The training develops skills in specific health management contexts allowing participants to understand the current needs, conditions and risks of the user, as well as to perform differentiated functions making them qualified for a better definition of strategies and actions leading to greater efficiency, effectiveness and quality of their services at a health level.
- FOOD, DETOXIFICATION AND SUPPLEMENTATION – we will discuss its importance in clinical practice, learn how to prepare and structure a food plan, define an adequate supplementation to each patient’s profile and how to propose a prevention and/or detoxification plan. The various trace elements, vitamins, fatty acids, and amino acids will be discussed, as well as identifying dietary excesses or deficiencies in proteins, fibres and carbohydrates.
- PSYCHOSOMATIC AND EMOTIONAL PAIN – we will address the meaning of emotional pain, understand the various factors that can trigger pain and disease, and identify traumas and ways to soothe them in the context of clinical practice. We will teach new treatment techniques for emotional pain and how to accompany patients in the process of somatisation of their pain. In the end, we will propose a different approach based on a new body map of the senses.
- SEXUALITY IN THE CONTEXT OF CLINICAL PRACTICE and CHI KUNG – we will approach its history until today, the myths and definitions associated, its psychological dimension in the individual, the sexual response, the dysfunctions in sexuality and the cognitive distortions. The resources available in the various approaches in a clinical context will be analysed. We will use Chi Kung as an integrative practice of the 5 elements.
- TREATMENT PROTOCOLS FOR RHINITIS, SINUSITIS AND MIGRAINES
– Techniques to liberate the spheno-basilar symphysis
– Techniques for nasal, ethmoid, vomer, palatine, zygomatic and maxillary bones
– Techniques for the release of various cranial sutures
– Treatment for the base of the skull
- TREATMENT PROTOCOLS FOR ANXIETY AND STRESS SITUATIONS
– Craniosacral techniques: CV4, still point, dural tube rock
– Treatment of the diaphragms: pelvic, abdominal, thoracic, hyoid and OAA
– Treatment of the frontal, parietal, sphenoid, temporal
– Organ/emotion relation.
436,50€ or 50€ pre-registration + 4 instalments of 100€ (to be paid until the beginning of the course)
There are no prerequisites for taking this course.
However, it is necessary to consider that it is a challenging course with moments of theoretical and practical evaluation throughout the training.
It is recommended to have some knowledge of Anatomy and Physiology for a correct application and understanding of the therapies and techniques involved.
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This course integrates the Master in Ayurvedic Therapy and Consultancy. If you later decide to deepen your knowledge and join the Master, the amount invested in this short course will be deducted from the total amount of the Master and its completion will be considered as a module already completed.