Kinesiology Certificate IV

O’Neill Kinesiology College provides clients with professional training in kinesiology. If you want to start a new career join our college today and get started with a kinesiology Certificate IV today

Fundamental Kinesiology

This course of study covers all the fundamental skills and knowledge necessary for working as an energetic kinesiologist. These include the use of indicator muscle monitoring, pause lock, hand modes, specific indicator points and acupressure formatting. Students will also learn to perform a kinesiology health assessment and a range of core kinesiology balancing techniques. The balancing techniques include balancing with emotions, emotional stress diffusion, neurolymphatic reflexes, neurovascular reflexes, flower essences, tuning forks, seven element acupressure, holograms and centering (hyoid, gaits and Cloacals).

Prerequisites:
Introduction to Kinesiology

Vibrational Kinesiology

The balancing of the energetic structures of humans, including the meridian system, chakra system, nadi system and aura, will be covered in this course of study. The theoretic aspects of each of these energetic systems will be covered, including the latest scientific understanding of their structures and how they function. Students will learn to balance: the meridian system using the Five Element Theory of Chinese Acupuncture, the seven major chakras using holographic techniques, and the nadi system which interacts with the chakra system. In addition, techniques for balancing the aura will be covered.

Prerequisites:
Introduction to Kinesiology

Physiological Kinesiology

This course of study is part of the Kinesiology Certificate IV and covers basic anatomy and physiology necessary for working effectively as a kinesiology practitioner. Knowledge of the organisation of the human body from the chemical level, through to the cellular, tissue, organ and system levels will be covered in detail. In addition, students will learn to balance human beings from the cellular level to the organ level and up to the system level. The focus of this course of study is on determining a client’s physical health status and using all information gathered to make informed decisions regarding the kinesiology techniques to apply.

Prerequisites:
Fundamental Kinesiology and/or Vibrational Kinesiology

Communication Skills 1

The focus of this communications course is on developing skills for effective communications both in the workplace and with clients. It covers interpersonal skills, workplace communication protocols, respecting individual differences, seeking and receiving feedback, conflict resolution, establishing professional relationships, active listening, responding to enquiries, handling difficult behaviour, professional integrity, transference and basic counselling skills. In addition, the Character Structures, originally developed by Wilhelm Reich, are incorporated to aid in students understanding themselves at a deeper level as well as their clients and the muscle monitoring responses they receive. This class is part of your Kinesiology Certificate IV.

Prerequisites:
None

Health Industry Skills

As part of your kinesiology certificate we prepare you for working in the health industry. This course of study covers the skills and knowledge necessary for fulfilling your occupational health and safety; infection control; and ethical and legal obligations.

Prerequisites:
None

Please click here to go to the Diploma of Kinesiology and find out more about the complete Kinesiology Certification.

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What is Kinesiology?

Kinesiology is a holistic approach to long-lasting health and vitality, with results that can be felt immediately. It melds ancient eastern energetic healing arts with western physiological healing sciences to address a wide-range of physical, emotional, mental, nutritional and spiritual issues.
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