A Modality is a type or class of healing. Kinesiology is one modality while Acupuncture could be said to be another type of modality. All of the following courses are classified as being a part of the Kinesiology modality as they are based around muscle testing, however they each have a unique way of operating.  We could refer to the following more correctly as sub-modalities. Most successful Kinesiologists are well-trained in more than one sub-modality. Because of the unique approach of each sub-modality they can be used to work on different people at different times with different symptoms and conditions. Each of these sub-modalities provides a synthesis with each other, enabling the practitioner to create a high level of capability as a Kinesiologist whilst allowing individual creativity to emerge.

Touch for Health (TFH)
Touch for Health 1 – 4

Cranial Kinesiology (CK)
CK Level 1
CK Level 2 (Bioharmonics)
CK Level 3 (Structural Paradigm)

Neuro Energetic Kinesiology (NEK)
Brain Formatting
Neuro Emotional Pathways 1 – 3
Major Chakra Hologram
Minor Chakra Hologram
Celestial Chakra Hologram

Applied Physiology (AP)
Holographic Muscle Monitoring
Attitude with Essence
Introduction to Physiology Applications
Anatomy & Physiology of the Brain
7 Chi Keys
Tibetan Figure 8s

Neural Organisation Technique (NOT)
Neural Organisation Technique 1
Neural Organisation Technique 2
Coming to Grips with Learning

Neuro Spiritual Integration (NSI)

LEAP 2 – 5
Environmental Factors

Nutrition & Physiology Applications (NPA)

Coaching Kinesiology

Chakra Profiles

Structural Fundamentals

Kinesiology Practical Applications Series
Kinesiology History & Theory
Kinesiology Practical Applications 1
Kinesiology Practical Applications 2

Certificate IV Common Units
Client Services
Administer a Practice

Diploma Common and Elective Units
Health Services and Research
Professional Practice
Professional Development

Shamanic Bodywork

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