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Master business coach Rose Harrow talks about "Earning A Real Income: How to Run Your Training & Consulting Practice as a Real Business"   Master business coach Rose Harrow talks about "Heart-based Approach to Marketing and Business Strategies"

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“Marketing your practice and running a business is a completely different skill set than the service that you provide for your clients. I'm Rose Harrow, master business coach. And it's my joy to show you how to become visible to your potential clients so that you can earn a real living doing work that you love. This three-day-hands-on workshop will apply every step to your business right away. So you can have confidence and success increasing your income on running your training and consulting practice as a real business.”

- Rose Harrow, Master Business Coach

 

“I'm Rose Harrow, a master business coach, I mentor heart-centered leaders and change-makers to develop their message marketing and strategies so that they can make a living while they make a better world. It is emphasized that a plan and a pathway are necessary in addition to a perfect structure for supporting purpose. Growing a business is not separate from our personal and spiritual growth; where the structure in the pathway will help you feel supported as you are going on. If this is you, let’s connect.”

- Rose Harrow, Master Business Coach

Let's take a look at practice management from this angle - how to earn a real income doing your training and consulting business. We have Master Business Coach from the U.S. Rose Harrow coming to China next March to share her ideas with us. I don't need to emphasize how important it is to be able to run a sustainable and profitable business as a kinesiology instructor, do I?

by Amy Choi

 

Not only will Rose share her ideas of heart-based marketing and management in her workshop, she will also share these ideas in a panel discussion in the 2019 Greater China Kinesiology Conference. If you love what you do and want to know the strategies for running your training and consulting business that fit with your personal archetype, let's connect.

by Amy Choi

Course Title: Earning A Real Income: How to Run Your Training & Consulting Practice as a Real Business

 Dates: March 9-11, 2019
Venue: Shenzhen, China
 Pre-requisite: none, participants aged 16 or over are welcome.
Sponsors: Brain Body Centre Ltd. (Hong Kong) & Shenzhen Foresight Management Consultant Ltd.

For enquiry and enrolment:http://t.cn/E2qTMoU

【2019 Pre-Conference Workshop - Touch for Health® by Matthew Thie, M.Ed】

Matthew Thie will teach the following course in Taipei. It is the first time he gives lecture in Taiwan.

① Taipei ~ March 9-10, 2019 ~ 16 hours of continuing education for Registered Touch for Health instructor in Greater China area ~Fun with Touch for Health® Posture and Reactivity Balancing (Pre-requisite: Touch for Health® 3; Touch for Health®4 highly recommended)

Sponsor: Ay Su Veda (Taipei)

【2019 Post-Conference Workshops - Educational Kinesiology by Paul Dennison, Ph.D. - 4 courses in 3 cities 】

The following courses will be taught by Paul E. Dennsion, Ph.D. - a renowned educator as well as a world-class learning skills authority.


Brain Gym® Founder Paul Dennison, Ph.D. Talks About Total Core Repatterning

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“I’ll be teaching Total Core Repatterning. This is a course to really understand and go deeper with repatterning. Repatterning is the best thing in Brain Gym®. Changes lives. You’re going to learn deeper core repatterning procedures. How to integrate reflexes; how to move and think with all the meridians - Touch For Health® meridians. It brings Touch For Health® and Brain Gym® together. And when this comes up in your balances, you’ll really be able to help people. So don’t miss this class.”

- Paul Dennison Ph.D., one of the founders of Educational Kinesiology

We are getting ready to sharpen our knowledge and skills in Educational Kinesiology (Brain Gym) again! The founder of Brain Gym® Paul Dennison, Ph.D. will be teaching 4 courses in 3 cities from March to April, 2019, after the 2019 Greater China Kinesiology Conference in Hangzhou. Total Core Repatterning (TCR) is the first course that Paul will be teaching in his 26-day-long trip to mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong. 

As he says, TCR combines the use of Touch for Health® 42 muscles and the Brain Gym® repatterning process. It should be fun to learn for both Brain Gym® and Touch for Health® students and instructors! 

I am looking forward to working all the Touch for Health® 42 muscles to REPATTERN myself and clients - whole-body, and deep to the core! Anyways, TCR gives me one more thing to play with in the Learning Menu of the structural realm of Edu-K In Depth seven dimension balances. 

by Amy Choi

Course Title: BG311 - TOTAL CORE REPATTERNING
  • Dates: March 18-21, 2019
  • Venue: Hangzhou, China
  • Pre-requisite: BG301 - Brain Gym® In-Depth
  • One-time special exemption for pre-requisite: Student who has not taken Brain Gym® In Depth may still come to this class if they make up the pre-requisite by taking Brain Gym® In Depth to be facilitated by Paul Dennison Ph.D. on 3-7 April 2019 in Hong Kong. The pre-requisite of Brain Gym® In-Depth is Brain Gym® 101.
  • Sponsors: Brain Body Centre Ltd. (Hong Kong) & Wisdom Balance Co., Ltd. (Shanghai),
  • For enquiry and enrolment: Please stay tuned for later announcements.


American Educator and Reading Expert Paul Dennison, Ph.D. Talks About Language of Movement

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"Language of Movement … some people say it's their favorite class. In this modern age, people are stressed. They need to have stress management to get their nervous system back to normal. So we have deep repatterning techniques to go deeper - adrenal stress release, cranial stress release venal/venous core response… Ileocecal valve balance and much more. Things that people need special work to hold their balances better. So you'll really feel good and be able to help your clients with Language of Movement."

- Paul Dennison Ph.D. is an American expert in education and reading

"Language of Movement" will be the second workshop that Paul Dennison will teach in the Greater China area in March, 2019. I haven't attended this 400-level course myself, but have received and observed private sessions from Paul using some of the deep repatterning techniques offered in Language of Movement. 

By reading and translating the workshop manual, I see that the Learning Menus offered in Language of Movement "add meat" to the existing structure of a Seven-dimension of Intelligence balance. Many additional techniques are offered in the structural realm, personal ecology realm and acu-realm on top of the ones offered in Brain Gym® In Depth. Applied Kinesiology techniques are also being used. 

I am foreseeing that those who take the workshop will get a fuller if not total picture of what Master Paul usually uses, and how he usually works, when seeing clients in a one-on-one setting. 

This course used to be open to Licensed Brain Gym® Instructor and Consultant only - only for the dedicated ones who wish to pursue in-depth study with the Master. This year, the course is open to those who have taken Brain Gym® In Depth. 

I would recommend this course to those who are serious in becoming good kinesiology consultant using Edu-K as their core method or technique. 

by Amy Choi

Course Title: BG311 - TOTAL CORE REPATTERNING

  • Dates: March 18-21, 2019
  • Venue: Hangzhou, China
  • Pre-requisite: BG301 - Brain Gym® In-Depth
  • One-time special exemption for pre-requisite: Student who has not taken Brain Gym® In Depth may still come to this class if they make up the pre-requisite by taking Brain Gym® In Depth to be facilitated by Paul Dennison Ph.D. on 3-7 April 2019 in Hong Kong. The pre-requisite of Brain Gym® In-Depth is Brain Gym® 101.
  • Sponsors: Brain Body Centre Ltd. (Hong Kong) & Wisdom Balance Co., Ltd. (Shanghai), 
  • For enquiry and enrolment: Please stay tuned for later announcements.


③ Taipei ~ March 30-31, 2019 ~ 16 credits ~ Dennison Whole Brain Learning Method. Pre-requisite: None
Sponsor: Ay Su Veda (Taipei)


④ Hong Kong ~ April 3-7, 2019 ~ 32 credits ~ Brain Gym® In Depth. Pre-requisite: Brain Gym® 101
Sponsor: Brain Body Centre Ltd. (Hong Kong)

 

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Jan. ~ Apr. 2019

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  • Total Core Repatterning (Hangzhou)
    March 18-21 - Paul Dennision, Ph.D.

  • Language of Movement (Hangzhou)
    March 23-25 - Paul Dennision, Ph.D.

  • Edu-K In Depth (Hong Kong)
    April 3-7 - Paul Dennision, Ph.D.

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  • Fun with Touch for Health® Posture and Reactivity Balancing (Taipei)
    Mar. 9-11 - Matthew Thie

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2019 Greater China Kinesiology Conference

Theme: Balance on Your Life Path
Date: March 14-17, 2019
City: Hangzhou

*2-month early bird discount deadline: on or before Jan. 14, 2019
[Registration From: ikmms.com]

Calling for Short Testimonials on How Kinesiology Has Helped Improved Your Life

Topic: "How kinesiology has helped bring practical benefits to my life"
Deadline: March 1st, 2019

For Details: http://suo.im/4GuyGW

 

2019-20 Internationally-recognized Kinesiology Instructor / Consultant Training Schedule

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Brain Gym® Teacher Practicum (Chongqing, China)
Jan. 12-16, 2019- Amy Choi and / or Conrad Ho

Brain Gym® Teacher Practicum (Taipei)
Feb. 27 - Mar. 2, 2020 - Amy Choi and Conrad Ho

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Touch for Health®Casework Workshop (2 of 2) (Zhengzhou)

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Date: Dec. 5-9, 2018
Instructor: Amy Choi
Place: Zhengzhou
Sponsor: Zhengzhou Jing's Jade Health Consultancy Ltd.

Day 1 class report: http://t.cn/EGOVhDG
Day 2 class report: http://t.cn/EGOVARi
Day 3 class report: http://t.cn/EGOV4Ow
Day 4 class report: http://t.cn/EGOVxnK
Day 5 class report: http://t.cn/EGOV93c

Faculty's Kinesiology Balancing Demonstrations
(Dalian)

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Date: Dec. 22-23, 2018
Instructor: Amy Choi
Place: Dalian
Sponsor: Dalian Dearfox Spiritual Intelligence Development Institute

Brain Gym® Section class report: http://t.cn/EGOMXi1
Touch for Health® Section class report: http://t.cn/EGOMcGT
Qinesiology® Section class report: http://t.cn/EGOMUfA

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New Books and Products


Brain Gym® Teacher's Edition (New and Revised, in Traditional Chinese)

Brain Gym® Teacher's Edition (New and Revised, in Traditional Chinese) 
Publisher: Brain Body Centre Limited (Hong Kong)
Year of Publication: 2019
ISBN: 978-988-78936-9-1
Authors: Paul E. Dennison, Ph.D. and Gail Dennison
Translated by Conrad Ho and Amy Choi
No. of Pages: 306
Language: Traditional Chinese

 
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The Meanings of Attending the Kinesiology Conference

by Conrad Ho on December 11, 2018, written in Hong Kong

In 1998, Conrad Ho attended my first international kinesiology conference held in Victoria of British Columbia, Canada, a city with classic beauty and full of history. It was a fresh new experience, interesting and rewarding, both in knowledge and exposure. Apart from the conference, Victoria was also a tourist hotspot with beautiful scenery and culinary adventures awaiting to be explored. Since then, I attended minimum one kinesiology conference in every two years. After a few times, I felt that although there was always something new, there were not too many. I began to consider whether to go or not. With an attitude of really knowing the matter from inside out, I made up my mind to continue.

Gradually, I had something worthwhile to share in the conferences, too! Naturally, I had to go. Speaking to students from different countries with different cultures had subtle influences upon my teaching style. This kind of experience made me understand that basically all judgments which I believed to be right could be totally different in the eyes of students of other countries. I had learnt the significance of humility and flexibility, to be more able to respect my clients in my balancing sessions.

After about ten years, having heard the founders of different kinesiology streams talking about their experiences and original intentions in their works, I cumulatively became more aware of the framework or the overall perspective of the academic trends of kinesiology. For example, I have learnt how the educational and self-responsibility model of kinesiology had evolved from the therapeutic or medical model of applied kinesiology and eventually secured their own positions in the industry. This gave me a “map” to guide me along in my endeavors in academic development and company operations.

In the past five years, after having attended many international conferences and some other more local conferences in Germany, Japan and South Korea, and listened to many speakers from different countries, I began to have an overall picture of kinesiology worldwide and the trend of the whole market. It helped me in my formulation of company strategy and selection of materials to teach in my courses.

At the international kinesiology conference held in Damme, Germany in the summer of 2018, I was addressed for the first time by an international friend who was already a leading figure in kinesiology in her own country to be someone more senior. It suddenly dawned on me that I had been in this field for exactly 20 years. I had old friends from all over the world and I was considered as an “old” friend in the eyes of others. What I was doing was making certain contribution to kinesiology, no matter how little. Comradeship had been cultivated by attending numerous international conferences over the years.

Of course, while “drifting” around in such conferences, there had been encounters that had sparked commercial benefits. For example, I bumped into my good friend and business associate Renate Wennekes from Germany when I attended the conference held in Ottawa, Canada in 2007. That was why I had stated that the conference was a venue for instructors to find students and sponsors to locate instructors. In the ambience of friendly sharing in the conference, there was a grain of additional trust that one would seldom find in ordinary business settings.

In my own prediction, 2019 will be a turbulent year. In the domestic scene as well as abroad, there are uncertainties that are troubling China and the world economy. Training and personal growth courses are considered as a kind of luxury goods. This industry will be at the forefront of the shock in times of economic downturn or expected downturn. As these factors will last for at least several years while more and more personal growth courses will enter the China market from abroad and local development, it is expected that the Chinese training industry is entering a tough phase of intense competition and elimination. Only the strongest few may stay on in the market. This explains the background thinking of our moves in the 2019 conference. We are working to equip participants to emerge triumphantly in the keen competition ahead. 

Through my relatively subjective personal experiences and relatively objective trend analysis, Conrad Ho is talking to the customers, especially registered/licensed kinesiology instructors and consultants, about the possible meanings of attending the 2019 conference. Look forward to meeting everybody in Liangzhu, Hangzhou in March 2019. 


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Two Key Features of 2019 Greater China Kinesiology Conference

by Amy Choi on December 12, 2018, written in Hong Kong

2019 Greater China Kinesiology Conference will be held in Liangzhu, Hangzhou. It had a humble beginning in Hongkong in early 2000s as a small event of several dozens of participants, growing to a conference of more than 100 participants in Shenzhen in mid 2010s. This time, it will be the fifth in the series.
 
The most important difference of this conference from those of the past is the content. Apart from the “trunk” being the kinesiologies based on the educational and self-responsibility models, the sponsors have also included other techniques that will boost psychological and physiological balance. The purpose, on one hand, is to encourage openness in attitudes and the broadening of perspective of kinesiology instructors and students. On the other hand, it allows the experts and students from other fields to experience kinesiology.  

In the broad sense, kinesiology is the study of movement of the human body. In the narrow sense, it is the art and science of muscle checking. In terms of time, the first school to appear in kinesiology is Applied Kinesiology following the therapeutic model, followed by Kinesiologies based on the self-responsibility model and, then those on the educational model. We organize Greater China Kinesiology Conference with the focus on the latter two streams. They have a wide range of applications which include improving body structure, physiological operations, psychological states and so on; enhancing learning abilities, sports performance as well as the work efficiency of all staff of a company, etc.; also incorporating different energetic healing methods (such as flower essences, essential oils, homeopathy, etc.), the theoretical framework of traditional Chinese medicine and so forth. These are to obtain biofeedbacks to face different life challenges, like allergic reactions, learning difficulties, emotional distress, etc.   

Building on the experiences of organizing the past conferences, the 2019 conference is the first time to introduce techniques in other disciplines for reference. Apart from giving a brain-storming experience to participants at the academic level, it would train up the sponsors’ teams to get ready for organizing the international conference in Shanghai in October 2020. In this event, even more schools/streams of kinesiology and other technologies would appear. Course organizers, certified instructors and ordinary students will all be greeted with a new era of diversity.

Another important feature of the 2019 conference is that there will be two forums highlighting the theme of professional development for kinesiology practitioners:   

  1. The topic of the first seminar will be "Fear-based vs. Heart-based Management and Marketing". According to the understanding of Conrad Ho and myself, the ideal of the self-responsibility and educational models is to cultivate the client’s ability to independently create a more balanced life. Therefore, if one uses marketing strategies based on fear or hunger to promote and states that they can solve the problems of the client on their behalf, it is contradictory to the ideal. What are viable alternatives? We have invited three speakers to lead the discussion. They all have served on the boards of directors of international regulatory bodies, namely, Rose Harrow, Matthew Thie and Amy Choi. Their emphasis will be on the business level, facilitating participating instructors to become more professional kinesiolgists following the self-responsibility and educational models. 

  2. The topic of the second seminar will be "Equipping Oneself". We will invite industry leaders as well as pioneers from other disciplines to facilitate the discussion at the technical level. The objective is the same: facilitating participating instructors to become more professional kinesiolgists following the self-responsibility and educational models.
    Both seminars will be focused on enhancing the professional development of kinesiology practitioners: (1) with the short-term goal specifically on encouraging certified instructors who want to grow further to take the examination for the qualification of registered professional kinesiologist awarded by International Kinesiology College during the 2020 Greater China Kinesiology Conference; (2) The general longer-term goal is to equip certified instructors to better prepare themselves to continue to excel in the personal growth market, capitalizing on the opportunities offered in the following few years by the expected turbulences in the world economy.

Liangzhu, Hangzhou has given birth to one of the sources of Chinese culture for over 5,000 years. In March 2019, let us explore the relationship between kinesiology and the balance on your life path as well as design the directions of kinesiology and your life. After the “Balance of Your Life Path” in 2019, we will move on to “Life-long Learning”, the theme of 2020 Greater China Kinesiology Conference.

I am looking forward to meeting you all in Liangzhu, Hangzhou on March 14-17, 2019! 


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