|Kitya Nowicki's profile page|
|Kitya Nowicki qualified as a physiotherapist in 1984 at University of the Witwatersrand. An intern year at Baragwanath hospital piqued an interest in ‘special needs’ children and neurological reflex integration. 1985 was one of the ‘unrest’ years and dealing with consequences of trauma was part of the education.|
In 1986 kitya completed BSc sports medicine honors at University of Cape Town. Her paper noted the effect of overtraining on the hypothalamic pituitary axis. Again - neuro-adaptability as a concept!
Working as a sports physio in Cape Town,Kitya came to recognize the value of peoples' passion and of their health, as well as the challenges of injury and disability.
Acupuncture concepts and dry needling were being introduced in physiotherapeutic circles so Kitya adventured to Sri Lanka where she benefited from Anton Jarasuriya’s heartfelt teachings.
Then Kitya did a 2 year ‘stint’ in various outpatient departments of the United Kingdom’s national health service. In London she was exposed to the teachings of Jill Pearce – harmonic resonator, and her husband Rupert Sheldrake – metamorphic resonance theory. This exposure to the effect of resonance on the body awakened a passion to integrate these concepts into her work.
On returning to South Africa the logical progression was to investigate kinesiology. Touch for Health ustilises a Chinese medical model as well as vibrational concepts to assess neuroadaptability. 1982 she established Integral Health to attract practitioners of all body mind therapies to investigate TFH and other specialized kinesiologies.
1996 Kitya was introduced to the concept of Craniosacral respiration and its profound contribution to health. She helped launch the South African institute of Craniosacral therapy.
She utilized these techniques in private practise until 2008.
Presently kitya promotes the education of Kinesiology and Craniosacral therapy.
She consults in Cape Town for 4 months of the year.
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|Telephone 1||021 685 5353|
|Practice/Training venue||10 Erin Rd|
|Postal address||P.O box 64 |
|Availability||tues - thurs|
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