Further into the face an exploration of the embryological face
This workshop is offered as a four day workshop for graduates in North America and Europe. There is a maximum of 20 participants for the online course. Attendance is compulsory on all days. Once you register, a link for the workshop will be send to you. Please note this workshop does not qualify for a PACT discount.
The workshop is set up for teaching of course material via presentations, self awareness experiential exercises and also for hands on work. Attendees will need someone to practice on for the hands on sessions, and they will need to be available and on time in their learning space so as to keep the flow going for the whole group. We suggest you pair up with another graduate or a practice client.
This course was designed to help graduates feel confident when working around the face which can be challenging and complex with much detail. In doing so the course will deepen and enrich your understanding of the embryological forces that are present and readily accessible in practice. In the course we will explore:
- facial recognition and the effects of trauma on our expression
- look at facial formation using the work of biodynamic embryologists Erich Bleschmidt and Brian Freeman
- explore more of the intra-oral work on TMJ and maxillae not covered in the undergraduate training
- explore the nose and nasal mucosa
- see how the work of Stephen Porges informs our working with the face
- explore the heart/face connection from an embryological perspective
- access a deepening state of balance behind the face