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Phillip Beach: Contractile Fields

Pre European Tour | Wellington, New Zealand

Friday June 10th 6pm - 8pm, Saturday 11th 9am - 5pm and Sunday 12th 9am - 4pm.

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Gain the latest insights from a globally respected thought leader in the field of movement before he heads off on a 2 month teaching & speaking tour of Europe.

Join a small group with Phillip Beach for two days of practical exploration into understanding The Contractile Field Model, Archetypal Postures and their profound interrelationships. Learn how contractile tissue courses around the body via fields during early embryonic development. Learn about postures and exercises that come from our history as a species and our own childhood development. These postures ‘tune’ our musculoskeletal system. This course is both intellectually enjoyable and of profound practical application. It is applicable to all professions that deal with the ease and dis-ease of human movement. 

There are only 15 places OPEN to Physiotherapists, DoctorsExercise PhysiologistsOsteopathsChiropractors, Personal Trainers, Yoga & Pilates instructors. First 5 bookings get a reduced rate of $450.

When: Starting the evening of June 10th 6pm - 8pm, Saturday 11th June 9am - 5pm and Sunday 12th of June 9am - 4pm
Where: The Third Eye Temple of Taste, 30 Arthur St, Wellington, New Zealand.

How much: $599 (GST incl.) First 5 bookings get a reduced rate of $450 (spend that $149 on your loved ones instead!)

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More about Contractile Fields HERE, Archetypal Postures HERE and Phillips Book HERE.

Reflections on Phillips book "Muscles and Meridians; The Manipuation of Shape" by two experts in the field. 

‘The biomechanical and postural concepts emerging from Phillip Beach’s study of contractility and vertebrate movement patterns are revolutionary and clinically relevant to all manual therapists and acupuncturists. They change the way we need to view the body and its behaviour’.
Leon Chaitow, Honorary fellow of the University of Westminster, United Kingdom.

‘Reflecting his extensive education, profound explorations, and years of practical experience, Phillip Beach’s ideas braid movement, embryology, and acupuncture into a unique and useful systemic perspective’.
Thomas W. Myers author of Anatomy Trains: Myofascial Meridians for Manual and Movement Therapists (Elsevier 2001)

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