice loves her work, and loves to learn, and can’t wait to learn more from our members.

Gail Medland

Ordinary Member

Gail holds a Level 4 KIP membership with the AKA and has been a member since 2012. Prior to studying kinesiology, Gail worked in office administration for over 25 years. Gail previously served on the AKA Management Committee from 2014 to 2018 in the role of secretary. Since leaving the committee in 2018, Gail has been studying part time to complete a Bachelor of Psychological Science and Counselling. Gail practices kinesiology from her home and a local wellness centre and is using the information she is learning from her bachelor’s degree, to enhance her kinesiology practice. Gail is excited to bring her experience to the current management committee and keep the AKA progressing in a modern and supportive way for its members.

Molly Brumm

Ordinary Member

Molly Brumm from Conscious Heart Kinesiology is #YourInnerStressGPS. With over 25 years’ experience she hones in on the personal pain coordinates buried in your subconscious mind and body. These coordinates are where stress is stored. She knows that “Where your attention goes your energy flows!” By releasing blocks, beliefs that have passed their Use-by-Dates and habits sabotaging your progress she helps you reconnect your Heart and Mind. Her background in acting and education gives her a unique perspective on human development to help you step into your true powerful self. As she tells her clients: You’ll only reveal what you’re ready to Heal. So Reveal it and Heal it!

Phillipa Huynh

Ordinary Member

Phillipa holds an International Diploma of PKP and began practicing kinesiology in 2013. Becoming a member of the AKA in 2014, she is currently a level 5 practitioner. Phillipa has worked in the corporate world, specifically in Information Technology, for 16 years throughout Australia, the UK and Chile. This experience together with her ‘side hustle’ of small natural therapy website development has translated into beneficial skills for the MC with the website redesign and association strategy being major projects of interest and focus.

Phillipa is busy at home with two young children and has recently completed a Graduate Diploma in Psychology at Monash University to complement her kinesiology practice.