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This intensive on-line course is designed to enable the therapist to create and deliver effective physical conditioning programs that integrate Eastern & Western exercise strategies for the cultivation of health & wellbeing, and as therapeutic tools for rehabilitation. Expand your therapy toolkit with routines to assess functional capacity, balance, coordination, mobility & posture.

Kinergy Movement Therapy (KMT)

KMT programs are focussed on the promotion of lower-body strength and endurance; enhancing balance, flexibility & agility; stimulating circulation (systemic, peripheral, lymphatic, synovial & cerebrospinal); correcting postural deficits & pathologic or dysfunctional movement patterns; developing coordination; increasing personal energy levels; and, heightening kinaesthetic awareness / acuity.

KMT routines

The routines are generally performed at low to moderate intensity, synchronously with breathing exercises. KMT programs are supplemented with resistance training, aerobic conditioning exercises, warm-up / cool-down routines, and prescribed stretches.

KMT – 21c rehab strategies

KMT exercises are suitable for home as well as workplace practice, and don’t require training aids or specialised equipment. In addition, interactive routines are utilised in one-on-one as well as group sessions. These partnership exercises have their origin in martial art training drills, but have been modified to incorporate passive- & active-assist / resist techniques, which are based (in part) on proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF) principles.

KMT – Synergy of E & W

Breathing routines are integral to KMT sessions, and are essentially based on diaphragmatic breathing techniques. However, this component extends beyond traditional physiotherapeutic “deep breathing” exercises, and incorporates advanced mind-body-breath training.

Some of the constituent elements of the KMT modality may seem to be somewhat esoteric or foreign to rehabilitation clients & practitioners), however considerable work has been done to ensure that the principles & practices are readily understood and easily assimilable.



  • Technique. The exercises are simple (but stimulating), safe, stress-free. But to master the exercises it’s essential that they are performed exactly as per the instructions. The point is – practice doesn’t make perfect; only perfect practice does. So, please pay close attention.
  • Equipment. You need: a computer to track your progress and play back the videos; an internet link; and access to Zoom for feedback sessions; and a few square meters of floor space to strut your stuff. Aside from that you don’t need any special equipment (you were born with it).
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We provide you with the tools, knowledge, training, support & motivation to tune up your body, sharpen your mind, boost your energy, and put you back in control of your life. To max your mojo!


  •  MOD 1: Introduction to Eastern Exercise Therapy
    • Overview of Eastern Exercise Therapy
  • MOD 2: Eastern Exercise Therapy Techniques
    • Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in Physical Therapy
  • MOD 3: Mind-Body Techniques
    •  Introduction to mind-body techniques
  • MOD 4: Practical Application and Case Studies
    • Case Studies and Practical Application
  • MOD 5: Integration into Western Exercise Therapy Practice
    • Integrating Eastern Exercise Techniques into Practice
  • MOD 6: Final Assessment and Course Review
    • Course Review and Final Assessment