Three day course The Embryo in us - Embryo in Motion. Dynamic Embryology and Morphology, in English.
Open for osteopaths, craniosacral therapist, midwives, fertility specialists, anthroposophical therapists, body workers, body-psycho-therapists, trauma healing and for everyone else who is (professionally) interested in our prenatal life and what that means to us as human beings of body and spirit.
21 – 23 February 2019
21 February 10.00am – 6.00pm
22 February 9.00am – 6.00pm
23 February 9.00am – 6.00pm
JAAP VAN DER WAL, MD, PhD (*1947)
University of Maastricht, Holland (retired 2012)
Dr. Jaap van der Wal worked until February 2012 as senior lecturer (associate professor) in Anatomy and Embryology at the University of Maastricht, Holland. He is now retired from university and dedicates himself completely to his project Embryo in Motion training in Phenomenological Embryology and Dynamic Morphology.Since his graduation as medical doctor (1973) he became anatomist-embryologist and specialized first in the functional anatomy of the locomotor system. In 1998 he graduated as MD in this field by a dissertation on a ‘trans-anatomical’ view on human propriocepsis (sense for posture and locomotion). He functioned as researcher and teacher at various university institutes for Anatomy and Embryology in Holland. His passion is Human Embryology. "The human body is a process, developing and functioning in time. The embryo moves, behaves in forms. The fields of study Kinesiology and Embryology meet at the domains of movement, motion and form..
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