President: Sabine Rosen
Born in: 1969
I combine the techniques as a kinesiologist with knowledge and experiences as a nutritionist, fytotherapist, massage therapist, nurse and acupuncturist. I started with kinesiology 1994.
Kinesiology modalities: In 1994-1996 I did a vocational training to hold a diploma as a kinesiologist. We had teachers from several continents with different modalities. Several techniques I use today coming from Richard Utt; Applied Physiology, 7 qi keys, Tao of Blood and other ways to work with his three- dimensional 7-element-theory.
I have had my practice since 1991 and do about 30 kinesiology treatments every week. I love it, and feel very humble to have the possibility to really meet other people on a deep level.”
Vice President: Marco Rado
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Marco Rado is a physical therapist, who started studying Kinesiology 20 years ago and, after studying many different approaches, he has specialized in the Applied Physiology branch of Kinesiology (which he was the first to introduce in Italy).
He has deepened his studies in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Manual Medicine, like Osteopathy and Facial Manipulation. Since 2003 he has developed his own classes, integrating western science and eastern traditional knowledge. Now he’s focusing on the Heart-Brain Interaction and the Energy aspects of the Heart.
I would like to deepen the contact between associations, especially those from Europe, to work together to have kinesiology recognized directly by the European Parliament as a profession”
Secretary: Nicolette Peyre
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Nationality : French
Born in 1954.
Started with Kinesiology : 1989
Initially trained as a Conference interpreter, she came to Belgium to work as a free-lance interpreter for the European Commission in 1989.
IASK member since 1994 and active in the Board since 2000.
Kinesiology Modalities : One Brain (3 in 1 Concepts), Touch for Health, Edu-K, Applied Physiology, SIPS, Blueprint (Educating Alternatives), Systemic Kinesiology ….
Although used to go to international meetings as an interpreter, I was new to friendly informal gatherings and have been enjoying every minute of it. With a team of Board members who are motivated and productive as well as warm and having a good sense of humour, I find working for IASK highly gratifying! I look forward to getting to know you at the next Conference.
Treasurer: Inge Harris
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Born in 1954
Initially trained as a secretary (languages).
Started with kinesiology in 1984 after having completed training as a naturopath and reflexologist, later as a healer. Good knowledge of nutrition and nutritional supplements.
Kinesiology modalities: Touch for Health, One Brain (3 in 1 concepts), Biokinesiology, Blueprint, the Brain, Yin Yang, Kinergetics, Transforming DNA memories, Return to Love.
I love to do energy work with clients using kinesiology as a feedback mechanism. I am happy to be a member of IASK (2014) being part of an international atmosphere exchanging ideas and knowledge in the field of kinesiology.
Board Member:Alexis Costello
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Nationality: Canadian, currently living is Costa Rica, IASK Board Member since 2013
Former owner of Happily Holistic and President of the Canadian Association of Specialized Kinesiology, Alexis moved to Costa Rica in 2016 to explore permaculture and holistic living. www.alexiscostello.com
Alexis is an international speaker and teacher, instructing classes in Touch for Health (including the Trainer program and Proficiency assessments), SIPS, and is the creator of the GEMS classes. She has offered keynote presentations for Touch for Health and IKC conferences, loves teaching others and making people laugh. Publisher of the online journal Specialized Kinesiology Magazine (www.gemskinesiology.com)
I believe we can make Specialized Kinesiology stronger and more recognizable by working together and having fun.
Board Member: Joe Kevelighan
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Former Chairperson of KAI (until March, 8 2014)
Member of the Board of Advisors: Annemarie Goldschmidt
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Born in 1935
Initially trained as a registered nurse and relaxation therapist.
Started with Kinesiology in 1980
IASK member since 1990 and active in the Board since 1993.
Kinesiology Modalities : Paedagogical Kinesiology, One Brain (3 in 1
Concepts), Blueprint (Educating Alternatives), Touch For Health, DNA, the
Brain –our greatest resource…
I love to teach classes and work with clients. I am good in communication skills and therefore happy to be involved in different jobs as Board member and Coordinator.
Board Member: Adam Lehman
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Adam has been involved with kinesiology and related healing art forms for over 30 years. He is Founder/Director of the Institute of BioEnergetic Arts & Sciences in Sonoma, California (www.kinesiohealth.com), and Founder/President of the non-profit Energy Kinesiology Awareness Council (www.healthybodyenergy.com).
Having had the privilege of studying with many of the founders in the field, Adam uses the integrative power of Kinesiology/muscle monitoring to help you achieve your wellness goals and live as if each moment is the best moment of their life. As a long time instructor and presenter, Adam is known for his energetic and humorous style, and his ability to make even difficult topics easy to understand and put into practical use.
Adam is an International Advanced Instructor and Instructor Trainer of Applied Physiology, as well as an instructor of many other kinesiology modalities. He has also created his own kinesiology training program – Become a BioLinguist™ – as well as many individual trainings such as Holographic Touch for Health™, Working With the Living Matrix, a Sentics Approach to Balancing Amygdala Emotions, and more. Adam is honored to be on the board of IASK and working with an esteemed group of international colleagues to help achieve the goals of the organization.
I just love sharing Kinesiology with others! I’m passionate about raising awareness of this incredible integrative tool, and I get excited as I see the light bulbs of my students go off when they “get it” and start putting to use their skills to help others. I also love the sense of community in this extraordinary field – I have amazing friends all over the world whom I respect and have so much fun with! I would not be the person I am today without this amazing work!