Tara Kachroo

Studying Neurokinetic Therapy

Studying Neurokinetic Therapy

I’ve been a part of many communities focused on health, wellbeing, and healing – these included communites of yoga practice, fitness training, and meditation. After finished my life as an academic in my late 20s with a masters degree in Critical Theory, I started studying movement, meditation and biomechanics. And I studied a lot.  It was in 2018, when I joined the community of people that practiced Neurokinetic Therapy, that I finally felt like I found the community that I fit in best with. I love studying, and I truely loved my training in Neurokinetic therapy best of any training I have ever completed.

Neurokinetic Therapy is an assessment tool more than anything else. In my very first training I got very excited as I realized this. I had been to so many trainings through the years, and while I was focused on assessment, very few of the trainings I’d been to had this focus too. The first training offered complex material, and in order to take the second training, you had to write up 3 case studies and pass an in person exam. My love of quality control really got fired up when I realized there were no easy passes. You don’t get to keep studying if you don’t understand the foundational material! A year later I had passed the 3rd level of instruction and taken the supplementary course, but the learning was far from over.

This community is forever learning, expanding it’s knowledge, and seeking to share that knowledge. Neurokinetic Therapy has an online learning portal that’s open to practitioners with hundreds of online tutorials on specific issues and disfunctions that our clients might present with. All over the world Neurokinetic Therapy practioners will get together for study groups to do skill and knowledge trade regularly.  Our facebook groups are supportive and help us to share knowledge as well. 

Studying Neurokinetic Therapy

 I love attending these study groups!  But my favorite way of participating is by assisting the Neurokinetic Therapy traininigs. 

On the first weekend of April this year, only a few weeks from now, I will go to Toronto to help introduce a whole new batch of professionals from all kinds of fields – chiropractors, massage therapists, physiotherapists, acupuncturists, personal trainers and movement teachers – to this amazingly effective assessment tool. I will be assisting Neurokinetic Therpay Level 1 course.  It’s gonna blow their minds, and I can’t wait to watch, and help them sort out the material so they can all help more people feel healthier, have less pain, and function better. 

If you are interested in getting assessed using Neurokinetic Therapy, book an appointment online. My clinic is in Kitchener Waterloo and I use this assessment protocol in all of my sessions.