Way of the Tracker 2020 Creative Kinesiology Professional Training Course 23-26 April, 23-26 July, 22-25 Oct, 10-13 Dec 2020 18-21 March 2021 Trevanin Farm, Woodbury Salterton, Devon, UK Self catering accommodation available
This Way of the Tracker training is a 20 day course - five 4-day modules spread over a year, and is the first part of the Creative Kinesiology professional training. This 20 day course is a magical learning experience where you have the opportunity to undertake a journey of healing and self empowerment and learn to work deeply with emotional stress and trauma in others. The focus of this training is on helping you develop the deeper skills of listening and witnessing to enable you to support someone else through their own healing journey of self discovery. You will learn to track ancestral energies, explore the Native American Medicine Wheel, investigate spiritual past lives, release energy miasms, heal deep stress from childhood and the nervous system, and learn some wonderful cranial bodywork....and much more besides. It's a wonderful and magical way to learn.
Who is this course for:
This course welcomes those who:
Are interested in making a difference - by helping others to heal and change
Are open to being a detective – a body detective - discovering what is behind symptoms
Wish to gain a professional qualification in kinesiology that includes working deeply with emotion, and which focuses on listening skills, whilst holding a client through a healing process over time
Wish to enhance their current holistic practice or develop skills for working within the caring professions
A pre-requisite for applying for Way of the Tracker is to have foundation certificate in kinesiology. The recommended course is Creative Kinesiology's LifeTracking Foundation. Other foundation courses are welcome - and do please get in touch to discuss as unless you have done LifeTracking Foundation, you will need to take a short bridging course in the CK tracking approach, fundamental to the professional training.
Full professional training is in 2 parts. This 5 module classroom-based course is Part 1. Successful completion of this course and the Assessment means that you are classed as a Trainee Kinesiologist. The certificate you receive, along with membership of the Creative Kinesiology Association, allows you to work with the general public under the guidance of a mentor, and receive payment for your sessions.
You have the following 3 years within which to complete Part 2 of the professional training. This includes completing 4 short courses called Core Subjects in: Body-Oriented Interpersonal Skills, Nutrition, Anatomy & Physiology, and Practice Management, give 200 clinical practice sessions, as well as receive mentoring and personal sessions. You will then have fulfilled the requirements to gain fully professional Creative Kinesiology Registered Practitioner (CKRP) status and be awarded a professional Way of the Tracker certificate in Creative Kinesiology.
A £200 deposit reserves your place. Cost: £2600 includes manuals, refreshments and mentoring. May be paid in installments. £2,650 if paying instalments. Payment plans accepted. Self Catering accommodation is available at extra cost. £20-£25 per night.
Personal Sessions during the course are a requirement- student sessions with me are charged at a reduced rate of £45. Other practitioners may charge more. 12-14 sessions minimum requirement. Please note some students may need extra sessions in order to be ready for Assessment. This is advised on an individual basis according to your personal need.
Acupuncture Chart £10 approx
Assessment weekend approx £250 (to be arranged at a later date but probably June 2021)
Personal sessions are a requirement of this course, including one special series of 6 sessions taken weekly or fortnightly shortly after the training. You will also need to complete 40 case studies, a creative project, a book review, a questionnaire and do background reading and home research around the subject.
In order to gain the certificate as a Trainee Kinesiologist, you will need to do a practical assessment which is a separate weekend and is paid for separately. This Assessment is viewed within the School of Creative Kinesiology as a rite of passage, marking the important stage of beginning to work with the general public, rather than a test or exam.
How to get there:
Trevanin Farm is a beautifully renovated farmstead quietly situated on the outskirts of the village of Woodbury Salterton. It is in rural East Devon, about 8 miles from the centre of Exeter, and only 10 minutes’ drive from Junction 30 on the M5. There is an hourly bus service to Exeter and Exmouth (Stagecoach route 56, weekdays and Saturdays till early evening), and a pub within 10 minutes’ walk. Local shopping is a short drive or cycle away, or a walk across fields to Woodbury. The nearest station at Topsham is a 10 minutes’ drive, and the airport is 15 minutes.
The wonderful East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is nearby: the Pebblebed Heaths have varied scenery, nature reserves, prehistoric sites, and lovely tracks for walking or cycling, with extensive views of East Devon, the coastline of Lyme Bay, and the Exe estuary towards Dartmoor. The pretty estuary town of Topsham is a 10 minutes’ drive; the seaside at Exmouth and Budleigh Salterton is 20 minutes; and access to the Jurassic Coast, Dartmoor, and the rest of Devon is very easy via the M5 and other major roads.