As therapists we sometimes tend to overlook the viscera and how it might be involved in the presentations we see or how it might be affecting tone and fluid that we can palpate. This session, following on from part one is going to go some way to addressing that.

The structures inside and outside of the parietal peritoneum and deeper to the greater omentum are pretty interesting in terms of the effects of overall body work and how they may impact on the quality of tissues that we are working on.

We will look at some of the areas that we can actually feel around the stomach and talk about the incredible things that are sphincters!

The ascending, transverse and descending colon are close to hand too and we’ll take a quick tour of these too.

We will get some time hopefully to look at some of the muscular issues that are involved in the process of peristalsis and digestion and look at the effects of movement in these areas.

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Julian Baker

Julian Baker has thousands of hours of dissection experience as well as 30 years as a Bowen Therapist and is the principle instructor of The College of Bowen Studies. His focus is always a whole body approach with movement and manual therapists in mind. He is an expert member of the FHT as well as a member of The Anatomical Society, Institute of Anatomical Sciences and the Fascia Research Society. These webinars are a chance to share his hours of videos, photos and discoveries from the lab and help you improve your practice and understanding of the body in a practical way that will transfer directly to your practice.
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