Michael Kokinos is an Anthroposophic Physiotherapist, certified at the Goetheanum in 2015. He practices craniosacral therapy and is a founding member of the International Anthroposophic Network for Cranio-Sacral Therapy (IAN-CST). He is the director of Blue Sky Therapies – an intergrative health clinic with offices in Melbourne, Noosa and Katherine. He is also a member of the International Association of Anthroposophic Body Therapies (IAABT : www.iaabt-medsektion.net/en/)
He holds a Masters of Health Management and has served as an advisor to the Australian Government on a number of ministerial boards in the fields of public health, disability and rural/remote primary health care. He is a regular faculty member in the annual IPMT training in Anthroposophic Medicine, teaching therapists in Australia and kindergarten/primary teachers about salutogenesis in early childhood education in India.
A section of his masters was looking at research into health promotion in schools. Michael works as a consultant with Steiner schools internationally specializing in the use of rhythm and movement in the curriculum. Michael also works in NT Indigenous community development and trauma rehabilitation and is the project manager for a Steiner inspired creche project in Arnhem land communities.
Michael is currently the Secretary of the Board and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org