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Kinesiology Diploma Course 2025

Become a fully qualified Kinesiologist accredited by the CNHC (Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council) Professional Standards Authority

Course Cost:

£4,950 (Includes final assessment and exam fee)

Deposit of £750 followed by 10 x £420 on modules 1-10

Payment for all 12 modules in advance £4,500


Allison Prebble, Diplomate Kinesiology Tutor KA and trustee for the Kinesiology Association

Dates for 2025:
These are just to give you an idea of the timeline. If you are interested in doing the diploma course with me, let me know and we can work out the dates.
  1. Module One: March 2025
  2. Module Two: April 2025
  3. Module Three: June 2025
  4. Module Four: July 2025
  5. Module five: September 2025
  6. Module Six: October 2025
  7. Module Seven: November 2025
  8. Module Eight: December 2025
  9. Module Nine: January 2026
  10. Module Ten: February 2026
  11. Module Eleven: March 2026
  12. Practice weekend (no cost): April 2026
  13. Module Twelve (final exam): May 2026


Centre for Wellbeing, Malvern, Worcestershire WR14 3PP
Course weekend dates 2023 TBC

Included within the Diploma course:

  • Fully Referenced 270 page text book
  • Additional clear notes in accessible folder
  • Free additional testing vials worth £100
  • 12 months Kinesiology Association (KA) associate membership
  • Business Training worth £99
  • KA newsletters and webinars
  • 2 Free online tutorials
  • 12 modules (24 days) face to face teaching and workshops
  • Final independent assessment

The Diploma Course is taught over 12 weekends (or equivalent). This course is suitable for:
  • Those who have completed a foundation course within the past 12 months and wish to become qualified Kinesiologists
Overview of diploma course

The pre-requirement of the course is to have completed the foundation certificate in Kinesiology. You will also need a certified ITEC Anatomy and Physiology qualification as well as a recommended nutrition course to complete your full qualification as a practitioner. These can be completed prior to or during the course.

The course will cover more in depth techniques within the electrical, chemical/ nutritional, endocrine, emotional and structural systems within the body. You will learn how to add specific techniques into your current protocol as well as work in priority to support the body.

You will be required to complete 50 case studies complete with homework modules and a final written exam.

The weekends will cover elements of the systems highlighted below.

Electrical system
  • Ionization, meridians, bach flowers, lasers, centering
  • Cloacals, hyoid, magnet energy, surrogate testing
  • Environmental stressors, affirmations, phobias
  • Pulse synchronisation, music, auras and meridians
  • Scars, circulation sex meridian and feeling introverted
  • Alarm points, LUO points

Emotional/ behavioural
  • Left/Right brain integration
  • Dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD, autism, learning difficulties
  • Psychological reversal, phobias, self talk
  • Eye rotations/ stress release, temporal tap, affirmations
  • Past trauma recall, emotionally reactive memories

Chemical system
  • Heartburn, Helicobacter pylori, Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis
  • Diverticulitis, gastro-colic challenge
  • Leaky gut, arthritis, ICV and Houston Valve corrections
  • Gluten intolerance, allergies, blood chemistry
  • Drugs/ herbs, vitamins and contraindications
  • Riddler's points, carbohydrate intolerance tests
  • Salt/sugar addiction, acid/alkaline balance, histamine
  • Cross crawl to reduce food sensitivities, essential fatty acid testing
  • Toxicity in the body including heavy metals, liver/ gall bladder detoxification
  • Candida, homosysteine testing, folic acid testing

Endocrine system
  • Endocrine system and hormones
  • GV20 and hypothalamus
  • Chronic fatigue and Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME)
  • Pineal, parathyroid, thyroid, thymus, pancreas, adrenals, testes and ovaries

Structural system
  • Postural analysis, TMJ, hypertonic muscles, gaits, injury recall, dural torque
  • Shock absorbers, reactive muscles, retrograde and antereograde lymphatics
  • Hiatal hernia corrections, aerobic/ anaerobic muscle testing, ligament interlink
  • Disc problems, vertebral fixations and subluxations,, hidden L5 /S1 fixations
  • Lateral sway, wrist imbalances, joint issues in the shoulder, elbow, knees, sacrum
  • Pelvis faults, cranials, categories 1 , 2 and 3, blood pressure, vision, anatomical or functioning short leg
  • Carpal tunnel, uterine lift, occipital subluxations, strain - counter strain

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