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Kinesiology Foundation Program – Short Course
A stand-alone Kinesiology program providing a range of diverse skills.

Training Includes:
  • Balance the Body to Food Intolerance
  • Resolve Emotional Stress and Trauma
  • Balance the Body’s Structure
  • Balance the Nervous System
Brisbane Campus: 
Over four weekends:
KFP1 25 & 26 July 2020
KFP2 22 & 23 August 2020
KFP3 12 & 13 September 2020
KFP4 26 & 27 September 2020

Event Location:
College of Kinesiology 
Level 1, 260 Waterworks Rd
Ashgrove, QLD 4060, Australia 
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Payments are non-refundable but can be transferred to the next available event.
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Kinesiology Foundation Program - Short Course
This course forms the beginning of the Diploma of Kinesiology and allows you to receive credits if you decide to go further.   It is a four part course which introduces the student to the foundation skills required in becoming an effective kinesiology practitioner. The KFP1-4 is the first part of the Diploma of Kinesiology and is also the Short Course. KFP1 is also the Kinesiology Introduction Weekend. There are no pre-requisites. 
  • ​It is ideal for people looking to help family and friends
  • ​Health Professionals looking to incorporate Kinesiology into their practice
  • If you want to understand kinesiology more deeply
  • ​If you want make sure that kinesiology is for you as a profession
KFP 1  Weekend includes:

How to muscle monitor
How to perform Kinesiology pre-checks
Learn to test 14 different muscles
Balance the body’s energy systems
Balance to goals
KFP 2 Weekend includes:

Golgi Tendon
Applying Muscle Balancing Techniques
New Finger Modes
Priority Mode
Scan Mode
Pause Lock
Balancing the Chi Cycle
 Meridian Chi Cycle
Neurovascular Chi Cycle
Neurolymphatic Chi Cycle
Goal Options for a Chi Cycle Balance
Nutrition Part 1: Monitoring Responses to Food and Supplements
Working With Traditional Chinese Medicine
Yin and Yang
Alarm Points.
The Law of Five Elements
Yin and Yang in the Five Elements
The Command Points
Tonification and Sedation.
Procedure for Balancing with the Law of Five Elements: Part 1.
 Goal Options for the Law of Five Elements
New Muscles
Middle Trapezius.
Lower Trapezius
KFP 3 Weekend includes:

Working with Emotions part 1
Figure Eight Energy Balance
Temporal Tapping
Cranial Stress Release
Neuro-muscular Integration
5 more body muscles
KFP 4 Weekend includes:

Working with Emotions Part 2
Balancing Dietary and Environmental Stress
Reactive Muscle Technique
Integrating all the techniques
Using a Scan Chart
Another 4 muscles of the body
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