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Kin Research Group Apr 20
student symposium students did such a great job!
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Dee Stringer 23h
❓ What is Kinesiology? Taping that provides support & 24/7 drainage to limbs & body. This moves with the skin to provide massage & drainage of fluid away from the affected areas. You can read more here or contact Dee to find out more! ➡
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Jordie Slonim 7h
Today’s crystal grid for kinesiology sessions: for maintaining vitality focus in clearing behavioural patterns stored in your cellular memory, to enhance your potential for spiritual growth, grounding balance in all aspects of being
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Rosemary Tarrant Apr 20
So pleased to be arranging a new Foundation Course in Kinesiology in the beautiful city of starting this September. Great venue
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Jordie Slonim Apr 20
Today is for further research into BRAVING acronym & how we offload hurt for kinesiology pathways. This is some book stack. Love love love it. (I may have a tiny obsessive issue with flagging pages. Just tiny🤪)
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Healthinomics Apr 21
❤️DOWNLOAD IMAGES ❤️ 🖐Kinesiology Ailments Bundle 🖐 What makes Kinesiology stand out? It’s natural. It’s effective. Just like the right calls to action. If you want them to be effective they have to come off as natural not salesy.
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Amanda Williams 2h
📽️ Check out my youtube video about the importance of staying active
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Karista. Apr 20
Kinesio tape update: itchy but still a game changer. Day three taped and my arm has felt a world different. Really want to learn different tapes and help the people around me now 🤙🏼
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Jordie Slonim Apr 19
Replying to @BreneBrown @netflix
onto my students as they are on their journeys to becoming practitioners: be WITH a client, where THEY are at, not where is is comfortable for you. Thank you for the tools to become a better practitioner & teacher
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Amanda Roberts 11h
Yay for new fliers to beguile passersby at the clinic. I reckon they turned out really well. What do you think? 😻
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Kin Research Group Apr 20
biomechanicsday great 5k race with post race analysis of stride length and stride rate, handgrip strength and vertical jump…
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Angela Dozier Apr 14
Check out this blog! These are real stories about real situations about real people! You can get the jist of a person reading their heartfelt personal stories....and possibly relate as well.
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Life Is Unlimited 8h
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Siobhan Guthrie Apr 17
Kinesiology is muscle testing and energy balancing.Helps with more than 80% of all Health problems that most people put up with either because it isn't bad enough to go to the doc or they have sought help but received no
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Jordie Slonim Apr 19
Autumn. Stunning colours, light play, nature sounds. Autumn is the time of the metal element, the lung & large intestine meridians. Lung meridian, metaphysically about grief & inspiration. Large intestine about what you’re holding onto & need to let go of.
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Kin Research Group Apr 20
Congratulations on your publication birthday jump app group. So proud of the accomplishments of KRG.
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🚴‍♀️ AnneGuzman 🇨🇦 Apr 19
Sometimes for core I really want to follow a video for a change of pace. So since I often have an educated community here, are there any quality ones out there you recommend?
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Jordie Slonim Apr 19
Loving these unseasonably warm Autumn Melbourne days. Colours, Aussie Bush flowers. Autumn is about the Metal Element. Lung meridian-the nonduality of grief & inspiration, Large Intestine-the nonduality of holding on & letting go.
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rynebainter Apr 13
Blogs are important tools for professionals! Check out this awesome blog about Kinesiology!!Who Am I?
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Silicon Valley CTE Apr 19
Sports medicine students learn the concepts and demonstrate their knowledge on each other.
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