Course Price £ 450
SKART (Structural Kinesiology Acupressure Release Technique) identifies areas of imbalance within the skeletal frame. Upon diagnosis we use a gentle acupressure technique to release and reduce the pain and imbalance.
If you are looking for a new career or looking to boost your income from your existing clinic by offering a new style of proven treatment and pain management we are able to offer an accredited online training course. Completed from your own home at your own pace the course will train you and equip you with the skills needed to diagnose and treat a wide range of muscular and skeletal conditions.
The course is accredited through the IICT the International Institute for Complimentary Therapists. The IICT operates throughout the globe offering a comprehensive list of therapies and directory of members. Once the course has been completed and assessed successful students will be able to gain insurance through the IICT and begin their own journey using SKART.
What are the benefits of SKART to me?
- Exceptional & Valuable Skills that benefit practice and client health.
- You will learn to solve back issues using effective, practical, safe, non-force, and gentle correction techniques.
- The course’s design means that it is easy to learn and understand, bringing you into the forefront of your profession with these new skills to benefit practice and client health.
- With millions of people suffering from pain conditions, be the solution.
- Learn to access the body’s needs using Kinesiology -test for imbalance & re-establish balance.
- Learn to find the exact pain site to treat it and for the pain to stay away.
- SKART is a perfect tool for practitioners to be able to help their clients more. It gives you quick diagnostic tools, treatment methods and a client feedback system so that you and your client can see that the treatment has worked.
- SKART muscle testing is a way to communicate with the body. It is a biofeedback system that talks to the body in a language which the body understands and can respond to and gives real time feedback. It allows us to use the patient’s own body as the research tool to find out what it needs, where to treat, how to treat and gives feedback on whether the correction has held and corrected the problem area, giving patient reassurance, as it is easy to see the difference.
- Using SKART to find imbalances and issues through muscle testing helps remove the doubt, guesswork and the hard work of subjective diagnostics.
- SKART is non force and gentler than many other manipulative therapies. It is quick to locate the problem area, needing no gadgets and it can be done anywhere. I have corrected people’s neck problems on trains, planes and by the beach.
- Learn to use SKART to study the body’s energy systems. To use the muscles as diagnostic tools to access the most appropriate treatment for the body, to find the exact pain site and to be able to treat it so you can clear the pain.
- Do you want to be part of the 21st centuries health developments? Be free of pain and change the way you see health.
Areas that SKART can work on :-
- Back & Neck Problems that can cause pain, Headaches, Dizziness, leg pains, restless legs.
- Symphysis Pubis issues - groin pain, hip pain & leg length imbalance. also bladder urgency.
- Ileocecal valve Problems links to pains in lower right abdominal area and gut spasms.
- Hiatus Hernia - pain & discomfort under the ribs on the left side & Indigestion, Nausea & Belching.
- Shoulder Problems - pain in the shoulder & arm, numbness and tingling in the arm and hands.
- Jaw Correction - techniques for dental, jaw pain and grinding of teeth.
- Cranial Problems - headaches, pressure pain, sleep problems, excess crying in babies.
The course is made up of EIGHT separate modules:
Module One The Kinesiology system - An amazing tool for testing issues.
Module Two The Meridian system - Great to help you understand pain pathways.
Module Three The Structural system – Learn how it works, so that you know how to treat.
Module Four The Testing methods used for SKART – How to find problem.
Module Five The Treatment methods for SKART – how to treat.
Module Six A patient’s treatment plan – About taking a case history.
Module Seven Learning & development in practice - Learning the importance of feedback.
Module Eight The role of a Therapist - What to do to qualify as a practitioner.
Each Module contains a series of Lecture Units. These are in the form of: PDF Presentations /Demonstration Videos
/ Reading Material / Practical Exercises /Diagrams /External information links
At the end of each module there is a student workbook that will need to be completed and marked before progressing onto the next module. Later in the course there will also be student patient treatments that will need to be recorded and submitted via video.
Once completed you will receive certification through the IICT and be eligible to obtain insurance to practice.
George Goodheart, an American chiropractor in 1964 discovered that specific muscles of the body when tested could reveal a great deal about a person’s state of health. He called this technique Applied Kinesiology, “Kinesiology as it is relates to the study of energy and movement” and “Applied as it was of practical use”.
SKART has evolved from kinesiology principals and the theory to bring the body into balance is
" Each muscle relies on: A nerve to activate it, Blood supply to oxygenate it, Lymph to clear it and the
acupressure meridian to energize it".
In the 1960’s Dr George Goodheart concluded that it was not really muscle spasm that pulled the spine out of place, but more likely that a weak muscle on one side of the body caused a normal muscle opposing it to become or seem tight. Working on just releasing the tight muscle will therefore usually only give short term relief.
Much research has gone into Kinetics (energy work). Leading researchers Dr Bennett and Dr Jarnette worked on reflexes and showed how activation of skin areas with deep massage or light touch can get muscles to move bones without working on the bones themselves.
Postural Patterns - There is no question that muscles do contract and go into spasm. Many patients have problems involving muscle spasm. However, when patients are examined for muscle spasm, it has been found that an overwhelming majority of these patients have muscle weakness rather than primary muscle spasm, and it is this weakness which then causes the opposing muscle to contract. Therefore, the contracted muscle is a secondary effect of the primary muscle weakness.