The movement present and the stillness – 2nd level – 8th-11th November 2021

Lecturers: Emanuele Botti, D.O.; Vincenzo Cozzolino, D.O.

793.00

The movement expresses life. Indeed, A.T. Still often stressed this concept, but Leonardo Da Vinci was already convinced of this truth when he stated that the movement is the cause of all the living.

Description

LECTURERS

Emanuele Botti, D.O.; Vincenzo Cozzolino, D.O.

 

TARGET AUDIENCE

Will be admitted to the course only osteopaths qualified with schools recognized by the CsdO (Supreme Osteopathy Council) associations (AIMM, AMOI, FeSIOs, ROI, UPOI, AISO).

 

COURSE PRESENTATION
The movement expresses life. Indeed, A.T. Still often stressed this concept, but Leonardo Da Vinci was already convinced of this truth when he stated that the movement is the cause of all the living.

If life manifests itself through the dynamics and kinetics of the living body, we know that it is possible to perceive this expression through palpation. This way, the osteopath can come into contact with the vital forces of the individual. How many ways has the vital movement to express itself?

The existence of a movement permitted and a movement present has been identified starting from the palpatory experience.
After Still’s work, W.G. Sutherland and R. Becker also focused their attention and palpatory experiences on this subject. It was Becker himself who added to the concept of movement that of stillness. According to Becker, it is precisely the presence of movement that implies a point of stillness, the so-called “still point” from which the movement itself can start again. We all know the analogy with the hurricane whose strength is measured by the size of its eye, namely the still point.
Therefore, the osteopath can perceive the movement present and the still point through the palpatory experience, but it is necessary to reconsider how this approach is carried out. It is essential to learn to meditate on the process of observation and recognise in this process the experience of a real creative act. Observation will make it possible to perceive the patient’s vital dynamic by creating the conditions that will bring out his health and prepare him for the healing process.

 

PROGRAMME
The course is divided into six levels of four days each and will address the following subjects:
– 1st level

The Neutral – Vincenzo Cozzolino, D.O.
– 2nd level

The fluid body – Emanuele Botti, D.O.
– 3rd level

The fascial system – Emanuele Botti, D.O.
– 4th level

The midline and and the “ignition” – Vincenzo Cozzolino, D.O.
– 5th level

The midline and the long bones – Emanuele Botti D.O.
– 6th level

The midline and the face – Vincenzo Cozzolino, D.O.

To provide high – quality learning, the maximum number of participants is 30.
Each level of the course consists of both a theoretical and a practical part.

 

DATE AND TIMES

2nd level – 8th-11th November 2021 
Monday 8th November from 2.00 pm to 6.00 pm
Thursday 9th November from 9.00 to 13.00 and from 14.00 to 18.00
Wednesday 10th November from 9.00 to 13.00
Tuesday 11th November from 9.00 to 13.00

 

LOCATION
The course will be held at the centre in Via Cardinale Mezzofanti n.13, Milan (Milano Forlanini Railway Station).
We recommend the following facilities for those who need to stay overnight in a hotel.

 

COST
The cost of each level is €650 (VAT excluded) or €793.