Neuro Course



This 9-weekend course is for those professionals who understand that working with the brain and nervous system is the key to treatment with our clients, and taking our results in therapy and training to a higher level.

Working with the brain is working with the orchestra conductor of our body.
Working with the brain means acting directly on biological and physiological processes, from inflammation, pain, insomnia, movement/exercise, and information processes and pathways in brain  (afferent and efferent ) etc.. because everything in the human body is going to be controlled by the brain and nervious system, So why waste time focusing on systems lower of  the body’s hierarchy?

I’m sorry todisturb you, but you won’t find an affordable course in neurology for alternative therapists in all of Scandinavia. and no so  advanced as this one

9 weekends where we will talk about neuroanatomy, pain, movement, restriction, immune system, neurophysiology, neuromechanics, vagus nerve, Insula ,amygdala, Nucleus of tractus solitarius , descending inhibitory pathways of pain, sympathetic and parasympathetic system and much more 

We start in April in  Frederiksberg 

4000 kroner each seminar



Neuro course for manual therapists and trainers

Neuro-course : What are you going to learn in this course?

You will learn to work with the boss, to modify the information system (questions) to have a different response system (pain, inflammation, spasticity and stiffness, improve digestion, menstruation, work on the immune system, (osteoarthritis… ) emotional field.,…

1 seminar: Introduction to the neuro world

Concepts and bases
Neuroanatomy, neurophysiology and neuropathology


Importance of understanding neuroplasticity and structural changes in the brain:

  • Epigenetics
    Neurophysiology. The nervious system.
    Neurophysiology. The motor input. Proprioception.
    Neurophysiology. The Papez Circuit. The emotions.
    Muscle readjustment.
    The biomechanics. Movement analysis.
    The biomechanics. Muscle chains.
    The biomechanics. The movement under load.
    Balance. Portrait design.
    Horizontal layout.
    The breathing.
    The posture.
    The posture. Real case
    Body awareness.
    Mobility and motor control.
    Movement and pain.
    The lower movement.
    The top move.
    The emotions.
    Practical proposal.

Seminars 2 and 3: Autonomic Nervous System

Clinical reasoning
Physiology and anatomy of the nervous system

We learn to quantify and analyze the autonomic nervous system objectively, before and after the session to quantify the development and result of our therapies.
Clinical reasoning according to the latest scientific advances.

In these two modules you will learn to build your therapy based on the results of the analysis, working on the physiological mechanisms, hormonal system, and paying attention to the correct stimulation of afferent pathways: Vagus nerve, trigemino-vagal system, splanchnic pathways, motor control, respiratory control, and as a manual technique it is taught to manipulate the sympathetic vagal system working on the receptor fields of the vagus and trigeminal nerve-


The SNA solution. Current clinical neuroscience. New concepts.
Sympathetic and Parasympathetic SNA Anatomy – brief review.
Functional classification of the ANS – brief review.
Neurophysiology of chronic stress.
The main problem of modernity.


Central regional network
Communication channels of the autonomous system
neural pathways
humoral pathways
Central and peripheral integrating mechanisms
Viscero-somatic relations
Viscero-visceral relations
Viscero-emotional relationships


The connector. Learning the magic of connecting dots.
Introduction to interoception
How is my SNA regulated?
Gut–Brain Axis
HPA axis
Neuroimmune System (basics)
Introduction to Neurovisceral Integration – Science as the guiding thread of the therapeutic approach
Heart rate variability – Sympathovagal balance


Heart rate variability as a therapeutic and diagnostic tool
HRV: How, when and why to verify?
Clinical reasoning through HRV
The HRV: Awakening for physical and mental health
Classification of loops and comprehensive assessment of patients
Framework of the hunter for the Integral approach of patients


Science-backed pain and ANS assessment tools
Advanced clinical reasoning: awakening the  hunter
Reasoning by mechanisms
Real clinical cases applied
Maneuvers and techniques for the correct integration of the autonomic response.
Assessment of the receiving fields
humoral techniques
Visceral techniques
SNA stimulation and inhibition techniques
Home guidelines
Respiratory techniques for the sympathetic and parasympathetic approach
Self-regulation techniques

Seminar 4; Bases of chronicity, treatment and neurological deprogramming

We treat chronicity from a mechanism and stimulus perspective and do not focus on the tissue.
What question-answer information is being given to the nervous system that is maintaining chronicity?

    • BLOCK I: Cognitive conceptual pain management unit.

    • BLOCK II: Expanding important concepts in the explanation of chronic pain to improve the level of understanding.

    • BLOCK III: Progressive muscle relaxation and Schultz Bodyscan with the aim of breaking that cycle of pain contractures and myfascial tensions.

    • BLOCK IV: Techniques for focusing the attention that trains the patient in acquiring the basic knowledge of mindfulness and molding.

    • BLOCK V: Techniques for dealing with emotions, changes in the physiological processes that trigger an exacerbation of pain, learning to deal with the most disturbing and predisposing negative emotions, which trigger a gradual worsening of the pain syndrome. Acquire the parameters of assertive behavior.

    • BLOCK VI: Cognitive restructuring techniques. To use appropriate adaptive, constructive thinking to deal with chronic pain syndrome and combat negative automatic thoughts.

    • BLOCK VII: Practical integration of sessions on emotional management and cognitive restructuring. Changing the cycle of eternity.

    • BLOCK VIII: Block with integral visualization exercises and integral application of the therapeutic protocol.

      Pain modulation with acupuncture needles

Seminar 5

Previous seminars the therapeutic action has been to change the afferent information using passive techniques, now we begin to delve into motor control,
When you work with motor control, you increase the ability to generate different responses and increase the possibility of responses and motor and sensory options, improve predictability and decrease catastrophizing, therefore eliminating or reducing preventive pain

In this seminar we work on the specific

What is muscle activation?
Arguments and objectives, why and what to use muscle activation
muscular physiology
mechanoreceptors, neuromuscular spindle tendons

Overall test of:

  • Knee: flexors and extensors
  • Hip flexors, extensors, adductors and abductors
  • Spine: lateral flexion and rotation
  • Shoulder: flexion, extension, adduction and abduction
  • Rotator cuff
  • Neck flexion extension
  • Specific tests and corrections of:
  • Biceps femoris
  • Semitendinosus
  • Vastus medialis
  • Vastus lateralis
  • Popliteus
  • Anterior rectus
  • Psoas
  • Tensor fasciae latae
  • Gluteus maximus
  • Gluteus medius
  • Gracilis muscle
  • Adductor longus
  • Adductor magnus
  • Adductor longus
  • Transversus abdominis (upper and lower)
  • Internal obliques.
  • Lumbar quadratus
  • Iliocostalis
  • Multifidus
  • Serratus anterior

  • Upper trapezius

  • Lower trapezius

  • Middle trapezius

  • Rhomboids

  • Latissimus dorsi

  • Pectoralis major

  • Supraspinatus Infraspinatus

  • Subscapular

  • Neck

Seminar  6 neuromuscular system Hips and legs

In this course, we move from  the more specific parts to the global .

As we know the dysfunctions and compensations for problems in the ankles, knees or hips will be transmitted over time to other parts of the body,
In this course, especially focused on these areas, you will learn to evaluate and treat these problems in your clients.
We start with legs and hips.
We learn to use the tests, both neurofunctional and mobility.
It is these tests (and not the client’s pain) that decide our therapy. Second step is to learn the corrections to improve the neuromuscular system.
Kinetics is a system that, working through the muscles, focuses on stimulating the parts of the brain that control pain and movement.

We learn to evaluate and correct:

  • Lack of mobility and pain in

    • Internal/external rotation, flexion/extension, hip abduction and adduction in both prone and supine positions

    • Knee flexion and extension

    • Ankle flexion extension

  • Therapy using isometric

Seminar 7 :Upper limbs

We work evaluating with movement tests, and neurofunctional shoulder, elbow and hand.
glenohumeral joint
Due to its low stability, the glenohumeral joint is a treatment priority, although it will always be the information from the tests that determines if it is a reality in your client.

We evaluate and correct:

  Gleonohumeral joint 

  • Flexion/extension

  • Abduction/adduction

  • Horizontal abduction/adduction

  • External and internal rotation


  • Flexion and extension

  • Supination/pronation


  • Flexion/extension

  • Abduction/ adduction

Seminar  8 Final countdown

We are going to learn how to correct the pain in  back, chest , low back and abdominal area

  • Transverse plane (spinal rotations supine and prone)

  • Front plane

  • Lateral flexion of the spine with different rotations

  • Sagittal plane

  • Flexion and extension of the spine

  • Transition zones

  • Psoas and company

  • Spine flexion with hip rotations

  • Spine extension with hip extension

  • Internal rotation of the glenohumeral joint

  • Reverse hip and spine movements

Seminar 9 : Stress and neuroscience

Connection between the nervous system and the body from a neurophysiological perspective 

This hyperactivation of the nervous system leads to a loss of energy, effectiveness and has negative repercussions on the person’s social and family relationships, and on their physical health.

Today’s society has reached a point where we live on permanent alert, accumulating tensions and discomforts until the time comes when our body (body-mind) cannot take it anymore, “discharges” in the way it can and not always in those ways. they are the best or most positive for the person.

That is why it is vital to learn to manage stress properly so as not to have to go through extreme situations that we may later regret.

 You will discover how you can manage your stress and therefore feel safe and confident in your reactions and behaviors.

Identify the physiological symptoms of your stress.
Know and identify the causes and factors of your stress.
Reduce the effects of stress in your life.
Delve into stress prevention techniques.
Establish a process for dealing with your stress
Learn the correct management of stress-related emotions.


What is stress?

The 3 phases of stress
Factors that intervene from the energy point of view
Factors that intervene from the psychic, corporal and biochemical point of view
Self-sabotage: energetic, limiting beliefs, conflicting parts
Stress and its manifestations
Manifestations of sustained stress over time

36 000 kr – 9 seminars. 

We start in April


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