Structural Paradigm

Structural Paradigm works with aligning and balancing the axial skeleton.  In Cranial Kinesiology we looked at balancing stress from the cranium itself.  In Bioharmonics, we established the core energetics of the body with the Dantiens and the axial alignment, which create an energy template for structural restoration. Structural Fundamentals gave us an understanding of the relationships between muscles, the neuromuscular interface, and how to work with specific structures of the body.  In all of these courses we saw how the cranial mechanism plays a key role in all the body’s processes and can be related back to balancing all forms of structural stress.

The spine, cranium and pelvis are an integrated unit that form the core of our being.  This largely predetermines what happens throughout the rest of our structure.

As with all types of kinesiology, the more holistically we approach the individual, the better the results.  People presenting with structural issues will have other related issues which will need to be addressed and cleared in parallel with changes to the structure.  Most people believe that physical problems require physical solutions, however we have learnt that everything is energy, and the mind is within the body, rather than the other way around.  Even very aware people find it hard to conceive how significantly the body can improve with strategic subtle support.  There is a chain of subtle determinants connecting the physical manifestation to emotion-energy-mind and spirit.  We are ready to put all the pieces together in this course.  It is so important that we ground our fine tactile assessment abilities of the body, so that we can facilitate the required subtle changes of the body.

  • Developing a Philosophy for Working with Structure In Kinesiology
  • Pathways of Control
  • Somatic Awareness and Palpation
  • Assessing Structure
    • Assessing the spine
    • Assessing the Pelvis
  • Atlas Thoracis
    • Coccyx – Sphenoid Dura Release
  • Rotations
  • Imbrication
  • Herniated Disc (Sequestered Fragment)