Membership

Requirements for MEMBERSHIP

The Canadian Chapter of the International College of Applied Kinesiology and the courses offered are only open to those individuals who are healthcare professionals licensed to diagnose, or students enrolled in an accredited university or college program who, upon completion, will be granted a license to diagnose.

Select the membership that’s right for you and click through for full details and registration.

Note to current members (membership paid 2019): This website has been updated so you can manage your account and create a directory listing for your practice. Your username has changed. You should have received an email with your new username. If you have not received an email with your account information, send us a note and we will help you. Create a directory listing. Once logged in, follow the directions after clicking the blue “Create a listing” button. Include photos, a video and a description of the practice that attracts the kind of patients specialized in. These listings are search engine optimized so profiles show up in Google search results.  

For chiropractors (DC), as well as MD, ND, DMD; must have taken and passed the exam for the 100-Hour Basic Applied Kinesiology Certification Course to be included in the directory.

Includes:

Access to members-only content: Includes thought leadership from Canada and the international community.
Directory listing: Promote your practice on the national directory, so that more patients and referring doctors can find you.
Diplomate certification: Eligible to study and take the exam.
Diplomates (DIBAK): Promote your courses on the website at no fee.
Publish your research in the ICAK-Canada Digital Research Journal.
Professional network: Canada’s applied kinesiology community spans from coast to coast and extends beyond our borders.
Discounts: On local and international ICAK events.
Attend and vote: Vote at the Annual General Meeting. 
E-newsletter: Stay up to date on the latest applied kinesiology content, education, news and events.

For osteopaths (DO) who have taken and passed the exam for the 100-Hour Basic Applied Kinesiology Certification Course.

– OR –

International members of another ICAK chapter.

– OR –

First time taking an AK class (free til the end of year with code).

Includes:

Access to members-only content: Includes thought leadership from Canada and the international community.
Publish your research in the ICAK-Canada Digital Research Journal.

Professional network: Canada’s applied kinesiology community spans from coast to coast and extends beyond our borders.
Discounts: On local and international ICAK events.
E-newsletter: Stay up to date on the latest applied kinesiology content, education, news and events.

For students enrolled in an accredited university program who, upon completion, will be granted a license to diagnose.

Includes:

Access to members-only content: Includes thought leadership from Canada and the international community.
Professional network: Canada’s applied kinesiology community spans from coast to coast and extends beyond our borders.
Discounts: On local and international ICAK events.
E-newsletter: Stay up to date on the latest applied kinesiology content, education, news and events.

Login Instructions for Members

Members can log in to their accounts here or in the top right navigation to update profiles as they show in the directory. Make sure contact info is up-to-date and include a description of your practice’s area of specialization (patients, techniques, ailments etc) so that your practice is found by the kind of patients you provide care to. Members are responsible for the accuracy of their listings in the directory.

Questions? Get in touch with the ICAK-Canada Team.