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Agenda Denmark

We are very excited and pleased to announce that we will be offering the unique opportunity to study, for the first time in Denmark,

a professional training course in Integrative Manual Therapy (IMT). The professional training consists of a 2 Levels,

each one consisting of a 140-hour program, divided into five 3.5 day - modules.

To give the student time to allow for optimal practical integration of the content and material provided,

each training level will be organized over the course of 12 months: 

LEVEL 1 training go from January 2021 until December 2021.  LEVEL 2 training will be organized for the 2022 calendar year. 

To allow for an optimal learning environment, the course will be limited to a maximum of 20 students. 

 

This training will offer quite a different approach than those that focus on

traditional physiotherapy concepts and classical and structural osteopathy techniques.

Based on the bioenergetic/motility model, time and emphasis will be placed on developing keen palpation skills

and awareness of subtle phenomenon such as fulcrums, lines of force and vectors, fascial listening, and inherent rhythms and motilities. 

For those therapist and practitioners who have been looking for something different or a change,

and boost to your clinical practice, this course is for you!

We invite you to BE different and change your PERSPECTIVE!

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MODULE I / 2021

FASCIAL FULCRUMS & FASCIAL MAPPING

January 28-31

LOCATION: DENMARK​​

SCHEDULE: FRI & SAT 9:00–20.00H/SUN 09.00-14.00H

COST: TBD

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MODULE II / 2021

INTEGRATIVE DIAGNOSTICS & SOMATOEMOTIONAL CONCEPTS

March 25-28 

LOCATION: DENMARK

SCHEDULE: FRI & SAT 9:00–20.00H/SUN 09.00-14.00H

COST: TBD

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MODULE III / 2021

FASCIAL COUNTERSTRAIN

July 1-4

LOCATION: DENMARK

SCHEDULE: FRI & SAT 9:00–20.00H/SUN 09.00-14.00H

COST: TBD

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MODULE IV / 2021

OSSEOUS - ARTICULAR SYSTEM

SPINE, PELVIS & SACRUM

October 7-10

LOCATION: DENMARK

SCHEDULE: FRI & SAT 9:00–20.00H/SUN 09.00-14.00H

COST: TBD

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MODULE V / 2021

OSSEOUS - ARTICULAR SYSTEM EXTREMITIES & RIBS

December 2-5

LOCATION: DENMARK

SCHEDULE: FRI & SAT 9:00–20.00H/SUN 09.00-14.00H

COST: TBD

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MODULE VI / 2022

FASCIAL COMPRESSION

DIAPHRAGMS, SPINE & EXTREMITIES

January 27-30

LOCATION: DENMARK

SCHEDULE: FRI & SAT 9:00–20.00H/SUN 09.00-14.00H

COST: TBD

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MODULE VII / 2022

LYMPHATIC SYSTEM & INFLAMMATION 

March 24-27

LOCATION: DENMARK

SCHEDULE: FRI & SAT 9:00–20.00H/SUN 09.00-14.00H

COST: TBD

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MODULE VIII / 2022

NERVOUS SYSTEM & CRANIAL NERVES

June 30 - July 3

LOCATION: DENMARK

SCHEDULE: FRI & SAT 9:00–20.00H/SUN 09.00-14.00H

COST: TBD

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MODULE IX / 2022

CIRCULATORY SYSTEM & BLOOD FLOW

October 6-9

LOCATION: DENMARK

SCHEDULE: FRI & SAT 9:00–20.00H/SUN 09.00-14.00H

COST: TBD

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MODULE X / 2022

TRAUMA: AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM

& THE VAGUS NERVE

December 1-4

LOCATION: DENMARK

SCHEDULE: FRI & SAT 9:00–20.00H/SUN 09.00-14.00H

COST: TBD

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2023

VISCERAL, NEUROENDOCRINE

& SOMATOEMOTIONAL

(5 SEMINARS)

 

2024

CRANIAL, BRAIN & SOMATOEMOTIONAL

(5 SEMINARS) 

METHODOLOGY

 

THEORETICAL SESSIONS: A master class with audiovisual support of the theoretical contents of the technique, and its physiological and scientific foundations.

 

THEORETICAL-PRACTICAL SESSIONS: The teacher will explain and develop through a practical student-model the therapeutic techniques.

 

PRACTICAL SESSIONS: Students will practice among themselves the techniques explained by the teacher, who will supervise the session.

 

SESSIONS & CLINICAL CASES: The teacher and students apply the techniques learned on a student

 

GOALS

 

  • Develop the hand as a tool through manual perception and subtle palpation

  • Learn to apply fulcrums from the interface, applying the principles of the essential touch

  • Feel and respect the physiological and energy barriers of tissues when applying fulcrums

  • Use fascial mapping to identify areas of fascial dysfunction and lesion pattern

  • Identify the tissues involved, refining the differential diagnosis using physiological motility (muscle, bone, cartilage, ligament, tendon, viscera, artery, vein, lymphatic vessel, lymph node, meninges, etc.)

  • Refine the differential diagnosis, using Inhibitory Balance Testing, to be able to identify which are the primary lesions and/or primary energy planes

  • Apply appropriates techniques according to the nature and depth of the fascial dysfunction: Fulcros Type I - II - III, fascial and bone compressions, fascial and bone torsions, bone contusions, toxic overload, fascial microdamage, etc.

  • Develop a customized treatment plan for the client according to the history, clinical assessment, and the fascial map

  • Perform fascial mapping on the 3 planes (transversal, coronal, sagittal) to locate and identify the 3 types of blockages (physical, emotional, mental, spiritual)

  • Apply Neurofascial Process using the concepts of somatoemotional terrain

  • Make energy connections with vectors and tension lines

  • Know how and when to use various energy points to improve diagnosis and facilitate treatment

  • Hold a clinical session supervised by the teacher

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