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Jean-Pierre Barral
In this workshop Barral will explore the vascular visceral system and demonstrate how this important system can be targeted via visceral approaches. This approach aims to enhance optimal organ function by influencing blood circulation. Arteries and veins walls have very sensitive mechanoreceptors that respond to mechanical forces such as used by visceral manipulation. These positive effects have been observed during Doppler imaging. The participants will learn how to use visceral manipulations to target the vascular system through the suspensory system of various organs, tissue viscoelasticity, neural system and visceroemotional release.
Topics covered during the course:
  • Heart and its fibrous skeleton
  • Heart valves
  • Aorta
  • Subclavian and vertebrobasilar arteries
  • Pulmonary vessels
  • Breast circulation
  • Common carotid artery and its bifurcation
  • Thyroid artery
  • Coeliac trunk
  • Liver, stomach, duodenum, pancreas, intestine, kidneys circulation
  • Portal vein system
  • Abdominal aorta
  • External and internal iliac arteries
  • Utero-ovarian vascular system
  • Pudendal artery
  • Inguinal arteries

Dates: 28 Feb & 1-2 March 2018

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CPD hours: 20 • cost: £695 • deposit: £395
Please pay the remaining £300 by 1 February 2018.
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Jean-Pierre Barral is well known internationally for his extensive contribution to osteopathy in the area of visceral osteopathy. He has written several books in this and related areas and has developed many of the techniques used by osteopaths worldwide. The two workshops run by Jean-Pierre are a rare opportunity to train under his guidance.


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