BioBasics are pleased to announce the theme for 2015: “Clinical applications of the language of our forefathers“.
Our Keynote speaker is John Lewis DO, author of the authoritative biography: A. T. Still: From the Dry Bone to the Living Man. Signed copies of the book will be available at the event.
The BioBasics event will be held on the weekend of the 10-11 October 2015. We aim to have a 2:1 student-tutor ratio, with one tutor per table. All tutors have completed the biodynamic osteopathy phase courses I-VII.
The weekend will provide CPD for 14 hours of learning with others. Refreshments are provided: coffee, tea or herbal tea in your own BioBasics 2015 mug, and some biscuits etc. Lunch is not provided, you can bring your own or find some in one of the restaurants in the nearby Portobello Road area. There will be a social event on the Saturday evening after the teaching.
The BioBasics event is separate from the biodynamic phase courses, for further information about studying biodynamic osteopathy in a structured series of courses at various venues throughout Europe visit www.biodynamics.uk.com.
BioBasics 2015 is an event for osteopaths, supported by osteopaths experienced in biodynamic osteopathy in the cranial field.
The BioBasics weekend is an annual event anchored around speakers exploring a different topic each year, with plenty of time included in the practical labs for exploring the themes hands-on and discussing with your tutor. Lectures will include clinical applications.
Here is this year’s schedule
Saturday 10 October 2015
9:10 Introduction, orientation.
9:30 Lecture 1: The language of the embryo – Fabiano da Silva. With a guided lab.
11:00 – 11:30 Break
11:30 Lecture 2: The Neutral – Nadine Breuil. With a practical lab.
1:00 – 2:30 Lunch
2:30 Lecture 3: Fluid Drive – Ruth Wharton. With a practical lab.
4:00 – 4:30 Break
4:30 – 6:00 Lecture 4: The Language of A T Still. – John Lewis. With a practical lab.
6:00 Meet your tutor and fellow students at the in-house drinks and nibbles social event. Book signing by John Lewis, author of A T Still: from the Dry Bone to the Living Man.
Sunday 11 October 2015
9:30 – 11:00 Lecture 5: Sutherland sensory chronology – Hazel Williams, followed by meditation hands on lab with Emily Dux.
11:30-1:00 Lecture 6: CV4 – Katherine Read. With a practical lab.
1:00 – 2:30 Lunch
2:30-3:30 Q&A, plus recap of the weekend – Tom Greenfield.
3:30 – 5:00 Lecture 7: Balanced Membranous Tension ~ BMT – Michael Harris. With a practical lab.
5:00 Final Q&A, check students. Finish by 5:30.
The BioBasics event is separate from the biodynamic phase courses. For further information about studying traditional osteopathy in a structured series of courses at various venues throughout Europe visit www.biodynamics.uk.com.