Courses A, B and C Course A In course A we are focusing on the tissue deriving form the paraxial mesoderm from the neck down. Embryology shows that from the paraxial mesoderm special types of muscles, bones and skin are created. Daniel Grosjean and Patrice Benini proved through research that these muscles, bones and skin are still connected in a grown human being. The results of their research are used to find disturbances in the body. Additionally, the students learn to identify the type of disturbance in the muscle: it can be traumatic or nervous. A nervous injury leaves the muscle in a state of constant contraction whereas a traumatic injury can be sensed as a state of constant lengthening of the muscle. Both states lead to a loss of flexibility and need to be allieviated in order to restore the body to its natural healthy condition. Course B In course B, the “vertebrae” of the head are added to the work on the paraxial mesoderm. Then the lateral mesoderm is being introduced: We are now starting to treat the muscles of the arms and legs, plus several remaining others in the torso, neck and head area. Microkinesi Therapy recognizes a connection between these muscles and certain inner organs. If one of these muscles has had a traumatic or nervous injury the body was not able to heal on its own, we can find not only a loss of flexibility in this particular muscle, but also that the functioning of the corresponding organ might be reduced. In consequence, alleviating the disturbance in the muscle may also restore the function of the corresponding inner organ. Course C In course C we start by working on the branchial arches and their according muscles (head and neck area). Afterwards we work on the attachments of the urogenital system whose origin lies in the intermediate mesoblast. Then the students will learn how to alleviate nervous injuries of all the muscles in the body in a more permanent way. To reach this goal, the students work their way through the phylogenetic states of the human nervous system. In the end, muscles that had been in a state of constant contraction may be able to relax again and remain in that flexible state. This may also have a benificial effect on certain neurological problems patients may have. Microkinesi Therapy can support professional medical or psychological treatment but it cannot replace a visit to a doctor or to the next outpatient clinic.i
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Courses A, B and C Course A In course A we are focusing on the tissue deriving form the paraxial mesoderm from the neck down. Embryology shows that from the paraxial mesoderm special types of muscles, bones and skin are created. Daniel Grosjean and Patrice Benini proved through research that these muscles, bones and skin are still connected in a grown human being. The results of their research are used to find disturbances in the body. Additionally, the students learn to identify the type of disturbance in the muscle: it can be traumatic or nervous. A nervous injury leaves the muscle in a state of constant contraction whereas a traumatic injury can be sensed as a state of constant lengthening of the muscle. Both states lead to a loss of flexibility and need to be allieviated in order to restore the body to its natural healthy condition. Course B In course B, the “vertebrae” of the head are added to the work on the paraxial mesoderm. Then the lateral mesoderm is being introduced: We are now starting to treat the muscles of the arms and legs, plus several remaining others in the torso, neck and head area. Microkinesi Therapy recognizes a connection between these muscles and certain inner organs. If one of these muscles has had a traumatic or nervous injury the body was not able to heal on its own, we can find not only a loss of flexibility in this particular muscle, but also that the functioning of the corresponding organ might be reduced. In consequence, alleviating the disturbance in the muscle may also restore the function of the corresponding inner organ. Course C In course C we start by working on the branchial arches and their according muscles (head and neck area). Afterwards we work on the attachments of the urogenital system whose origin lies in the intermediate mesoblast. Then the students will learn how to alleviate nervous injuries of all the muscles in the body in a more permanent way. To reach this goal, the students work their way through the phylogenetic states of the human nervous system. In the end, muscles that had been in a state of constant contraction may be able to relax again and remain in that flexible state. This may also have a benificial effect on certain neurological problems patients may have. Microkinesi Therapy can support professional medical or psychological treatment but it cannot replace a visit to a doctor or to the next outpatient clinic.i
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