The VM1 workshop will introduce participants to the models and concepts of functional biomechanics as viewed from Jean-Pierre Barral’s Visceral Manipulation approach. This method of evaluation and treatment is based on the concept that each of our internal organs rotates on a physiological axis. The focus is on the abdominal cavity and includes the organs, their membranes, ligaments, innervation, and their spatial functional interrelationships. Participants will learn basic manipulations for correcting abnormal motions and stress patterns within this cavity. It includes lectures, demonstrations, and practice for each technique presented.
Jean-Pierre Barral’s Visceral Manipulation is not just another manual therapy that we add to our work, but rather it is a “style” of communicating with the body. We are doing all of these techniques, not to FIX something in the body but rather to ‘wake up a little something’ as Jean-Pierre Barral says over and over again.
Barral said, “What we are wanting to do is to give the body a clear message.” “To be specific in a short time.” He says these things over and over. These are his messages of proprioceptive communication – his unique style and approach to working with patients.
Requirements: The course is directed to trained or certified health professionals or students who are completing studies to become health professionals, with palpation skills, experience, and knowledge in anatomy. Upon registering, you will receive a document with anatomical terms and structures, to be reviewed before the course starts. We are hoping that it will be of assistance in getting the most out of your participation.
The course will be taught in English, and translated in Greek.
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Cheiden 15, Athens 104 34
Access by metro: Victoria station.
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09:00 a.m. – 05:00 p.m on the Days 1-3
08:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. on Day 4.
Your reservation is complete when you fill in the registration form
and upon completing the deposit or full payment
June 3-6, 2021