Kinesiology Diploma Course – 12 Modules

Dates To Be Confirmed for 2021

Using the newly updated curriculum, revised in 2020, I am delighted to offer the FULL Kinesiology Diploma. This enables you to use the Accredited Diplomate status (Dip KA) after your name once you have fully completed the course, assessment and required homework.  This is accredited by our governing body, KA (Kinesiology Association) and enables you to become a fully qualified Kinesiologist. This diploma complies with and exceeds the Kinesiology National Occupation Standards (KNOS) as outlined by KA.  Since 2021, it is also accredited by the CNHC (Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council)

The Diploma course is, without doubt, a WOWZER of a course. It is an information packed set of 12 modules, one if you are serious about practicing professionally should be undertaken.

NB: KA stipulates that Students who have successfully completed a diploma course but have not yet completed the anatomy and physiology course and/or the nutrition course and/or the first aid course are qualified to use the title Certificate of Advanced Kinesiology. (Cert. KA). Once all these are requirements are met, you can then use Dip KA and will be registered on the KA website as that category as long as you keep up your membership.

Prerequisite for study for students: Kinesiology Foundation course level 1 – 6 (Modular or Intensive Foundation)

Below is a small selection of some of the modules to get those creative learning juices going, you can find the rest of the modules in the downloadable prospectus.

Prepare to expand your knowledge in a sensational way.

Module 1

This module is rich in techniques helpful for you to develop as practitioners and then to use with your clients. Breaking old habits and worries will be looked at and many techniques will be learned. There are also some lovely centering grounding techniques which are so helpful to keep you healthy as a practitioner. We also review and consolidate aspects of the Foundation Course plus tremendous ways of releasing past and present injuries both physical and emotional.
  • Self-help
  • Self-Esteem
  • Self-talk
  • Subconscious Self-Sabotage
  • Positive Self-Talk & Law of Attraction
  • Changes, Choices & Common Fears
  • Balancing affirmations using:
  • Eye Rotations
  • Temporal Tap
  • Psycological Reversal
  • Phobias and PR
  • Emotionally Reacitive Memories
  • Injury Recall
  • Gamma 1 and Gamma 2 muscle Testing
  • Integrated Approach
  • Breaker Switches & Centreing.
  • Cloacals
  • Hyoid and Gait
  • Hypertonic Muscles
  • Pulse Synchronisation
  • Shealey’s sacred Rings-Ring of Earth
  • Spondylegenic Reflex to the Diaphragm

Module 4

So you can take it that this is getting to the “guts” of the Diploma module. (Pardon the little joke, if you are one of my students, you will get used to them!). The Gut, otherwise known as the Bowel, Large Intestine, the Colon, is looked at thoroughly joined by it’s friends the pancreas, the vagus nerve and the associated problems these areas of the body can develop. Little friends who like to start a party in this part of the body eg. parsites, yeasts and bacteria will also be invesigated.   One of the techniques taught this weekend – the Ileo-Caecal Valve if malfunctioning is an extremely common condition and can be a causative factor in a long list of symptoms. If you want a healthy body, this can be the foundation for so many people.
  • Overview of digestion
  • Gut in dysbiosis
  • The second brain and the vagus nerve
  • Vagus nerve balancing
  • The gut microbiome
  • The gut – chinese medicine
  • Common problems associated with the gut
  • Steps to wellness
  • Candida and parasite finger modes
  • Human microbiome project
  • Probiotics
  • ICV
  • Ileo brake challenge
  • Gastric colic reflex
  • Fluctuating blood sugar
  • Normal response to blood glucose levels
  • Metabolic syndrome X and insulin resistance
  • GI / GL load
  • Herxheimer reaction
  • CHO intolerance testing
  • Notes on health issues related to the gut:
  • Hypochlorhydria
  • Hiatal hernia
  • Heartburn:
  • Hypochlorhydria
  • Helicobacter pylori
  • SIBO
  • Coeliac
  • Non celiac gluten sensitivity
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Diverticulitis
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome – IBS
  • Bristol stool chart
  • Leaky gut
  • Candida
  • Parasites
  • Bacteria

Module 8

Light, Music, Essences, Crystals, Colour, Acupuncture all combine to give a beautiful weekend of vibrational techniques. Although some of the information will be new to you, this is also a lovely weekend where you can think more creatively with your muscle testing. It’s a joy to teach and one I love dearly.   This information will become part of your every day work with people.
  • Vibrational Medicine
  • Subtle energies
  • Increasing energy awareness
  • Helping to keep your own energy’s in balance
  • Self NL massage for energy
  • Relaxing with ROYGBIV
  • Higher vehicles
  • Navel testing for over energy
  •  5 finger test for meridian imbalances
  • Pre-stressing
  • Emotions, acupressure and the Large Intestine
  • Acupuncture and the emotions
  • Aura and aura leaks
  • Crystals
  • Music
  • Harmonics
  • Chakras revisited
  • Bach Flower Remedies
  • Homeopathic remedies
  • Magnetic energy
  •  Lasers
  • Switching – extra
  • Symbolic Metaphors of the Chinese
  • Five elements – revisited
  • Checking meridian balance
  • CX meridian and feeling introverted
  • Revision: 24hr meridian clock, horary/luo points
  • Now and then technique
  • Scars
  • Full procedure for fine tuning goal balancing
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