What are the certification requirements?

  • Enrollment  (Year-long Certification program)
  • Attendance  (Year-long Certification program)
  • All weekly Classes (Attend live or access recording)
  • 2 Integration Sessions per month (Attend live or access recording)
  • 2 Elective Sessions per 6 months (Attend live or access recording)
  • 1 Collab (Small-group cohort) meeting per month (Live ONLY)
  • Formative Assessments (Yearlong Certification program)
  • Unit Reflection (if written, less than 500 words; if video, 3 minutes max)
  • 2 Reflections (per each 6 month phase) on Elective Sessions with Guest Faculty [300-500 words or 3 minute video) 
  • Completion of the Practicum, including
    • Teach one lesson to program members with post lesson professional discourse 
    • Teach a lesson to the public. Write an analysis of the experience of the lesson
    • Written or video reflection on the process after the two teaching experiences
    • Complete a written self-assessment of current knowledge and competencies followed by a peer assessment. 
  • Capstone Project - To certify as a Kinesa Practitioner you will have a Capstone project that will evolve throughout the training and be realized in the last two units of the program to involve:

Being Certified in The Kinesa Process means you have successfully completed (with a minimum of 70% completion rate) all the requirements: attendance, assignments and reports. You will have demonstrated your ability for self-assessment, and understanding of how to apply the Kinesa process in your profession and your life. You will have the skills to continue your personal growth, deepen your embodiment practice and effectively communicate the learning to others.

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