The vocational education in Stockholm, Sweden at Sabine Rosén Educations is unique in its kind in because all theory is taught in an environment that directly translates theories into practical. It provides a completely different experience and the student is well prepared to go straight to professional activities right after examination. The education is 1.5 year long, divided into 16 sub-courses and 4 modules with 486 hours teaches ledd lessons.
About the profession
As a kinesiologist, you help your client get better balance, both physically / structurally, emotionally / stress-reducing and nutritional / biochemical through effective testing and correction techniques. What is unique about kinesiology is that the starting point for a good treatment strategy is to work with both wholeness and connection (a more eastern perspective) and at the same time correct detailed imbalances (a more western perspective). It is a great advantage to implement knowledge from kinesiology in your existing work as a therapist, whether you have the working method to meet your clients in conversation or as a body therapist. Of course, you can also start your path in the health care industry by educate to Kinesiologist – a wonderfully rewarding profession awaits.
There are many branches of kinesiology around the world. In some countries, you work as a kinesiologist in collaboration with the social welfare systems, and in other countries you work in alternative / complementary medicine. In Sweden, kinesiology is counted as one of the approved personnel care benefits and is defined as body movement analysis. The form of kinesiology you will learn at Sabine Rosén Educations, is a collection of technicians who all have in common that they are very physically oriented and fit well with our community’s view of health care. Kinesiology is listed among the approved activities in order for an employer to be able to avoid tax on salaries paid in favor.
About vocational education with us
The Diploma in Vocational Training at us is 1.5 years long, divided into 16 courses that go through 4 modules. In total, it gives you as a student 476 teacher-led teaching hours and a lot of practical experience so that you are well prepared to go into your own professional business immediately after graduation.
Sabine Rosén Education places great importance on the fact that new technologies can be implemented directly at home, and at existing clinics. This can only happen if you get on site at every course opportunity:
-an opportunity to understand both the theory of course literature and course compendiums
-practice practically on classmates or incoming clients with real ailments
-learn to have a clinical mindset where you can safely play with techniques, but freely play with them, depending on which client you have in front of you.
More specifically, the hourly distribution of education looks like this:
-Introduction course, your first meeting with Kinesiology in a weekend = 14 hours
-15 sub-courses divided as follows:
-11 sub-courses in 3 days = 33 days x 7 hours = 231 hours.
-4 sub-courses in 5 days = 20 days x 7 hours = 140 hours.
– 4 webinars, lectures on the internet, á 3 hours = 12 hours
– 50 client cases at home, 1 hour per client = 50 hours. Prior to these client cases, the student receives both oral and written clear instructions, which are followed up every week with:
– mentor talk via webinar about 30 minutes = 25 hours
It does not matter if you cannot book all the courses, you can always take a missed course.
Each module that goes over 3 days contains the following elements:
-theory with lectures
-practical steps and exercises
The courses that run over 5 days also include:
– proper practice, Friday-Sunday. A total of 12 days of practice at a clinic with real client cases = 84 teacher-supervised student treatments. Each student works in a group with two other students and together receives up to 12 clients per internship = 48 student treatments in total.
The training provides the student with test and correction techniques from kinesiology, nutrition, knowledge of the body’s various systems such as lymphatic systems, meridians, acupuncture points and more. As a red thread throughout the course, Sabine Rosén’s further development of the method Spine Body flow Kinesiology , free flow in the spine and its great importance. In the education, traditional treatments in the west are inweaved with traditional treatments from the east, including TKM, Traditional Chinese Medicine.
In all parts, the students are guided and taught by skilled, experienced and well-educated teachers, who also provide individual support throughout the education, so that all students can develop. All of this, together, provides a good basis for a deeper understanding of the various aspects, the possibilities of kinesiology at all levels. In education, we also attach great importance to the importance of how we treat clients and remain confident in ourselves, and our ability to conduct our own business.
Through solid education, rich opportunities for internships, continuous and committed mentoring, company support and opportunities for further education and future collaboration, our education provides a great deal, a new future for You.
The training is divided into these 4 modules.
The four modules are the following:
Kinesiology and structure
We learn the function and the whole of the movement apparatus as well as individual muscles, and how with the techniques of kinesiology we can find and restore balance in the systems.
Kinesiology and nutrition
We learn about various biochemical systems in the body such as lymph and blood, and how with the techniques of kinesiology we can find and restore balance in the systems.
Kinesiology and energy
We learn to understand systemic flows and circulation seen from both Western and Eastern perspectives, and how with the techniques of kinesiology we can find and restore balance in the systems.
Kinesiology and emotion
We learn about the effects of the psyche on nervous, immune, and hormone systems and how we can find and restore balance in the systems with the techniques of kinesiology.
The training takes place in rooms at our own treatment center and at a gym, so that students can meet the reality already during education. The goal is that the student on his first day as a graduate kinesiolgist is ready to meet his own clients.
Education at Sabine Rosén Education is unique in its kind in that all theory is taught in an environment that directly translates theories into practice. It provides a completely different experience and the student can go directly from the education into professional activities.
In connection with each block, the student will have 5 days of practice at the treatment center and meet real clients. The student will work in a group to meet and treat a client together with other classmates. This make good experience and chanses to discuss different treatment strategies in a stimulating way. A total of 20 internship days are included during the program.
In addition to the internship periods, all students together every week during the entire training period will be included in a discussion forum to collectively reflect on the patient cases the students has had in homework. The purpose is that the students’ practical exercises at home are followed by both teachers and classmates, so that the students get the most possible exchange of each other’s work, issues and treatment results. The school wants every student to be stimulated to gain confidence in finding their own unique way of working as a kinesiologist. As a kinesiologist, you will meet clients who seek help with both physical problems in the locomotion apparatus and also in need of help with function in the internal systems.
Webinar to broaden the horizon and get inspiration on how to work as a kinesiologist
As a kinesiologist, the student will need to be able to think and understand details, biochemistry and scientific research (from a Western perspective) while also understanding that each client is unique and needs individual help, seen from a holistic perspective (a more Eastern approach). In order to be stimulated in multidisciplinary thinking and to take into account several systems at the same time, some webinars will be included in the education:
Hormone systems and treatment strategies for those with fertility disorders
Immune systems and treatment strategies for those with allergies
Movement systems and treatment strategies for those with inflammation and pain
Nervous systems and treatment strategies for fatigue and burnout.
In all 4 webinars, the focus will be on how stimulating it is to work as a kinesiologist when you meet someone with a holistic approach. That is, have strategies to strengthen structure, nutritional status, energy recovery and mental balance at the same time.
Vision and driving force
Sabine’s vision and driving force is to give more people a chance to get healthy, have energy and enjoyment of life
To allow more people to optimize their health and become stronger, both in private and at work and in sports, more really good therapists are needed.
Sabine’s driving force is to convey and teach treatment strategies that combine detailed knowledge thath are at the same time are inweaved into a holistic approach.
In order to both convey and teach treatment strategies in a fun and effective way, she 2015 founded a education profession for kinesiologist – clinical orientation.
Alongside this training is the apprenticeship-based certificate program Spine & Body flow Kinesiology, which she founded 2017.
Further in the future, the school will have classes for those who want to become massage therapists and for those who want to become professional personal trainers. This will develop in 2021.
An important task for realizing the vision is also to actively communicate with people in the media, health and wellness establishments as well as convey deeper knowledge in several forums. Unique knowledge is valuable and needs to be disseminated. It together with an honest commitment makes a difference!
Sabine Rosén Sweden
The school’s founder Sabine Rosén has during her more than 30 years in the profession gained a solid experience. She is a trained kinesiologist, massage therapist, acupuncturist, nutritionist and phytotherapist. In addition, she organizes conferences and international meetings between kinesiologist associations around the world as chair of the International Association of Specialized Kinesiologists (IASK). In addition, she has developed ”Spine-and Bodyflow Kinesiology” which combines an Eastern overall thinking with a more Western detailed knowledge.