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Firebird
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Hi Guys

I am a massage therapist dipping my toes into Kinesiology I am looking to doing an introduction course/Foundation. --I dont want to pay a fortune in course fees for the wrong college an anyone help me in recommending a college in London that worth its salt?

Firebird

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Lindadb1908
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I teach foundation level kinesiology and have a course starting in September 2009 - special offer on at the moment

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elliet
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Hi

If you check the Kinesiology Federation website - - you will find a training section that gives details of Touch for Health Instructors. Touch for Health is a foundation training accepted by many Advanced Kinesiologies. Touch for Health courses are run throughout the country. If you wish to speak to someone for more information, the Touch for Health faculty member for England is Sandy Gannon and her contact details are listed there.

El

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Pathfinder
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I did a foundation course about 3 years ago in Systematic Kinesiology. The book we used on the course was by Brian Butler. I haven't really used it except on friends and family and the next course is mega bucks and very intensive.

I enjoyed the course I did and it seemed a bit more scientific compared to some of the one arm testing techniques used. I'm sure if I knew more about it I might get my head round it but to me using different muscles relating to organs and meridians seems more feasible somehow.

Details of the course I followed are on ASK (Association of Systematic Kinesiology).

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Pathfinder
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I teach foundation level kinesiology and have a course starting in September 2009 - special offer on at the moment

Linda, your course sounds like the one I did. Have to say I completely switched once the tutor turned the hands round on the diagram of the over energy points and the Chinese Five Elements blew my mind that I just turned off. Then again, I am blonde.:rolleyes:

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Lindadb1908
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Hi Lesley
Ha ha....yes the Chinese 5 Elements can be "challenging"...! I always teach them step by step and cover a little bit more on each level, recapping on what we did before, because I know when I was learning it confused me...

Well worth the effort though..

Linda:)

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