Early Bird Discount until 26 July, then 515.00 USD
These 2-days teaches how our thoughts and believe system influence and effect the neuromyo fascia, and thereby our physiology.
Through the function of imagination, mind-body exercises and a sensory language, you will experience how what you think and what you image postures the body into ‘fascial form’. You will learn and experience how structural relationships and tensional patterns can be altered through the mind-set. Recognising the influence of the mind-set on our physiology and the power we have to change this is, I believe the key to a new level of healing and renewal.
The mind-body relationship is the expression of our health and lives. Learn to recognise this inter-twinned relationship and learn ways that you can bring it into balance for desired change.
Why Choose This Programme?
An advanced insight into the mind-body-spirit relationship inspired by the methodology of Spatial Medicine; changing mind-set, structure and movement to enable the body to do what it does best – to keep us well.
Learn to recognise the messages the body is responding to which have brought it to where it is today, explore tools to make the necessary and required changes to the mind-body-spirit relationship.
27 - 28 September 2019 9.00 – 17.00
For over 17 years Karin Locher has been building on her quest to understand and explore the phenomena of the ‘vital force’ (and lack of) that determines both our health and performance. With the new insights coming from the recovering research of Fascia and with Thomas Myers' revolutionary Anatomy Trains she created a pioneering new application for Spatial Medicine: 'Changing movement, mind and structural-relationships to change the person.'
Karin’s long standing fascination with the vital force, or lack of, is changing people and changing lives - a methodology that influences to re-store and re-set the neuro-myo-fascial system, thus enabling the body to do what it does best, keep us well. The result is Spatial Medicine. A medicine she believes is far more appropriate for the 21st century symptoms and syndromes that we are seeing.
Pilateszone, Lavaterstrasse 44, 8002 Zürich-Enge, Switzerland