The Diploma in Advanced Systematic Kinesiology is the professional training programme offered by KinesiologyZone
Who the Diploma Course is for
This course is a natural progression for students who have completed “Balanced Health” and wish to become a qualified professional Systematic Kinesiologist and open their own private practice.
It is for students who have already experienced the benefits of Kinesiology and are ready to commit to further their growth and development. The KinesiologyZone training is very thorough, in-depth, and professional. We give our students very powerful and practical techniques along with communication tools that help you create productive relationships with clients.
Many of our practitioners have made that leap into full time practice and are experiencing their full potential with Systematic Kinesiology.
How long is the Diploma Course for?
The Diploma in Advanced Systematic Kinesiology is run over a period of about 15 months. You attend live workshops (mostly once a month), attend live masterclasses (virtual) and have access to the extensive Kinesiology Video Library of all the techniques to support your learning and skill development.
Here below is some further detail of what is covered in the Diploma in Advanced Systematic Kinesiology. Not everything is listed but it should give you a good idea of the wide range of techniques that you’ll learn, so that you’ll be able to help anyone who comes to you in some way.
The only pre-requisite to joining Diploma is to have successfully completed Balanced Health or other similar foundational training.
Diploma Course “Class of 2020”: Starts March 2019
Venue: CityNorth Hotel, M1.
#1 weekend: Orientation (30-31 March)
This is the first Live Workshop of the Diploma Course and the first opportunity to meet your fellow students.
We cover new techniques to reveal blocks and barriers to making changes – and give you lots of techniques to clear them. At a conscious level the client may want to do something, but at a subconscious level, they may be stressed about it. Therefore a fundamental conflict exists between body and mind. Then we show you how to release old habits/patterns, and reprogramme a new habit or way of being. You’ll learn some more new muscles, as well as the powerful One Point Balance.
Finger modes to help give direction as to how to treat and you’ll start to really see the huge potential for the year ahead.
#2 weekend: Digestive System 1 (11-12 May)
A malfunctioning Ileo-Caecal Valve is an extremely common condition. It can give rise to an almost unbelievable list of distressing symptoms. It is frequently the cause of the “I just don’t feel well” syndromes, which abound, as well as many types of pain and other specific symptomatic patterns. This is a key technique that will get you amazing results with your clients.
Riddlers Reflexes: This group of reflexes is very useful as a shorthand measure to find nutritional, mineral and digestive element deficiencies.
Hiatal Hernia: This test, like so many in Systematic Kinesiology is able to detect a tendency towards this condition, often long before it could be diagnosed by normal medical means, by which time the damage is often gross enough to need surgery.
Blood Chemistry – The innate intelligence of the body maintains levels of many things in the blood within defined limits. Sugar levels, Sodium and Potassium, Iron, Hormones, Proteins, Fats, and a host of other items in a very complex mix.
Dural Torque – Disturbance or malfunction in the articular function of the cranial bones, atlas, or the sacrum results in dural torque (a twisting of the spine and pelvis). There must be compensation for the malfunction or a neurologic deficit results. Dural torque interferes with the flow of CSF.
Overview of Food Sensitivities and Allergies – There are at least twelve main reasons (and probably more), which can contribute to people developing sensitivities or allergic reactions to various foods, or other substances.
We cover all the various ways to uncover food sensitivities and get deeper with your testing.
#3 Weekend: The Endocrine System 1 (Sun 14 July)
We cover the Endocrine glands, the five key stressors, three stages of Adrenal Exhaustion, and how to strengthen and support your client.
Hypoglycaemia and low blood sugar tests. In Systematic Kinesiology we can find many sub-clinical imbalances and tendencies, which would be undetected by the normal procedures of medical investigation.
#4 Weekend – Structure 1 | The Immune System (17-18 August)
Diamond Approach to Neck – a very thorough approach to helping neck pain.
The “H” concept for low back and pelvic problems
Fixations. Fixations are two or more adjacent vertebrae moving as a unit rather than separately.
Ligament Interlink – An amazing technique to help with joint pain. Ligament damage caused by athletic or accidental strain can persist for a long time, and be difficult to resolve simply using muscle rebalancing. This technique may also help people with arthritic pain in joints.
The Temporo-Mandibular Joint (TMJ) is the most complex joint in the body. It is capable of a greater range of movement than any other joint. Forward and back, side to side, and up and down, and any combination of all three at the same time. TMJ malfunction can be a surprising cause behind many problem pains/back ache/sciatica.
The Hyoid is involved in cerebral hemisphere dominance problems, TMJ imbalances, and subconscious awareness of one’s position in relation to the world as we perceive it.
The Atlas is almost always involved with any form of food sensitivity or allergy, also shock both physical and emotional can cause it to subluxate, or adopt an inappropriate position or indeed get fixated, either with respect to the Axis or even more significantly, to the Occiput.
Retrograde Lymphatics – Poor lymphatic drainage is a relatively common finding in clients and contributes to many common health problems.
#5 – The T.A.C.T. (The Advanced Communications Training) Workshop (18-22nd September 2019) – Co. Mayo
This is a special 5 day residential workshop run in Co Mayo with Siobhan–Guthrie and Stephanie Mills.
It is a time to look at the way we communicate with each other, our family and our friends, our business acquaintances and our clients. Most of our communication patterns are more or less fixed from about three years old. Most of those traits are picked up from our parents and other adults, and do not always serve us well in later life.
The T.A.C.T. workshop is also a time to consolidate tools and concepts you already became acquainted with during the four levels of Balanced Health, as well as learning very powerful Advanced Techniques such as Injury Recall Technique, Past/Future ESR, Past Trauma Recall, Goal Balancing and a deeper understanding of muscle.
You can work “miracles” with what you already know. During the T.A.C.T. Workshop, you will have time to practice, day after day for five days, and in the evenings too, with people who have dedicated themselves to learning and using this information in a serious, caring, and professional way.
#6 Weekend – First Aid | The Aura & Electrical System (11-13 October)
It is essential that all who wish to work as a self-employed person comply with current legislation on First Aid. You don’t have to seek out a course elsewhere, we include it – a one-day training course so you easily meet this legislation requirement. Your certificate is valid for two years.
Aura Leaks – Our Auric vitality can be sapped by physical insults such as poor diet, insufficient exercise, and poor posture. It can also be weakened as already mentioned by our negative thoughts. Learn to test and correct the aura.
Checking chakras gets to the root of a lot of problems. Treating client’s chakras is treating them at a very deep level. “Difficult” clients often have chakra problems. Chakras are related to the physiological and endocrine system.
Acupuncture and Energy Testing – you’ll find out whether the meridian energy system is in need of balance. Over energies through wrist pulses and alarm points.
Cloacal Energy Reflexes. The Cloacal energies in humans are involved with the complex synchronisation of cranial motion with sacral motion, which is important for the Centreing mechanism, and vital for health and well-being.
Hypertonic muscles – a muscle which cannot be turned off in the usual way to sedate. They cannot be used as a S.I.M. muscle because they are not behaving in a normal way.
Using stacking to treat many things at the one time.
#7 Weekend – The Nervous System and skills development (23-24 Nov)
Turning our attention to the brain, the brain chemicals – neurotransmitters, emotional clearing (First Trauma Recall helps to uncover old traumas), the cerebellum and helping those with learning difficulties with cranial fault and reviewing many of our emotional techniques; walking gait mechanism, this is a wonderful weekend of pulling material together and reflects our MCPE approach. Time to review and develop skills.
#8 Weekend – Structure 2 and postural assessment (Jan 2020)
A second weekend where we explore the structural side of our MCPE, we’ll review Reactive Muscles and apply the principle to a new technique – Reactive neck.
Shock Absorbers – The ball and socket and hinge joints of the body, as well as being joints for movement have a shock absorbing action to keep trauma from being transmitted to the body. Sometimes the joints get too close together and cannot absorb the shock properly causing pain.
Postural Observations – Certain postural positions which people adopt can indicate possible muscle weakness and imbalances and using your observation and growing knowledge of muscles you’ll be able to focus on which muscles are weak.
#9 Weekend – Digestive System 2 (tbc Feb 2020)
Our work with the gut and whole digestive system is most important to the health of our body. In Digestive System 2, we focus on Gut permeability, gut dysbiosis, and how to identify and treat toxic metals, viruses and other toxins. Liver is also a focus, liver pathways, homocysteine, and detoxing.
Blood sugar handling, various dietary approaches such as GI and GL diets, paleo, ketogenic as well as intermittent fasting. The role of carbohydrate intolerance, insulin resistance, pain and inflammation, as well as a Peripheral vision for pain control.
It is a very important weekend because many issues are caused by a system that is out of balance. You’ll learn how to test for toxins which can be opportunistic, and not necessarily a cause in their own right. You’ll be able to identify what’s an issue and then the vitamin, mineral or herb that will help the body to eliminate it.
#10 Weekend – Advanced Structure (tbc March 2020)
We spend two days focussing on the structure of the body, and in particular the spine and pelvis. You will learn extensive tests to uncover torquing and twisting of the pelvis enabling you to help get clients out of pain and discomfort. Category faults. We also look at the vertebrae and establish whether a vertebrae is in need of attention. New muscle tests for pelvic floor muscles, this weekend brings a new understanding to the structural body.
#11 Weekend – Advanced Emotional clearing (tbc May 2020)
The amazing STO technique removes the emotional component of old injuries. We work with the spondylogenic reflex and diaphragm technique to help remove “knots” of tension in the stomach making people more restricted in their movement. TFT, psychological reversal and other emotional balancing tools to help people overcome Addictions. We show you how to pull together from many of the techniques you’ve already learned to help people recover from food and other types of addiction.
#12 Weekend – Review and Certification Exams (tbc June 2020)
#13 Weekend – Cranials Workshop with Gek Bee Prout (tbc August 2020)
Gek Bee Prout is our special guest instructor from Stroud in the UK, who flies in each year to teach the Cranials workshop. It’s also Graduation weekend where graduates get to relax, enjoy and celebrate their achievements.
Monthly Q&A and teaching calls
In order that we have maximum workshopping time in class, each month we get on a call together and help you in between class. The Diploma year also has a private and exclusive support group where questions can be answered and weekly accountability can be posted.
Who are your Programme Leaders?
The principal of The Academy of Systematic Kinesiology is Siobhan Guthrie. Siobhan has been teaching Balanced Health and Diploma for the past 20 years and enjoys sharing, inspiring, and developing the course. There are two Course Leaders who are part of the Diploma Teaching Team – Sheila O’Hanlon and Angela Corley. They bring additional support to students in class and additional 1-1 mentoring calls during the training.
For special workshops we have additional guest presenters. Stephanie Mills leads the T.A.C.T. Workshop and brings a depth of knowledge in the emotional work and Gek-Bee Prout teaches the exciting and powerful Cranials Workshop weekend at the end of the course.
1: Pre-requisite: Balanced Health or other equivalent Kinesiology foundation course
Completion of KinesiologyZone “Balanced Health” Course, including completed homestudy.
2: Clients and Case Studies
Over the period of the diploma training, you are required to be insured and to see an average of two clients per week who are charged an expense fee. You are required to complete and submit case studies for clients seen professionally and send in written case study for assessment.
3: Supervision 1-1 Calls
As part of your tuition, you’ll receive approximately five 1-1 supervisory mentor sessions. These sessions are your chance to get clarity and personal support as well as an opportunity for feedback and review of your case studies.
4: Research Project
As training progresses, you are required to undertake to research a topic which you submit as part of your final assessments. The topic you choose to research can be based on your own interest in a particular condition, area of ill health, or a technique. This deepens your understanding as well as give an increase in confidence.
5: Practical Exams
During the training, there will be two practical assessments. These are assessed by approved Course Leaders and Systematic Kinesiology practitioners from a professional standpoint.
6: Written Exams
There will be two written assessments. The first paper usually takes place in the January and is 1.5hrs. The final written exam takes place in June and is 2 hours. You need to pass with at least 70% to qualify and receive your Diploma.
The Association of Systematic Kinesiology recognises KinesiologyZone as an approved provider of Systematic Kinesiology programmes. Part of being a professional practitioner is to be a member of the professional association that represents your therapy. As a sign of your commitment to Systematic Kinesiology and as a diploma student of KinesiologyZone you may join the Association as a student member. The Association membership entitles you to appropriate insurance cover as a student of SK.
The Association of Systematic Kinesiology is run by a Board of Directors and an Executive Council. More details are on their website: www.Kinesiology.ie
Is the Diploma in Advanced Systematic Kinesiology for you?
The Diploma programme will equip the practitioner with everything you need to build a prosperous and successful business in natural health care. The Association currently has over 70 practitioners throughout Ireland. But demand is ever increasing for more well trained Systematic Kinesiologists as more and more people turn to holistic health care to help them with lifestyle changes.
This course covers a wide range of techniques unmatched by any other courses out there. You can be confident that you will be able to help those who come to see you with so many options to help. The demand for healthcare practitioners who can address the underlying causes from a whole person approach, the root problems from an emotional, physical, biochemical, energetic and integrated perspective, has never been more needed.
Enrolment and payment options for Class of 2020 (starting March 2019)
Total investment: €8000. 3 payment options are available.
The deposit of €700 is due upon enrolment.
- Payment option one – €700 deposit, the balance of €7200 five weeks prior to the start of course (includes €100 discount)
- Payment option two – €700 deposit, the balance over two instalments five weeks prior of €4300 and final payment of €3000 by October.
- Payment option three – €700 deposit, 1st instalment of €1000 five weeks prior, and the balance over 14 monthly payments of €460 (includes a €140 admin fee) to be concluded a month prior to graduation.
All course materials are included in the price: Balanced Health Manual Volume II, all course notes, nutritional supplement test kit, set of deJarnett Blocks, First Aid Course, Access to Kinesiology Video Library, marketing training, all live workshops, online classes, and exams. There are no hidden costs.
Not included: Any travel, accommodation or meal expenses. The accommodation at TACT (5 day intensive) is paid directly to the venue. Details are available when numbers have been finalised, but is usually less than €180 for 6 nights, based on per person sharing.
How to Apply for a Place on the Diploma Course
Option 1. You know you want a place.
If you have already commenced Balanced Health, please call the office on 098 26579 or email Natasha at “[email protected] kinesiologyzone.com” to advise of your decision. An Application Pack will then be sent out to you and you can pay your deposit by PayPal below. Please remember to return the application form to finalise your enrolment.
Option 2. You have questions and want to know more
If you have commenced or are about to start Balanced Health you can arrange a telephone interview with principal Siobhan Guthrie. It gives you an opportunity to ask any questions you have and explore if this is the right course for you. Email Natasha at “[email protected] kinesiologyzone.com” to arrange a call.
If you haven’t started your Balanced Health Course then check out a location and dates by clicking on “Courses and Workshops” above.