January 20, 2018
8 Contact Hours
ReFocusing for Manual Therapy is a different way to see and understand how people are designed, structured and control their movement in the world. Using lectures, examples and hands on experience you will learn how to see and assess clients with fresh eyes and a deeper understanding of human movement. Discover how to enhance your clinical decisions and technical knowledge in a way that lets you have a lasting positive impact on your clients and yourself.
A New Way to Think and Perform Manual Therapies and Movement Education.
What if you could be more complete and accurate in determining the source of the problems in your clients? How much could you improve your effectiveness by better targeting of the techniques you already have, while learning which ones you need to gain?
People who provide therapy – medical, physical, psychological - are aware there are many approaches to consistently help their clients. These therapists are also aware that the various approaches do not always work the same for individuals who appear to have the same difficulties. Why? The simple truth is that they probably did not have the same problem to begin with. The symptoms may be similar, but they do not stem from the same inherent problem.
This is what ReFocusing is all about - a different way to see and understand how people are designed, structured and control their movement in the world. ReFocusing is a means to understand far more completely the interrelated structural, mechanical and neurological issues in each individual so the interventions and techniques you already know can be applied at the right place and time to get the best results.
This workshop is the first of a series using a new paradigm for understanding human perception, structure and sensory experiences and how these are integrated in an individual.