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About the course
This 6-hour CPD workshop builds on the Still Technique Part 2: Introduction to Still Technique workshop. Still Technique Part 2 provides an opportunity to revise, practice & refine the techniques introduced in Part 1, & will explore the application of Still Technique to the ribs, the thoracic & cervical spines, & the upper & lower extremities. It will also look at its applied role in the external treatment of the coccyx.
09:00-09:30 Arrival & registration
09:30-11:00 Revision of Still Technique theory & concepts
Practical: Masterclass Part 1 techniques & external treatment of the coccyx
11:00-11:15 Tea / Coffee
11:15-13:00 Practical: Rib 2-10 & thoracic spine techniques
14:00-15:15 Practical: Cervical spine techniques
15:15-15:30 Tea / Coffee
15:30-16:45 Practical: Upper & lower extremity techniques
16.45-17:00 Final thoughts & reflection
About the course leaders
Jonathan Edis graduated from the former British School of Osteopathy (BSO) now University College of Osteopathy (UCO) 2001. From 2002, he has combined work in general osteopathic practice with lecturing & clinical roles at the UCO.
In 2004, Jonathan visited the German Osteopathic College’s annual osteopathic symposium in Bavaria, where he attended a three day Still Technique workshop with Pierre Bachand, a colleague of its creator, Richard Van Buskirk. After using it extensively in practice, he has been teaching Still Technique in the UK & Europe since 2010. He has also delivered continuous professional development lectures on anatomy & structural osteopathic manipulative technique.
Glynn Booker graduated from the BSO in 2004 and has operated his own practice in Greenwich since 2007. He began teaching osteopathy in the same year.
Glynn has had extensive experience (including teaching experience) in climbing, snowboarding, martial arts, kites and juggling whilst working in various walks of life before starting osteopathy. He learnt the Still Technique in Bavaria in 2004 at the European Symposium and has been teaching the technique since 2010. He has also been teaching “orthodox” technique at the UCO since 2009 and a clinic tutor since 2007. He has fulfilled niche roles in outreach clinics, teaching in clinics for the elderly, the homeless and HIV patients. He became a clinic team Leader in 2014.