Find a Practitioner
Please note due to Advertising Guidelines members are no longer allowed to publicise what they specialise in, so do please contact the practitioner closest to you and find out what they can do to help.
Key To Qualification
KFRP (Adv) or AKFRP
Kinesiology Federation Registered Professionals Advanced. Practitioners that have joined the Kinesiology Federation (KF) and completed over 1200 hours of training which includes the core subjects as defined by the Kinesiology Federation.
Kinesiology Federation Registered Professional. Practitioners that have joined the Kinesiology Federation (KF) and completed the core subjects as defined by the KF.
Kinesiology Federation Associate. Practitioners who are working their way toward KFRP and are registered with the Kinesiology Federation.
Member of Federation of Holistic Therapies (FHT). These members have evidenced a minimum of 500 hours of training in kinesiology and core subjects.
Associate Member of Federation of Holistic Therapies (FHT). These members have completed a minimum of 300 hours of training in kinesiology and are working towards becoming MFHT.
Newly Qualified Practitioner. Practitioners who have completed their training in HK and are working towards KF Associate status.
Student Practitioners, may be qualified in other therapies. Those listed on the web site have completed a substantial part of the HK training programme and work under the supervision of an experienced, qualified mentor.
A practitioner who is trained and qualified in Health Kinesiology™, who may also use one or more other therapies. They are registered through EMBODY.
All the above, except SP and NQP, have completed a minimum of 300 hours training in kinesiology but those who are KF Assoc and AFHT are still in the process of completing their clinical practice hours, mandatory core subjects (A&P, Nutrition, Interpersonal Skills & Practice Management) and are under the supervision of a mentor.
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‘Find a practitioner‘ does not constitute endorsement or recommendation by HK.
All practitioners may use other modalities within the HK session which they are trained in, in the unlikely event of a complaint these modalities are not covered by the Health Kinesiology Investigation Team.
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