International Kinesiology College

IKC

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Kinesiology?

Kinesiology has been called the art and science of muscle testing or muscle monitoring. The kinesiologist looks at the whole person in terms of their structure (physical), mental / emotional, and biochemical / nutrition. The kinesiologist uses his or her knowledge of human anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, counselling and nutrition as well as Traditional Chinese Medicine concepts to ensure the whole person is balanced.

Millions of people have experienced kinesiology and gained physical and mental / emotion relief through simple techniques that are easily learned and applied.

What is Touch for Health?

Touch for Health falls under the branch of alternative and complementary therapy known as kinesiology - systems of healing that use manual muscle bio-feedback to determine which stimuli stress the body and how that stress can be decreased.

The Touch for Health model does not treat or diagnose symptoms, but works with the energy, lifestyle and aspirations of the client, offering a safe and effective way to maintain health, enhance well-being and upgrade performance.

Touch for Health is the most widely used system of kinesiology in the world.

It is recognised and respected as a fundamental training for other kinesiology systems as well as a healing modality in it's own right.

Why is it important to choose a registered Touch for Health Instructor?

Registered Touch for Health Instructors are part of an international team. They agree to use only the official TFH syllabus, manuals and certificates when teaching Touch for Health classes. These certificates are recognised in many associations around the world as part of professional programmes.

Where can I find a registered Touch for Health Instructor?

A register of Registered TFH Instructors is kept in each country through the IKC faculty, and on the IKC website through "Find a Class".

How do I become a registered Touch for Health Instructor?

The path to become a registered TFH instructor is as follows:

• Attend the Touch for Health Synthesis with a registered TFH instructor (approximately 60 hours)
• Complete the TFH workbook
• Satisfactorily complete the TFH Proficiency class with an IKC appointed proficiency assessor (approximately 15 hours)
• Complete the TFH Training Workshop (approximately 60 hours) with an IKC appointed faculty or trainer
• Enjoy teaching Touch for Health classes in your community

More information can be obtained from a registered TFH instructor in your area.
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