Courses & Events

Click on the links below to find out more details on these upcoming courses. Please note courses are listed chronologically.

 

 

Myofasical Release Therapy Courses

Dates: August - November 2017 (dates vary depending on location)

Venues: Various

Myofascial Release Therapy is a very effective technique that creates powerful change in the body. The Fundamentals course provides a solid foundation to understanding the anatomy and physiology of fascia, why fascia dysfunctions and how to identify and release fascial restrictions superficially and deep. The two advanced workshops, Advanced Upper Body and Advanced Lower Body, delve deeper into the muscular layers, separating them and enhancing their functionality. The advanced courses will further develop the skills of listening, sensing and following the body’s innate intelligence for healing the body holistically. In each course we explore the mind body healing connection and how fascia holds the consciousness of the whole mind body experience.

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15 November 2017

Te Papa, Wellington

REGISTRATION IS FREE!

This Symposium brings together PHOs, DHBs, NGOs and champions within Primary Health Care to share innovative prevention initiatives within primary care.

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25-28 January 2018

Iwatake Snow Fields, Hakuba, Japan

Hakuba Dreaming 2018 is a nine hour osteopathic seminar that will be delivered over three successive afternoons. Our mission is to provide concise clinically relevant lecture material and we have carefully selected high quality speakers from around the world to maximize the learning experience.

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13 -22 April 2018

Gisborne

There will be 4 on-line modules consisting of musculo-skeletal anatomy of the fore limb, hind limb, neck and back including bio-mechanics, and basic pathologies. There will be suggested study followed by 4 written assignments which can be completed over 6 months.

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University of Otago, Christchurch - Distance Learning Postgraduate Qualifications of Interest to Osteopaths

Pain is one of the most common reasons for people to see a health professional. It is a main feature of many health conditions, and the impact of pain on peoples lives is broad and invasive.

If you have ever wondered why pain is so complex, or how to help people manage their pain more effectively, the postgraduate papers in Pain and Pain Management will provide you with a good foundation for practice.

Postgraduate qualifications of interest to Osteopaths:

  • The PG Certificate/Diploma /Masters in Health Sciences endorsed in Musculoskeletal Management
  • The PG Certificate/Diplom a/Masters in Health Sciences endorsed in Pain and Pain Management

 

 

Upledger & Barral Institute NZ 2017 Course Listings

See the full listing of courses being run by the Upledger and Barral Institutes NZ for 2017.