The Physiology of Emotional Release – SOLD OUT

€ 320 / € 490 after April 10, 2018

Sponsored by integrazionefasciale.it

  • May 14 – 15, 2018
  • Bologna, Italy
  • This course is intended for Courses with Tom Myers.
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Presented by Tom Myers
*This course is open to students, faculty and graduates of Integratione Fasciale only*
This is an opportunity to learn and practice tracking how people release stored emotions and resolve them to a new point of integration.
The human being is an integrated whole – physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual.  Ever since Descartes, we tend to split ourselves, separating the ‘physical’ from the ‘psychological’.  Emotions, and our responses to outside events, marry the physiological – the chemical snd neuromuscular – to our image of ourselves and how we imagine the world around us.
By learning to consciously track autonomic responses – pupil dilation, digestive peristalsis, colour and breath changes, sweating, etc – we can keep our clients / students / patients on the road to true resolution and healing, and avoid ‘recycling’ past events in endless circles.
In this course, you will learn:
  • how the nervous system tracks the world
  • how stress manifests as neuromuscular patterns and postural ‘set’
  • how to track sympathetic and parasympathetic balance
  • how to assist clients in attaining true resolution

This is not a therapy session. It is a skill-building course for working somatic or psychotherapists – for students, faculty and graduates of Integratione Fasciale only.

DatesMay 14 – 15, 2018
LocationBologna, Italy
VenueHotel Cosmopolitan Bologna
AddressVia del Commercio Associato, 9
40127 Bologna
Teacher(s)Tom Myers
Tuition€ 320 / € 490 after April 10, 2018
Cancellation Feethe sum paid in case of cancellation is not refunded
ContactMarco Montanari
(Toll Free) 00393471037028

info@integrazionefasciale.it

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