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About Suna Wellbeing

Over 2 decades of helping people be well

Suna Wellbeing is a sister to Suna Pilates, and together we focus on empowering people to create holistic wellbeing - calm minds, strong bodies, balanced emotion. 

In our modern lifestyles, far too often we prioritise 'busy' and 'should' or 'have to' over what makes us truly well in ourselves. We forget that our body, our mind  and our time are all we really own in this world, and all we can control.

If we are well in our body, calm in our selves and have a healthy sense of self esteem and prioritising ourselves, we can face any challenges, and get far more enjoyment out of daily life and adventures.

Make a decision to prioritise YOU.
When you are well, everyone you care about benefits, and you'll live a richer, healthier life, for longer.

Our Wellbeing Story

Everything we do at Suna Wellbeing has been driven from our own journeys and our own experience in improving our wellbeing. We all have different stories, but there’s a common theme in our desire to live happy, healthy and fun lives with balance and purpose and to help others do the same.

It started with exercise

Our wellbeing journey started with exercise - Pilates - and with founder Susie’s need to fix the persistent and sometimes debilitating pain in her body from numerous snowboarding accidents. She tried Yoga, but that didn’t work and then moved onto Pilates. Fixing her posture using Pilates completely fixed the pain and started a life long wellbeing journey and path to helping others.
Suna Pilates opened in 2000 and has helped thousands and thousands of people re-instate correct posture, fix pain and build strong and fit bodies that not only look great but age well. We have many customers who started with us in the early days still with us and going strong today!  But the story only really began with exercise because while exercise is vital for mental and physical wellbeing we realised pretty early on that there was much more we could do to  really change overall wellbeing.

Nutrition and Holistic Health

Susie threw herself full time into understanding both holistic health and how nutrition could help overall wellbeing and completed her internship with one of America’s top holistic nutritionists Dr Cliff Oliver a number of years ago.  She also went on to train as a Nutritionist and Holistic Lifestyle coach - becoming an accredited Paul Chek Holistic Lifestyle Coach 


Although the combination of exercise and nutrition is vital and powerful we found it still couldn’t fix all of the issues our clients has and seeing how important our thoughts are in achieving good health led Susie to Kinesiology. She qualified in both Touch for Health and Total Body Modification types of kinesiology and has been practicing for over 20 year – with a wealth of experience meaning there are not many issues that she hasn’t come across, or can’t help with!

 Wellbeing Programmes for everyone 

Our 20 year journey of discovery through exercise, nutrition, holistic lifestyle coaching and kinesiology gives us a very holistic approach to wellbeing and has led us to where we are today. We have taken all of this knowledge and expertise to create models of empowerment for our clients wellbeing, educating and providing tools for their growth – both one on one in the studio and online. All of our programmes come from the premise that small lifestyle changes really can add up to big results and we work with our clients to educate, empower  and support them to make these changes for themselves.

Our programmes are holistic health programmes covering both mental and physical wellbeing and our objective is simple – to help and educate people to feel better look better and be better and to do it in a sustainable way.

We all know that when we feel better we do better in everything – our work, our family, our relationships, everything and that’s our objective for everyone.

Core to all of our wellbeing programmes are some simple philosophies: 

There are no quick fixes or beneficial fads that deliver sustainable results.
When we learn this, we are able to start looking at lifestyle and make real change both physically and mentally. Simple lifestyle changes add up to big results and sustainable results – it’s the only sensible way and the only way that is good for our bodies. 

We only do what is beneficial for a body. 
We don’t suggest you starve it and over exercise it – we respect and nurture it whilst getting fast results that your body needs for looking amazing and aging well. 

All bodies are different, one size never fits all; and bodies need different things at different times.

Change happens with knowledge and understanding.
If you don’t know why we are doing exercise or making life style changes you won’t be able to do it properly. Our objective is to create models of empowerment for wellbeing, educating and providing tools for growth. We can’t do it for you, but we can show you how and support you all the way! 

Experience pays.
We know what works and what is sustainable. We can test what works for each individual and personalise programmes We are 21 years young and have world renowned mentors. We are collective learners who discuss and share our leanings. This way we learn and grow faster.


If this sounds sensible to you, then regardless of where you are on your wellbeing journey we would love to help you!

 Meet Susie Cleland

Our beautiful founder Susie has trained in different Kinesiology modalities for 20+ years, and is a Master Pilates Trainer.

How does Kinesiology work to help body + mind?

Kinesiology restores balance to the whole system and in this way, facilitates the self-healing process. It can increase energy and vitality, prevent illness, improve posture, relieve physical pain and tension, release and manage emotions and stress, enhance brain function and co-ordination and help us discover individual nutritional needs and sensitivities.

A Kinesiology balance can be used to improve or solve a huge range of issues from physical, to emotional and beyond! If you're feeling stressed, unwell or overwhelmed, re-balancing with kinesiology can literally help you change your life.

Kinesiology can reveal how your body is functioning and what it needs to reach its full potential. One size doesn’t fit all in terms of exercise, rest and nutrition. Qualified Suna staff combine insights from Kinesiology and Metabolic Typing to create completely personalised programmes that work with your body, for your body. We’ll tell you what’s right for your body, what’s good for your body and what will get results for your body.  With a tailored blend of nutrition, exercise and Kinesiology we can help you change habits and feel calm, balanced, and vibrantly alive. 

See our many testimonials for Kinesiology at Suna here.

Kinesiology is one of the fastest growing and most interesting developments in modern natural healthcare. There are different types of Kinesiology, but they all use muscle testing as the basis for their work. Kinesiology can detect imbalances in the body's systems in four key areas:

Chemical nutrition - hormones, pH, good health begins in the gut
Structural - bones, muscles, tissues
Emotional fears - phobias, trauma, stress
Electrical hydration - energy levels and energetic fields 

What can Kinesiology help?

Kinesiology can help with issues like Anxiety, fears and phobias, Allergies and food sensitivities, Arthritis and joint pain, Asthma, Back pains, lower back pain and slipped disc, Bloating and gas, Candida and thrush, Chronic fatigue and ME, Co-ordination and balance problems, Depression, Digestive problems, Dyslexia, Eczema, rashes and skin conditions, Frequent infections and immune problems, Heavy or restless legs, Headaches and migraines, Insomnia, poor sleeping patterns, IBS - constipation and diarrhea, Low energy levels, Menstrual and hormonal problems, Pain in the body, Poly Cystic Ovaries Syndrome , Repetitive Injury Strain, Sinus problems, Stress and Tinnitus. 

Who can benefit from Kinesiology?

Everyone can benefit from babies to athletes, whether you’re injured, recovering from surgery, constantly unwell, emotionally unbalanced or just want to ensure your body is balanced by having regular checks. When someone cannot be muscle tested, either because they are perhaps too young or have paralysis, a surrogate may be used. 

What happens in a Kinesiology session?

You remain fully clothed. The Kinesiologist will place your arms, legs or head into specific positions and then apply gentle pressure. Muscle testing gives the Kinesiologist information and feedback from your body about its condition and can assess the order in which to treat the imbalances. A treatment plan may include nutritional supplements, emotional stress release techniques, acupressure, gentle structural realignment, firm reflex massage, suggested lifestyle changes and more.

The history of Kinesiology

The word Kinesiology comes from the Greek work kinesis, meaning motion. In the medical sciences it is the study of muscles and the movement of the body. Applied Kinesiology was the name given by its inventor, Dr George Goodheart, an American chiropractor, in 1965. Goodheart discovered that when a muscle was tested it could reveal vital information, which was sometimes impossible to determine by any other method. In the last 55 years, the body of knowledge on Kinesiology has developed rapidly.

Kinesiology uses the muscle - meridian relationship to evaluate body function and identify any issues like mineral deficiencies, food types to avoid, emotional issues and physical damage or impairment. Kinesiology is renowned as a way of uncovering and helping the underlying causes of health problems.