chapmans reflexes-courses

Chapmans Reflexes Videos with Paula Nutting- Modules 1-5 (15 CEUs in total)

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The principles of neurolymphatic stimulation

Intro to Chapmans Reflexes
Stress and defense patterns
Stages of stress and the bodies mammalian responses
Relaxation and the diaphragm
Treatment of the diaphragm
Links between the diaphragm and psoas.
At the end of this lecture, participants should be able to :……. More

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The lower back and pelvis
Intro to lower cross syndrome
Links between the Functional back line, deep front line and lateral lines of the anatomy trains
Lower back and pelvic assessment
Lower back and pelvic treatment
Progression of relevant exercise prescription
At the end of this lecture, participants should be able to:
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The upper body and shoulders
Functional Anatomy of the thorax in defense
Shoulder instability with restricted thorax mobility
Links to the Spiral line of the anatomy trains
Thorax and shoulder assessment
Thorax and shoulder treatment
Progression of relevant exercise prescription
At the end of this lecture, participants should be able to:
Explain the effects of defense in thoracic dysfunction……More

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The jaw, neck and abdominal connections
Intro into connections of the superficial front line, the neurolymphatic points for jaw, SCM, abdominals and pelvic floor.
Abs, SCM, jaw assessment
Abs, SCM and jaw treatment
Progression of relevant exercise prescription
At the end of this lecture, participants should be able to:
Explain the links of the superficial front line
Apply and test the neurolymphatic points abs, SCM and jaw strength……More

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The lower limbs
Functional anatomy of the lower limbs in defense patterns
Lower limb assessment
Loser limb treatment
Progression of relevant exercise prescription
Revision and review
At the end of this lecture, participants should be able to:

Explain the effects of stress to the lower limb
Apply and test the neurolymphatic points quads, calves, tib ant.
Apply and test the neurolymphatic points for the quads, calves and tib ant and apply relevant exercise progression for the lower limb……More