Running Short Workshops – Part Two: CPD for Practitioners
October 5 @ 9:30 am - October 6 @ 5:00 pm£150
This weekend CPD course builds on the first workshop (taking place in February and July) where we start to explore running short workshops as a way of becoming an ‘Ambassador for Creative Kinesiology’ and welcoming new clients to your practice.
The detailed content for this workshop is currently being developed and more information will be posted over the coming weeks. In short, the aim will be to offer a space where practitioners can deepen their skills and widen the scope of the workshops they are able to run. We will start to work with introducing the demonstration of muscle testing and sharing how we work within Creative Kinesiology.
We will also continue exploring how to share the wonderful ‘energy medicine’ tools that we offer and deepen our skills in:
- planning, setting up and holding a group safely
- setting the boundaries and ensure confidentiality for participants
- structuring your time in the group
- developing a tool kit for participants to take away
You will receive some background notes to underpin your experience during the weekend, to help get you started with planning your own workshops.
The workshop counts as a minimum of 15 hours CPD.
Further hours can be accrued by completing home study which includes planning and running your own short workshop and writing it up as a case study.
Your teacher on this course:
- Ali Ashby ACKRP – Creative Kinesiology practitioner, mentor and trainer
- The workshop fee is £150 to include refreshments and the workshop manual.
- A deposit of £25 will secure your place, with the balance due on 27 September 2019.
How to join this course:
Please contact Ali Ashby (details below) for enquiries and to book your place.
If you are interested but are not able to make it this time please do get in touch as Ali will be running this CPD again.
Refreshments and training space:
The Natural Health Centre is in a central location (just off Gandy Street) only minutes from Exeter Central Station. Northernhay Gardens are also close by for some fresh air and park space.
We have use of a kitchen area (with fridge and kettle) and you are welcome either to bring food for yourself or to share, or to go out to one of the numerous cafes close by during our lunch break.
Refreshments: teas, coffee, water and biscuits will be provided.