Prerequisites: Foundational Principles of Kinesiology™
Our 6 units of professional material based around ICPKP®’s unique ‘Finger Moding’ system, goal setting, emotions, extensive Database of Techniques and exclusive Balancing Protocol. It prepares you for the 11x Certification Programs that make up the four Diplomas of International Kinesiopractic® Education.
Once the certification in High Level Wellness and Vitality is completed you finally learn the iconic PKP fingermoding system and full balancing protocol. It is exciting to notice how the client’s body biofeedback dictates the unfolding of the balance. The practitioner does not need to have the answers, the client’s responses show the direction of the balance.
You can always have confidence even though you may not understand. You learn to trust the process because the process works. This is the magic of the PKP balancing process that only gets better as you practice and gain confidence in the protocol and learn more active listening and 20 mastery of emotional stress release skills to facilitate rapport, insight, and good choices.
You will also learn many pain release techniques, experience several dietary combinations before recommending them to clients, and will add more complex skills to your muscle-strengthening toolbox., for athletes and those with repeated muscle and postural problems.
You will study and formulate your personal code of ethics, boundaries and relationships and understand industry standards of client rapport and care.
You also develop more in-depth history taking and learn how to write case histories based on a series of balancing sessions.
This course includes:
|BKP106-en||Professional Skills, Balancing Protocol with ICPKP Database||LDP|
|BKP108-en||Balancing with Food||LDP|
|BKP109-en||Advanced muscle techniques, Reactivity and Posture||LDP|
|BKP110-en||Functioning as a Practitioner||LDP|
|BKPtest-en||BKP End-of-Series test||LDP|
|EMS201-en||Mastery of Emotional Stress Release||LDP|
LDP = Lecture, Demonstration, Practice.
HS = Home Study
OC = Off campus (taken with an external provider)