Further information and how to book your place can be found at: eso.ac.uk
There are no osteopathic techniques that do not involve the fascia; whatever techniques you choose you must involve it. The fascia is the first point of defense against disease and stores trauma patterns. It links all osteopathic techniques.
This second part will allow us to deepen our knowledge of the fascia. We will discuss the various applications of fascia, with particular interest in the cell memory. We then address the more subtle techniques such as electromagnetism, the significance of the dates of injuries and mental techniques.
Although it is essential to devote a portion of this course to theory, to capture all the subtleties of the fascia, most time will be devoted to practical applications. Over the 3-days, we will consider techniques that correspond to the different operational aspects of fascias. The following will be considered and discussed, including clinical relevance and technical application to all parts of the body:
- Structural Techniques
- Listening and induction therapy
- General fascial equilibration and dura mater techniques
- The ‘transfixing’ techniques
- The techniques of ‘desideration’+ self correction
- Aging of lesions
- Notions of epigenetics
- The cellular memory
- Applications for elderly patients, pregnant women and treating fertility problems
- An introduction to a new notion of Intentional Medicine and Quantic Medicine
About the speaker:
A graduate of the European School of Osteopathy, Serge has taught at the ESO as well as other schools including: the College Internationale d’Osteopathy (CIDO) in St. Etienne, France; the Viennese School of Osteopathy (WSO); the French Osteopathic College (COF) in Paris and the German Osteopathic School (OSD) in Hamburg.