Tuesday, Nov 21st

 

BCMA Membership

We are very pleased to say that The Creative Kinesiology School was accepted as an Independent School by the British Complementary Medicine Association (BCMA) in July 2016 and we went on to join as an Association in September.

  • The members listed on our website have agreed to adhere to high standards of on-going training, personal development and mentoring, together with a rigorous Code of Conduct & Disciplinary Procedure. These standards are shared with the BCMA.
  • The CK Association has Professional Body support through the BCMA, and a role in pioneering developments in the field of complementary health.
  • CK Association members who have reached full professional status are listed on the BCMA website as well as the CK website.

CK Association

We are delighted that September 2016 saw Creative Kinesiology become an Association, offering membership to all practitioners and students.

At the same time, the CK Association joined the BCMA (British Complementary Medicine Association), both as an Associate Member and as an Independent School.

  • The members listed on our website have agreed to adhere to high standards of on-going training, personal development and mentoring, together with a rigorous Code of Conduct & Disciplinary Procedure.
  • This offers peace of mind for members of the public as well as to all students, practitioners and teachers within the CK Association.
  • The CK Association has Professional Body support through the BCMA, and a role in pioneering developments in the field of complementary health.

Membership Categories Explained:

Category

CK Association membership

Training Completed

(Click on course names for links to further information)

CKRP

Creative Kinesiology Registered Practitioner

Foundation Kinesiology Training: LifeTracking or Touch for Health

Professional Creative Kinesiology Training: ‘Way of the Tracker’ or ‘Perceptual Bodywork / BodyTracking’

Core Subjects in:

Professional practice hours – 200 minimum

ACKRP

Advanced Creative Kinesiology Registered Practitioner

CKRP requirements outlines above, plus:

Completion of minimum 1200 hours of kinesiology training overall

Minimum 3 years practitioner experience post CKRP

CKAP

Creative Kinesiology Assessed Practitioner

 

Foundation Kinesiology Training

Professional Kinesiology Training inc Assessment to Practice: practitioner working towards completion of core subjects and 200 professional hours

CKA Student

Creative Kinesiology Association Student

Foundation Kinesiology Training inc Assessment

 

CKA Friend

Creative Kinesiology Association Friend

‘Retired’ practitioners or those wishing to support the aims of the CK Association

 

 

Our Ethos

We at the School of Creative Kinesiology use this ethos as a backdrop to all that we do - as the framework for our work, and we invite you to embrace the following:

In brief:

  • We are all on our life journey that calls us to support and encourage each other along the way
  • We aspire to bring integrity and openness of heart and mind to all that we do
  • Just as we are on our individual paths, so we also embrace the All and the Everything

In detail:

  • Creative Kinesiology is a co-creative partnership between practitioner and client, between the facilitator and the members of a workshop and between the teacher and the students in the training courses
  • Creative Kinesiology treats clients and group members as whole people, acknowledging that each part is connected to all other parts of their systems
  • Creative Kinesiology assists in the growth process for clients and for groups and group participants, creating the conditions for fulfilment, purposefulness and finding a path in life
  • Creative Kinesiology can help the client and the members of groups towards self-empowerment by encouraging a greater awareness of self, group process, the origin and meaning of symptoms and the process of healing
  • Creative Kinesiology encourages each person’s innate wisdom and healing capacity to work to its fullest extent
  • Creative Kinesiology always works in the best interests of the people who come forward for sessions, workshops and training through accessing the wisdom of the heart, mind, emotions, body and spirit

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  • Contact: Ali Ashby
  • Address: 17 Cedars Road, Exeter  EX2 4NA
  • Tel: 07718 200531
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