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Margie Donde is a skilled Specialised Kinesiology practitioner and instructor and is the principal of the college. After attending the Touch for Health training and conference at the University of San Diego in 1990, Margie has spent the past 22 years following her passion in the holistic health field. Self driven and with a practical organisational capacity, she has used her ability to focus, and her “just do it” attitude, to create one of the largest Specialised Kinesiology Teaching schools in South Africa.
She teaches Touch for Health, Touch for Health Metaphors, the Kpower series, the ICPKP programme including the Basic Kinesiology Program (Bkp) Series and the full ICPKP diploma and advanced Diploma course as well as horse and dog Kinesiology workshops. She started teaching Kinesiology in 1990. She was the first in South Africa to start teaching the ICPKP programme when it changed from PKP to the internationally recognised Certificate and Diploma programme in 2000. She recently became an ICPKP FAC 1 Faculty Trainer after spending several intensive weeks working hard to meet the competency requirements and teaching the FAC 1 workshop alongside Dr Dewe in Melbourne, Australia. This means that Margie is now qualified to train Kinesiologists who want to become trainers of the first year ICPKP programme. Besides Dr Dewe and Mrs Dewe, she is one of only 6 who is authorised to do so.
Margie has a long standing love for horses, is an accredited riding instructor, and was a successful dressage competitor. She is pioneering the use of kinesiology techniques for horses. She is also interested in Permaculture and sustainability. She is a founding member of the Greater Kyalami Conservancy (GEKCO) and Just Environmental Action (JEA)
Her Kinesiology training includes 2 Biokinetics workshops, 14 Educating Alternatives workshops, 5 Neuro-Training workshop, 9 Three-in-1 Kinesiology workshops, 3 Neural Organisation (NOT) workshops, 7 Kinergetics workshops, all 5 years of ICPKP training including the Instructor training and FAC 1 training, Touch for Health and Touch for Health metaphors plus the instructor training for those workshops. That’s approximately 7,000 hours of Kinesiology training.
She has also studied nutrition, astrology, shadow work, various natural therapies, counselling, massage and energetic healing. She has a certificate in Adult Training from UNISA.
Alex Kilian is a Specialised Kinesiologist with over 1000 hours of kinesiology training and experience.
Over the past 15 years she has dedicated herself to the delivery of training and facilitation of programmes in the realms of Emotional Intelligence, conflict resolution, organisational learning, leadership, diversity and inclusion. She has extensive experience in design and programme evaluation and is passionate about alternative dispute resolution. She is a qualified Divorce Mediator.
She uses clear and articulate communication skills together with keen analytical abilities to creatively conceptualise solutions. She has extensive understanding and experience of multiculturalism and diversity.
Fanny is a French national who decided to make South Africa her home. After working as a lecturer and a language practitioner for 12 years, she discovered kinesiology and was impressed by its health benefits. She found in this gentle, powerful modality a golden opportunity to work with animals, which she had wanted to do since she was a child. Fanny qualified in both Equine and Canine Kinesiology through the Specialised Kinesiology College of South Africa and now teaches these courses for the college. She is a keen horse rider and the proud mum of two fur kids,
She is committed to helping horses, dogs and cats ̶ and even other animals, where possible ̶ as well as their owners on the path to recovery, well-being and happiness and to enhancing the pet-owner relationship. Just as kinesiology can help you, as a human being, to perform and feel at your best, so can it benefit your animal companion, who may also, at some point, feel the effects of stress due to a variety of factors. Kinesiology works in very much the same way in animals as it does in humans, gently restoring the body’s self-healing ability and identifying as well as correcting potential stressors in the animal’s environment, with the owner’s input. It has proved to be particularly efficient with dogs and horses.