Way of The Tracker

Way of the Tracker –  September 14th 2017 at
Llety Morben, Machynlleth

The Way of The Tracker  is a professional kinesiology course that trains practitioners to develop the skills of a “Tracker” – intuition, instinct, listening, stealth, observation, in thumb_20150812_202525_1024order to “track” through the energy systems, as well as providing a place for a journey of self-exploration for the student. As we undertake this journey we experience Way of The Tracker in depth. By healing ourselves and going through a personal growth process we can take this important experience into our work as Creative Kinesiologists.

Way of the Tracker is based on the principles of respecting and honouring others, without judgment, so that we become the witness. By deeply listening and witnessing we are able to work together with the client in a co-creative way, to encourage the innate healing processes to work. In this way, the person with whom we are working becomes empowered, finding whole-ness of being and is able to move forward in life, connected to their inner wisdom and life purpose.

 This system is highly effective as a way of helping people to make positive steps forward in their lives. By using the clues contained in the Way of the Tracker material it is possible to track to the cause of the problem, find the story behind it, initiate the healing needed and create the conditions for realising aspirations and dreams.

Course Syllabus
An in depth exploration of many topics including:

  • 5 Elements in depth
  • Subtle energies – aura – chakras – subtle bodies – Rainbow Brain – Points of Mu
  • Old Patterns and Cycles
  • Character Structures
  • Childhood Development
  • Working with the past – childhood – ancestral past – spiritual past – spiritual ancestry – collective past
  • Native American Medicine Wheel teachings
  • Earth Energies – place – environment – geopathic stress
  • Polarity – conflict – resolution
  • Reactivity – choice –freedom to make choices
  • Purpose and Meaning – Vision of the future
  • Tracking to the causes /original triggers to a problem
  • Discovering, using and developing gifts and talents
  • Witnessing skills (how to work with clients)
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lanterns on the dyfi

Many techniques and healing approaches from kinesiology and other systems, both ancient and modern, are included that address the system at all levels. The major focus is on the creative and co-creative approach to this work and becoming the witness to the journey of others.

 

Course Details
Length: 20 days (5 modules of  4 days)
This gives a Certificate in professional Creative Kinesiology – Way of The Tracker
Home study: involves practice sessions, written case studies, study, book reviews and preparation of a project, estimated to take an equivalent to the time spent on the training course itself.
Personal sessions: students are required to undertake a journey of personal sessions during the course, with an experienced practitioner – this will be discussed with students individually, and at least 2 session between each module is expected as well as an intensive course of 6 sessions.  (Sessions offered at the reduced rate of £35 for students in training: a total minimum extra cost of @ £450 over the year.)
Additional training required:
Once this Certificate is achieved, you can start practicing immediately with the general public as an “intermediate” professional. You then have a 3 year period to complete “Core subjects” in:

  • Nutrition
  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Practice Management

200 hours of professional clinical practice and 4 mentoring sessions per year. This leads to the complete professional status.

Recognition: The course is recognised as a professional training by the Kinesiology Federation of Great Britain.

Entry: is open to anyone who has completed a Kinesiology Federation Foundation Syllabus training, though it is recommended that the full Life Tracking foundation training is completed – or the equivalent Touch for Health course and bridging course

Assessment: is continuous self-assessment, peer and trainer assessment. A final assessment, by an external assessor, is made at the end of the course. This is not included in the cost

Mentoring: is included as part of the training course.

Confidentiality: an ethical requirement for practitioners, which is also an essential part of the training course.

Cost: The cost of the course is £2275, a £100 deposit secures your place, followed by 5 payments of £435 to be paid 2 weeks before each module.  Payment plans can be arranged  if needed.

Venue: Llety Morben is a delightful and very well refurbished house just south of Machynlleth. It is set in its own woodlands and has a spacious lounge which we will train in and a great Kitchen/diner. The house has 2 twin/king rooms, 1 double and 1 super king. All the bedrooms are very comfortable and it has a hot tub! Accommodation is extra and will likely be between £30 – £40 per night (single occupancy)