Attention All Therapists!
For 450 years we have been taught the the body is built in a particular way. In 2008 everything changed. If you want to know more, and how these discoveries could help your practice - read on...
You are invited to attend an exciting 1 day FHT accredited CPD seminar on 22 June at Holmedale Health Centre, Exeter on the latest medical findings of Human Anatomy.
Austin Burn-Jones presents this full day lecture covering early medical history and concepts, the cutting edge of what we now understand regarding the ʻFight or Flightʼ mechanism, and some of the astounding discoveries only uncovered in the last few years on the importance of the Fat and Fascial layers that surround every aspect of our anatomy.
Austin references the most respected professors, medical researchers and anatomists, and extrapolates their ideas with his own theories and experiences at ground breaking layered dissections to help unveil the complex and miraculous world of the Human Body. All presented in an enthusiastic and entertaining way coupled with practical application.
At a price of just £75 per delegate, which includes lunch and refreshments throughout the day, this represents excellent value for anyone wishing to update their current knowledge for continued professional development, or for those who wish to open up a whole new world of discovery for themselves and others.
The aim of this seminar is to inspire, in particular, other practitioners to delve a little deeper into their present understanding of just how the body is built, how it repairs itself and compensates in times of crisis. Body-workers and anyone in the medical profession should walk away with a greater sense of the human anatomical map, as some of the content of this seminar confirms what was previously suspected, and occasionally overturns prior medical theory.
The seminar cannot hope to unlock these new mysteries in a single day, but with any luck it will whet the appetites of those who wish to take their own particular specialities and interests further.
Date: Wednesday 22 June 2011
Venue: Holmedale Health Centre, Exeter
Price:£75 pp Book Now
Telephone: Holmedale Health 01392 454954 / Austin 07811 518351