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Join the Walkfeeling team

If you, like us, have seen the healing potential of Walkfeeling, why not join us on our mission to free people from tension, pain and suffering.

We offer professional training programmes through the Walkfeeling Academy, led by:

Tommy

Tommy Olausson
Walkfeeling Founder and Head Trainer

Tommy is an Osteopath DO and trained postural therapist.

Camilla

Camilla Svensson
Head Trainer

Camilla is a former pilot and an Osteopath DO

About the course itself…

The Walkfeeling professional training takes place over four separate weekends; 11 days of training in total. For 2018, the dates are:

  • 2018 DATES COMING SOON

    Dates will be made available soon.

The cost of the Walkfeeling professional training is £3,679.00 and includes all materials and tuition fees. The following core modules will be covered in the training:

Module 1:
What is Walkfeeling?

What does it stand for? Why is it so effective? What is the safe zone? And why is it so important to focus on how the foot meets the floor?

Module 2:
Anatomy

Considering the body as a unit, understanding the fasciella links, and how injuries are related to movement patterns.

Module 3:
Biomechanics

Building up gentle movement patterns, the suspension of the body, how the body finds freedom of movement, seeing feeling behind biomechanics, minimizing energy consumption in motion.

Module 4:
Body awareness

Listening to your body, your capabilities in motion.

Module 5:
Recovery from injury

Healing your body through movement. Learning to see natural movement and the subtleties of different movements.

Module 6:
Working with clients

Your capacity as a coach, communication and connection, treatment through movement.

Module 7:
Building and developing your practice

In addition to receiving your academic training, you will be offered guidance on how to build your practice.

In addition to the training weekends, you will also receive monthly group conference calls, as well as personal, 1-2-1 supervision and coaching from a qualified Walkfeeling coach.

All training weekends take place at: Regents University, Inner Circle, London, NW1 4NS.

Are you ready to take the next step?

Our training programme has been designed to meet the needs of three different groups of people, based on your level of anatomy knowledge:

Level Existing qualification requirement Personal practice requirement Walkfeeling qualification
1 Medical training, involving the study of anatomy, for example:

  • Osteopath
  • Chiropractor
  • Physiotherapist
  • General Practitioner
Established practice Walkfeeling practitioner
2 Other therapeutic qualifications, included, but not limited to:

  • Homeopathy
  • Massage
  • Acupuncture
  • Hypnotherapy
Ideally Walkfeeling practitioner
3 No formal qualifications are required Not required Walkfeeling coach

Before you complete a formal application to join the course, you may like to discuss the course in more detail and ask any questions you may have. Please email [email protected] to set up a call.

Applying for the course

Places at the Walkfeeling training academy are limited and highly sought after. We are looking for [compassionate], [descriptor] and [descriptor] people who share our philosophy and ethos.

The application process involves two steps:

  1. Completing a application form
  2. A telephone/online interview

For applicants who are accepted onto the course, we ask that fees (£3,679.00) are paid in full and are due prior to the start of the first training weekend. If necessary, we can make special arrangements for a payment plan, however additional fees will apply. Please contact [email protected] if you wish to discuss a payment plan.

Alternatively, national or local charitable trusts may be able to help finance your course; information on these can be found online or at large public libraries. For example, “The Guide to Major Trusts for Individuals in Need”, “Directory of Grant Marketing Trusts” and “Grants Register” are useful publications to help find an appropriate charitable trust.