Frequently asked questionsFind the answers to frequently asked questions about our kinesiology taping and movement courses here.
Is this course suitable for me?
The course is suitable for all manual and movement Therapists. This includes Chiropractors, Osteopaths, Physiotherapists, Massage Therapists, Sports Therapists, Podiatrists, Personal trainers, Strength and Conditioning Coaches and Pilates Instructors. You only require a reasonable background knowledge of anatomy and to be working in an environment where you are performing treatment, rehabilitation or performance improvement work with your clients.
I have never taped before will I be too inexperienced?
No. On theÂ day we go through the basics of taping, both practical and theoretical elements. ROCKTAPE also has an extensive collection of videos on youtube to help you familiarise yourself with some techniques. One of our lecturers has also produced a Kinesiology Taping DVD which is a great resource to learn from before and after attending a course.Â www.
I have already attended a course by another provider. What can I learn from your teaching?
FMT1 contains lots of great tips and tapings that are unique the ROCKTAPE education program. Even experienced taperâ€™s say that they have picked up new ideas. If you feel comfortable with the basics of taping and are looking for the next step then join us on the FMT2 programme. In FMT2 Weâ€™ll review some taping theory and practical elements and then move onto some applications we are sure will be new to you â€“ this includes our widely acclaimed Powertaping Method.
How does RT differ from other taping companies teaching?
We try to make things as simple and functional as possible, and base our material on what research evidence is telling us about how taping works.
We donâ€™t believe in teaching recipes.
We believe there is no single â€˜rightâ€™ way to tape an injury.
We teach concepts not dictum.Â Â
We endeavor to be the most friendly, helpful and inclusive taping education company. Please let us know how we are doing with thisâ€¦