When: Tuesday, June 25 2019
What Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm AEST
Where: Online - join via your computer!
Your Host: Conny Pulvermacher
ATMS Accredited member - $49.50
Non ATMS Practitioner - $59.50
ATMS Student member - $35
Non ATMS Student - $49.50
The Psoas system resides at the deep structural core of the human body, and is innervated by a complexity of somatic as well as autonomic nervous system signals. Effective treatment of the Psoas realm and thus lower back restriction and discomfort necessitates a holistic approach which acknowledges and engages with the dynamic interphase between the nervous system, muscles and fascia.
This webinar explores the potential of an integrative approach to bodywork to effectively treat one of the most influential and enigmatic muscular structures in the human body.
Conny Pulvermacher has been a clinical practitioner, yoga teacher and holistic health educator for nearly twenty years. She holds qualifications and has undergone training in bodywork, nutrition and yoga, specialising in craniosacral therapy (biodynamic and structural). Conny has developed an integrative approach to therapeutic practice combining the non-invasive approach of craniosacral therapy with myofascial release, positional release, acupressure, kinesiology and remedial massage to facilitate the integration of experience at multiple levels. She structures nutritional advice and movement therapy as additional tools to empower clients with self-help ability within the rhythm of everyday life.
Conny has taught a range of integrative workshops focusing on holistic health, seeking balance through a better understanding of the interface of human anatomy and physiology with thoughts and emotions and the support that good nutrition, supportive movement and meditation can offer to that interface. Conny’s most recent workshop focused on the psoas muscle system, and techniques for best achieving psoas balance and health. Conny is currently the organiser of and a teaching assistant in a three-year diploma training in Craniosacral therapy held in Sydney.
Conny is a committed meditation practitioner. In her therapeutic practice and her lifestyle she holds a deep core belief: mind and body are inextricably interwoven with each other. When this unity is supported holistically, enabling a better balance within the autonomic nervous system, the inherent health held within every metabolism can express itself much more successfully. The commitment to that belief expresses itself in every level of Conny’s therapeutic practice and teaching work.