Target group

Sports scientists, qualified sports teachers, certified sports and gymnastics teachers and B-licensed fitness trainers

 

Course content

- History & philosophy of Kinesiology Taping
- Theoretical mindest, supported by findings from the areas Tensegrity Model, Anatomy Trains, Fascia Research and Osteopathy
- Material properties and techniques
- Holistic assessment
- Practical applications with clinical examples

 

Course duration

1st course day: 9.00 am - 6.00 pm
2nd course day: 9.00 am - 2.00 pm

Module 1: Taping for sport scientists and trainers

Course number 80

 

In today's modern medicine, there is a growing need for networking fields. Physician, therapist and the coach must use their experience and their skills to work together effectively to help patients and athletes. Use now, as a coach, the opportunity to be trained in the K-Active Therapy.

This module specifically for sports scientists, qualified sports teachers, certified sports and gymnastics teachers and B-licensed fitness trainers includes 17 teaching units (1.5 days) with theoretical and practical part of the K-Active Taping.

In theory you will be informed about history and effects. In the practical part you will learn the basic techniques of the application and how problem areas in the human body can be recognized.

 

Theoretical part

  • history of Kinesiology Taping
  • basics of philosophy (Japanese and European influences)
  • material properties of K-Active Tapes and differences to the classic tape
  • basic techniques of K-Active Taping (technique of muscle, ligament, fascia and correction)
  • introduction into the Tensegrity Model, Anatomy Trains and Body Reading
  • example of use

 

Practical part

  • application of screening and muscle test as well as skin displacements for the holistic cognition of the problem areas in the human body
  • learning of basic techniques of Kinesiology Taping based on disease patterns often occurring in the practice
  • examination of the right application by means of muscle and screening tests (documentation of medication results already possible directly after application)