RBM Workshop

£165.00

28 NOVEMBER 2021 LONDON, UK
This practical workshop explores the phenomenological awareness during cranial osteopathic work. Introducing a new method of distilling embodied experience into language and considering the implications of this phenomenological approach for communication with our patients, osteopathic education, and research.
BOOK WITH CONFIDENCE: In the event of future restrictions imposed by the UK government due to Covid-19, this event will take place online.

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Description

Rollin Becker Memorial Workshop

The practical workshop will involve an exploration of phenomenological awareness during cranial osteopathic work. Participants will be introduced to a new method of distilling embodied experience into language. We will consider the implications of this phenomenological approach for our communication with patients, for osteopathic education, and for research.

The practical workshop will involve:

  • An introduction to phenomenological analysis as a way of distilling meaning from the realm of pre-verbal, embodied experience
  • Exploring phenomenological awareness during osteopathic attunement and therapeutic engagement with patients
  • Hands-on, practical work in trios to explore the language we use to explain cranial osteopathic palpation/listening – with the option of using poetry, drawing or music as conduits to precise and elegant definitions
  • Reflection and discussion to consider the implications of the workshop for osteopathic practice, communication with patients, osteopathic education and research

To attend the workshop you should have either completed our Module 2: Osteopathy in the Cranial Field or have equivalent cranial experience.

Additional information

Course Director:

Mandy Banton

Eligibility:

Successful completion of Module 2 or equivalent cranial experience

Event Details

Date: 28/11/2021

Start time: 09:00

End time: 17:00

Venue: Regent's Park Conference Centre

Coordinates: 51.5259788846375, -0.1548784349186002