Total Body Screening Evaluation (1-Day)

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Course Overview
As BodyTalk makes changes inside the body through restoration of communication, there is also a change in the external body, which can be measured. In this course you will see how environmental influences, stress, emotional, mental and consciousness factors affect the physical body. Learn to observe and feel the corrections after a BodyTalk session. You will be taught how to incorporate a before and after Total Body Screening Evaluation into your sessions. This will amaze both you and your client and will result in increased credibility to your practice of BodyTalk. Total Body Screening Evaluation introduces practitioners to the various methods of evaluating the physical body not to diagnose but rather to measure change as a result of a BodyTalk session.

Course Description
Total Body Screening Evaluation introduces practitioners to the various methods of evaluating the physical body to measure change as a result of a BodyTalk session. BodyTalk is a subtle form of restoring communication and health in the body. Often, practitioners and clients find it difficult to register immediate change within a session. Total Body Screening Evaluation provides invaluable tools to measure tension and stress in the body and to validate the changes that occur once a BodyTalk technique, formula, or session has been tapped out.

The physical state of the body is a representation of the body armor that we have formed based upon our daily stresses, physical injuries, environmental influences, emotions, active memories, beliefs and consciousness influences.

The BodyTalk Practitioner will learn to perform a Total Body Screening Evaluation

Total Body Screening Evaluation

Phase I Postural Scan: You will be taught to evaluate postural asymmetry of the occiput and sacrum (Parasympathetic NS), the spine from T 1 – L2 (Sympathetic NS), Upper and Lower T lines for lines of fascial tension.

Phase II Lines of Fascial Tension: The student will be taught to assess fascial lines of tension in the lower and upper extremities and head/neck that could be influencing the torso.

Phase III Transverse Diaphragms: The three transverse diaphragm the pelvic floor, respiratory diaphragm and the thoracic inlet will be assessed with a fascial glide and respiration for tension. These transverse diaphragms if under tension can affect the vertical flow of arteries, veins, lymphatic, nerves and energy flow.

Phase IV Autonomic Nervous System: The sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system will be assessed for imbalances. Imbalances in these systems can affect the organs and circulation of the arteries, veins and lymphatics.

Evaluations will be taught in a manner that will allow the practitioner to demonstrate imbalances in posture, lines of fascial tension in the arms, legs, head/neck, the transverse diaphragms, and the autonomic nervous system. Students will be given an evaluation form they can use in their BodyTalk practice to record the evaluations and measure the changes before and after a BodyTalk session.

As a BodyTalk Practitioner, the manual procedures taught in this seminar will help you to quickly understand the extent of the Total Body Lesion involved. The practitioner and the client should both be able to see and feel the changes made. This helps educate the client on the effectiveness of BodyTalk.

As a BodyTalk Instructor, this course will help with class and public demonstrations. The evaluation procedure can be done in whole or in parts to measure the effectiveness of your BodyTalk balancing session.

For those continuing in research or case studies, this course will provide objective measurement to validate your outcomes and provide increased credibility for BodyTalk.

Course Outline
Review the key concepts from BodyTalk Fundamentals and integrate the information with a comprehensive total body screening evaluation.

Section I: Principles of BodyTalk Practice

Principles of Health
--Supply (Inflow)
--Drainage (Outflow)

Total Body Barriers to Health
Local Barriers to Health
Guiding Principles

Types of Lesions
--Total Body Lesion
--Local Lesion
Causes of Lesions

Types of Evaluation
--Total Body Screening Evaluation
--Local Evaluation (ART)
Purpose of Evaluation

What is BodyTalk
Basic Premis of BodyTalk
BodyTalk Balancing Principles
Goals of a BodyTalk Session
Aims of this Course
BodyTalk Integration

Section II: Fascial Anatomy
What is Fascia
Molecular Structure of Fascia
Where is Fascia?
Bow String Theory
Bio-Tensegrity Model
Body Armoring
When Fascia is Injured
Fascial Tension
Causes of Fascial Tension
Fascial Tension Patterns

Section III: Autonomic Nervous System Anatomy
Body Armoring
Mental Stress
Sympathetic Nervous System
Sympathetic Response
Parasympathetic Nervous System
Parasympathetic Response

Section IV: Total Body Screening Evaluation
Phase
: Postural Scan
--Occiput (Parasympathetic NS)
--Sacrum (Parasympathetic NS)
--Spine T1 – L2 (Sympathetic NS)
--Upper T Line (Fascial Lines of Tension)
--Lower T Line (Fascial Lines of Tension)

Phase II: Lines of Fascial Tension
--Lower Extremities
--Upper Extremities
--Head/Neck

Phase III: Transverse Diaphragms
--Thoracic Inlet
--Respiratory Diaphragm
--Pelvic Floor

Phase IV: Autonomic Nervous System
--Occipital Bone CN X (Parasympathetic NS)
--Temporal Bones CN X (Parasympathetic NS)
--Sacral Bone S 2, 3, 4 (Parasympathetic NS)
--Rib Raise T1 – T12 (Sympathetic NS)

Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course you will:

Be able to conduct a thorough Total Body Screening Evaluation in whole or in parts using a Postural Scan, Lines of Fascial Tension, Transverse Diaphragms and the Autonomic Nervous System.

Learn to build your BodyTalk practice through education, communication and measurable results that will astound your clients and get them raving about you and your practice

Be able to demonstrate the profound changes in the physical body through using a Postural Scan, Lines of Fascial Tension, Transverse Diaphragms and the Autonomic Nervous System before and after a BodyTalk session

Be able to measure the body armor created by physical injuries, environmental factors, emotions, belief systems and consciousness utilizing using a Postural Scan, Lines of Fascial Tension, Transverse Diaphragms and the Autonomic Nervous System.

Be able to perform a Postural Scan of the occiput, sacrum, spine, upper and lower T lines and understand their meaning..

Be able to perform Lines of Fascial Tension Evaluations of the lower extremities, upper extremities and the head/neck.

Be able to perform a Transverse Diaphragm evaluation of the thoracic inlet, respiratory diaphragm, and pelvis floor both with a fascial glide test and respiration.

Be able to perform an Autonomic Nervous System evaluation of the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems. .

Effectively communicate the significance of the priorities that come up in your BodyTalk session and how they relate to your client's concerns

Assessment: N/A
Textbook: : N/A
Additional Reading: N/A
Course Code: N/A
Format: Classroom
CEU (hrs): 7
PaRama College Credit: TBA
External CEU Approval: TBA
Technology Required: TBA
Qualification: N/A
This course counts for 7 hours of continuing education for Certified BodyTalk Practitioners' requirements.

This course counts for 7 hours of continuing education for Certified BodyTalk Practitioners' requirements.

 
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