School of Creative Kinesiology

The School of Creative Kinesiology

Established in 1989, the School of Creative Kinesiology was founded by Carrie Jost to provide kinesiology training courses for those wanting to set up in practice as professional Kinesiology practitioners. Many people have trained in Creative Kinesiology over the years and the School itself has grown and is still growing. Creative Kinesiologists are in practice across the country and abroad. You can browse our practitioner list for a kinesiologist in your area, or contact the school office.

The Creative Kinesiology School has been accepted by the British Complementary Medicine Association (BCMA) in July 2016 as an independent school.


The LifeTracking Series
A foundation kinesiology course as well as an exploration of the world of subtle energy and an opportunity for self development. Gives an introduction to the “tracking” approach, pioneered by Creative Kinesiology.

Way of The Tracker
A professional kinesiology training and a journey of profound spiritual growth and self-discovery which develops the detective work approach of “tracking” to discover the story behind a person’s symptoms and how best to heal.

Perceptual Bodywork
A professional kinesiology training offering the opportunity to undertake a healing journey through learning simple and effective adjustments to the physical body and the electro-magnetic energy, as well as exploring various other approaches derived from Applied Kinesiology.

Combined Diploma – Way of the Tracker and Perceptual Bodywork
This new kinesiology professional training will take you on a profound spiritual journey through which you will receive a thorough training in kinesiology practice. Run over roughly two years, you will become confident in the skills of a professional kinesiology practitioner, able to work deeply with emotion, energy and bodywork.

The School provides courses in most core subjects.

Body Orientated Inter-Personal Skills
Practice Management
Anatomy & Physiology

The aim of these courses is to provide a creative and experiential approach to the subject matter, while incorporating the creative kinesiology approach.

Includes mentoring, master classes and continuing professional courses – these are important aspects of the work of the School.

An in-house programme of teacher training and how to lead groups and workshops is available that enables the School to train kinesiology practitioners as teachers and workshop leaders of LifeTracking, Way of the Tracker and Perceptual Bodywork. Courses available are: Presenting Kinesiology and Group Work Skills. Practitioners must also repeat the professional training if they wish to teach at a professional level.

More details on all the above kinesiology courses are available by contacting the school office.

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