VLB1 02.28-03.01.20 BAL

VLB1: Visceral Lymphatic Balancing 1
VLB1 February 28-March 1, 2020 Baltimore, Maryland



Visceral Lymphatic Balancing is an effective manual therapy treatment to relieve congestion and remove accumulated waste and edema in the organs to decrease pain, restore full function and allow for optimal healing. The LB procedure involves both short and long lever manual pumping and drainage techniques to simulate gentle, specific wave-like movements that stimulate fluid motion and aid in the re-circulation of the venous and lymphatic flow. These subtle manual techniques not only activate lymph and interstitial fluid circulation, but also stimulate the immune system and help balance the autonomic nervous system.

In this course, the instructor will present a Six Step Treatment Approach to Visceral Lymphatic Balancing. Within this Six Step Treatment Approach, each student will learn how to do the following:
• Perform a Total Body Screening Examination.
• Evaluate and balance the Transverse Diaphragms and Autonomic Nervous System.
• Perform and apply Lymphatic Balancing Specific Techniques to release lines tension and eliminate congestion within the visceral cavities.
• Perform and apply Lymphatic Balancing Supporting Techniques (Active Lymphatic Pumping Exercises) to extend and maintain the treatment effect beyond the current session.

Advance Preparation:
Reviewing course videos VM2 is very valuable for students - it helps ensure you are ready to move to the next level of learning. Reviewing videos on-line of class content is available to IAHP Medallion Members. If you are not already a member, contact us at 800.311.9204 or 561.622.4334, or join on line at

We recommend that you read Manual Lymphatic Techniques for the Orthopedic Manual Therapist by David Doubblestein, PT, MS, LLCC, CLT, Cert. MDT, available at

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