THE UPLEDGER INSTITUTE UK’S 2020 SYMPOSIUM

Saturday 26 - Sunday 27 September 2020 
Jury's Waterfront, Brighton     £350
 
  
Sadly we have had to postpone,
new date (2021) TBC

 

What do we need for 2020? How about a little bit of Rhythm & Resonance?

Where can you go to be inspired by new research? 
Learn some new skills and refresh some old ones? 
Hang out with colleagues and friends?
Blend and meld with CST lovliness? 
Why, the Rhythm and Resonance UIUK Symposium of course! 

 

What is On Offer from this 2 Day R&R Symposium? 

* Two days of clinical symposium, witnessing a senior therapist in action, cutting edge research, key elements helpful to our profession...

PLUS
* A Saturday night drinks reception
* An update on research
* An update on the Upledger Institute internationally
* An update on Upledger Programmes and the chance to win some AMAZING prizes in the UP2020 Raffle! 

* Q&A sessions
* Personal certificates for 12 CPD hours &
* Lots of opportunities for networking and catching up with colleagues old and new, including UIUK staff, teachers and study group leaders…

 

Check out the line up .... 
While similar to previous years in aiming to deepen our understanding of Upledger CST and the essence of our approach, we have also branched out through our speakers, exploring themes that are allied and deeply related to our practice. 

 

 

 

 

Meet Jean-Claude Gimberteau, surgeon and editor / author of Strolling Under the Skin and The Architecture of Human Fascia; he will show us some beautiful aspects of our fascial networks, unseen in the textbooks but relatable to our hands’ experiences. 

Roxanna Carare, Southampton University, is one of the UK’s foremost brain fluid researchers - CSF, lymph - she will share science’s current understandings of our fluid flow.

You may already know Avadhan Larson, one of our seasoned instructors who will share more about how we work with trauma. 

Thomas Rasmussen, who presented at our last event, will be back to update us on where the research into the craniosacral rhythm has got to.

Brock Chisolm, a clinical psychologist, will talk to us about PTSD and how we can understand some of the other approaches to working with trauma, and how we complement each other.

There will be time to chat, time to laugh, time to learn, and the sea to pop across to.

 


WHAT'S IN THE RHYTHM & RESONANCE PROGRAMME?

Saturday 26 September:

09.00    Registration & Mingling

09.30    Cerebrospinal Fuild - What Science has figured out so far
              Professor Roxane Carare, Carare Research Group, Southamptom University
             
              Break       

11.20     Research in to the Cranial Rhythm - Update since the last symposium
               Thomas Rassmussen CST-D

              Lunch

14.00    What is PTSD
              Brock Chisolm, Clinical Psychologist

              Break

15.35    How CST can help with Trauma
              Avadhan Larson, CST-D 


16.55    Upledger Programmes Update          
17.15    Finish

18.00    Drinks Reception: venue TBC 

Sunday 27 September:

09.00    Registration & Networking

09.30    The Magical Architecture of Fascia
              Dr Jean-Claude Guimberteau, MD

         
              With Break       

              Lunch

14.00    Patient treatment with Avadhan Larson
              Break

15.45    'Clean Language' in our Therapeutic Imagery and Dialogue
              Rob Williamson


16.45    Upledger Programmes Raffle and Closing Comments
17.15    Finish