Way of the Tracker Intensive 2019-2020 Creative Kinesiology Professional Training Course 13-20 October 2019 & 13-20 May 2020 with Judith Hart Trevanin Farm, Woodbury Salterton, Devon, UK
This Way of the Tracker training is an intensive course of 2 modules, perfect for those travelling distance or those wanting to complete their training in a compact time frame, full-immersion style. There is plenty of time in between both modules both for practice and to process what you have learnt.
The course will help you develop skills in body-tracking, and show you how to become a professional tracker. Body-tracking is Creative Kinesiology’s unique approach to finding out what the body's wisdom is saying through emotional and spiritual difficulties, as well as nutritional or physical issues.
The focus of this training is to teach you how to work deeply with emotion and the deeper skills of listening, witnessing so you can learn to support someone else through a healing journey of self discovery. You will embark on your own inner journey of personal development and learnhow to release trauma held in the body and it's energy systems so that healing can occur.
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
Full professional training is in 2 parts. This intensive classroom-based course is Part 1. Successful completion of this course gives a certificate in Creative Kinesiology which, along with membership of the Creative Kinesiology Association, allows you to work with the general public under the guidance of a mentor.
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, 200 clinical practice sessions, 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 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. However other foundation courses are welcome - do please get in touch to discuss as you will need to take a bridging course in the CK tracking approach, fundamental to the professional training.
A £300 deposit reserves your place. Cost: £2500 includes manuals, refreshments and mentoring. May be paid in installments. £2,550 if paying instalments. Payment plans accepted. Self Catering accommodation is available at extra cost.
Personal Sessions during the course are a requirement- student sessions with me are charged at a reduced rate of £40-£45 depending on venue. Other practitioners may charge more.
Acupuncture Chart £10 approx
Assessment weekend approx £200 (to be arranged at a later date)
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 in Creative Kinesiology, you will need to do a practical assessment. There is the opportunity to take an preliminary Assessment at the end of this course for those living in other countries . Please talk to me about this. Those closer to home can arrange their Assessment at a later date once the course is finished, and within 12 months of completion. 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.