Anatomy for Aquatic Bodyworkers CourseQuiet Healing Center
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As a practitioner of Watsu, working with the body of someone in many diverse methods, a fundamental training of anatomy is needed. And in order to be a registered Watsu practitioner one is required to have done minimum five hundred hrs of anatomy
this class gives a theoretical & experiential outline of a method of conventional anatomy for Watsu.
The course put its emphasis on the planes & axes of movements, the technicalities of physiology, articulations, metabolism, & on the muscles and their lengthening. The practical and theory part is done on land and in water. With the help of massages and special exercises we do learn the functionality of different body structures and the possible application in Watsu.
One third of this course has pure theory part, and the rest one third is based on practicing on land practice, and one third to practical applications that is in water.
Requirements of this course:
In order to take part in this course, you are required to have completed minimum a Watsu 2 course and have attended minimum hundred hours of water bodywork training.
This course has got its recognition by WABA (Worldwide Aquatic Bodywork Association) and gives fifty hours of credit.