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UK Embryonic Wisdom: 24-26 July 2022 Course Fee: $650.00
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This course is designed at the request of a study group in Scotland,
organised by Natasha Peachey: osteopathicstudiesscotland@gmail.com 

Due to the pandemic and travel restrictions, the course dates have been posponed 
from the 25-27 June 2021 to 24-26th June 2022.

A BIODYNAMIC VIEW OF OSTEOPATHY

as designed by James S. Jealous D.O. 

Presented by: 
Robyn Seamer D.O., M.Sc.(Ost.) 
Manuela Da Rin D.O., M.Sc.(Ost.)  

The Embryonic Wisdom

   

Edinburgh, Scotland 


 Edinburgh sunset


Dates
Friday 24 June to Sunday 26th June 2021 
Time: 1pm Friday to 1pm Sunday  

1-6pm Friday,
9-4 Saturday
9am-1pm Sunday


Course overview:

The biodynamic view of osteopathy recognises that the embryological forces, that created the embryo, are also the forces of growth and development and the sustaining restorative forces throughout life.
Communicating from the Health with these therapeutic, homeostatic forces, the practitioner is able to observe the reorganization of the body as a whole, through the internal disengagement and transmutation within tissue, fluid and potency.
 
 
Eligibility:
Osteopaths with prior training in Phase 5 Biodynamics or by permission of the course organiser

Course Fee: £350 including lunches to be paid to the course organiser.

Course organiser: Natasha Peachey email: osteopathicstudiesscotland@gmail.com
 
CPD: Provides 16 hours of Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

Venue: St Leonards Hall Edinburgh, EH16 5AY

Two adjoining rooms: St Trinneans and Nelson, part of the University of Edinburgh site by Arthur's Seat 

 

Accommodation: extra to the course fee.
             
Onsite bed and breakfast, 
Dinner on Saturday night 

 

 


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