Welcome to T.A.S.K
Kinesiology is one of the fastest growing fields in natural health therapies and now YOU have the opportunity to learn how to do it.
- Train for yourself
- Train to treat your existing clients (alongside another health care modality)
- Train and care for your friends and family
- Train to become a fully qualified practitioner
"Systematic Kinesiology uses muscle testing as a type of body language that communicates problems and then solutions to the client and practitioner.
Kinesiology is non invasive, drug free and enormously empowering."
Claire Muller T.A.S.K Principle
The Academy of Systematic Kinesiology (T.A.S.K) is the longest running Kinesiology school in the UK and was founded in 1985 by Brian Butler, who was the first to pioneer Kinesiology in Britain and Europe in the late 70's.
Please feel free to browse our website and find out more about how Kinesiology works, our training courses, our tutors and much, much more. We are extremely proud of our history and we are also incredibly excited to be ... leading the way.
Sounds interesting, but still not sure if Kinesiology is for you?
Then come to one of our taster events.
- TASTER EVENTS
Hows is your ICV? Free Information
A malfunctioning Ileocecal Valve is an extremely common condition. It can give rise to an almost unbelievable list of distressing symptoms. It is frequently the cause of the “I just don’t feel well” syndromes which abound, as well as many types of pain and other specific symptomatic patterns. READ MORE...
starts on 19/11/2014
starts on 14/02/2015
Join us at a taster event at a choice of venues and see Kinesiology in action.
This years Practitioners course was fully booked. Don't miss out for 2015/16. Please see next years dates.
The TASK Diploma course for 2015/16 is already half booked. Book now to avoid dissapointment. to see more.
The Academy of Systematic Kinesiology (TASK Ltd)
16 Iris Road
Telephone: 020 8391 5988
Office Hours: Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm
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