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Movement is essential to our organs and viscera. An optimally functioning liver, for example, should move up to 20,000 times a day. But sometimes our organs get “stuck” and create pull on all its associate structures. The science of Visceral Manipulation was founded by DO Jean Pierre Barral who, while working in the lung disease hospital in Grenoble, France, observed how visceral restriction (in this instance of the lungs) could lead to changes in, and pain of, the muscles and joints. He went on to discover, through extensive research, that some 90% of all musculoskeletal problems have a visceral (organ) component. In this CPD we will explore the links between visceral manipulation and Yoga and how to use it in our practices.

Organs, Viscera & Movement

  • This is the recording of a CPD. Once you make your payment you will receive within 24hrs access to the recording and the handout of the CPD.

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