Barral Institute Special Events
Prerequisite: Varies - see individual listings.
Fascial Decoding 1 and 2 with Serge Paoletti, DO (UK)
(FD1, FD2) Fascia can be considered as the structure that connects all manual therapy techniques. Fascia is currently the subject of numerous studies, which demonstrate all of its subtleties, and perhaps lead us to change our concept of the functioning of the human body. Recent studies show that the support for the acupuncture meridians is none other than the fascia. Interest in the water contained in the fascias has also brought forth interesting data and the studies on the interstitium are also very promising.
During this 2-part seminar series, you will decode the implications of fascias in the complex functioning of the human body and integrate them into your daily practice. This hands-on series will enable you to have a new vision of dysfunctional patterns, a better understanding of the patient, and consequently, a more effective treatment outcome.
Fascial Decoding 1 includes the understanding how this complex system works. This includes a review or embryology, anatomy, pathology, and the mechanics of the fascias, followed by practical and clinical applications. This class allows us to establish the basis of fascial treatment according to a system of tensegrity.
Fascial Decoding 2 allows us to approach fascias in their most subtle aspects through electromagnetism, epigenetism, the dating of injuries, the medicine of intention, and the notions of quantum medicine. We will see that through the fascial chains, we can access the energy system.
Note: Jean-Pierre Barral has asked Serge Paoletti to bring these courses to the U.S., as Paoletti's work blends beautifully with Barral's.
“After 44 years of learning fascial approaches, I found Serge Paoletti's approach to be fresh and even more integrated!” - D. Alexander
“The techniques work quickly to relieve pain and improve range of motion. Personally, I feel an ease of movement after this class that I've really been missing!” - Seminar Attendee