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Dynamic Morphology and Embryology of the Fascia as the “Organ of Biotensegrity and Innerness”
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Dynamic Morphology and Embryology of the Fascia as the “Organ of Biotensegrity and Innerness”

In this course you will see functional architecture as a whole, not just traditional musculoskeletal anatomy. Jaap’s phenomenological approach brings fascia to life as the “organ of innerness, biotensegrity, and wholeness”.

 Export to Your Calendar 7/14/2018 to 7/15/2018
When: July 14 & 15, 2018
See Schedule Below
Where: Stretch to Win Headquarters
580 N. 54th St #1&2
Chandler, Arizona  85226
United States
Presenter: Jaap van der Wal, MD, PhD
Contact: Kristen Ernst


Online registration is available until: 7/12/2018
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Since the 2nd International Fascia Research Congress in Amsterdam in 2009 Dr. Jaap van der Wal has continually evolved his presentation of unifying concepts between his early scientific work about the architecture of connective and muscular tissue in the posture and locomotor system on the one hand and the phenomenological approach of the embryo on the other.

The workshop explores human prenatal development from conception forward. Learn how the shaping of the body (morphogenesis) expresses essential attributes of the development of both the matter and the spirit of the human being. The scientific method of phenomenology creates a synthesis between modern embryology and holistic anthropology.

In his one to two day seminars, he presents the fascia as a biotensegrity organized matrix organ from the meso-dimension of the human body. He explains his unique take on the functional architecture of the mesenchyme: Based upon Jaap’s phenomenological concept of “mesoderm” as the middle and mesenchyme, the fascia may be understood as the ‘inner tissue’, the dimension of connecting as well as shaping space: a holistic concept on fascia as the matrix organ.

In this course you will see functional architecture as a whole, not just traditional musculoskeletal anatomy. Jaap’s phenomenological approach brings fascia to life as the “organ of innerness, biotensegrity, and wholeness”.

Tuition:

Regular Price - $300

Early Bird - $250 if you register by June 14, 2017

Schedule:

Saturday, July 14: 10am-6pm

Sunday, July 15: 10am-2pm

Refreshments provided! Enjoy extensive snacks, coffee, tea and bottled water.


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