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What is Kinesiology?
It is one of, if not the most holistic modality available in complementary medicine. Kinesiology was developed by a Dr of chiropractic in the 1960s and merges western anatomy and physiology with traditional Chinese medicine. Each person is approached through the lens of bio-individuality, and kinesiology works with this uniqueness, ‘balancing’ the whole being back to a state of homeostasis. A foundational concept of kinesiology is the Triangle of Health, with the three sides representing the key aspects of our being: Physical/Structural; Mental/Emotional; Bio-Chemical; Kinesiology uses ‘muscle testing’ to access understanding and incongruences across all aspects of health and facilitates the process of ‘balancing’ the individual’s requirements to achieve outcomes.
What will I learn studying Kinesiology?
What level of commitment do I need for a course?
What career options will I have in Kinesiology?
Can I practice Kinesiology after completing my course?
Yes, you will old a fully accredited, international qualification to practice as an insured Professional Kinesiologist.
Is The Nidana Collective or the course accredited?
Will I be qualified to a level to have professional insurance?
Yes, and we cover all the requirements of what you will need and guide you through the various options for professional insurance.
How does Nidana Collective differ from another institute or college?
Will my coursework be internationally recognised?
Yes, our courses are internationally recognised.
Do you offer student clinics?
Yes, each level of qualification requires students to attend 50 hours of student clinic.
Who are your instructors?
You will have a variety of three instructors throughout your studies.
This offers our students a cross-section of experience to enrich the depth of learning.
Will I be qualified to work with children or just adults?
You will be qualified to work with both children and adults.
In order to work with children, you will have to apply for the legal requirements pertaining to each state.
When are your course intakes?
We do an annual intake in March of every year.
The Self-Care Workshop is the pre-requisite to be completed prior to the March start date.
The Self-Care Workshop can be started at any stage of the year.
The medical sciences can also be started at any stage of the year.
What are the prerequisites for studying Kinesiology?
Where are your campus locations?
Sydney, Brisbane and Byron Hinterland.
Is there assessment during the course?
How are your courses delivered?
A combination of online and face-to-face.
What do I need to be able to study Kinesiology?
An android tablet or iPad / iPhone to be able to download the Kinesiology App.
A willingness to surrender to a transformational journey.
Commitment to time for class, practice hours and study between classes.
Can I defer my course to another intake if required?
Yes, you can. Please contact us if you need to do so.
Can I use existing clinic practice hours towards my course?
No - the clinic hours you will do in your professional qualification are based specifically on the PKP protocol and techniques you will learn in this qualification.
What happens if I can't attend a class?
How much does it cost?
$12,540 - $30,976 depending on which qualification you do.
Do you have payment plans?
Yes, we do. Please contact us to discuss our payment options.
Do you offer refunds or cancellations?
Yes, we do. However, this is done on a case-by-case basis, and our refund policy is detailed on the enrolment form.
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