The Health Kinesiology Studies programme adds many new skills to the Kinesiology discipline including a quick and efficient Meridian Energy Balance to establish a smooth flow of energy through the meridians, the skill of concise verbal testing, a number of protocols that are unique to HK and the concept of working within a menu.
The HK Menu provides several specific Factors for the practitioner with which to work to encourage a smooth effective healing process for the client.
- Energy Correction Factors where stress, both physical and subtle, locked anywhere in the system is released by highlighting the stress in as simple a way as possible and holding the acupuncture circuits that will ‘retune/correct’ to release the stress. Energy Correction Factors create lasting change in the client’s energy system.
- Energy Toning Factors help strengthen existing energy pathways
- Adjunctive Factors help support the physical body while the healing is being processed and is the client’s commitment to their personal healing process
- Energy Redirection Factors concentrate existing balanced energy into a specific area to speed up healing or encourage the body to find other ways of dealing with stress. The Energy Redirection Factors provide the body with a new control panel instructing the body to update its existing programmes where appropriate.
The Health Kinesiology Studies programme consists of seven units, known as HK 1 – 7 which must be done in sequence. Course tutor contact time will be 32 hours per unit with a further 45 hours of nominal student directed learning and case studies for each class. Although a profound and dynamic system it is surprisingly easy to learn and students go away even from the HK 1 class able to do significant work with their case study ‘clients’.
To qualify for the Kinesiology Practitioner Certificate with the Kinesiology Association of New Zealand and Chartering with the New Zealand Charter of Health Practitioners student practitioners will need to hold a current First aid certificate (OSH approved) and have completed study in Anatomy and Physiology.