Marketing and Logos
All the content of this website including its design is copyright of the Creative Kinesiology Association - please don't borrow the text or design for your own website or marketing materials.
Feel free, however, to take the ideas and visions that we describe here and rewrite in your own words.
If you refer to 'CK' or the 'CKA' on your website or promotional materials, please make sure they are capitalised as Creative Kinesiology and the Creative Kinesiology Association.
Using the CK logo
While you are a member of the CKA, you are welcome to use our logo in your marketing materials and on your website to illustrate the fact that you are a member of our Association.
When you use our logo, please:
- ensure that there is plenty of white space around it
- don't change the typeface/font
- keep it the same colour
Your practitioner profile
Please keep your practitioner profile on this website up-to-date - if you have lost your log-in details or forgotten how to access your profile, contact Vic Jenkins at [email protected].
Make sure that anything you write on your profile (and on your website if you have one) fits within the requirements of the Advertising Standards Authority's guidelines:
- ASA guidance specifically related to kinesiology - where they have quite wonderfully conflated our kinesiology with muscle-taping kinesiology, thinking it's the same thing!
- ASA guide: Health: Therapies and references to Medical Conditions - this shows 'acceptable' and 'unacceptable' wording for claims related to medical conditions
- ASA guide: Claims in testimonials and endorsements - you must hold evidence that a testimonial is genuine (i.e. "that the quote is from a real person and that it reflects what they said") and have permission to use it
As a partner organisation of the BCMA, we will need to carry out ad hoc spot checks of our members' websites to ensure they comply with ASA guidelines.
Join us on social media
To raise the profile of individual practitioners and publicise the CKA, it really helps for us all to cross-link and engage with each other online. Why not:
- Join the CKA members-only Facebook group
- Like and share the CKA Facebook page - comment on our posts and share them on your own timeline and practitioner page
- Like, share and engage with other members' individual practitioner Facebook pages
- Link to the CKA's page on LinkedIn if you have a practitioner profile on there
- Follow our CKA Twitter feed
- Watch any videos on our CKA YouTube channel (it's a work in progress!)
- Promote any CKA events and courses on your social media accounts and in your practitioner newsletter if you have one