Hawkwood College, Stroud

Part 1: Biodynamic Embryology, Clinical Applications

£390.00£490.00

7 – 8 MARCH 2020 STROUD, UK
Part 1: An exploration of the clinical application of biodynamic embryology for patients of all ages. Growth dynamics and embryo morphogenesis can inform a profound understanding of the tissues under our hands.

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Description

Jane Easty and Henry Klessen will be jointly presenting an exploration of the clinical application of biodynamic embryology for patients of all ages. The growth dynamics and morphogenesis of the embryo can reveal and inform a profound understanding of the tissues under our hands. The works of Erich Blechschmidt, Raymond Gasser PhD and Professor Brian Freeman, among others, will be used as a wonderful resource in developing this relationship. Static anatomy will be expanded into spatiotemporal kinetic morphogenesis. This part will consist of two days of lectures and practicals at Hawkwood College, led by Jane Easty. We will explore many different growth dynamics found useful in osteopathic practice; from the otic placode to the ventromedial ligament, from the somites to the urogenital fold and beyond. In conclusion we hope those attending will find the beautiful fluid interaction of embryonic tissues responding to the needs of adjacent physiology in order to meet the growing demands of the whole embryo absolutely awe inspiring. A fluid harmony and true cooperation within the whole mechanism – an osteopathic aspiration that deepens our ability to connect with the regenerative powers of these forces. As Arthur Diekman said, “Structure is a slow process of long duration.”

Additional information

Residential Preference:

Non-residential, Residential

Course Director:

Jane Easty

Eligibility:

Module 2 + 2 other Pathway courses (or equivalent cranial experience)

Event Details

Start date: 07/03/2020

End date: 08/03/2020

Start time: 09:00

End time: 17:00

Venue: Hawkwood College

Coordinates: 51.75721859999999,-2.2095527000000175