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  • KANZ Conference Wrap Up

    The Kinesiology Association of New Zealand held its annual conference at the weekend. It was good to catch up with friends from last year.

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  • Preparing for the KANZ Conference

    Display set up, AKA 2017.

    I can’t believe it’s just 2 months to the Kinesiology Conference in New Zealand. It feels like no time at all since I presented last time!

    ( *The photo, left, was taken at the Australian conference about a month after the KANZ 2017 conference. )

    I can’t wait to get back over to New Zealand and explore a little more of the country. It’s gorgeous and the people there are friendly.

    My plan was to be in NZ for 2-3 weeks but as I am in the process of moving house, I’ve had to alter my plans and trim it back to just a week in Auckland. I had planned to spend some time on the road as I want to go to Rotorua and several other places. And return to Wellington.

    I will see if I can make a return trip in November this year or February next year and tour for 2-3 weeks as originally planned. We will see if there is interest in the workshops.

    This trip, I’m lucky to be hosted by Allene Gibson, a kinesiologist from Auckland. The workshops and other events I have planned will be run from her workshop and clinic.

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  • Win a Copy of Skyflowers Emotions!


    To celebrate the release of Skyflowers Emotions, we are giving away a free copy of (1) the manual AND (2) the desktop app for Mac or Windows to one lucky winner – valued at $85.

    To enter the draw, simply share this post on Facebook or retweet this tweet on Twitter. Likes don’t count as an entry. Winner will be drawn on October 28th, 2016.

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  • Skyflowers Emotions. Designed for Real Self Development.


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    The Human Mind. Clearly Defined.

    After a string of delays, Skyflowers Emotions has finally been released. The dictionary was originally set for release in May 2016. Then June. Then July. Then August. Then September. I chose to delay the release rather than publish something that I wasn’t fully happy with. So here we are nearly 6 months after the original deadline. And it’s done!

    Call me a perfectionist but if you are writing a dictionary of emotions then it needs to be spot on. Every one of them needs to be clear. Especially when this was the main reason for writing the manual in the first place.

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