Physical Pain and Fitness

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HOW TO: Kinesiology? Physical Pain & Fitness

What is physical pain and fitness? Physical fitness is pivotal to maintaining good health, with a wide range of other factors contributing to how well we are: food and our attitude to eating, our lifestyle habits, our home and work environments, the support people we have around us, our spiritual and mental health, and our short and long term goals in life.

What is this course? This course is designed as a compilation of the many modalities that contribute to good health, from personal training and fitness to general anatomical health of the organs, glands and muscles.

Who should do this? Kinesiologists who want to have that radiant glow of health and vitality, and be able to pass this on to clients.

What will I get out of this? You will expand your knowledge of anatomy and physiology, develop a healthy attitude to weight loss, increase energy levels, learn to deal with stress more effectively and learn to incorporate movement into your day.

You will dive deep into areas such as:

- Eating: Choose healthy foods, keep a food diary, be ‘present’ while eating, become aware of where your food comes from, and more.
- Lifestyle: Be open to doing new things, change to healthy daily routines, limit sedentary time, and take responsibility for your work, rest and play.
- Environment: Learn to create healthy work and home environments.
- Support system: Surround yourself with people who support your efforts.
- Spiritual and mental health: Gain movement walking your path.
- Goals: Set many small and realistic goals so you are constantly achieving targets.
- Failure: Learn how to manage life when you don’t hit goals. Be willing to be persistent.

Practical notes: Materials include client evaluations, mental and emotional scan lists, and charts on spirituality, reflexology, iridology and cranial receptors.

Bonus material: Plus, watch videos on the kinesiology session layout and how to muscle test.

I'm a proficient kinesiologist already. Why do I need to do your courses?
Good question. HOW TO: Kinesiology? prides itself on being succinct in its delivery of information whilst providing a complete package of 'real time' client usable information. Regardless of whether you have done many kinesiology courses I know for a fact that there is nothing like this out in the kinesiology world to date. I have been a kinesiology educator for over 25 years and have created these courses for you as I'm very well aware of the missing links in kinesiology studies.
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Is there any opportunity to teach your HOW TO: Kinesiology? courses?
Yes, If you have completed all of my online courses and attended the Abundance & Business Management workshop face to face, and have been successful at our interview, then a big YES from me. My dream is to get this brand of kinesiology out to the families, to empower women all over the globe and to raise a new generation of children who know they have their own answers to each and every problem they will face in life all within themselves.


Why study this course, what skills will I come out with?
While kinesiology is traditionally performed with the client laying on a massage table and the practitioner standing next to the massage table doing muscle testing / monitoring, HOW TO: Kinesiology? also teaches self testing and therefore eliminating the need to have a clinic space and massage table. The positive in this is that this form of kinesiology can be taken anywhere once you have learnt how to do self testing.


What does that course legally allow me to practice?
The balancing procedures and techniques used in HOW TO: Kinesiology? courses are in no way designed to replace medical practices or medical advice given to people. Any healing that takes place is within the integrity of the client. Applying information from this course should be allowed free interpretation by the student / clients' body. The author / course founder Ranee Zeller makes no claim to cure any illness or disease, nor diagnose or prescribe any medical advice to anyone. Ranee Zeller does not discourage any student or client from seeking medical advice. Ranee Zeller is not a medical practitioner. Ranee Zeller balances energy and has IICT accreditation (International Institute for Complimentary Therapies) and continues to seek recognition internationally through other associations. 


Are all the HOW TO: Kinesiology? courses nationally recognised?
Yes through IICT (International Institute for Complimentary Therapies)

AIK Ltd(Australian Institute of Kinesiology) hours go towards your kinesiology diploma.


Do I get a certificate?
Yes, immediately after the final submission of the last assessment. Providing you have achieved 80% or higher pass rate.


Are these courses recognised as part of another course or certification?
AIK Ltd (Australian Institute of Kinesiology) requires that in order to have these hours go towards your diploma you do Touch for Health 1-4, or equivalent, and be proficient in muscle testing / monitoring.  For these courses to be recognised as prior learning credits and counted towards the Diploma, you as a student will need to approach your specific RTO’s who is offering the Diploma of Kinesiology and apply for recognition of prior learning. The AIK Ltd is not in a position to issue a diploma but rather recognise your diploma and give you AIK Ltd status.
IICT: is a membership company and not an association and do not require CPE points
ATMS: 1point / 2 hours course time. There is no maximum per year you can claim.
Please check with your individual association on points per hour as they will all differ slightly.


How long do I have to complete a course?
There is no time limit put on course completion. Your course certificate will be attained once final assessment has been marked.


How long does marking take and how long before I receive my certificate?
Marking is instantaneous, your certificate is a full colour A4 certificate sent to you as a pdf.


Are the courses recognised overseas?
All students and graduates can get membership with IICT (International Institute of Complimentary Therapies) and insurance with our insurance partners in all of our 27 IICT approved countries: Australia, NZ, USA, Canada, South Africa, UK and the EU.
It is part of IICT requirements the kinesiology be taught face to face. If someone is qualified in kinesiology, we do accept further training done online but they will first have to have some face to face training.


What is the pass rate for each course?
The pass rate for each online course is 80%


What happens if I don’t pass?
You will receive a certificate of participation if you don't achieve a pass mark of 80% or higher.


Each manual used can also be purchased before, after or during the online course via Amazon.


For more answers please jump over to the FAQ page

 

Teacher: Ranee
Released: September 19, 2018
Time invested: 58 hours
Level: Intermediate
Certificate: Finish lessons, and quizzes. (please write your name as you would like it to appear on your certificate)

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