Neuro-Ignition for Movement Therapy!

How Wiring Dynamics Map Body and Brain

 

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Movement Therapy is an important element in neurosensory-motor developmental organization. Whether working with challenged kiddos, or adults with chronic pain or other disorders, using movement to organize the nervous system “from the outside-in” can facilitate powerful change.

BUT.

What if we could sit with our patients and understand the “Why of the Wiring” that was driving the movement?

What if we understood how the body and brain maps and pathways worked, to process presence, touch and proprioceptive input and then generate motor output?

We would be able to help organize the nervous system “from the inside-OUT” to promote more meaningful movement output.

In this special one-day class, we will explore:

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In Neurovascular Integration work, we begin with the power of our presence to engage our patients from their own autonomic presence, and help them reorganize in a way that makes sense to their body and brain.

Understanding that internal “Why of the Wiring” process illuminates and transforms our familiar therapeutic approaches into a powerful, dynamic dialogue that empowers our patients and changes their lives.

Join us at the Colorado Learning Through Movement Center in Louisville, CO, on Saturday February 25, 2017, from 9:00am to 4:30 pm, as we unlock the secrets of the Why of the Wiring and create the connections that move body, brain, beliefs and behaviors.

Class date: Saturday, February 25, 2017

Class hours: 9:00am to 4:30pm

Register! Tuition is $179 for the day. Please register ahead of time, as we are unable to accommodate walk-ins. Online registration is available here.

Location: Colorado Learning Through Movement Center, 818 W South Boulder Rd., Ste 200, Louisville CO 80027

Contact: Andrew Tarr at (303) 345-5777

Continuing Education: 6 CEHs, .6 AOTA CEUs.

 

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