The UK website for the International College of Professional Kinesiology Practice. Find out more about PKP and find a practitioner near you. There is also a Calender of Events listing workshops and training courses.
The International College of Professional Kinesiology Practice was founded by Dr Bruce and Joan Dewe. It offers a four year PKP Diploma Programme, which provides approximately 3800 hours of learning and is the most comprehensive, student-centred training available in Kinesiology worldwide.
The Institute of Complementary & Natural Medicine produces the British Register of Complementary Practitioners, which lists only qualified practitioners.
Denise Gurney has been practising since 1991, working with many different communities and cultures. She teaches the four-year PKP course, both in the UK and Europe, and is an ICPKP Senior Faculty member. Denise is currently reading for a PhD studying the mechanics of the kinesiology effect. She practises in Macclesfield.
Susan Eardley is the founder of The British Kinesiology Centre. She is the ICPKP External Examiner for continental Europe and sits on both the European and New Zealand Kinesiology Practitioners Accreditation Boards. Sue is also on the advisory board of The Institute for Complementary and Natural Medicine (ICNM) and is a Post Doctoral Research Fellow at The University of Southampton specialising in chronic and recurrent low back pain.
Alison Finlay has been a qualified Kinesiolgy Practitioner since 1998. She runs her own practice working from a home base in Glasgow. She is also an Aura-Soma Colour Practitioner. She works both with individuals and organisations.
Natural Pathways offers a broad range of Survival Bushcraft and Nature Awareness Courses conducted in the depths of Kentish woodland.