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Foundation Course: Fascial Mapping & Fascial Fulcrums

  • Introduction to Integrative Manual Therapy

  • Interface:  Essential touch and the barrier concept (physical and energetic)

  • Clinical application of Fascial Fulcrums

  • Transverse Fascial Mapping (physical and emotional level)

  • Inhibitory Balance Testing: determining the priority

  • 3D Fascial Fulcrum: the 3 lower diaphragms (pelvic/respiratory/thoracic inlet), Upper Quadrant, Upper and Lower Extremities 

  • Articular Fascial Fulcrum: Upper and Lower Extremities,  C7-D1, D12-L1, L5-S1 junctions, anterior and posterior iliosacral joint, sacrum

  • De-facilitation of the spinal cord, CO-C1, cranial base, inion

  • Fascial Fulcrums for the dura mater: frontal, parietal, temporal, occipital, reciprocal tensión membranes of the falx and tentorium, filum terminale

  • Neurofascial Fulcrums: Falx, Tentorium, spehnobasilar, speho-zygmotic

  • Specific Fascial techniques: TMJ, hyoid complex, scars, patella, interosseous membranes, tendón counterstrain, muscle belly

  • Diagnostic scans: 5x Longitudinal, 5x Transversal, skull, thorax, abdomen, pelvis

  • Regulatory reflex points: fascial unwinding, plantar fascia, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, collagen, fibrin, conus medularis, bone bruise

  • Neurofascial Process: introduction to somatoemotional: the physiological and emotional significance of the 15 “Process Centers”, protocols for Routes of Elimination,  Detoxification, Digestion and Immune system, Shock

  • Lines of tensión and force vectors 

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