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VM3 – Σπλαχνική Κινητοποίηση 3

 
 

Description

The Pelvis - VM3 focuses on the relationship between functional and structural mechanics of the pelvic system, while giving you the complete image of the pelvic organs. Based on what you learned in VM1 and VM2, you will gain the knowledge of how the pressures of these organs effect the pelvic organs. In VM-3 you will learn about the conditions that could develop by changes in the human body, like conditions that affect the urogenital organs in the pelvic system, that are actually related to changes in the muscular-skeletal system and vice versa. VM3 also includes hands-on practice, giving you the ability to manually improve these conditions and dysfunctions, which are caused by the shifting dynamics in the abdominal cavity and thoracic cavity.


Course Highlights

Learn to identify, receive and conduct Jean-Pierre Barral's method of evaluation and treatment for the organ systems of the pelvic cavity, including the integration of the pelvic organs with the complex ligament systems of that body region.

Discover techniques for differentiating between somatic and visceral causes for pelvic and low back problems.

Discover how to integrate the pelvic organs functional movement patterns.

Explore additional principles of direct and indirect approaches and their appropriate applications.

Integrate the pelvis into the body with principles of Lines of Tension and Interrelationships.

Upon completing the seminars of Visceral Manipulation, you will have the ability to look at the wholeness of a person (muscles, skeleton and organs), a complete image and understanding, a new style of manual therapy.


Venue

 
 

Registration Form

for the Visceral Manipulation 3 seminar in Athens

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1. To apply for the course, the participant must fill out the Registration Form available at https://www.upledger.gr/?lang=en or at ergotherapeia.com and then send it to the sponsor.

2. To book a spot, the participants must pay a fee of 240 euros in advance. The remainder of the course fee (400 euros for VM1, VM2, VM3 and VM4 or 500 euros for VM5 and VM6) must be paid within 7 business days before the start of the course at the latest.

3. For participants living abroad, the fee is 300 USD in advance. The rest of the fee (510 USD for VM1, VM2, VM3 and VM4 or 595 USD for VM5 and VM6) must be paid within 7 business days before the start of the course at the latest.

4. The fee in advance and payment dates are binding. Failure to pay the remainder of the course fee within 7 business days will mean that the participant has withdrawn from the course, in which case the advance payment will not be refunded.

5. For bank account details, please look at the email that you will receive after submitting the Registration Form.

6. The participant will be registered to the participants list upon payment of the fee in advance to the organizer’s bank account.

7. The participant has the right to withdraw from the course and receive a full refund of the fee in advance, if the withdrawal occurs at least 30 days before the beginning of the course.

8. To withdraw, please write an e-mail using this address: info@upledger.gr. The date of the e-mail will count as the date of withdrawal (in regards to term 7 above).

9. The organizer is responsible for providing: training room with workstations equipped with plinths, printed training materials, i.e. a study guide, and translation services for the duration of the course.

10. The organizer does not provide transport to the place of training, boarding or lodging.

11. The organizer reserves the right to cancel the course and refund the full course fee up to 21 days before the start of the course.

12. The organizer reserves the right to change the dates of the course. If, however, the participant cannot participate in the newly scheduled course, the organizer must refund any payments made by said participant.

13. The participant who signed and sent the Registration Form agrees to the above General Terms, financial conditions, and course dates. Any provisions not regulated by these General Terms will be governed by the provisions of the Civil Code.

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