figure Kinesiology College of Victoria

Teaching

The Kinesiology College of Victoria specialises in teaching two Kinesiology modalities: Touch for Health
(TFH) and Neuro-Linguistic Kinesiology (NLK). Both modalities are fully accredited with the Australian
Kinesiology Association
, the Australian Institute of Kinesiologists and the International Kinesiology College.

Touch for Health (TFH):

Touch for Health with its origin in the 1970’s, is an internationally recognised course, and is the basis for
many other types of Kinesiology.

TFH is the introductory training to Kinesiology and can be studied either as a stand-alone course – a
home application to help and support your loved ones or as a starting point to become an accredited
Kinesiologist.

This course provides practical every day application to improve postural balance, health, performance and
increased wellbeing on all levels.

Please click here for a more detailed description of Touch for Health and an overview of what will be covered in each of the four weekends.

Duration

64 hours (16 hours per module, Category “A”).

  • Time

    Saturday and Sunday 9am – 6pm (each day).

  • Course dates for 2018:

    • TFH 1: 26th and 27th of January 2019 (please note: the 28th of January is the moved public holiday)
    • TFH 2: 23rd and 24th of February 2019
    • TFH 3: 23rd and 24th of March 2019
    • TFH 4: 04th and 5th of May 2019
    • TFH Proficiency: 22nd and 23rd of June 2019
    • TFH Metaphors: TBC
  • Location

    Bendigo (you will receive a confirmation letter stating the address including a description of how
    to get there).

  • Cost (including Touch for Health Manual and Certificate)

  • TFH 1: $420
  • TFH 2, 3, 4: $380 each or
  • TFH 1-4: $1400 payable before course commencement.
  • TFH Proficiency: $480
  • Optional

    If you intend to become a Registered Kinesiology Practitioner, you will have to complete the TFH
    practical workbook (accredited for 60 hours, Category “A”) which runs alongside the weekend workshops.
    The additional cost for the Workbook is $121.

  • Deposit

    $200 non-refundable deposit payable on enrolment. No places will be held without a deposit.

  • Participants

    4 (minimum) up to 12 (maximum) participants.

  • Payment Method

    Cash or direct debit.

Please email me an expression of interest.

To reserve your place, you will have to pay a deposit of $200 latest two weeks before the first scheduled
weekend and complete the enrolment form.

Please contact me if you are interested in organising a course outside of Bendigo.

Neuro-Linguistic Kinesiology (NLK):

Neuro-Linguistic Kinesiology is derived from Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). It explores the
relationships between how we think (neuro), how we communicate (linguistic) and our patterns of behaviour
and emotion (programs).

NLK is designed to achieve improvement in a wide range of stress and health related problems. It also
develops excellence in learning and performance skills.

Please click here for a more detailed description of Neuro-Linguistic Kinesiology and an overview of what will be covered in each of the four weekends.

  • Duration

    110 hours (NLK 1+2: 30 hours each, Category “A”; NLK 3: 50 hours, Category “B”).

  • Time

    Friday 6-9pm, Saturday and Sunday 9am – 6pm (each day).

  • Course dates for 2018:

    • NLK 1: TBC
    • NLK 2: TBC
    • NLK 3 part 1: TBC
    • NLK 3 part 2: TBC
  • Location

    Bendigo (you will receive a confirmation letter stating the address including a description of how
    to get there).

  • Cost

    $1600 including NLK Manual, Workbook and Certificates.

  • Deposit

    $400 non-refundable deposit payable on enrolment. No places will be held without a deposit.

  • Participants

    5 (minimum) up to 12 (maximum) participants.

  • Payment Method

    Cash and direct debit.

Please email me an expression of interest.

To reserve your place, you will have to pay a deposit of $400 latest two weeks before the first scheduled
weekend and complete the enrolment form.

Please contact me if you are interested in organising a course outside of Bendigo.

Your Trainer, Anette Kortenhaus:

Teaching allows me to combine my two passions: Growing and learning as an individual and passing this
knowledge and experience on, so that opportunities are provided for personal development and growth,
and self-limiting beliefs are able to be confronted in a caring way.

For 3 years I taught the NEIS program showing and demonstrating people on Centerlink benefits
how they can turn their lives around, become independent and proud of their achievements. It is so often
more about self-esteem and confidence than business skills and start-up money.

I have been teaching the following courses or part of:

  • Diploma of Business
  • Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
  • Certificate IV in Frontline Management
  • Certificate IV in Small Business Management
  • Certificate III in Micro Business Operations
  • Certificate I in Workplace Education
“Live like you were to die tomorrow, learn like you were to live forever.”
- Mahatma Gandhi