Relating embryological development of the leg to structural considerations of lumbar problems
Understanding how structure manifests can add an ontogenetic perspective to strategising treatments and approaching problem-solving situations.
In this two-day workshop ‘Structure’ is understood as a developmental movement and we will weave this idea into conceptualising and manually addressing a number of structural problems.
*Please note, for everyone's safety, the Bavarian State's latest Covid-19 regulations (at the time of the event) will apply and we will keep you regularly informed of any changes.
- Anyone looking to obtain Credits: 2 IRC (manipulation)
Practically we will relate the legs to the viscero-axial space and discuss the leg-development in relationship to hands-on-intervention needed. We will manually address mechanical pressure and fluid congestion in the lumbar spine - to help resolve lumbar compression as well as hip and knee issues in relationship to these compressional patterns.