The School of Elemental Kinesiology is a dynamic and unique school located in Melbourne with Bianca Jewell leading the way as director and principal. We offer the full ICPKP curriculum and our goal and commitment to all of our students has and always will be to inspire, support, guide and mentor so that you become a practitioner of excellence.
We are dedicated to providing high quality instruction in the art and science of health for individuals and practitioners. We are experts at educating individuals to their highest potential. IHI is truly a sacred space for learning, healing, celebration and tranquility. IHI offers a new approach to educating a training healthcare professionals – a blend of old and new, ancient wisdom and new age.
Kelly Allison Kinesiology+ provides a supportive and nurturing environment with guaranteed small class sizes to ensure that all learning styles are catered to and that students graduate with the utmost confidence in their abilities.
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Months of preparation and ten days of hard work have seen the completion of the last FAC 3 Faculty training course which was held in Auckland, New Zealand from 31 Oct – 9 Nov 2022.
A range of introductory PKP courses including the Certificate in Self Care and Certificate in High Level Wellness & Vitality, leading into the 1-year PKP Practitioner Certification course.
The first fully online Faculty Admission Course (FAC) 1 has just been completed and several new ICPKP Faculty Members released to begin their own teaching careers. Denise Gurney, ICPKP Senior Faculty Trainer (UK) did a masterful job of wrestling with new technology, ably assisted by Faculty Member Penny Davey.
Enliven Kinesiology graduates recently enjoyed their graduation ceremony.
CPKP Professional Faculty Trainer, Denise Gurney, has been running a pioneering Online Faculty Admission Course (FAC) Level 1 during March 2022. At the time of writing they are partway through and all adapting nicely to the online learning environment
Dr Bruce and Joan Dewe would like to acknowledge the recent passing of their friend and one of the founding fathers of Kinesiology, Dr Walter Schmitt.
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