Integrative course I

DKK33,000.00

Integrative Therapy

Integrative Therapy is a great tool for deeply balancing imbalances in the structural field, as well as in the vegetative, visceral, emotional, nervous system, etc. The proposal of our school, Integrative Therapy, consists of integrating Neuroinformational Kinesiology, sensory stimulation and Craniosacral Therapy based Cranial Osteopathy, to generate a powerful and complete training in the area of fluidic system

“Everything in life manifests itself through energy or movement” H. Magoun
240 hours  –  A weekend a month for 11 months 1 st level
LIMITED PLACES

https://manualtherapycourses.dk/program-biointegrative-therapy-course

Price 30 000 kr.  3000 kr discount if you pay for the course in advance.

Course for massage therapists who want a serious and different training in advanced manual therapy 

Description

Integrative Therapy is a great tool for deeply balancing imbalances in the structural field, as well as in the vegetative, visceral, emotional, nervous system, etc. The proposal of our school, Integrative Therapy, consists of integrating Neuroinformational Kinesiology, sensory stimulation and Craniosacral Therapy from Cranial Osteopathy, to generate a powerful and complete training in the area of fluidic Osteopathy.

Course based on the understanding and comprehension of craniosacral , fluidic systems , and in addition to the tools of kinesiology, (this is used to make corrections and testing), we also incorporate the work and relationships that makes the posturology with the nervous system and sensors, and how they relate to the overall body.

Precise overview of the physiological basis of the mechanical functioning of the cranial mechanical functioning of the cranial membrane system.
– Theoretical-anatomical bases 
– Understanding of the expansion effects of the Primary Respiratory

PROGRAM

  • Osteopathic philosophy and concept. Osteopathic etiology
  •  Communication skills, psycho-emotional knowledge.
  • History and principles of Cranial therapy.
  • Membrane tension of membranes.
  • The Primary Respiratory Mechanism (PRM).
  •  Reviews of Sutherland, Magoun, Wales, Upledger, Barral, Fryman, Jelous, Becker, Liem, etc.
  • Sutures, pivots, buttresses and cranial pillars.
  •  Fluidic expansion. The arteriovenous system and its influence on the primary respiratory movement. The venous sinuses.
  • Cranial anatomy and physiology. Osteology, neuroanatomy,
  • Cranial radiology.

 

 The cranial neuro- and viscera.

  •  Conventional and Biointegrative osteopathic concept. Osteopathic methodology.
  • Cranial Biomechanics. Occipital, frontal, temporal, parietal, sphenoid, ethmoid, vomer, upper maxilla, lower maxilla, zygomatic bone, nasal bone, palatines. Teeth.
  • The fascial system, the four diaphragms.
  • Myovisceroneurofascial chains.
  • The child’s skull. Childbirth. Children’s craniosacral therapy
  • Cranial injuries. Flexion, extension, torsion, sidebending, rotation rotation, lateral strain, vertical strain, dural twist, sacral injuries, temporomandibular injuries, upper cervical spine injuries. mandibular injuries.
  • Support of self-healing forces.
  • The art of listening.
  • Pumping and venous drainage.
  • Tissue connection and signs of integration.
  • Decompression techniques (lift, CV3, CV4, etc.).
  • Fascio-energetic untwisting techniques.
  • Specific cranial techniques according to fixations.
  • Exaggeration, indirect techniques, direct technique, induction, sutural techniques, disengagement, modelling, multi-hand technique.
  • Support by pulmonary respiration
  • Compression-decompression pulmonary breathing
  • Compression-decompression, membranous and fluidic techniques.
  • Compression-decompression, membranous and fluidic techniques.
  • Compression-decompression techniques
    and fluidic techniques.
  • Visceral, viscero-cranial, fulcrum and fascial leverage points.
  • Tissue listening. Tides and lines of force.
  • Reciprocal tension movement and inertial and natural fulcrums.
  • The long tide, the medium tide
  • Craniosacral therapy in relation to embryological development.
  • Listening Stations, Point of balance, Still point, V-spread, unwinding.
  • Somatoemotional release, neural manipulation and reflex points.

Contents in Biointegrative

  • Kinesiology applied to Craniosacral Therapy.
  • Neuroinformational kinesiology and infant sensory stimulation.
  • Bioenergetic, neurofocal and holistic dentistry applied to craniosacral therapy.
  • Craniosacral Therapy.
  • Craniosacral therapy and occlusion.
  • Manual therapy  and visual system.
  • Behavioural optometry.
  • Postural receptors.
    Primitive reflexes and sensory stimulation.
  • Referral protocols. Interdisciplinary work.
  • Craniosacral therapy and muscle chains.
  • Somatoemotional and emotional cyst release. Memory of the Tissue memory.
  • Therapeutic dialogue. Significant Upledger detector.
  • Clinic and methodology in Craniosacral Therapy. 

Primary Respiratory Movement (PRM)

  • Study of osteology and cranial mechanics in order to understand capacity of movement and repercussion on other peripheral structures.
  •  Development and awareness of cranial “listening” skills.
  •  Development and awareness of the application of general body MRP and the different types of tides.and the different types of tides.
  •  Integration of Energetic system. Meeting points between Traditional Chinese Medicine and manual therapy.
  •  Integration of Cranial system in Posturology. Work of the postural sensors with Biointegrative Neuroinformational technique.
  • Referral protocols. Interdisciplinary work.
  •  Kinesiology applied to Cranial system.
  • Somatoemotional technique
  •  Provision of didactic material, texts, images. 
  • Periodic evaluations and work groups. Clinical cases.

Detailed programme: https://manualtherapycourses.dk/program-biointegrative-therapy-course

 

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