What is Kinesiology?
Kinesiology uses manual muscle testing in a highly efficient manner to evaluate and explore areas of dysfunction within the body. It is a holistic language of the body which allows self-healing.
When did it start?
The founder was Dr George H Goodheart (Dr of Chiropractic U.S.A.) who developed this system in 1964. Since then, extensive and ongoing research has been done to prove its efficacy in allowing the body to heal itself.
How can it benefit me?
Want a career or looking for a change?
Already a therapist?
Want to achieve lasting results for your clients?
Then incorporate Kinesiology with your holistic therapy/practice.
Cotswold Kinesiology offers Post Graduate Weekend training to Fully Qualified " Practitioner " and Diploma
graduates of Systematic Kinesiology.
Here are some courses offered :
Advanced Structure Course.
Biochemistry Course. Treatment approaches in simplified language and pushing biochemical pathways.
Limited places : For further information and prices, and to register your interest in any of the above Courses please contact:
Our Diploma Course runs one 1 weekend per month over 6 months.
Modules 1 & 2
Ileo Cecal Valve and causes of dysfunction and how they relate to Structural/Chemical/Mental-Emotional sides of the Triad of Health.
Spinal Reflexes .
Difference between static and rebound challenge
Subluxations and fixations and how to test and correct without force or manipulations.
Melzack & Wall Theory of Pain.
Pain and Inflamation and the difference between Mechanical and Chemical Pain.
Lovett Brother Principle.
Strain & Counterstrain.
Injury Recall Technique.
Modules 3 & 4
Hidden Subluxations of the Spine.
Review of Quadriceps - testing them as a group- then testing them in isolation using the latest and updated way.
Testing Vastus Medialis in 3 positions - important for sports people.
Review Hamstrings testing them as a group and testing them in isolation.
Review all Rotator Cuff Muscles .
Shoulder MobilisationTechnique, and using Isometric correction.
Cervical compression problems.
Resetting body clock.
Ligament Interlink, updated version.
Modules 5 & 6
Chakras and Higher Vehicles. How to treat using all the senses.
Emotional Chart and how to link to the Beginning and End Acupuncture Points.
Psychological Reversal and why some people choose to hang on to their illness.
Brain dominance - how to test hand/eyes/foot/stance/tactile.
Review of Illiopsoas - testing in the classic way and in sitting and standing positions.
Testing Iliacus in isolation.
Modules 7 & 8
Imbrication and Impaction.
L5/S1 fixation and the relationship to walking gait.
Category 111 pelvic problems and its relationship to the lumbar region.
Category 11si pelvic fault.
Category 11sp pelvic fault.
Emotional Backache ( Researched by Dr. George Goodheart - Founder of Applied Kinesiology ).
Disc problems and their relationship to the nerve roots . How to test in order to suggest that clients should go for M.R.I. scans.
Modules 9 & 10
Voluntary and Involuntary Movements.
Mobility and motility.
Phases of Flexion and Expansion in Cranial Sacral movements.
Cranial Rhythmic Impulse.
The Primary Respiratory Mechanism of the Cranium.
Some possible Cranial faults.
4th Ventricle Compression.
Sphenobasilar Extension and Sphenobasilar Flexion.
Cranial Base Release.
Sphenobasilar Compression . ( Fixation )
Spheobasilar Imbrication. ( Glabella Fault )
Sphenobasilar Side Bending ( Temporal Bulge).
T.M.J. ( Temporo Mandibular Jaw ) an in depth test for dysfunction and using the latest methods to reveal hidden problems.
Sphenobasilar Vertical and Lateral Strains.
Interosseous or Sphenobasilar Rotation fault.
Temporal Bones Decompression.
Learning Disability Cranial Fault.
Pituitary dysfunction - in relation to cranials.
Pineal gland dysfunction - in relation to cranials..
Cruciate suture and how it relates to hip problems .
Modules 11 & 12.
Hypothalamus and its relationship to the Endocrine glands.
Test for Adrenal imbalance - blood pressure test supine and on standing, pupillary test, adrenalin spray, sodium excretion test.
Ligament stretch reaction in relation to Adrenal Stress.
PRYT - ( Pitch/ Roll/ Yaw/ Tilt ) in relation to body modules.
Finding Gall Bladder and Kidney problems in order to refer clients for scans.
Treatment procedures and role play on problems presented.
Starting up your own Kinesiology practice - suggested equipment , evaluating the needs of clients as well as your own needs, advertising. Avoiding traps.
Importance of being a regulated practitioner.
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