Foundation Course Levels 1-6

Who can apply?

The foundation course is available to everyone from complete beginners to practitioners already in the healthcare industry.

  • If you are a practitioner in another modality, you can add Kinesiology to your tool-kit, become insured and charge for your services.
  • Just starting out and you want to use Kinesiology on yourself, family and friends this is the course for you. (Kinesiology was my first venture into learning about my health!)
  • If you are just starting out as a practitioner, then further learning is required before you can apply for insurance.

What you learn?

The Basics

  • Simple and accurate muscle testing of 42 muscles.
  • The associated meridians relationships and beginning of Yin/Yang principles.
  • Combine neuro-lymphatic massage, nutrition, acupressure and holding points to return balance.
  • Introduction to food sensitivity testing.
  • Vitamin/mineral requirements.

Some of the Extras

  • Emotional Stress Release
  • X-Crawl for co-ordination, left/right brain integration & memory
  • Basic principles of acupuncture: 12 meridians, flow and energy
  • Using Stomach 1 to balance fears and phobias
  • Dehydration and it’s relationship with backache
  • The jaw and lumbar pain
  • Lazy eights, visual inhibition and ear-unfurling to improve creativity, writing, seeing and hearing.
  • Much, much more

Learning Materials & Certification

You receive fully illustrated notes at the start of each module.  These contain the information we cover on that particular module and it is recommended you add your own notes to these as you require:

Pictures, stickmen, extra notes, reminders, mind-maps are all helpful tools.  Transfer the information where it is needed – into your mind and memory.   (I went round with different colour finger nails to remind me of the meridians when I was doing my training.  It wasn’t fashionable back then!)  Use what works for you including the techniques we learn.

The notes you receive contain the muscle tests, corrections and protocols that you will learn and practice.

In class, I combine:

Presentations: presenting the information to you in a visual way.

Explanations: putting meat on the bones, giving you extra information.

Demonstrations: showing you how each test/technique is done using a person.

Q&A: there is no such thing as a stupid question, I may say it will be covered later in the module or I may dive straight into it there and then.

Workshopping:  This is vital for your confidence and success.  Learning happens more in this than any other part of the modules, so leave your worries at home, you are here to learn and experience kinesiology.

Information to the Public and Providing Professional Trained Practitioners.

ASK – Association of Systematic Kinesiology

All the courses I teach are accredited by ASK (Association of Systematic Kinesiology)A

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