Practical Course


The practical course consists of 4 different modules, each taught over a weekend with 4 weeks in between modules during which students are required to complete case study sessions to practice the techniques.

After the 3rd module students are given 3 months to complete all the prescribed case study sessions, pass the online theory exam and the practical exam. All students will be using the Lyno Student App during the course.

  • Note that the courses can only be done in the exact order as listed.
  • The average time to complete the practical course is 6 months.
  • Payable in 4 instalments


05 & 06 Aug
02 & 03 Sep
07 & 08 Oct
02 & 03 Dec
23 Mills Circle, Hayfields, Pietermarizburg, KwaZulu-Natal South Africa COST

4 Modules per Course


The assessment, analysis and release of linear movement patterns.


The assessment, analysis and release of the upper body and leg spiral patterns.


The assessment, analysis and release of the scapula and arm patterns.


A consolidation of the full assessment, analysis and release, demonstrated through case study examples.

Each Student Receives

We expect that all attendees will be familiar with the basic knowledge of movement and the main muscles responsible for these movements. All the anatomy is included in the pdf manual which will be sent to you upon payment.

  • The digital and downloadable pdf manual of the relevant course module on payment*
  • Access to the student version of the LYNO application for that specific module on the day of the practical module.


No refunds will be given once you have gained access to our intellectual property.

More About The Course

The student version of the LYNO application is used during the course and afterwards to record the case study information and data.

The digital manual acts as revision of the practical course and consists of text, pictures, videos and quizzes. Students are expected to work through the digital manual and complete all the quizzes before the start of the next module.

Attached to the digital course manual is the Case Study Indemnity form which should be signed by all case study volunteers.


Attendees must attend the course in the exact order. You may however attend a Module at a different venue, as long as your modules are done in the correct sequence.

Practical Work

Attendees are expected to complete 12 practical case study sessions after Modules 1 and 2 and 36 case study sessions after Module 3. The case study sessions are all recorded on the student application, and students need to upload their completed case study lists onto the digital manual to get access to the next course module.


The case study work is compulsory and students who have not completed the required amount of case study sessions, will not be admitted to the next course module.

Access to the certification exam will be granted once a student has completed the final 36 practical sessions as well as Module 4. The Module 4 course is a consolidation course and consists of a series of practical case studies where students interact to practice problem-solving.


The cost of the full course is R13,400.

Payments are due in 4 installments, with the first payment (deposit) of R3,400 due on registration, the 2nd and 3rd payment of R3,400 will be due 1 month before Modules 2 and 3 and the final payment of R3,200 due 1 month before the 4th Module.

Note that exams need to be done within 2 months after the Module 4 course. Only students who pass the online theory exam (included in the course price) and the practical exam will become certified practitioners and get access to the full LYNO application and brand content.

The cost of the practical exam is R1,600.


To become a CERTIFIED LYNO PRACTITIONER, a student must:

  • Attend all 4 modules in the correct order
  • Perform the total of 60 case study sessions as described (12 + 12 + 36)
  • Pass the online theory exam with a minimum mark of 70%
  • Pass the practical exam

As a certified practitioner you will pay a monthly subscription fee of R350.00 and this gives you access to the following:

  • You are listed on the LYNO website
  • You may advertise under the LYNO brand name and have access to all our marketing and branding material
  • You have access to the LYNO application
  • You receive all the updates of course materials, marketing, etc
  • You may attend any practical course modules at a 50% discount
  • The yearly online Refresher course
Where do I begin, from the day I first messaged Chandelle I felt like I was in an atmosphere of passion and honesty. I felt so accommodated as well as understood, she never came across like she knew more then me and was quick to answer any questions and kept me from doubting myself. She is motivating and really just wants the best for her students.
Karmen Labuschagne
Lyno Student
Where do I begin, from the day I first messaged Chandelle I felt like I was in an atmosphere of passion and honesty. I felt so accommodated as well as understood, she never came across like she knew more then me and was quick to answer any questions and kept me from doubting myself. She is motivating and really just wants the best for her students.
Karmen Labuschagne
Lyno Student

The Lyno Method

Providing The Solution for Chronic Injuries

Benita Kropman developed the LYNO Method in the 90’s while working as a physiotherapist with elite athletes and triathletes.

Her frustration in dealing with chronic recurring injuries encouraged her to investigate the role of fascia mobility as the cause of the problem.

This lead to her creating an holistic methodology which assesses the full body and guides her to the cause of chronic injuries.

In this program, you will be guided systematically on the way to assessing, understanding and analyzing the body, to find the patterns that you clients are using to avoid areas where old unresolved trauma is trapped in their bodies.

Learn How To

Perform a comprehensive holistic assessment of fascia mobility

Use the Bunkie Test to evaluate full-body functionality

Conduct a thorough analysis of the body and apply algorithms to identify injury patterns

Utilise the LYNO app with built-in digital goniometer for all measurements and analysis

Apply a pain-free non-invasive technique of fascia release , based on the Polyvagal Concept, targeting the underlying cause of the injury

Create ‘Yellow Page Wedges’ to reactivate function through proprioception
Provide education on lifestyle and training management to prevent future injury patterns

Unresolved Trauma

Unresolved trauma can point back to previous injuries, overload, surgery or emotional experiences which was perceived by the body as OVERWHELMING.

In stead of resolving these events, these memories become trapped in the fascia, causing areas of chronic fascia restrictions.

We gradually learn how to ignore and move around these restrictions, causing misalignment of our bodies , dysfunctional movement patterns and overloading of other non-related structures.

The result is chronic symptoms in areas of the body that are remote to the original trauma and that do not respond to symptomatic treatment.

The answer lies in finding the areas of unresolved trauma and guiding the body back to full function.

Which Clients Will Benefit From This Approach?

We work with all age-groups, from babies to the elderly, for example:

Young children with bad walking habits

Non-structural scoliosis

Recurring sport injuries

Incorrect posture

Chronic pain

Cerebral palsy

Immobility in the elderly

Post surgery immobility

General inflexibility

Improve sport performance


Chronic headaches & many others