NEW ! Fascia training für the organs

Since many years the manual treatment of organs based on visceral manipulation is an essential part of osteopathy and other manual treatment concepts. If visceral manipulation is done precisely and with care, results will be amazingly stable.  Nevertheless, patients keep asking "What can I contribute myself?” And for therapists who do manual work the question remains: In which way can we stimulate the patient`s own potential?
In this course we will deal with the basic knowledge of the "mobility" of the organs incuced by the diaphragm. And after that we will get to know a cycle of exercises that we can use for self-help or to train our patients. Exploring individual exercises and partner exercises, we deal with the fascial envelope layer of liver, stomach, lungs, heart and kidneys and individual sections of the digestive tract. For the organs inside the abdomen, we pay attention to the role of the fluid layer between the individual organs, the so-called serosa, and their spacious flow of motion. In this context, we will get to know tests, that will enable us to make a meaningful and effective choice of exercises. The focus of the course is practical learning. The exercises are designed to generally train our physical awareness and to specifically affect the individual organs and their connections with the musculoskeletal system.
This three-day course is open to therapists from various manual disciplines, but above all to movement teachers and colleagues who work with Yoga and Tai Chi.


Your instructor

Peter Schwind

   Peter Schwind, Dr. phil. HP

Dr. phil., HP Peter Schwind, Rolfer® und Heilpraktiker, hat seine Ausbildung am von Ida Rolf begründeten Rolf Institute of Structural Integration® in…
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  Date

Friday, 24.04.2020
- Sunday, 26.04.2020

(3 days)
German
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570,00 €
payment until 27.02.2020

Tanztendenz
5th floor
Lindwurmstr. 88
80337 Munich
Germany