Structural Fundamentals 1
Structural Fundamentals is designed to provide students with a diverse skill base to deal with a range of structural problems. This is the first in the series of three, and in this course, we focus on the neurological issues which affect the structure of the body. The techniques in this course have been selected and developed to each work in a standalone fashion to deal with specific structural stress, or to be used in an integrated holistic fashion.
Many of the techniques have their roots in Applied Kinesiology with influences from Clinical Kinesiology and Neural Organisation Technique; however they have evolved to suit a kinesiology energy approach rather than a manipulative chiropractic approach.
STF 1 includes:
- Using a surrogate muscle
- Centering Mechanisms of the Body
- The Hyoid System
- Vestibular integration
- Occular Integration
- Working with the Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ)
- Skeletal alignment
- Correcting sublaxations
- Balancing respiratory confusion
- Ligament Stress
- Tendon Stress
- Structural imbalances of the foot