Perceptual BodyTracking Creative Kinesiology Professional Training starting Autumn 2021 East Devon, UK Self catering accommodation available
Perceptual BodyTracking develops the skills of the body detective and body tracking, which is Creative Kinesiology’s unique approach to listening to what the body’s deeper wisdom and truth is saying.
This approach to kinesiology helps you expand your senses so that you can really listen to the body's inner wisdom and intelligence and hear what it is saying through symptoms or difficulties.
The course involves group work and teaches at depth, skills of witnessing, listening to a person and their body. You will be working at a deep level in order to release trauma held in the bodily 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 listening deeply to the body and emotions, which focuses on listening skills, as well as body and energy techniques
Wish to enhance their current holistic practice or develop skills for working within the caring professions
Professional training course details:
Successful completion of the course gives a certificate in Creative Kinesiology which enables you to set up in private practice working with the general public and charge for your sessions. You are classed as an Assessed Practitioner working under the guidance of a mentor. You have the following 3 years within which to complete Part 2 of Perceptual BodyTracking. This includes completing 4 short courses called Core Subjects in: Body-Oriented Interpersonal Skills, Nutrition, Anatomy & Physiology, and Practice Management, 200 sessions, mentoring and personal sessions. You will then have fulfilled the requirements to gain fully Registered Professional Practitioner status and be awarded a professional Perceptual BodyTracking certificate in Creative Kinesiology.
A pre-requisite for applying for Perceptual BodyTracking is to have foundation certificate in kinesiology. The recommended course is Creative Kinesiology's LifeTracking Foundation. However, other foundations are welcome - please get in touch as you will need to complete a short bridging course in the Creative Kinesiology tracking approach, fundamental to the professional training.
A £200 deposit reserves your place. Total cost: £2,800 includes manuals, refreshments and mentoring during the course. May be paid in installments - £2,850. 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. Other practitioners may well 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 needs.
Text Book: Trail Guide to the Body £40 approx
Acupuncture Chart £10 approx
Assessment weekend approx £250 (to be arranged at a later date after the course)
Personal sessions are a requirement during this course, a minimum of 2 sessions between modules and one special series of 6 sessions taken weekly or fortnightly at some point during the course. 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. This will be arranged with the group, at a later date once the course is finished, and within six months of completion. This Assessment is viewed within the School of Creative Kinesiology as a rite of passage, marking the important stage of your competency to work with the general public, rather than a test or exam.
East Devon area:
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.