Benefits of Joining the CKA
Joining the Creative Kinesiology Association brings many benefits - it's a supportive, friendly and forward-thinking organisation.
Alongside all these CK Association offerings, joining us can also bring you the double-benefit of membership of the British Complementary Medicine Association (BCMA).
We also have links with the Kinesiology Federation of Great Britain. They recognise our training courses and offer membership to students and practitioners who wish to join.
CK Association benefits
- Your own profile in the Creative Kinesiology practitioner directory (with all your therapies listed, not just kinesiology)
- The chance to join a community of like-minded people and friends
- Support and holding for your journey as a therapist
- A fantastic range of Continuing Professional Development courses
- Full professional protection and mentoring should things go wrong
- An online presence promoting Creative Kinesiology in social media: Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Twitter
- A vibrant, active and supportive members-only Facebook Group
- Yearly Creative Kinesiology Gatherings to stay connected and update your skills
- The opportunity to have your say about Creative Kinesiology’s future direction at the CK AGM
Double support from the BCMA
We are a member of the British Complementary Medicine Association (BCMA) so when you join us, you will also have the support and protection of that governing body too. Through this joint membership, you'll have access to:
- A practitioner profile on the BCMA listing (for CK Registered Practitioners)
- Updates and webinars from the BCMA
- Increased visibility in the world of complementary health
What we ask from our members
Apart from the membership fee, we just ask you to demonstrate you have appropriate insurance, follow our Code of Conduct, and keep a log book to evidence that you've met our yearly continuing professional development (CPD) requirements.
These CPD requirements include regular mentoring and personal sessions, along with a number of hours of training or equivalent learning activities. The requirements differ whether you are CKAP, CKRP or ACKRP and exact details are set out in the guidelines.