In the embryonic period the human body develops in a continuous metamorphosis of shapes and form processes. The growth gestures of the embryo can be understood as a preliminary exercise to the subsequent physiological and psychological functions.
Course contentThe embryo (and thus the human being) appears as a kind of emphatic balance between antipathy and sympathy in relation to the environment and the world. This polarity appears to be essential for humans and suggests the two-unity of spirit and matter.
This phenomenological embryology helps us recognize the true human form, i.e. body shapes and functions are expressions of body and mind. Possible answers to questions like "Where do we come from?" and "What is a human being?" are sought in the human design. The view of phenomenology that is practiced here leads to a process morphology, which overcomes the limitations of the Cartesian anatomy: a true morphology of body and soul with your entire body being an expression of the human soul! Essential for every complementary therapist.
- Penetrating into the spiritual essence of the human being
- Relationships between spirit, soul and body are investigated
- Threefoldedness of the human being: microcosm and macrocosm, human development and incarnation
- Dynamic view of the human body as a living organism
Target groupRecommended for Craniosacral therapists, Yoga therapists, Shiatsu therapists and representatives of other psychosomatic-oriented therapies, as well as for doctors, midwives and anybody else who is interested.
RequirementsNo specific knowledge of embryology is required.
Remarks28 hours of further education, EMR/ASCA compliant.
TimetableThursday, 13 October 2022, 10:00 - 18.00 with lunch break from 12.30 - 14.00
Friday and Saturday: 09.00 - 18.00 with lunch break from 12.30 - 14.00
Sunday, 16 October 2022, 09.00 - 16.00 with lunch break from 12.30 - 14.00
Part time participation in Fascia as an organ of inwardness
Please bring along1 USB stick, minimum 1 GB.
The human being as embryo between heaven and earth, ISBN 978-3-7235-1183-1
Dynamic Morphology and Embryology, ISBN 0-86315417 -4
The incarnated embryo, ISBN 3-8304-5304-X
University lecturer in Anatomy and Embryology at the University of Maastricht, NL Scientific movement anatomy, particularly the "senses of movement". His scientific passion is embryology. Dynamic Morphology and Embryology provide him with the connection between science and spirituality. He also gives seminars and lectures in embryology, Dynamic Morphology "Body Philosophy".
CHF 850 (excl. accommodation, meals and tourist tax)
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|Single occupancy of 2-bed-room clay or wood100 with shower/toilet||678.00|
|2-bed-room clay or wood100 with shower/toilet||528.00|
|Single occupancy of 2-bed-room with shower/toilet||528.00|
|1-bed-room with shower/toilet||498.00|
|Single occupancy of 2-bed-room, shower/toilet on floor||468.00|
|2-bed-room with shower/toilet||423.00|
|2-bed-room, shower/toilet on floor||393.00|
|3-bed-room with shower/toilet||408.00|
|3-bed-room, shower/toilet on floor||348.00|
|4-bed-room, shower/toilet on floor||318.00|