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Wed, Apr 28


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Virtual | Guided Anatomical Imagery

Carey Taussig, D.O. (IT) brings forward a beautiful lecture on finding reflections between anatomy and nature, and using the essence of those reflections to enhance healing work. $95*

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Virtual | Guided Anatomical Imagery
Virtual | Guided Anatomical Imagery

Time & Location

Apr 28, 2021, 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM EDT

via Zoom (register for link)

About the event

(Formerly titled "Poetry & Anatomy") The essence of reflections in humanity and nature can filter a vibration into sessions that help the practitioner expand with the patient in the energetic field. This class will provide a 2 hour lecture on sourcing nature during distance sessions to capture the relatable “essence” of health in the body mirrored by the body of the earth. Developing this perspective helps practitioners provide a centered fulcrum (center point of balance) to which the clients can refer in order to increase their healing potential. This also helps practitioners who work from a distance cultivate even higher empathic and intuitive skills. 

This course helps participants recognize strains in their clients by experiencing the journeying process while staying very grounded in the anatomy. It creates a deeper level of understanding of how practitioners may dialogue with the structural body by working through the energetic and fluidic bodies, referencing the power of mother earth. More details below...

Wednesday   |   10:00AM - 12:30PM  |   ONLINE (via Zoom)


There will be a mild focus on the lymphatic system and Covid-19 protocol through distance healing. For example, the thymus is an organ directely connected to the maturation of the white blood cells (Lymphocytes), which are marker cells directly responsible for marking antigens (foreign proteins) with antibodies. The functionality of the thymus and the movement of respiratory inspiration may be enhanced solely through intention - but what if the practitioner were able to connect to the spiraling motion of the hawk as a way to enhance the essence of healing in that organ? 

Some philosophies in this course are grounded in traditional Osteopathic philosophies from the early 20th century. A few distance techniques will be demonstrated as well as a short clinical presentation where a person will receive a mini-session. Students will benefit from the clinical experience of this instructor's many years working with long distance ‘field’ work.

*Early bird price ends 3/26/2021. $95 after.


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