Saturday 1st June 2013
Want to brush up your classical skills?
A 1 day CPD course being held at The Institute of Classical Osteopathy, 28-30 South St, Dorking, Surrey RH4 2HQ
With Chris Batten
Registration: 9.00am for 9.30am
Lectures end at 5pm
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This day is open to ICO members, those eligible for membership (please contact us if you are unsure about your eligibility firstname.lastname@example.org) and those who have attended the ICO Foundation course.
If you answer yes to any of the following questions then this day is the perfect opportunity for you:
- Do want to improve your Body Adjustment and get the most out of your long lever?
- Do you want your treatment to be more physiological?
- Want to understand more about the mechanics?
- Want to find out about the Diploma / Applied Course?
- Never finished the Foundation Course, but want more?
Christopher Batten graduated in 1989 from the Maidstone College of Osteopathy under the tutorage of the late John Wernham. He taught pathology, osteopathic principles and the applied mechanics of the spine and pelvis at the Maidstone College of Osteopathy from 1991. From 1991-93 he taught at The John Wernham International Academy of Classical Osteopathy at St. Joris-Weert, just outside Leuven in Belgium. There he taught regularly on their undergraduate program until moving there for a full-time position between 1992 and 1993, teaching and running the busy undergraduate clinic.
In 1999 he was asked to teach at postgraduate level for the Institute of Classical Osteopathy (ICO). The year 2000 saw Chris made Co-Chairman of the ICO and wrote its Newsletter, later taking over the running of the Postgraduate course, under John Wernham. He has subsequently become the Secretary of the ICO and is the current Director of Education. In addition to his ICO duties, he now has a life of the traveling lecturer, teaching at various venues through Europe, Canada, Japan and Russia
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Sunday 2nd June 2013
Are you intrigued by Classical Osteopathy and want to learn more?
1 day CPD course being held at The Institute of Classical Osteopathy, 28-30 South St, Dorking, Surrey RH4 2HQ
With Mark Robson BSc (Hons) Ost Med (2003)
and Alice Williams BSc (Hons) Ost Med. (2010)
Lecturers at the Institute of Classical Osteopathy & SIOM
Times: 10am - 4pm
Cost: £50; Students £25
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Discover the true foundations of Osteopathy as a system of healthcare including:
- Applied mechanics of Littlejohn
- Osteopathic Principles and Philosophy
- Body Adjustment (not G.O.T.)
- The osteopathic treatment of disease
Mark Robson is the coordinator of training and treatment at the London Clinic of Classical Osteopathy Graduating from the Surrey Institute of Osteopathic Medicine (SIOM), he served a further two and a half years as a junior osteopath under John Wernham at the John Wernham College of Classical Osteopathy in Kent
Teaching Masters level students at the International College of Osteopathic Medicine in Italy, Mark regularly teaches Japanese students at the Institute of Classical Osteopathy in Dorking
Mark holds a diploma in Holistic Nutrition which he sees as a vital part of his holistic practice. He has a strong interest in the mento-emotional side of health and many patients report benefiting from his unique and friendly coaching style and his informative and empowering approach to wellness As well as having his own practice in Surrey, Mark is senior lecturer of Applied Principles and Practice at Surrey Institute of Osteopathic Medicine in Epsom and examines graduating students of the Institute of Classical Osteopathy in Dorking Mark has a keen interest in eastern philosophy, cinema and Judge Judy
Alice graduated from the Surrey Institute of Osteopathic Medicine and practices classical osteopathic medicine from a holistic perspective. She also has a degree in Physics from Imperial College London, with specialism in holography
She lectures, both at SIOM and the ICO, and overseas, on the philosophy, principles and mechanics of osteopathy and is especially interested in reinstating wholeness as the central tenant of osteopathic teaching